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Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra - Reicha: Sinfonia concertante; Symphony; Overture flac
Title:
Reicha: Sinfonia concertante; Symphony; Overture
Performer:
Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra
Style:
Orchestral,Symphony
Duration:
01:03:16
Released:
1995
FLAC album size:
1248 mb
MP3 album size:
1686 mb
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Genre:
Rating:
4.5

Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra. Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra. 4. Overture in D major (5/8). Symphony in E flat major, Op. 41. 5. 1 Largo, 2 Allegro spiritoso. 6. Andante un poco adagio.

Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra. Profile: Do not use. Please use Sinfonieorchester Wuppertal instead. Variations: Viewing All Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra. Symphony Orchestra Wuppertal. Anton Reicha, Ida Bieler, Jean-Claude Gérard, Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra, Peter Gülke. Anton Reicha, Ida Bieler, Jean-Claude Gérard, Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra, Peter Gülke - Sinfonia Concertante For Flute, Violin And Orchestra G Major - Symphony E Flat Major - Overture D Major ‎(CD, Album). Musikproduktion Dabringhaus Und Grimm.

Symphony Orchestra Wuppertal. Last played Wednesday, March 20 2019 at 08:08 AM. Anton Reicha. Peter Gulke, conductor. Album: Reicha Orchestral Works. Listener-supported WNYC is the home for independent journalism and courageous conversation on air and online.

The Sinfonia Concertante is written in E♭ major but the solo viola part was originally written a semi-tone lower in D, to be played scordatura ; the soloist was to tune the viola a semitone higher to make the instrument sound brighter. Concertos and concertante works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Flute Concerto in G major, . 13/285c ("No. Flute Concerto in D major, . 14/285d ("No.

Sinfonia concertante is an orchestral work, normally in several movements, in which there are parts of solo instruments, generally two or more, contrasting of a group of soloists with the full orchestra. It emerged as a musical form during the Classical period of Western music from the Baroque concerto grosso

Alternative Titles: sinfonia concertante, symphony concertante. Symphonie concertante, Italian sinfonia concertante, in music of the Classical period (c. 1750–c. 1820), symphony employing two or more solo instruments. Though it is akin to the concerto grosso of the preceding Baroque era in its contrasting of a group of soloists with the full orchestra, it rather resembles the Classical solo concerto in musical form and is the ancestor of the double and triple concerti of the 19th century. Examples include the Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat Major for Violin, Viola, and Orchestra, K 364, by Mozart and one for oboe, violin, bassoon, cello, and orchestra by Joseph Haydn. The term occasionally refers to a symphony utilizing the principles of contrast and melodic interplay between instrumental groups that characterizes the concerto grosso. Learn More in these related Britannica articles: concerto grosso.

Антонин Дворжак, Berlín Symphony Orchestra, Berliner Symphoniker Orchestra - Symphony No. 9 in E Minor (New World Symphony), Op. 95, B. 178: IV. Allegro con fuoco 11:09. Антонин Дворжак, Berliner Symphoniker, Alun Francis, Berliner Symphoniker Orchestra - Othello Overture in F sharp Minor, Op. 93, B. 174 15:49.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Sinfonia concertante, for flute, violiin & orchestra in G major
1 Allegro Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra 13:43
2 Andante Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra 5:15
3 Rondo. Allegro Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra 8:57
4 Overture in D major (5/8) Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra 10:27
Symphony in E flat major, Op. 41
5 1 Largo / 2 Allegro spiritoso Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra 8:26
6 Andante un poco adagio Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra 6:09
7 1 Menuetto. Allegro / 2 Trio Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra 4:20
8 Un poco vivo Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra 5:59

Credits

Laurentius Bonitz - Project Coordinator
Irmlind Capelle - Liner Notes
Werner Dabringhaus - Producer, Recording Supervision
Sylvie Gomez - Liner Note Translation
Reimund Grimm - Producer, Recording Supervision
Peter Gulke - Conductor
Marion Kistler - Photography
Klaus Lefebvre - Photography
Susan Marie Praeder - Liner Note Translation
Jean-Antoine Watteau - Cover Art
Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra, Primary Artist