Audite Edition Wilhelm Furtwängler (The Complete RIAS Recordings from Berlin, 1947-1954) Berliner Philharmoniker & Wilhelm Furtwängler

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Album Veröffentlichung:
2009

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
26.07.2016

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  • Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827): Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 Pastorale:
  • 1I. Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande. Allegro ma non Troppo11:04
  • 2II. Szene am Bach. Andante molto Mosso12:58
  • 3III. Lustiges Zusammensein der Landleute. Allegro05:32
  • 4IV. Gewitter, Sturm. Allegro04:04
  • 5V. Hirtengesang, frohe und dankbare Gefühle nach dem Sturm. Allegretto08:41
  • Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67:
  • 6I. Allegro con brio08:13
  • 7II. Andante con moto10:35
  • 8III. Allegro05:47
  • 9IV. Allegro07:59
  • Felix Mendelssohn (1809 - 1847): Overture to Ein Sommernachtstraum, Op. 21:
  • 10Allegro di Molto12:58
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61:
  • 11I. Allegro ma non Troppo23:44
  • 12II. Larghetto10:26
  • 13III. Rondo09:56
  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): Orchestral Suite in D Major, BWV 1068:
  • 14I. Ouverture08:11
  • 15II. Air06:39
  • 16III. Gavotte02:51
  • 17IV. Bourrée00:54
  • 18V. Gigue02:34
  • Franz Schubert (1797-1828): Symphony No. 8 in B Minor, D. 759 Unfinished:
  • 19I. Allegro moderato11:36
  • 20II. Andante con moto12:02
  • Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 98:
  • 21I. Allegro non Troppo12:45
  • 22II. Andante Moderato12:22
  • 23III. Allegro giocoso - Poco meno Presto06:27
  • 24IV. Allegro energico e passionato - Più Allegro09:46
  • Anton Bruckner (1824-1896): Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (2nd Version 1890, Edition Robert Haas):
  • 25II. Scherzo. Allegro moderato. Trio. Langsam15:30
  • 26I. Allegro Moderato13:41
  • 27III. Adagio. Feierlich langsam, doch nicht Schleppend.24:54
  • 28IV. Finale. Feierlich, nicht Schnell21:53
  • Robert Schumann (1810-1856): Overture Manfred, Op. 115:
  • 29Rasch13:21
  • Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F Major, Op. 90:
  • 30I. Allegro con brio13:16
  • 31II. Andante09:42
  • 32III. Poco Allegretto06:23
  • 33IV. Allegro09:22
  • Wolfgang Fortner (1907-1987): Concerto for Violin and large Chamber Orchestra:
  • 34I. Allegro con Brio06:16
  • 35II. Canzone. Andantino09:44
  • 36III. Introduction e Rondo. Molto Allegro - Allegro poco scherzando - Presto06:20
  • Richard Wagner (1813-1883): Götterdämmerung, Funeral Music:
  • 37Sehr langsam - Feierlich09:35
  • Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Prelude to Act I:
  • 38Sehr mäßig Bewegt09:23
  • George Friedrich Handel (1685-1759): Concerto grosso in D Minor, Op. 6 No. 10:
  • 39I. Ouverture02:11
  • 40II. Allegro02:53
  • 41III. Air. Lentement04:44
  • 42V. Allegro04:00
  • 43VI. Allegro Moderato02:51
  • Johannes Brahms: Variations on a theme by Joseph Haydn, Op. 56a:
  • 44Thema. Chorale St. Antoni. Andante02:08
  • 45Variation I. Poco più Animato01:19
  • 46Variation II. Più Vivace01:04
  • 47Variation III. Con Moto02:06
  • 48Variation IV. Andante con Moto02:58
  • 49Variation V. Vivace00:57
  • 50Variation VI. Vivace01:25
  • 51Variation VII. Grazioso03:30
  • 52Variation VIII. Presto non Troppo01:06
  • 53Finale. Andante03:46
  • Paul Hindemith (1895-1963): Concerto for Orchestra, Op. 38:
  • 54I. Mit Kraft, mäßig schnelle Viertel03:18
  • 55II. Sehr schnelle Halbe03:28
  • 56III. Marsch für Holzbläser. Nicht zu langsame Viertel03:41
  • 57IV. Basso ostinato. Schnelle Viertel02:15
