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Josef Matthias Hauer, Thomas Christian, Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, Gottfried Rabl - Symphonic Works flac album

Josef Matthias Hauer, Thomas Christian, Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, Gottfried Rabl - Symphonic Works flac album

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Performer: Josef Matthias Hauer
Title: Symphonic Works
Released: 2007
Style: Modern
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.6 ✦
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Orchestra – ster Wien. Painting – Egon Schiele. Producer – Erich Hofmann (tracks: 2), Florian Rosensteiner (tracks: 1, 3 to 12). Violin – Thomas Christian (tracks: 8 to 10). Notes. Recording: Grosser Sendesaal, Funkhaus ORF, 2004/2005. 2007 cpo - Made in Germany.

Album · 2007 · 12 Songs. ster Wien & Gottfried Rabl. Suite No. 7, Op. 48. 3. I. Molto ritmico e marcato, alla marcia.

Josef Matthias Hauer. Liner Note Translation. ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra. Conductor, Primary Artist.

FEATURED ARTIST: Gottfried Rabl Josef Matthias Hauer. More from this artist.

Hauer - Symphonic Works. Thomas Christian (violin). ter Wien, Gottfried Rabl. Release Date: 30th Apr 2007. Catalogue No: 7771542. Label: CPO. Length: 72 minutes. Hauer: Suite No. 16:27.

Thomas Christian ster Wien Gottfried Rabl. Le compositeur autrichien Josef Matthias Hauer (1883-1959) naquit dans une famille où la musique n'occupait pas une place prépondérante. Gardien de prison, son père s'essayait parfois à la cithare et offrit ainsi à son fils ses premières bases musicales. Après un parcours d'enseignant, Hauer se distingua dans la composition musicale par des œuvres qui furent dirigées notamment par Otto Klemperer ou Hermann Scherchen.

The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (also known in English as the SWR Baden-Baden Freiburg Symphony Orchestra and in German as the Sinfonieorchester des Südwestrundfunks) was a German radio orchestra located in the German cities of Baden-Baden and Freiburg. The first incarnation of the orchestra occurred in 1946, initially with members of the discontinued spa orchestra of the city as the core of players.

But with the third track Rabl and the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra land on Hauer’s planet. Drama arrives with the violin concerto (the valiant soloist is Thomas Christian). Fascinating, though best heard piecemeal. You are currently logged out.

Thomas Christian - Violin. Gottfried Rabl - Conductor. Josef Matthias Hauer (March 19, 1883 – September 22, 1959) was an Austrian composer and music theorist. He is most famous for developing, independent of and a year or two before Arnold Schoenberg, a method for composing with all 12 notes of the chromatic scale. Hauer was also an important early theorist of twelve-tone music and composition. Hauer's compositional techniques are extraordinarily various and often change from one piece to the next.

Tracklist

1 Apokalyptische Phantasie Op. 5 8:55
2 Romantische Phantasie Op. 37 18:24
VII. Suite Für Orchester Op. 48 16:27
3 Molto Ritmico E Marcato, Alla Marcia 3:25
4 Lento, Molto Tranquillo 3:16
5 Allegro, Alla Marcia Veloce 2:04
6 Largo Espressivo 3:33
7 Ländler 4:09
Konzert Für Violine Und Orchester Op. 54 16:29
8 Allegro 6:45
9 Largo 5:45
10 Allegro 3:59
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11 Zwölftonspiel Für Orchester (9.08.1957) 6:30
12 Zwölftonspiel Für Orchester (22.09.1957) 6:04

Credits

  • Composed By – Josef Matthias Hauer
  • Conductor – Gottfried Rabl
  • Design – Lothar Bruweleit
  • Engineer [Sound] – Anton Reiniger
  • Executive Producer – Burkhard Schmilgun, Haide Tenner
  • Orchestra – Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien*
  • Painting [Cover] – Egon Schiele
  • Producer [Recording] – Erich Hofmann (tracks: 2), Florian Rosensteiner (tracks: 1, 3 to 12)
  • Violin – Thomas Christian (tracks: 8 to 10)

Notes

Recording: Grosser Sendesaal, Funkhaus ORF, 2004/2005

℗ 2007 cpo - Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 761203 715428
  • Barcode (String): 761203715428
  • Other (SPARS Code): DDD
  • Label Code: LC 8492
  • Rights Society: GEMA