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Beethoven, Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt - Piano Concerto No.1 / Piano Concerto No.2 Full Album

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Beethoven, Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt - Piano Concerto No.1 / Piano Concerto No.2 Full Album
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  • Performer:
    Beethoven, Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt
  • Title:
    Piano Concerto No.1 / Piano Concerto No.2
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Classical
  • Country:
    UK
  • Size FLAC version
    1571 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2000 mb
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, Repress, Stereo

Tracklist

12nd Mov.: Adagio
23rd Mov.: Rondo: Allegro Scherzando
3Piano Concerto No. 1 In C Major. Op. 15
42nd Mov.: Largo
51st Mov.: Allegro Con Brio
63rd Mov.: Rondo: Molto Allegro
7Piano Concerto No. 2 In B Flat Major. Op. 19

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SXL 2178, SXL.2178Beethoven - Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt Beethoven - Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt - Piano Concerto No.1 / Piano Concerto No.2 ‎(LP)Decca, DeccaSXL 2178, SXL.2178UK1959
LCK 80047Beethoven, Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt Beethoven, Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt - Piano Concerto No.1 / Piano Concerto No.2 ‎(Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album)London RecordsLCK 80047US1960
SXL 2178, SXL.2178Beethoven, Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt Beethoven, Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt - Piano Concerto No.1 / Piano Concerto No.2 ‎(LP)Decca, DeccaSXL 2178, SXL.2178UK1959
SXL 2178Beethoven / Backhaus / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra / Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt Beethoven / Backhaus / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra / Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt - Piano Concertos Nos. 1 And 2 ‎(LP, Album)DeccaSXL 2178UK1959
SPA 401Beethoven, Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt Beethoven, Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt - Piano Concerto No.1 / Piano Concerto No.2 ‎(LP, RP)Decca, DeccaSPA 401UK1975

Credits

  • Composed ByBeethoven
  • ConductorHans Schmidt-Isserstedt
  • Engineer [Uncredited]Alan Abel (tracks: A1 to A3), James Brown (tracks: B1 to B3)
  • Mastered ByE
  • OrchestraVienna Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Painting [Portrait Of Beethoven]Neugass
  • PianoWilhelm Backhaus
  • Producer [Uncredited]Erik Smith
  • Sleeve NotesGordon Stewart

Notes

CATALOG NUMBERS:
- SXL 2178 on sleeve
- SXL.2178 on labels

OTHER INFORMATION:
- Tracks A1 to A3 (Piano Concerto 1) recorded 16 - 22 April 1958 in the Sofiensaal, Vienna
- Tracks B1 to B3 (Piano Concerto 2) recorded 29 - 30 June 1959 in the Sofiensaal, Vienna
- Labelography code: ED1
- Corresponding mono issue has Category LXT 5552

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1, stamped): ZAL-4595-1E
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 2, stamped): ZAL-4596-1E
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label, side 1): ZAL.4595
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix on label, side 2): ZAL.4596

Companies

  • Recorded At – Sofiensaal
  • Mastered At – Decca Studios
  • Pressed By – Decca Record Co. Ltd., Pressing Plant, UK.
  • Printed By – Robert Stace
  • Copyright (c) – The Decca Record Company Limited

Album

Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15, was written in 1795, then revised in 1800. The first performance took place on 18 December 1795 in Vienna with Beethoven himself as soloist. It was first published in 1801 in Vienna with dedication to his pupil Princess Anna Louise Barbara Odescalchi née Countess von Keglević, known to her friends as Babette. 1, Piano Concerto No. 2에 대한 릴리스, 리뷰, 트랙 목록, 추천 등을 발견하여 Beethoven - Backhaus , Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra , Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt 컬렉션을 완성해보세요. Piano Concerto No. 1 In C Major. 1st Mov. Allegro Con Brio. 2nd Mov. 3rd Mov. Rondo: Allegro Scherzando. 2 In B Flat Major. Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2 Moonlight Sonata London CS 6188. Wilhelm Backhaus, Wiener Philharmoniker, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt. Chopin: Piano Concerto No. Be the first one to write a review. 1 Favorite. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS. download 3 files. Beethoven-Piano Concerto-No. 4 download. 4 download. download 1 file. TORRENT download. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Schmidt-IsserstedtCon. RecordingJune 1959 in Vienna. Audio CD November 13, 2015. I would expect to see this recording still on sale in 100 years to an enthusiastic audience of Beethoven fans, who want only the best - and in those stakes, BackhausIsserstedt have very little genuine competition. NB apropos the boxed legend on the record cover: Backhaus was 75 at the time of this recording. On the programme: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major with American pianist Nicholas Angelich as soloist, conducted by Phillipe Jordan. The Vienna Symphony Orchestra reconstructs Beethovens famous 1808 Große Akademie concert from 1808. More Loading. With : Anke Vondung mezzo-soprano. Allan Clayton tenor. Nicholas Angelich piano. Jacquelin Wegner soprano. Hanno Müller-Brachmann baryton-basse. Title: Beethoven Piano Concertos No. 1 & 2Artists: Wilhelm Backhaus, piano - Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Recording Info: Concerto No. 1Producer Erik Smith Engineer: Alan Abel16-22 Apr 1958 Sofiensaal, ViennaConcert. Largo 9:13 3 3rd Mov. Rondo Molto Allegro 8:50 Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 2 In B Flat Major, 27:19 4 1st Mov. Allegro Con Brio 13:19 5 2nd Mov. Largo 7:41 6 3rd Mov. Wilhelm Backhaus, Vienna Philharmonic, Hans Knappertsbusch. 2016 Live. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 Emperor In E-Flat Major, Op. 1, Leon Fleisher vs. Wilhelm Backhaus. Leon Fleisher, Wilhelm Backhaus. 2014 Compare 2 Versions. 3, Clara Haskil vs. Clara Haskil, Wilhelm Backhaus. 2, Leon Fleisher vs. For almost two centuries, the original version of the Piano Concerto No. 2 was assigned to the year 1794, when Beethoven was 23 and needed a showpiece for his public debut in Vienna. He did introduce it in the Court Theater on March 29, 1795, during the Lenten season when Hapsburg Catholicism banned all theatrical activity. But latter-day scholarship has determined that most. Schmidt-Isserstedts straightforward, sober interpretations strike a happy medium between the formal, unvarnished Teutonic styles of Klemperer and Barenboim and the astringent classicism typical of Toscanini, Szell, and at times, Böhm. Standouts include a highly distinct, stylishly taut Eroica , an expansive, fluent Pastorale , an assertive, powerfully projected Fourth, and a Leonore No. 3 that positively sizzles with drama