Nielsen : National Symphony Orchestra Of Ireland, Adrian Leaper - Symphonies No. 2 "The Four Temperaments", No. 3 "Sinfonia Espansiva" download mp3 album
Album · 1995 · 8 Songs. Symphony No. 2, Op. 16, "The Four Temperaments," IV. Allegro sanguinoso. 5. 3, Op. 27, "Sinfonia espansiva," I. Allegro espansiva. 6. 27, "Sinfonia espansiva," II. Andante pastorale. 7. 27, "Sinfonia espansiva," III. Allegretto un poco. 8. 27, "Sinfonia espansiva," IV. Finale: Allegro.
Indeed, throughout the fledgling First the soft-grained sound is not inappropriate. But the overriding impression remains of a proficient orchestra hardly capable of conveying the essential ruggedness that is the hallmark of mature Nielsen.
Symphony No. 3 "Sinfonia espansiva": I. Allegro espansivo. 2. 3 "Sinfonia espansiva": II. 3. 3 "Sinfonia espansiva": III. 4. 3 "Sinfonia espansiva": IV. 2 "The Four Temperaments": II. Allegro comodo e flammatico. 2 "The Four Temperaments": III. Andante malincolico. 2 "The Four Temperaments": IV. Allegro sanguineo. More albums from Carl Nielsen. Orchestral Music (Danish National Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Thomas Dausgaard). Quadromania: Carl Nielsen: The Complete Symphonies. Symphonies Nos. 1, 6 (Danish National Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Michael Schønwandt. Carl Nielsen (Det Jyske Ensemble). 2 De fire Temperamenter, "The Four Temperaments", Op. 16, FS 29 is the second symphony by Danish composer Carl Nielsen, written in 1901–1902 and dedicated to Ferruccio Busoni. It was first performed on 1 December 1902 for the Danish Concert Association, with Nielsen himself conducting. As indicated in the subtitle, each of its four movements is a musical sketch of a humor of the four temperaments: choleric, phlegmatic, melancholic, and sanguine.
Along with the symphonies of Austrian composer Gustav Mahler, the symphonies of Danish composer Carl Nielsen were given their first real shot at the international market in the '60s during the early days of stereo. But though Mahler's symphonies caught on in a big way, Nielsen's soon symphonies faded from the international repertoire. They were revived again in the '80s during the early days of digital, but once again failed to gain international acceptance. As this 1999 recording of the Second and Third symphonies with Michael Schønwandt leading the Danish National Symphony Orchestra shows, the Danes still consider Nielsen one of their greatest composers. The playing here is deeply dedicated and profoundly affectionate, while the conducting is inspired and inspirational.
27, FS 60 "Sinfonia espansiva": II. The Planets - Suite for large orchestra, O. 2: VI. Uranus, the Magician (Allegro). 2: VII. Neptune, the Mystic (Andante). Carl August Nielsen (9th June 1865–3rd October 1931) was a conductor, violinist, and the most internationally known composer from Denmark. He is especially admired for his six symphonies. View full artist profile.
The BBC Philharmonic continues its complete Nielsen symphony cycle as part of Afternoon on 3's Nordic and Baltic season. Today's programme features recordings of his Symphony n. 'The Four Temperaments and n. 'Sinfonia espansiva', under the baton of John Storgards. Plus Rachmaninov's swansong, the Symphonic Dances and fiery ballet music by Falla. Presented by Katie Derham. 2pm Nielsen Symphony No 2, O. 6 (Four temperaments) BBC Philharmonic John Storgards (conductor). 5pm Rachmaninov 3 Symphonic Dances, O. 5 BBC Philharmonic Yutaka Sado (conductor). 16 "The Four Temperaments": Andante Malincolico 98. 2, O. This set brings together the recordings conductor Theodore Kuchar made for Brilliant Classics: the complete symphonies by Carl Nielsen, the Symphonic Poems by Dvorák, the orchestral works by Smetana, ballet suites by Shostakovich and a recording of Latin American classics terrific sonics. Classicstoday on Shostakovich), Theodore Kuchar is an extremely exciting and talented onductor.
|Symphony No. 2 Op. 16 "The Four Temperaments"|
|2||Allegro Comodo E Flemmatico||4:33|
|Symphony No. 3 Op. 27 "Sinfonia Espnasiva"|
|7||Allegretto Un Poco||6:07|
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- Recorded At – National Concert Hall, Dublin
- Composed By – Carl Nielsen
- Conductor – Adrian Leaper
- Engineer – Simon Rhodes
- Liner Notes [French] – Frédéric Castello
- Liner Notes [German] – Cris Posslac
- Liner Notes [Music Notes] – Keith Anderson
- Orchestra – National Symphony Orchestra Of Ireland*
- Painting [Cover Painting: Fear Of Nature - After The Storm 2] – J. F. Willumsen*
- Producer – Chris Craker
NotesRecorded at the National Concert Hall, Dublin on 10th and 15th January 1994.
Total playing time: 68:19
℗ 1995 HNH International Ltd.
© 1995 HNH International Ltd.
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- Barcode: 730099 582520
- Label Code: LC 5537
- Matrix / Runout: 807.497.8.550825
- Other (SPARS Code): DDD