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat Major, Op. 55 Eroica:
  • 58I. Allegro con brio15:58
  • 59II. Marcia funebre. Adagio assai17:32
  • 60III. Scherzo. Allegro vivace06:15
  • 61IV. Finale. Allegro molto12:09
  • 62Applause00:30
  • Christoph Willibald von Gluck (1714-1787): Overture to Alceste:
  • 63Intrada. Un poco moderato - Andante09:34
  • George Friedrich Handel: Concerto grosso in D Major, Op. 6 No. 5:
  • 64I. Larghetto e Staccato01:42
  • 65II. Allegro03:02
  • 66III. Presto02:15
  • 67IV. Largo03:47
  • 68VI. Menuet. Un poco Larghetto03:46
  • 69V. Allegro03:19
  • 70Applause00:38
  • Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826): Overture to Der Freischütz:
  • 71Adagio - Molto Vivace13:01
  • 72Applause00:17
  • Paul Hindemith: Symphony Die Harmonie der Welt:
  • 73I. Musica Instrumentalis. Breit - Marsch. Gewichtig12:40
  • 74II. Musica Humana. Sehr Getragen09:22
  • 75III. Musica mundana. Sehr breit - Passacaglia. Ruhig Bewegt14:12
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat Major, Op. 55 Eroica:
  • 76I. Allegro con brio16:37
  • 77II. Marcia funebre. Adagio assai18:54
  • 78III. Scherzo. Allegro vivace06:36
  • 79IV. Finale. Allegro molto12:56
  • 80Applause00:27
  • Franz Schubert: Overture to Rosamunde, Op. 26, D 644:
  • 81Andante - Allegro Vivace11:44
  • 82Applause00:15
  • Boris Blacher (1903-1975): Concertante Musik for Orchestra, Op. 10:
  • 83Moderato - Molto Allegro09:38
  • Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 8 in B Minor, D. 759 Unfinished:
  • 84I. Allegro moderato11:40
  • 85II. Andante con moto11:36
  • Symphony No. 9 in C Major, D. 944 The Great:
  • 86I. Andante - Allegro ma non Troppo14:16
  • 87II. Andante con Moto17:03
  • 88III. Scherzo. Allegro vivace - Trio09:56
  • 89IV. Finale. Allegro Vivace11:13
  • Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F Major, Op. 90:
  • 90I. Allegro con brio10:48
  • 91II. Andante09:55
  • 92III. Poco Allegretto06:39
  • 93IV. Allegro09:40
  • Richard Strauss (1864-1949): Don Juan - Tone-Poem for orchestra, Op. 20 (After Nikolaus Lenau):
  • 94Allegro molto con Brio18:14
  • Richard Wagner: Tristan und Isolde:
  • 95Prelude11:00
  • 96Isoldes Liebestod06:42
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 Pastorale:
  • 97I. Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande. Allegro ma non Troppo11:45
  • 98II. Szene am Bach. Andante molto Mosso13:44
  • 99III. Lustiges Zusammensein der Landleute. Allegro05:59
  • 100IV. Gewitter, Sturm. Allegro04:09
  • 101V. Hirtengesang, frohe und dankbare Gefühle nach dem Sturm. Allegretto08:59
  • Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67:
  • 102I. Allegro con brio08:23
  • 103II. Andante con Moto11:08
  • 104III. Allegro06:11
  • 105IV. Allegro08:51
  • Colloquium in the 'Hochschule für Musik', Berlin: Werner Egk and his students interviewing W. Furtwängler:
  • 106Criteria for casting Singers05:44
  • 107Relationship between conductor and Director10:05
  • 108Length of breaks / Overture to 'Die Zauberflöte'08:09
  • 109Musical Tempo01:27
  • 110Audience / Musical Intelligence03:13
  • 111General pauses in Bruckner's works / Principle of the symphony / Future of music / Schott Composers05:39
  • 112Emotional music / Freedom in Music06:08
  • 113Universality of interpretations / Sound volume and size of concert Hall05:50
  • 114Acoustics of opera houses and concert Halls01:34
  • 115Casting of Wagnerian roles / Impact of gender / Perfefefction and Charisma09:50
  • 116Orchestra pit - Covered or open / The orchestra as an accompanying Instrument04:05
  • 117The art of Accompaniment02:09
  • Bonus Track:
  • 118Historic Recordings and Remastering22:30
  • Total Runtime15:58:24

