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Title: Symphonic Works Vol. 4
Otros títulos: Lustige Ouvertüre op. 53
Symphony No. 3 op. 49
Intérprete/ Colaborador: Felix Weingartner; Marko Letonja; Sinfonieorchester Basel
Código CDU: Wein.03
Forma Musical: Symphonic poems ; Symphonies.
Abstract: Felix Weingartner, who did much to shape the modern art of conducting, studied piano and composition in Graz, Austria with the composer W.A. Remy. On the recommendation of Hanslick, he received a stipend from the state, and in 1881 he went on to study philosophy at Leipzig University, later attending the Leipzig Conservatory where he made the acquaintance of Liszt. Liszt persuaded him to become a conductor and helped to produce Weingartner's first opera, Sakuntala, at Weimar in 1884. In the same year he began his conducting career in Königsberg. Thereafter, Weingartner was constantly on the move: Danzig (1885-1887); as Hans von Bülow's assistant in Hamburg (1887-1889); Mannheim (1889-91); Berlin's Kaim Royal Opera Orchestra (1891-1898); the Vienna Opera, where he succeeded Mahler (1898-1903); Hamburg again (1912-14); Darmstadt (1914-1919); Vienna Volksoper and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (1919-1927). Over the same period, he toured Europe, making his first visits to London in ...


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Lustige Ouvertüre op. 53-Completo.wav 10:15 103.4Mb WAV audio Wav
2. Symphony No. ... major-Allegro con brio.mp3 16:44 11.46Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
3. Symphony No. ... legro un poco moderato.mp3 11:22 7.792Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
4. Symphony No. ... -Adagio, ma non troppo.mp3 18:59 13.01Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
5. Symphony No. ... major-Allegro moderato.mp3 18:17 12.53Mb MPEG Audio Mp3
Symphony No. 3 op. 49 in E major-Completo.wav 1:05:13 658.3Mb WAV audio Wav

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