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Carlos Kleiber - Tribute to a Unique Artist: Schubert, Brahms, Wagner (2004)

12-09-2016, 18:50
Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Title: Tribute to a Unique Artist: Schubert, Brahms, Wagner
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 01:19:39
Total Size: 351 Mb


Schubert: Symphony No. 8 In B Minor, D 759 "Unfinished"
1. Allegro Moderato 13:56
2. Andante Con Moto 10:42

Brahms: Symphony No. 4 In E Minor, Op. 98
3. I. Allegro Non Troppo 12:54
4. II. Andante Moderato 11:24
5. III. Allegro Giocoso - Poco Meno Presto - Tempo I 06:09
6. IV. Allegro Energico E Passionato - Piu Allegro 09:19

Wagner: Tristan Und Isolde, Act III, Scene 3, opera, WWV 90
7. Tod Und Holle! 07:34
8. Mild Und Leise Wie Er Lachelt 07:27

Conductor – Carlos Kleiber
Composer – Franz Schubert, Johannes Brahms, Richard Wagner
Orchestra – Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Dresden Staatskapelle
Baritone Vocals – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (track: 7), Wolfgang Hellmich (track: 7)
Bass Vocals – Kurt Moll (track: 7)
Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Brigitte Fassbaender (track: 7)
Orchestra – Staatskapelle Dresden (tracks: 7-8), Wiener Philharmoniker (tracks: 1-6)
Soprano Vocals – Margaret Price (track: 8)
Tenor Vocals – Werner Gotz (track: 7)

There have never been any recordings of Schubert's Symphony in B minor or Brahms' Symphony in E minor or Wagner's Tristan und Isolde better than these recordings by Carlos Kleiber. There have been recordings as great, recordings by Furtwangler, Walter, Klemperer, or by Carlos' father Erich Kleiber, but for absolute intensity of concentration, for complete control of form, for total intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual immersion in the music, there have never been any recordings better than these by Carlos Kleiber. And there probably never will be again: Kleiber is dead and an epoch has passed and giants no longer walk the podiums of the earth. The power of Kleiber's Schubert B minor is shattering in its tragedy and consoling in its lyricism. His Brahms' E minor is overwhelming in its drama and overpowering in its strength. And his Tristan, of which these are only the highlights from Act Three, is cosmic, intimate, passionate, and endlessly, infinitely ecstatic. Deutsche Grammophon's late stereo and early digital sound has likewise been bettered. by James Leonard

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