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Walter Goehr conducts Beethoven: Symphony No. 9
15.05.2010, 20:16

О Вальтере Гёре см.


The Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra is one of the most innovative and flexible ensembles of its kind in Germany. With an extraordinarily broad repertoire, an impressive number of CDs under its belt, and a breath-taking range of concerts each year, the orchestra of the German Public Radio of Hessen has built up an outstanding international reputation since its foundation more than 75 years ago. A regular collaborator with the world’s best conductors and soloists, it is equally at home unearthing old, nearly forgotten repertoire as it is in exploring new, experimental music. It also sees children and youth work as one of its top priorities.


It was the orchestra’s first conductor in 1929, Hans Rosbaud, with his emphasis on both traditional romantic repertoire and contemporary music, who forged the path the orchestra has trodden ever since. Following the end of World War II, Kurt Schröder and Winfried Zillig set about rebuilding the orchestra, but it was Dean Dixon, Eliahu Inbal, Dmitri Kitaenko and Hugh Wolff, who have established and carried on the orchestra’s truly international reputation in subsequent decades. Estonian-born Paavo Järvi has been the new Chief Conductor of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra since 2006. Järvi is one of the prominent conductors of his generation and musical variety will again be one of the watchwords of his tenureship. Under his baton, the orchestra continues to enjoy an outstanding reputation worldwide.


Agnes Giebel:

Born: August 10, 1921 Heerlen, Holland

The Dutch-born German soprano, Agnes Giebel, studied at the Folkwangschule in Essen with Professor Hilde Wesselmann.


Agnes Giebel's first public appearances were in 1947 in works of J.S. Bach. As a result of her great success she was engaged by RIAS Berlin for weekly series of Bach Cantatas in 1950, and she was a frequent visitor there afterwards. At that time she also went to extensive concert tours with the Leipzig Thomanerchor under Günther Ramin. She has sung many times with the Philharmonia and New Philharmonia Orchestra. She made several tours as a concert artist in the USA.


Agnes Giebel was one of the few singes who has made her name entirely in concert repertoire and she continued to refuse offers to appear in opera. She was the leading soprano singer of J.S. Bach’s vocal works during the 1950’s and the 1960’s. At a later period she promoted modern music. Her performances of works by Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg, Paul Hindemith, and Henze were praised.


Grace Hoffman:

Born: January 14, 1925Cleveland, Ohio, USA

The American mezzo-soprano, Grace (actually, Goldie) Hoffman [Hoffmann], was educated at Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Then she studied voice with Schorr in New York and Basiola in Milan.


After appearances in the USA, Grace Hoffman sang in Florence and Zürich. In 1955 she became a member of the Württemberg State Theater in Stuttgart. In March 1958 she made her Metropolitan Opera debut in New York as Brangäne in Tristan und Isolde. She made many appearances at La Scala in Milan, Covent Garden in London, Bayreuth, and the Vienna State Opera.


In 1978 Grace Hoffman became professor of voice at the Hochschule für Musik in Stuttgart. She was noted for her performances of the music of Wagner and Verdi, particularly for her roles of Brangäne, Kundry, and Eboli. She also sang widely in concerts.


Helmut Krebs: см.



Fritz Ollendorff:

Фриц Оллендорф (29 марта 1912, Дармштадт — 29 марта 1977, Цюрих) — немецкий оперный певец (бас).

Учился в зальцбургском Моцартеуме, затем в Милане. Дебютировал в 1937 г. в Базеле. В 1939 г. стал, вместе с Марией Штадер, лауреатом первой премии в вокальной номинации новосозданного Международного конкурса исполнителей в Женеве. Выступал на базельской сцене до 1951 года. В 1951 — 1956 гг. солист Немецкой оперы на Рейне, в 1956 — 1958 гг. — Штутгартской оперы.

Участвовал в ряде заметных записей 1950-60-х гг. Среди них две записи «Севильского цирюльника» (партия Бартоло): в 1957 году (на итальянском языке, с участием Марии Каллас и Тито Гобб) и в 1965 г. (на немецком языке, с участием Петера Шрайера и Германа Прея). Редко исполняемая опера Ферруччо Бузони «Арлекин» с участием Оллендорфа была исполнена и записана в 1956 г. на Глайндборнском фестивале.



L. van Beethoven.


Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, op. 125:

I. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso

II. Scherzo. Molto vivace - Presto

III. Adagio molto e cantabile − Andante Moderato − Tempo Primo − Andante Moderato − Adagio − Lo Stesso Tempo

IV. Recitative: (Presto – Allegro ma non troppo – Vivace – Adagio cantabile – Allegro assai – Presto: O Freunde) – Allegro assai: Freude, schöner Götterfunken – Alla marcia – Allegro assai vivace: Froh, wie seine Sonnen – Andante maestoso: Seid umschlungen, Millionen! – Adagio ma non troppo, ma divoto: Ihr, stürzt nieder – Allegro energico, sempre ben marcato: (Freude, schöner GötterfunkenSeid umschlungen, Millionen!) – Allegro ma non tanto: Freude, Tochter aus Elysium! – Prestissimo, Maestoso, Prestissimo: Seid umschlungen, Millionen!


Agnes Giebel, soprano

Grace Hoffman, alto

Helmut Krebs, tenor

Fritz Ollendorff, bass


Chorus of the «Cecilienverein», Frankfurt

Radio Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Walter Goehr

Rec. 1958


Формат: APE


(Партитура в двух изданиях и фрагмент бетховенской рукописи прилагается к материалу)


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