Complete your Kurt Weill collection. Die Zwei Symphonien - The Two Symphonies (LP, Album). 6527 225. Netherlands. 8 26 673. Kurt Weill. Sinfonien (LP, Album). German Democratic Republic (GDR).
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Yes, Kurt Weill wrote more than the "Threepennies opera" and Broadway songs. Symphonies for example. Some of you may want to check these out and discover another side of Kurt 'September song' Weill. These symphonies were performed by the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig and conducted by Edo de Waart. They were recorded in December 1973 at the Paul Gerhard Kirche, Leipzig, Germany, and originally released on LP in 1974.
CD 1. Kurt Weill Composer. Symphonic Nocturne (concert suite arr. of Lady in the Dark) Work. Marin Alsop Conductor, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Orchestra. 5. ndante misterioso: My Ship. 6. irl of the Moment. Weill: Symphonies 1 & 2. Michel Swierczewski. Gulbenkian Orchestra. Nino Rota: La Strada; Weill: Symphony N. Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Orchestre Métropolitan du Grand Montréal. Kurt Weill: Vocal and Orchestral Works. Bartók: The Wooden Prince.
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Kurt Weill's two Symphonies - dating from 1921 and 1934 - form an effective frame for the more familiar stage works of his Weimar Republic period. Both are highly charged, political scores. The First is programmatic and envisions the emergence of a utopian, pacifist society in the aftermath of war and revolution. It is feverishly expressionistic, though Weill's inspiration wasn't always quite up to the subject.
If you like symphonies, but have already heard Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Hindemith, and Honegger then Weill opens up a new page of reference for you. His 1st symphony played here is in one movement and lasts about 25 minutes. It is cohesive and magical as Swierczewski makes it out to be with the relatively unknown Lisbon Orchestra. I have just about every Weill symphony in print and even couple that aren't and none come close to this version of the first. Between the symphonies is the music to the famous Three Penny Opera of Weill. I'll be dog gone if that Lisbon orchestra of Portugal doesn't sound like a Jazz Band back in the 1920's in Germany. Both conductor and orchestra switch gears beautifully. To finish of there is the very substantial symphony N. It is a different Weill that we hear.
- Conductor – Edo De Waart
|6527 225||Kurt Weill||Die Zwei Symphonien - The Two Symphonies (LP, Album)||Philips||6527 225||Netherlands||1974|
|6500 642||Kurt Weill, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Edo de Waart||Kurt Weill, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Edo de Waart - Die Zwei Sinfonien (LP)||Philips||6500 642||Germany||1974|
|8 26 673||Kurt Weill||Sinfonien (LP, Album)||ETERNA||8 26 673||German Democratic Republic (GDR)||1975|