- Performer:George Szell
- Title:Strauss: Don Quixote; Don Juan; Horn Concerto No.1
- Date of release:October 6, 1997
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Strauss: Don Quixote; Don Juan; Horn Concerto N.
R Strauss – Don Juan, o. 0. R Strauss – Death and Transfiguration, o. 4 Bruch – Violin Concerto n. in G minor, o. 6 (Zino Francescatti, violin with NYP/Schippers). CD 53: Beethoven – Symphony n. in F major, o. 8 Pastoral. George Szell in Interview, Spring 1967. Tracklist : George Szell – The Complete Columbia Album Collection.
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. No. O. 0 ; TrV 156. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. 1889-11-11 in Weimar. Court Orchestra, Richard Strauss (conductor). Ein Heldenleben, O. Sinfonia Domestica, O. 3.
Album · 2007 · 15 Songs. The Defeat of Don Quixote By the Knight of the White Moon: Variation X. 4:01. 14. The Death of Don Quixote: Finale. 15. Don Juan, Op. 20. 16:29. Great Performances - Strauss: Til Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, Don Juan, Death and Transfiguration. Cleveland Orchestra & George Szell. CSO Resound - Bruckner: Symphony No. 7. Bernard Haitink & Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Arnold, Ewald, Bozza, Maurer, Dahl & Clavert: Works for Brass Ensemble.
Don Juan, Op. 20, is a tone poem in E major for large orchestra written by the German composer Richard Strauss in 1888. It is singled out by Carl Dahlhaus as a "musical symbol of fin-de-siècle modernism", particularly for the "breakaway mood" of its opening bars. The premiere of Don Juan took place on 11 November 1889 in Weimar, where Strauss served as Court Kapellmeister; he conducted the orchestra of the Weimar Opera
Don Quixote, Op. 35. A1. Introduction - Theme - Variations 1 - 3. 19:06. B1. Variations 4 - 10 - Finale. Strauss, Pierre Fournier, George Szell, The Cleveland Orchestra - Don Quixote, Don Juan (LP, Album).
Juan (1957) - Don Quixote with Pierre Fournier cello (1960) - Sinfonia domestica (1964) - Till Eulenspiegel (1949 mono + 1957 stereo) - Tod und Verklärung (1957) - Concerto for Horn N. with Myron Bloom (1961) STRAVINSKY - Firebird Suite, 1919 version (1961) TARTINI - Concerto for Violin in D minor . 5 with Josef Szigeti. Szell's arrangement of Richard Strauss' Till Eulenspiegel is legendary. Both the Violin Sonatas and Piano Quartets show Szell as a sympathetic collaborator who was comfortable with ceding the spotlight to his partners.
Horn Concerto No. 1 (Strauss). Redirected from Horn Concerto No 1, Opus 11 (Richard Strauss)). In 1882–3 Richard Strauss wrote his Horn Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major, Op. 11, in two versions, one for piano accompaniment and one with an orchestra (the horn part is the same). The horn concerto has become the most frequently performed horn concerto written in the 19th Century. The premiere with piano accompaniment was given in 1883 at Munich