Info zu Audite Edition Wilhelm Furtwängler (The Complete RIAS Recordings from Berlin, 1947-1954)

Die Konzerte, die Wilhelm Furtwängler zwischen 1947 und 1954 mit dem Berliner Philharmonischen Orchester gab, wurden großenteils vom RIAS Berlin aufgezeichnet. Sie alle sind in diesem Box-Set dokumentiert. Der Edition liegen erstmalig die Originalbänder aus dem RIAS-Archiv zu Grunde. Dadurch konnte auch technisch eine bisher unerreichte Qualität erzielt werden. Zudem werden einzelne Aufnahmen als Erstveröffentlichung präsentiert, so z. B. das Fortner Violinkonzert mit Gerhard Taschner. Die RIAS-Aufnahmen sind Dokumente von historischem Rang. Sie enthalten einen bedeutenden Anteil von Furtwänglers dirigentischem Spätwerk. Es zeichnet sich auf verschiedenen Ebenen durch Konzentration aus: Im Repertoire steht im Zentrum die Symphonik zwischen Beethoven, Brahms und Bruckner. Sie wird ergänzt durch Werke von Bach und Händel wie auch von damals aktuellen Komponisten wie Hindemith, Blacher und Fortner. Künstler also, die einerseits der 'gemäßigten Moderne' zugerechnet wurden, andererseits als nicht vereinnahmt durch die national­sozialistische Kulturpolitik galten. Das Prinzip der Konzentration galt auch für die Programme, die Furtwängler zusammenstellte, und aus denen sich jeweils eine bestimmte Idee herauslesen lässt. Seine Interpretationen sind ebenfalls von Konzentration bestimmt: Er verstand sie als aktuelle Aufschlüsselung, als Nachschöpfung, die den wesentlichen Gehalt eines Werkes zur Erkenntnis bringen sollte. Einige Werke, die dritte, fünfte und sechste Symphonie Ludwig van Beethovens und die dritte Symphonie von Johannes Brahms sind in jeweils zwei Interpretationen enthalten. Sie zeigen, wie Furtwängler bei einer klaren Grundauffassung unterschiedliche Aspekte eines Werkes hervorzuheben wusste, und wie er die konkrete Interpretation auch vom Kontext innerhalb eines Programms abhängig machte. Die Produktion ist Teil unserer Reihe 'Legendary Recordings' und trägt das Qualitätsmerkmal '1st Master Release'. Dieser Begriff steht für die außerordentliche Qualität der Archivproduktionen bei audite. Denn allen historischen audite-Veröffentlichungen liegen ausnahmslos die Originalbänder aus den Rundfunkarchiven zugrunde. In der Regel sind dies die ursprünglichen Analogbänder, die mit ihrer Bandgeschwindigkeit von bis zu 76 cm / Sek. auch nach heutigen Maßstäben erstaunlich hohe Qualität erreichen. Das Remastering - fachlich kompetent und sensibel angewandt - legt zudem bislang verborgene Details der Interpretationen frei. So ergibt sich ein Klangbild von überlegener Qualität. CD-Veröffentlichungen, denen private Mitschnitte von Rundfunksendungen oder alte Schellackplatten zugrunde liegen, sind damit nicht zu vergleichen.

Yehudi Menuhin, Violine
Gerhard Taschner, Violine
Berliner Philharmoniker
Wilhelm Furtwängler, Dirigent


Sir Simon Rattle
born in Liverpool in 1955, assumed the post of chief conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker and artistic director of the Berliner Philharmonie in September 2002.

After studying at the Royal Academy of Music in London he took on various engagements in England and the USA, where he was principal guest conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1980 Simon Rattle was appointed principal conductor and artistic adviser of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO). He became the orchestra’s music director in 1990 and remained with the ensemble until 1998.

In addition to the CBSO, Simon Rattle continued to conduct leading orchestras in the USA and Europe, enjoying long-term collaborations with such ensembles as the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic. In May 2002 he recorded the complete Beethoven symphonies with the Vienna Philharmonic and joined forces with Alfred Brendel to record a boxed set of the Beethoven piano concertos. Since October 1992 Simon Rattle has been principal guest conductor of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and artistic adviser to the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group.

Since his operatic debut at the 1977 Glyndebourne Festival, Simon Rattle has continued to conduct opera regularly. He has appeared at opera houses in Paris, Amsterdam and London, and in January 2005 he was invited to the Wiener Staatsoper for the first time, where he conducted Richard Wagner’s Parsifal. In April 2008 he made his debut at the Staatsoper Berlin, conducting Claude Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande in a revival of the Ruth Berghaus production. In December 2010 he made his Metropolitan Opera New York debut with Pelléas et Mélisande.

Simon Rattle has led the Berliner Philharmoniker in staged productions of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Fidelio, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Così fan tutte, Benjamin Britten’s Peter Grimes and Claude Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande, Salome by Richard Strauss and George Bizet’s Carmen as well as a concert performance of Mozart’s Idomeneo at the Salzburg Easter Festival. Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen was presented at Salzburg in a co-production with the Aix-en-Provence Festival, beginning with Das Rheingold in 2007, followed by Die Walküre in 2008 and Siegfried in 2009, with Götterdämmerung completing the cycle in 2010.

