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Willem Mengelberg, Concertgebouw Orchestra, Richard Strauss ‎– Ein Heldenleben. Label: TELDEC ‎– 243 729-2. Format: CD, Reissue, Mono. Ein Heldenleben, Op. 40 – Sinfonische Dichtung Für Solovioline Und Orchester. 2. Des Helden Widersacher.

Ein Heldenleben (A Hero's Life), Op. 40 is a tone poem by Richard Strauss. The work was completed in 1898. It was his eighth work in the genre, and exceeded any of its predecessors in its orchestral demands. Generally agreed to be autobiographical in nature, despite contradictory statements on the matter by the composer, the work contains more than thirty quotations from Strauss's earlier works, including Also sprach Zarathustra, Till Eulenspiegel, Don Quixote, and Death and Transfiguration.

Artist: Willem Mengelberg, Concertgebouw Orkest, Concertgebouworkest. Album: Mengelberg and Concertgebouw Orchestra. Concertgebouw Orchestra, Concertgebouworkest, Willem Mengelberg, Людвиг ван Бетховен - Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93 - II. Allegretto scherzando 04:14. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67 - III. Allegro 05:12. Concertgebouw Orkest, Concertgebouworkest, Willem Mengelberg: best 2 tracks.

Joseph Willem Mengelberg (28 March 1871 – 21 March 1951) was a Dutch conductor, famous for his performances of Mahler and Strauss with the Concertgebouw Orchestra. Mengelberg was the fourth of fifteen children of German-born parents in Utrecht, Netherlands. His father was the well-known Dutch-German sculptor Friedrich Wilhelm Mengelberg

Album · 1999 · 11 Songs. 40: I. Der Held. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra & Willem Mengelberg. 3. 40: II. 4. 40: III. Des Helden Gefährtin. 5. 40: IV. Thema Der Siegesgewissheit. 6. 40: V. Des Helden Walstatt.

The Concertgebouw Recordings. It seems as though Mengelberg had become more thoughtful and reflective in this latter performance, eschewing virtuosity in favor of lyricism and poetry. The final section is especially moving in the 1941 performance, and the playing of the Concertgebouw is more subtle and refined than that of the Philharmonic. Personally, I wouldn't want to be without either of the Mengelberg recordings. Tod und Verklaerung" is a completely different story. I first heard this performance over FM back in 1961, from terribly worn 78's.


1 Ein Heldenleben (A Hero's Life), Tone Poem For Orchestra, Op. 40 (Trv 190)

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