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(arr. Leopold Stokowski)
+Mussorgsky / Stokowski: Eine Nacht auf dem kahlen Berge;
Entr'acte zu Akt IV von Chowanschtschina;Symphonische
Synthese aus Boris Godunov
+Tschaikowsky / Stokowski: Humoresque op. 10, 2;Solitude op. 73, 6
+Stokowski: Traditionelle slawische Weihnachtsmusik

  • Künstler: Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Serebrier
  • Label: Naxos, DDD, 2004
  • Bestellnummer: 2286978
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1.8.2005
  1. 1 St. John's Night on Bald Mountain, "A Night on the Bare Mountain" (arr. L. Stokowski) Start
  2. 2 Khovanshchina, Act IV: Entr'acte (arr. L. Stokowski) Start
  3. 3 Boris Godunov: A Symphonic Synthesis (arr. L. Stokowski) Start
  4. 4 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): Promenade Start
  5. 5 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): I. Gnomus Start
  6. 6 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): Promenade Start
  7. 7 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): II. Il vecchio castello Start
  8. 8 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): IV. Bydlo Start
  9. 9 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): Promenade Start
  10. 10 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): V. Ballet of the Chickens in their Shells Start
  11. 11 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): VI. Samuel Goldenberg and Schmuyle Start
  12. 12 Pictures At An Exhibition (Arr. L. Stokowski): Vii. Catacombae. Cum Mortuis In Lingua Mortua Start
  13. 13 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): IX. The Hut on Fowls' Legs, "Baba Yaga" Start
  14. 14 Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. L. Stokowski): X. The Great Gate of Kiev Start
  15. 15 2 Morceaux, Op. 10: No. 2. Humoresque (arr. L. Stokowski): Humoresque, Op. 10, No. 2 (trans. L. Stokowski) Start
  16. 16 Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op. 74, "Pathetique": Solitude [Again, as before, alone], Op. 73, No. 6 (trans. L. Stokowski) Start
  17. 17 Traditional Slavic Christmas Music Start

Produktinfo

Leopold Stokowski was not only one of the twentieth century's greatest conductors, he was also an inveterate transcriber of music for the symphony orchestra, making some two hundred orchestral arrangements of works which had started life in other forms. During Stokowski's lifetime, his orchestral transcriptions were, for the most part, only heard when he himself conducted them. In the years following his death, however, other conductors have increasingly taken an interest in performing his colourful arrangements. When the Leopold Stokowski Society was formed in 1979, one of its chief aims was to encourage performances of the Maestro's transcriptions. In 2003 its Committee decided to approach José Serebrier with the suggestion that he too should take them into his repertoire, and record them. At the start of the sessions, which we attended, Serebrier told the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra that he was not intent on copying Stokowski's own recordings of these pieces but instead wished to approach them from a fresh perspective. - The Leopold Stokowski Society

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