Beethoven: Symphony No 9

Philippe Jordan

Interpreten

Philippe Jordan, Dirigent
Wiener Symphoniker
Daniela Sindram, Mezzosopran
René Pape, Bass
Anja Kampe, Sopran
Burkhard Fritz, Tenor
Johannes Prinz, Chorleitung
Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde

Werke

Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphonie Nr. 9 d-moll op. 125

Tracks

CD
63:13
Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphonie Nr. 9 d-moll op. 125
1.
1. Satz: Allegro ma non troppo – un poco maestoso
14:15
2.
2. Satz: Molto vivace – Presto
13:27
3.
3. Satz: Adagio molto e cantabile – Andante moderato
12:12
4.
4. Satz: Finale. Presto
23:19
Gesamtspielzeit63:13
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It is done: With the release of the recording of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony under Philippe Jordan, the Wiener Symphoniker's first cycle of Beethoven’s symphonies recorded on CD will finally be completed. This release will also mark the end of project Road to Beethoven with which the Wiener Symphoniker have been preparing for the anniversary year 2020 celebrating the composer’s 250th birthday. The timeless and last completed symphony of Beethoven represents the logical culmination of this recording project. Judging by the size of the orchestra and the diversity of the instruments involved, the “Ninth” burst the dimensions of classical symphonies, opened up new compositional and musical spaces and set the standards for symphonic classical music that are valid to this day. Philippe Jordan and the Wiener Symphoniker were supported by a fantastic solo ensemble including Anja Kampe, Daniela Sindram, Burkhard Fritz, René Pape, and the Wiener Symphoniker under the direction of Johannes Prinz.

Video

Philippe Jordan · Dirigent

Beethoven: Symphonie Nr. 9

 Proben Beethoven Zyklus (c) Johannes Ifkovits 13
Philippe Jordan · Beethoven-Zyklus auf CD

The Road to Beethoven

Booklet

DAS KÖNNTE SIE AUCH INTERESSIEREN

Manfred Honeck (c) Felix Broede
Musikverein Wien, Großer Saal
Honeck, Wiener Singverein / Frühling in Wien
Beethoven Schuber
Compact Disc
Beethoven: Symphonien Nr. 1-9