Wolfgang Fortner / Hans Werner Henze - Grosser Kunstpreis Des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen 1955/1956 mp3 album
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Großer Kunstpreis Des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen 1953. A1. –Frank Martin (3). Petite Symphonie Concertante. Conductor – Ferenc FricsayOrchestra – RIAS Symphonie-Orchester Berlin. Großer Kunstpreis Des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen 1954. Conductor – Gustav KönigOrchestra – RIAS-Kammerchor. Großer Kunstpreis Des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen 1955. B1. –Wolfgang Fortner. The Creation (Die Schöpfung). Baritone Vocals – Dietrich ctor – Hans chestra – Sinfonie Orchester Des Norddeutschen Rundfunks
Hans Werner Henze (1 July 1926 – 27 October 2012) was a German composer. His large oeuvre of works is extremely varied in style, having been influenced by serialism, atonality, Stravinsky, Italian music, Arabic music and jazz, as well as traditional schools of German composition. In particular, his stage works reflect "his consistent cultivation of music for the theatre throughout his life".
Wolfgang Fortner (12 October 1907 – 5 September 1987) was a German composer, composition teacher and conductor. Together with eleven other composer-friends (Conrad Beck, Luciano Berio, Pierre Boulez, Benjamin Britten, Henri Dutilleux, Alberto Ginastera, Cristóbal Halffter, Hans Werner Henze, Heinz Holliger, Klaus Huber, and Witold Lutosławski), he was asked by Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich, on the occasion of the 70th birthday of the Swiss composer and art patron Paul Sacher, to write a composition for cello.
The Berliner Kunstpreis (Berlin Art Prize), officially Großer Berliner Kunstpreis, is a prize for the arts by the City of Berlin. It was first awarded in 1948 in several fields of art. Since 1971, it has been awarded by the Academy of Arts (Akademie der Künste) on behalf of the Senate of Berlin. The Arts Award for "Film and Media Arts" award since 1984 and from 1956 to 1983, there were instead the Arts Award for lm. The prize, awarded every six years by the literature section was named in 2010 the Fontane Prize. 1958: Fritz Winter, Wassili Luckhardt, Hans Werner Henze, Martin Held, Robert Siodmak. 1957: Erich Heckel, Ludwig Hilberseimer, Heinz Tiessen, Joana Maria Gorvin, Heinz Rühmann. 1956: Heinz Trökes, Hugo Häring, Philipp Jarnach, Ernst Schröder, Helmut Käutner.
Great Art Prize from North Rhein Westfahlen (Grosse Kunstpreis des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen): Wolfgang Fortner The Creation, (Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, North German RSO, conductor Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt). H. W. Henze 5 Neapolitanische Lieder, (Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Richard Kraus). K. A. Hartmann 6 Symphonies for a large Orchestra, (RIAS Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ferenc Fricsay). P. Hindemith Symphony Mathis der Maler, (Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor P. Hindemith).
The Berliner Kunstpreis Berlin Art Prize, officially Großer Berliner Kunstpreis, is a prize for the arts by the City of Berlin It was first awarded in 1948. Pepping and Wolfgang Fortner The then-Senator of Education awarded the prize without consulting a jury. In 1949 a constitution was drafted The prize per section DM 3,00000 should be awarded annually for achievements in literature, music, painting, graphic and performing arts As a result, changes were made regarding the divisions, the division between several winners and the award criteria From the mid-1950s, the ceremony was always accompanied by criticism. 1964: Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Werner Düttmann, Hans Chemin-Petit, Rolf Henniger, Wolfgang Neuss. 1963: Max Kaus, Sergius Ruegenberg, Paul Hindemith, Fritz Kortner, Jürgen Neven-du Mont.
music dramas composed specifically for broadcasts, without stage actions or visuals of any kind) appealed to Hans Werner Henze as a challenge to his imagination, and proved to be a practical format for his complex, nightmarish musical settings of Franz Kafka's surrealistic story "Ein Landarzt" (A Country Doctor, 1951) and Wolfgang Hildesheimer's bizarre libretto Das Ende einer. No. 1. Ich war in großer Verlegenheit.
|The Creation (Die Schöpfung)|
|A||The Creation (Die Schöpfung)|
|Fünf Neapolitanische Lieder|
|B1||Aggio Saputo Calamorte Vene|
|B2||A L'acqua De Liffuntanelle|
|B3||Amaie 'Na Nenne Pe'tri Dece Mise|
|B4||Amaie Nu Ninno Cu'sudore E Stiene|
|B5||Arbero Piccerillo, Te Chiantaine|
- Baritone Vocals – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
- Composed By – Hans Werner Henze (tracks: B), Wolfgang Fortner (tracks: A)
- Conductor – Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt (tracks: A), Richard Kraus (tracks: B)
- Orchestra – Sinfonie Orchester des Norddeutscher Rundfunk (tracks: A)
- Orchestrated By – Mitglieder Der Berliner Philharmoniker* (tracks: A)
- Written-By – James Weldon Johnson (tracks: A)
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|S 71 135||Wolfgang Fortner / Hans Werner Henze||Wolfgang Fortner / Hans Werner Henze - The Creation (Die Schöpfung) / Fünf Neapolitanische Lieder (LP, Club)||Deutsche Grammophon||S 71 135||Germany||1961|