Nielsen - New York Philharmonic, Bernstein - Symphony No. 4 ("Inextinguishable") mp3 album
|Title:||Symphony No. 4 ("Inextinguishable")|
|Date of release:||1971|
|MP3 album size:||1641 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1314 mb|
|Digital formats:||ASF MOD MPC AUD MP4 DTS TTA|
Nielsen Symphony No. 4 op. 29 "The Inextinguishable" Leonard Bernstein NY philharmonic orchestra Sony 1970.
Symphony No. 4, Op. 29, FS 76, also known as "The Inextinguishable" (Danish: Det Uudslukkelige), was completed by Danish composer Carl Nielsen in 1916. Composed against the backdrop of the First World War, this symphony is among the most dramatic that Nielsen wrote, featuring a "battle" between two sets of timpani.
Nielsen - New York Philharmonic, Bernstein - Symphony No. 4 ("Inextinguishable") (LP, Album). Columbia Masterworks. 72890, S 72890, M 30293. Nielsen - New York Philharmonic, Bernstein.
This album was released on the label Sony Classical (catalog number 88697683652-41). This album was released in 2010-10-11 year. The album included the following session artists: Composed By. Carl Nielsen. 4. IV Allegro Sanguineo. Symphony No. 4 "The Inextinguishable" · Das Unauslöschliche · L'Inextinguible . ? Get here.
The Symphony No. 1 and the Symphony No. 4, "The Inextinguishable," were separated by a little more than two decades, but the distance between them seems much greater because they straddle the Belle époque and World War I. Both symphonies show Nielsen's characteristic folk-like themes, strong propulsion, and rugged counterpoint, but the Symphony No. 1 was influenced by Brahms and shows
Nielsen Symphony N. - The Four Temperments, Symphony No. 4 -Inextinguishable. Leonard Bernstein was a magnificent conductor of the works of Carl Nielsen (1865-1931), back when his works were little performed. You could say he was a voice crying in the wilderness, letting us know that HERE was a symphonist who was as about original as you could get. And the two symphonies on this cd are LIVING, PALPABLE evidence of how that cry was eventually heard. Bernstein makes magic happen here that is almost unthinkable. The way he gets the New York Philharmonic to soar with that noble theme in the first movement, while the snare drums just wail away and batter at the theme, is absolutely hair raising! It makes you glad to be alive. And also, the 2 fugal sections in the 2nd movement are pulled of in a way that can only be described as perfect. 4, opus 29, The Inextinguishable. Born in Nørre Lyndelse, Funen, Denmark, June 9, 1865: died in Copenhagen, October 3, 1931. Scandinavia’s two greatest symphonists - Finland’s Jean Sibelius and Denmark’s Carl Nielsen - were born just six months apart in 1865. From his early years in the countryside, the composer retained a passionate attachment to the natural world, which we can sense in his explanation of the title: The title The Inextinguishabl. s meant to express the appearance of the most elementary forces among human beings, animals, and even plants. We can say: in case all the world was to be devastated by fire, flood, volcanoes, et. and all things were destroyed and dead, then nature would still begin to breed new life again.
Carl Nielsen (1865–1931). Symphony N. & (1914-16) op. 29. Sheet Music. 1. Allegro 2. Poco allegretto 3. Poco adagio quasi andante 4. Allegro. New York Philharmonic Leonard Bernstein (conductor).
Carl Nielsen Composer. ('The Inextinguishable'), FS76, O. 9 Work. Douglas Bostock Conductor, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra. BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. Nielsen: A Fantasy Journey To the Faroes; Symphony N. ; Pan and Syrinx; Sibelius: The Dryad; En Saga. Scottish National Orchestra. William Sterndale Bennett: Symphony in G minor, O. 3; Cipriani Potter: Symphony N. in F major. Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra.
Symphony no. 2, op. 16 "The Four Temperaments": I. Allegro collerico. 29 "The Inextinguishable": IV.
|Nielsen: Symphony No. 4 ("Inextinguishable") Op. 29 (Beginning)||18:35|
|Nielson: Symphony No. 4 (Conclusion)||21:30|
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|72890, S 72890, M 30293||Nielsen* - New York Philharmonic*, Bernstein*||Nielsen* - New York Philharmonic*, Bernstein* - Symphony No. 4 ("Inextinguishable") (LP, Album)||CBS, CBS, CBS||72890, S 72890, M 30293||UK||1971|