Arnold Schoenberg, Richard Wagner, English Chamber Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy - Verklärte Nacht , Siegfried Idyll mp3 album
By Richard Wagner - Vladimir Ashkenazy & English Chamber Orchestra. 2. Verklärte Nacht, O. By Arnold Schoenberg. Released: Dec 1, 1983. 1983 Decca Music Group Limited. More By English Chamber Orchestra.
Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night), Op. 4, is a string sextet in one movement composed by Arnold Schoenberg in 1899. Composed in just three weeks, it is considered his earliest important work. It was inspired by Richard Dehmel's poem of the same name, combined with the influence of Schoenberg's strong feelings upon meeting Mathilde von Zemlinsky (the sister of his teacher Alexander von Zemlinsky), whom he would later marry
Siegfried Idyll, for small orchestra in E major, WWV 103. Richard Wagner. Vladimir Ashkenazy, English Chamber Orchestra. Verklärte Nacht, for string orchestra (arr. from String Sextet, O. ).
CD 1. (Wilhelm) Richard Wagner Composer. Siegfried Idyll, for small orchestra in E, WWV 103 Work. English Chamber Orchestra Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy Conductor. 1. Siegfried Idyll, for small orchestra in E, WWV 103. 18:06. Arnold Schoenberg Composer. Verklärte Nacht, for string sextet, O. Work.
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Wagner: Siegfried Idyll. English Chamber Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy. Catalogue No: 4101112. English Chamber Orchestra. Recorded: 1982-11-08. Recording Venue: Kingsway Hall, London. Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4. 28:49. Recorded: 1981-12-17.
By Vladimir Ashkenazy, English Chamber Orchestra. Siegfried Idyll - Richard Wagner, 18:060:30. - Arnold Schoenberg, 28:490:30. More by Vladimir Ashkenazy. Recital of Vladimir Ashkenazy. Moscow, June 09, 1963 (Live). Paderewski: Piano Concerto, Danses polonaises. More Vladimir Ashkenazy. Listen to Wagner: Siegfried Idyll, Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht now. Listen to Wagner: Siegfried Idyll, Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht in full in the this site app.
In preparing for this post, I realized that Vladimir Ashkenazy turned 80 this past Summer. This Russian born and trained pianist came into prominence in the mid- to late 1950’s, following in the tradition of the great Soviet-era musicians such as Gilels, Richter, Oistrakh and Rostropovich. Ashkenazy has recorded a wide range of piano repertoire, solo, chamber and concerti. His discography is varied and in many cases authoritative – Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart and the late-Romantic Russians (notably Rachmaninov and Prokofiev). Richard WAGNER (1813-1883) Siegfried Idyll, for small orchestra in E Major, WWV 103.