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Bruno Maderna - Schönberg • Webern • Berg L'album des
Interprète: Bruno Maderna
Titre: Schönberg • Webern • Berg
Label: Fonit Cetra
Pays: Italy
Publié sur: 1984
Style: Modern
Cat: LAR 36
Classement: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 2781 mb | taille MP3: 1896 mb | taille WMA: 1664 mb
Genre: Classique
Tracklist

11. Vorgefuhle (Presentimenti)2:05
25. Das Obligate Rezitativ (Recitativo Obbligato)3:28
35. Adagio10:20
42. Bewegt1:29
51. Rondo10:49
63. Finale Dell'Opera9:02
7Un Sopravvissuto Di Varsavia
Chorus [Men - Uncredited] – Unknown ArtistChorus Master – Ruggero MaghiniComposed By – Arnold SchönbergVoice Actor – Anton Gronen Kubitzki
8:03
8Sei Pezzi Per Orchestra Op. 6
Composed By – Anton Webern
9Pezzi Sinfonici Da "Lulu"
Composed By – Alban BergSoprano Vocals – Catherine Gayer
10Cinque Pezzi Per Orchestra Op. 16
Composed By – Arnold Schönberg
115. Sehr Langsam3:00
123. Mässig1:10
131. Langsam1:08
14Tre Frammenti Da "Wozzeck"
Composed By – Alban BergContralto Vocals – Sophia Van SanteFlute – Severino Gazzelloni
154. Variationen4:19
163. Lied Der Lulu6:10
172. Vergangenes (Cose Passate)4:52
184. Sehr Mässig4:15
191. Marcia Militare E Berceuse8:45
202. Tema Con Variazioni6:10
214. Peripetie (Peripezie)2:18
222. Ostinato5:22
236. Langsam2:11
243. Farben (Colori)4:07

Crédits

  • ConductorBruno Maderna
  • Graphics [Realizzazione Grafica]Jolanda Lanero
  • Liner NotesPaolo Petazzi
  • Liner Notes [Translation Of Text]Fedele D'Amico
  • OrchestraOrchestra Sinfonica Di Torino Della Radiotelevisione Italiana
  • Photography ByIlvio Gallo

Notes

Recorded Live:
20 October 1961 (tracks A1 to C3)
23 February 1962 (tracks D1 to D3)

The timings of the "Lulu" Suite are as listed on the issue but are incorrect. The correction is below:
Track B7 Rondo is actually 16' 11"
Track C1 contains "Ostinato" & "Lied der Lulu" together and is 6' 10"

Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (etched side A): M 15676
  • Matrix / Runout (etched side B): M 15677/1
  • Matrix / Runout (etched side C): M 15678
  • Matrix / Runout (etched side D): M 15679
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Entreprises

  • Recorded At – Auditorium RAI, Turin

Album

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