Beethoven: Symphony No.6 'Pastoral' / Schubert: Symphony No.5 Wiener Philharmoniker & Karl Böhm
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- Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827): Symphonie Nr.6 F-dur op.68 Pastorale:
- 11. Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande: Allegro ma non troppo12:21
- 22. Szene am Bach: (Andante molto mosso)14:00
- 33. Lustiges Zusammensein der Landleute (Allegro)05:49
- 44. Gewitter, Sturm (Allegro)03:42
- 55. Hirtengesang. Frohe und dankbare GefÃ¼hle nach dem Sturm: Allegretto09:57
- Franz Schubert (1797–1828): Symphonie Nr.5 B-dur D 485:
- 61. Allegro05:47
- 72. Andante con moto10:46
- 83. Menuetto (Allegro molto)05:53
- 94. Allegro vivace05:54
Info for Beethoven: Symphony No.6 'Pastoral' / Schubert: Symphony No.5
„For many music lovers, this is the most purely beautiful performance of Beethoven's most purely beautiful symphony ever recorded. The playing of the Vienna Philharmonic is the last word in gorgeousness--the woodwind chords chime with such purity that they practically glow with an inner light. But it's not a self-indulgent interpretation at all: the storm rages as violently as anyone has a right to expect, and Karl Böhm keeps the music moving along impulsively, always highlighting the symphonic strength of Beethoven's musical argument. What makes the recording even more special is a Schubert Fifth with exactly the same qualities. Someone at DG clearly knows where the treasures are buried. A great disc.“ (David Hurwitz, ClassicsToday.com)
“Karl Böhm's Beethoven is a compound of earth and fire. His VPO recording of Beethoven's Sixth of 1971 dominated the LP catalogue for over a decade, and has done pretty well on CD on its various appearances.
His reading is generally glorious and it remains one of the finest accounts of the work ever recorded. It still sounds well and the performance (with the first-movement exposition repeat included) has an unfolding naturalness and a balance between form and lyrical impulse that's totally satisfying. The brook flows untroubled and the finale is quite lovely, with a wonderfully expansive climax.
The Schubert dates from the end of Böhm's recording career. It's a superb version of this lovely symphony, another work that suited Böhm especially well. The reading is weighty but graceful, with a most beautifully phrased Andante (worthy of a Furtwängler), a bold Minuet and a thrilling finale. The recording is splendid. If you admire Böhm this is a worthy way to remember his special gifts.” (Gramophone)
Karl Böhm, conductor
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