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The present collection commemorates the long-standing cooperation between Gary Bertini, born in today's Republic of Moldova, and the SWR Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart, beginning in 1978 with Hector Berlioz' 'Symphonie fantastique'. Their last recording featured on this box was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G minor, performed in 1996 in Tokyo. Bertini conducted several Israeli orchestras for many years. Even though he had never wanted to set foot in Germany, he was convinced to travel to Hamburg by the offer to conduct the 1971 premiere of the opera Ashmedai by Josef Tal. He later became chief conductor of the WDR Symphony Orchestra in Cologne, then director and highest-ranking conductor at the Frankfurt opera and in 1998 went on to serve as artistic director of the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.
The present collection commemorates the long-standing cooperation between Gary Bertini, born in today's Republic of Moldova, and the SWR Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart, beginning in 1978 with Hector Berlioz' 'Symphonie fantastique'. Their last recording featured on this box was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G minor, performed in 1996 in Tokyo. Bertini conducted several Israeli orchestras for many years. Even though he had never wanted to set foot in Germany, he was convinced to travel to Hamburg by the offer to conduct the 1971 premiere of the opera Ashmedai by Josef Tal. He later became chief conductor of the WDR Symphony Orchestra in Cologne, then director and highest-ranking conductor at the Frankfurt opera and in 1998 went on to serve as artistic director of the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.
747313913985
Beethoven, L.V. / Berlioz / Brahms - Gary Bertini - the SWR Recordings

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Format: CD
Label: Swrmusic
Rel. Date: 01/12/2024
UPC: 747313913985

Gary Bertini - the SWR Recordings
Artist: Beethoven, L.V. / Berlioz / Brahms
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. I Molto Allegro [06:59]
2. II. Andante [10:27]
3. III. Menuetto: Allegretto [03:38]
4. IV. Allegro Assai [06:15]
5. I. Largo Maestoso - Vivace [06:48]
6. II. Andante [06:38]
7. III. Menuetto [03:52]
8. IV. Presto [04:26]
9. I. Allegro [06:42]
10. II. Andante Cantabile [05:39]
11. III. Menuetto - Trio [04:37]
12. IV. Finale: Vivace [03:25]
13. I. Poco Sostenuto - Vivace [13:45]
14. II. Allegretto [08:01]
15. III. Presto, Assai Meno Presto [09:28]
16. IV. Allegro Con Brio [09:10]
17. I. Allegro Moderato [13:36]
18. II. Andante Con Moto [09:37]
19. I. Un Poco Sostenuto - Allegro [12:55]
20. II. Andante Sostenuto [08:42]
21. III. Un Poco Allegretto E Grazioso [04:30]
22. IV. Adagio - Più Andante - Allegro Non Troppo, Ma Con Brio [16:30]
23. I. Allegro Con Brio - Un Poco Sostenuto [10:09]
24. II. Andante [08:43]
25. III. Poco Allegretto [06:28]
26. IV. Allegro - Un Poco Sostenuto [08:40
27. Rêveries: Largo - Passions: Allegro Agitato E Appassionato Assai [13:50]
28. II. Un Bal (Valse): Allegro Non Troppo [06:07]
29. III. Scène Aux Champs: Adagio [17:01]
30. IV. Marche Au Supplice: Allegretto Non Troppo [04:25]
31. V. Songe D'une Nuit Du Sabbat: Larghetto - Allegro [09:47]
32. Benvenuto Cellini, Op. 23: Overture [10:41] Disc:
33. La Damoiselle Élue [19:19]
34. Der Fliegende Holländer (T He Flying Dutchman): Overture [10:44]
35. Tristan Und Isolde, Act I: Prelude [10:27]
36. Tristan Und Isolde, Act III: Mild Und Leise Wie Er Lächelt, "Isoldes Liebestod" (Version for Orch... [06:19]

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The present collection commemorates the long-standing cooperation between Gary Bertini, born in today's Republic of Moldova, and the SWR Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart, beginning in 1978 with Hector Berlioz' 'Symphonie fantastique'. Their last recording featured on this box was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G minor, performed in 1996 in Tokyo. Bertini conducted several Israeli orchestras for many years. Even though he had never wanted to set foot in Germany, he was convinced to travel to Hamburg by the offer to conduct the 1971 premiere of the opera Ashmedai by Josef Tal. He later became chief conductor of the WDR Symphony Orchestra in Cologne, then director and highest-ranking conductor at the Frankfurt opera and in 1998 went on to serve as artistic director of the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.
        
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