- Performer:Sapporo Symphony Orchestra
- Title:Hans Stähli: Tokachi Symphonic Poem
- Date of release:1998
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Hans Stähli: Tokachi Symphonic Poem.
By Various Artists, Naohiro Totsuka, Sapporo Symphony Orchestra. 1. Tokachi Symphonic Poem, No. 1: Landscape - Andante sostenuto - Hans Stähli, 12:200:30. 2. 2: Ice Festival Scherzo - Vivace - Hans Stähli, 6:010:30. 3. 3: Festival on the Plain - Maestoso - Hans Stähli, 8:160:30. 4. 4: Finale - Andante sostenuto - Leno - Tempo di Menuetto - Allegro moderato - Hans Stähli, 12:200:30.
Tokachi Symphonic Poem, No. 2: Ice Festival Scherzo - Vivace. 3: Festival on the Plain - Maestoso. Streichtrio in A Major: I. Andante. Shumann: Symphony No. 4 - J. Strauss II: Kaiser - Walzer - R. Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra.
Performances of SIGNS OF LIFE, this weekend on February 4th and 5th, will feature the chamber orchestra. 15. 8. Symphonic Fireworks.
Symphony No. 1 in G Major, Op. 11, No. 1: I. Allegro. Paul Freeman, London Symphony Orchestra (LSO). 1: II. Symphony No.
The Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, Hokkaido’s only professional orchestra, has been affectionately known as Sakkyo to Hokkaido residents. The orchestra marked its 50th anniversary in 2011. Based at Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara, which boasts some of the best acoustics in the world, the orchestra is distinguished by its clear sound and dynamic power of expression that are inspired by Hokkaido’s vast natural beauty and charm. The orchestra has been engaged in performances with its sights set on audiences around the world and continues to improve itself.
A symphonic poem or tone poem is a piece of orchestral music, usually in a single continuous movement, which illustrates or evokes the content of a poem, short story, novel, painting, landscape, or other (non-musical) source. The German term Tondichtung (tone poem) appears to have been first used by the composer Carl Loewe in 1828. The Hungarian composer Franz Liszt first applied the term Symphonische Dichtung to his 13 works in this vein.
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