Before being appointed chief conductor of the orchestra, Simon Rattle had already collaborated with the Berliner Philharmoniker over a period of 15 years. His conducting debut with the ensemble took place on 14 November 1987 with a performance of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 6. He continued to lead the orchestra on a regular basis, conducting repertoire ranging from Jean-Philippe Rameau to world premieres.

Simon Rattle has an exclusive recording contract with EMI; together they have produced more than 70 recordings with the CBSO and other orchestras. He inspired the British television series Leaving Home (Channel 4), which brings 20th-century orchestral music to the general public. The series is also available in Germany on DVD and won an award in 1997. Rattle’s recording partnership with the Berliner Philharmoniker began with recordings of Franz Liszt’s Faust Symphony and Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 10 in Deryck Cooke’s performing version. These were followed by Arnold Schoenberg’s Gurre-Lieder and Mahler’s Fifth Symphony in 2002, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Fidelio in 2003 and Olivier Messiaen’s Éclairs sur l’au-delà in 2004. In the same year, the Berliner Philharmoniker produced its first independent recording, Igor Stravinsky’s Le Sacre du printemps, which formed the soundtrack for the film Rhythm Is It! 2005 brought releases of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, a collection of orchestral songs by Benjamin Britten with Ian Bostridge and Antonín Dvořák’s symphonic poems. Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 8 in C major, Richard Strauss’s Ein Heldenleben and Der Bürger als Edelmann, Gustav Holst’s The Planets, with Colin Matthews’s Pluto and compositions on asteroids by Kaija Saariaho, Brett Dean, Matthias Pintscher and Mark-Anthony Turnage, were released in 2006, as well as a collaboration with Krystian Zimerman as soloist in Johannes Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 1 (on Deutsche Grammophon).

The 2007 recording of Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiem with the Rundfunkchor Berlin and soloists Thomas Quasthoff and Dorothea Röschmann received a Grammy Award in February 2008. A Haydn concert of Symphonies No. 87 – 92, recorded live in the Berlin Philharmonie in February 2007, was released the following August. The live recording of the 2007 New Year’s Eve concert, with Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky/Ravel and Borodin’s Second Symphony and Polovtsian Dances, appeared on the market one week later. In March 2008 the live CD of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 9, recorded in the Philharmonie in October of the previous year, was released. The recording of Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms and Symphony in C, released in June 2008, won a Grammy as “Best Choral Performance” in February 2009. Sir Simon Rattle’s recent releases include Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 4 in E-flat major and Maurice Ravel’s one-act opera L’Enfant et les sortilèges and Ma Mère l’Oye, recorded live in concert at the Philharmonie in September 2008. The recording of Johannes Brahms’s four symphonies was released in Germany in August 2009, and Peter Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker was released in September 2010. Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 was published in Spring 2011. The recording of Johann Sebastian Bach’s St Matthew Passion in a ritualisation by Peter Sellars, which was performed in April 2010 in the Philharmonie, was released on DVD and Blu-ray in Spring 2012. Furthermore a CD (EMI) with the live recording of a Philharmoniker concert in February 2012 featuring Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 9 in the performing edition of the fourth movement completed from the manuscripts by Samale-Phillips-Cohrs-Mazzuca is available since May 2012.

In 1994 Simon Rattle was knighted by the Queen of England and has since received numerous distinctions. In 1996 the Toepfer Foundation in Hamburg awarded him the Shakespeare Prize; in 1997 he received the Albert Medal from the Royal Society of Arts in recognition of his extraordinary service to music, his activities in music education and his contributions to the musical community, all of which are important aspects of his work in Berlin. Since assuming his post as artistic director of the Philharmonic in September 2002, he has taken the orchestra in new directions with the Education Programme of the Berliner Philharmoniker. He has been honoured many times for his commitment to music education. In May 2005 he was awarded the Schiller Special Prize by the city of Mannheim, and in Spring 2007 he received the Golden Camera and the Urania Medal. In November 2007 Sir Simon Rattle was awarded the German Children’s Prize, and the same month he and the Berliner Philharmoniker were appointed as international UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors in New York, the first time this honour has been conferred on an artistic ensemble. In spring 2009 Sir Simon Rattle received the Spanish Premio Don Juan de Borbón de la Música in Segovia. He was awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany by President Horst Köhler in October 2009, twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall. In June 2010 Sir Simon Rattle was awarded a knighthood in the French Legion of Honour on behalf of the French President by Bernard de Montferrant, the French ambassador to Germany.



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