- Performer:Vladimir Ashkenazy
- Title:Sibelius: Symphony No. 4
- Date of release:1982
- Size FLAC version1817 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1978 megabytes
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Album · 2006 · 8 Songs. Symphony N. in E-flat Major, Op. 82: 1. Tempo Molto Moderato, Allegro Moderato. 6. 82: 2. Andante Mosso - Quasi Allegretto. 7. 82: 3. Allegro Molto. More By Vladimir Ashkenazy.
The Symphony No. 4 in A minor, Op. 63, is one of seven completed symphonies composed by Jean Sibelius. Written between 1910 and 1911, it was premiered in Helsinki on 3 April 1911 by the Philharmonia Society, with Sibelius conducting. It is scored for an orchestra including 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets (in B♭ and A), 2 bassoons, 4 horns (in F and E), 2 trumpets (in F and E), 3 trombones, timpani, glockenspiel or/and tubular bells, and strings.
105: Symphony No. 7 in C major (1924). To date, the Finnish conductor Paavo Berglund and the English conductor Sir Colin Davis have recorded the Sibelius cycles three times. A number of other conductors have recorded the complete Sibelius symphonies twice: Vladimir Ashkenazy, Pietari Inkinen, Neemi Järvi, Lorin Maazel, Sir Simon Rattle, Leif Segerstam, Osmo Vänskä, and Akeo Watanabe
Sibelius: Symphony N. in D, O. 3 - 4. Finale (Allegro moderato). Sibelius: Symphony N. This Philharmonia cycle should not be confused with the more recent Ashkenazy Sibelius cycle with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic on the Exton label, which I have not heard. One person found this helpful.
Symphony No. 4 'Capriccio Italian'. Ken-Ichiro Kobayashi. Symphony No. 2 'Little Russian', Serenade for String Orchestra. 3. Sibelius, Jean/Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra/Vladimir Ashkenazy/Andreas Lemke.
CD2 - Symphony N., Finlandia, Karelia Suite Symphony N. 3 1. I. Allegretto - Poco allegro - Tranquillo, ma poco a poco ravvivando il tempo al allegro 2. II. Tempo andante, ma rubato - Andante sostenuto 3. III. Vivacissimo - Lento e suave - Largamente 4. Personnel: Boris Belkin, violin Elisabeth Soderstorm, soprano (O. 0) Boston Symphony Orchestra (O. 2, O. 4) Philharmonia Orchestra Conductor: Vladimir Ashkenazy. Download from free file storage.
CreditsVladimir Ashkenazy - Conductor, Primary Artist
Andrew Cornall - Producer
Mike Evans - Cover Photo
Decca N. Lesieur - Liner Note Translation
Ben Pateman - Liner Notes
Philharmonia Orchestra - Orchestra
Elisabeth Söderström - Soprano (Vocal)
Kenneth Wilkinson - Engineer
|Symphony No. 4 in A minor, Op. 63|
|1||I. Tempo Molto Moderato, Quasi Adagio||Vladimir Ashkenazy||9:41|
|2||II. Allegro Molto Vivace||Vladimir Ashkenazy||4:37|
|3||III. Il Tempo Largo||Vladimir Ashkenazy||9:25|
|4||IV. Allegro||Vladimir Ashkenazy||9:20|
|5||Luonnotar (The Spirit of Nature), tone poem for voice & orchestra, Op. 70||Vladimir Ashkenazy||9:18|
|6||Finlandia, tone poem for orchestra, Op. 26||Vladimir Ashkenazy||7:56|