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Mozart, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter - Symphonies “Linz” & “Paris” flac album

Mozart, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter - Symphonies “Linz” & “Paris” flac album Performer: Mozart
Title: Symphonies “Linz” & “Paris”
Style: Classical
Released: 1967
Country: Czechoslovakia
MP3 album: 1203 mb
FLAC album: 1390 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Genre: Classical

Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Conductor – Ľudovít Rajter. Cover – Zdeněk Rybka. Orchestra – Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. Recording Supervisor – Miroslav Venhoda. Sleeve Notes – Dr. Kamil Šlapák. Made in Czechoslovakia. Other (Manufacturing date code): 67 2.

Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. On sleeve: SUA 10873 Mono SUA ST 50873 Stereo.

Conductor – Ľudovít Rajter. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat. W. A. Mozart, Ľudovít Rajter, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. Mozart, Ľudovít Rajter, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra - Symphonies Linz & Paris ‎(LP, Album, RP). Opus, Opus.

This is a list of symphonies by the classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Symphonies No. 2 (attributed to Leopold Mozart) and 3 (written by Carl Friedrich Abel) are spurious. Spurious symphonies can be found at Mozart symphonies of spurious or doubtful authenticity. Symphonies that are suspected to be not Mozart's, but have not been proven to be the work of another composer, are in this list.

Karl Böhm 's recording of the Mozart symphonies with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra is among the most respected and beloved sets of this important body of work. Böhm 's set was the first complete recording of the symphonies (including several that subsequent scholarship has shown to be written by other composers and misattributed to Mozart ) and it remains a substantial achievement because of the conductor's stature as a Mozartian and because of the enthusiastic and refined playing of the Berlin Philharmonic.

Symphonies "Linz" & "Paris". Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Ľudovít Rajter. Tchaikovsky; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Stephen Gunzenhauser. Salzburg Symphonies: Divertimenti K. 136, K. 137 and K. 138. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Libor Pešek.

The multi-award-winning partnership of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Sir Charles Mackerras is reunited in this second collection of Mozart Symphonies featuring Nos. 29, 31 ('Paris'), 32, 35 ('Haffner') & 36 ('Linz'). This much anticipated recording follows on from the astounding success of Mozart: Symphonies 38-41 which resulted in Mackerras and the SCO winning the Critics' Award at the 2009 BRIT Awards and led to Mozart: Symphonies 38-41 being named 'Disc of the Year' at the 2009 BBC Music Magazine Awards.

This album has an average beat per minute of 103 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 81/126 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Symphony No. 31 "Paris", Symphony No. 36 "Linz", Symphony No. 1 in E-flat Major (Mozart Festival Orchestra feat. conductor: Alberto Lizzio). 1. Symphony No. 31 in D major, K. 297 "Paris": I. Allegro assai. Mozart's Last Symphonies.

Orchestra: Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: Karl Böhm. Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Audio CD (October 1, 1996). collection of symphonies in one place and with a single conductor and orchestra. Keep in mind that Pinnock uses "original" instruments and those performances will not have the warmth of Böhm's recordings with the Berlin Philharmonic. The Tate box is relatively expensive at the present time, but the Pinnock box is quite reasonable.

Bruckner Orchestra Linz. Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra. National Orchestra of Belgium. Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège. Orchestra Mozart, founded by Claudio Abbado in Bologna. Orchestra Roma Sinfonietta, directed by Ennio Morricone. Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma, Rome. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra.

Redlands Symphony proudly presents MOZART's Symphony No. 36 Linz. Discover little-known secrets and interesting discorse on its history, creation, and performance.

Concerts in Vienna The Barber of Seville The Magic Flute in Vienna The Marriage of Figaro Theater in Vienna Tours and Sightseeing Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Vienna Symphonic Orchestra. Select Date - September 2019 - 01. Sep 2019, 20:00, Saisoneröffnungskonzert MUSIK DER MEISTER, Musikverein Vienna 19 Sep 2019, 19:30, 70 JAHRE JEUNESSE, Sold OUT 20 Sep 2019, 19:30, ESTNISCHES NATIONALORCHESTER, Sold OUT 22 Sep 2019, 15:30, TONKÜNSTLER-ORCHESTER NIEDERÖSTERREICH, Sold OUT 24 Sep 2019, 19:30, TONKÜNSTLER-ORCHESTER NIEDERÖSTERREICH, Sold OUT 25 Sep 2019, 19:30, VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Sold OUT 26 Sep 2019, 19

Tracklist

Symphony In C Major "Linz" No. 36
Adagio 12:05
Poco Adagio 8:25
Menuetto 2:40
Presto 5:30
Symphony In D Major "Paris" No. 31
Allegro Assai 9:00
Andantino 5:55
Allegro 3:55

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SUA 10873 Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter - Symphonies “Linz” & “Paris” ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Supraphon SUA 10873 Czechoslovakia 1967
SUA ST 50873 Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter - Symphonies “Linz” & “Paris” ‎(LP) Supraphon SUA ST 50873 Czechoslovakia 1968
SUA 10873 Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter - Symphonies “Linz” & “Paris” ‎(LP, Mono) Supraphon SUA 10873 Czechoslovakia 1968

Tracklist

Symphony In C Major "Linz" No. 36
A1 Adagio 12:05
A2 Poco Adagio 8:25
A3 Menuetto 2:40
B1 Presto 5:30
Symphony In D Major "Paris" No. 31
B2 Allegro Assai 9:00
B3 Andantino 5:55
B4 Allegro 3:55

Companies, etc.

  • Exported By – Artia

Credits

  • Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Conductor – Ľudovít Rajter
  • Cover – Zdeněk Rybka
  • Engineer [Sound], Edited By [Cut] – Ing. Očenášek*
  • Orchestra – Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Recording Supervisor [Recording Director] – Miroslav Venhoda
  • Sleeve Notes – Dr. Kamil Šlapák*

Notes

On sleeve:
SUA 10873 Mono
SUA ST 50873 Stereo

Recorded in Bratislava
Cover © 1968
Sleevenote © 1968
Artia Praha Made in Czechoslovakia

On labels:
℗ 1967

Identical sleeve for mono/stereo version.
Red center labels with silver print

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (label, side A): E 921
  • Matrix / Runout (label, side B): E 922
  • Matrix / Runout (runout, side A, stamped): E 921/A A
  • Mastering SID Code (runout, side B, stamped): E 922/B A
  • Price Code: G
  • Other (manufacturing date code): 68 1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SUA 10873 Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter - Symphonies “Linz” & “Paris” ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Supraphon SUA 10873 Czechoslovakia 1967
SUA 10873 Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter Mozart*, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Ľudovít Rajter - Symphonies “Linz” & “Paris” ‎(LP, Mono) Supraphon SUA 10873 Czechoslovakia 1968