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The Chamber Music Society Of Lincoln Center, Charles Wadsworth - Live In Concert album

The Chamber Music Society Of Lincoln Center, Charles Wadsworth - Live In Concert album Performer: The Chamber Music Society Of Lincoln Center
Title: Live In Concert
Style: Baroque, Modern, Romantic
Date of release: 1983
Country: US
Size MP3: 1763 mb
Size FLAC: 1349 mb
Rating: 4.8
Format: AA AHX ASF XM VQF APE AC3

Album · 1985 · 4 Songs. Sonata for Flute and Piano (1956), Allegro Malinconico, Cantilena: Assez Lent, & Presto Giocoso. The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center with Leonard Arner. 3. Elegie for Horn and Piano.

The ensemble's first concert took place on September 11, 1969, at Alice Tully Hall. Initially the CMS consisted of just nine core members, all of whom, however, were highly regarded string, wind, and keyboard players. The CMS quickly drew critical acclaim and among its first important recordings were a 1975 four-LP compilation on the Classics Record Library label that featured music by .

Not Now. About the chamber music society of lincoln center. An exploding star in the musical firmament.

Learn about our recordings, enjoy music videos, and watch live streams. Listen to milestone works in the chamber music repertoire. 20th Century and Beyond. Take a listen through some great works by leading figures in modern composition.

Directed By – Charles Wadsworth. Ensemble – The Chamber Music Society Of Lincoln Center. Liner Notes – Ned Rorem. Mastered By – Bill Kipper. Produced in cooperation with Minnesota Public Radio Recorded at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, White Plains, NY on March 15-17, 1983 Mastering: Masterdisk Corp. Other (Library of Congress Catalog Card Number): 86-743167. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

Chamber music is a form of classical music that is composed for a small group of nally a group that could fit in a palace chamber or a large room. Most broadly, it includes any art music that is performed by a small number of performers, with one performer to a part (in contrast to orchestral music, in which each string part is played by a number of performers). Johann Wolfgang von Goethe described chamber music (specifically, string quartet music) as "four rational people conversing". Franz Schubert, "The Trout", D. 667, performed by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.

Concert: Chamber Music Society. By harold C. schonbergoct. THE Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, with two new faces, started its season late yesterday afternoon in Tully Hall, and now New York is running on its full music schedule. The new faces were those of Ani Kavafian and AndréMichel Schub. Miss Kavafian has replaced Jaime Laredo, who left Chamber Music Society after five seasons to pursue his own career. It is not exactly an unknown work, and there have been many recordings, but nevertheless it does not figure in many live programs. It is a gorgeous little work, Mendeissohnisms and all, and the lovely second theme is hard to erase from the mind. The superb Chamber Music Society musicians played it magnificently, extracting every bit of color in a perfectly integrated performance.

Listen to the biggest hits from Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, including Serenade in D major, Op. 25 - VI. Adagio - Allegro vivace e disinvolto, Concerto Grosso No. 1 in D Major, Op. 7: II. L'arte della fuga, a 4 parte reale, Symphony No. 6 in D Major "Le matin", Hob. I/6: IV. Finale: Allegro, and more. The ensemble's first concert took place on September 11, 1969, at Alice Tully Hall.

NY. om, the authentic city site, also offer a comprehensive Arts & Attractions section. In 2004, CMS appointed cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han artistic directors. They succeed founding director Charles Wadsworth (1969-89), Fred Sherry (1989-93), and David Shifrin (1993-2004). Drag the street view to look around 360°. Use the arrow buttons to navigate down the street and around the neighborhood! Upper West Side Description. Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is located in the Upper West Side neighborhood of Manhattan. The home of diverse cultural attractions, the Upper West side is sandwiched between Riverside Park to the west and Central Park to the east.

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George Frideric Handel* Concerto In B-flat Major For Harp And Strings, Op. 4, No. 6
Composed By – George Frideric Handel*
A1 Allegro Moderato 3:53
A2 Larghetto 4:22
A3 Allegro Moderato 3:02
A4 Claude Debussy Danses Sacrée Et Profane For Harp And Strings
Composed By – Claude Debussy
9:41
B1 Osian Ellis Introduction By Mr. Ellis 2:20
Benjamin Britten Harp Suite In C Major, Op. 83
Composed By – Benjamin Britten
(12:18)
B2 Overture 2:20
B3 Toccata 2:29
B4 Nocturne 1:16
B5 Fugue 1:02
B6 Hymn 4:25
Hugo Wolf Selected Mörike Lieder
Composed By – Hugo WolfTranscription By – Claus Adam
(18:15)
C1 Schlafendes Jesuskind 3:30
C2 Jägerlied 0:50
C3 Verborgenheit 3:18
C4 Begegnung 1:15
C5 Auf Ein Altes Bild 2:28
C6 Denk'es, O Seele! 3:04
C7 Auf Einer Wanderung 3:10
D1 Samuel Barber Nocturne, Op. 13, No. 4
Composed By – Samuel Barber
2:59
D2 Samuel Barber I Hear An Army, Op. 10, No. 3
Composed By – Samuel Barber
2:12
Samuel Barber Three Songs, Op. 45
Composed By – Samuel Barber
D3 Now Have I Fed And Eaten Up The Rose 2:00
D4 A Green Lowland Of Pianos 2:04
D5 O Boundless, Boundless Evening 2:50
D6 Hugo Wolf Nimmersatte Liebe (From Mörike Lieder)
Composed By – Hugo Wolf
2:27

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  • Recorded At – Alice Tully Hall

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (tracks: C1 to D6)
  • Cello – Claus Adam (tracks: C1 to C7, D6), Leslie Parnas (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Creative Director [Artistic Director] – Charles Wadsworth
  • Design – Jayne Travis
  • Double Bass – Alvin Brehm (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Harp – Osian Ellis (tracks: A1 to B6)
  • Liner Notes – Harris Goldsmith, Nancy Hager
  • Mastered By – Bill Kipper
  • Performer – Juilliard String Quartet (tracks: C1 to C7, D6)
  • Piano – Charles Wadsworth (tracks: D1 to D5)
  • Viola – Samuel Rhodes (tracks: C1 to C7, D6), Walter Trampler (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Violin – Earl Carlyss (tracks: C1 to C7, D6), James Buswell (tracks: A1 to A4), Robert Mann (tracks: C1 to C7, D6), Yoshiko Nakura (tracks: A1 to A4)

Notes

Recorded live at Alice Tully Hall, New York City

Gatefold cover includes insert

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MHC 226794H The Chamber Music Society Of Lincoln Center, Charles Wadsworth The Chamber Music Society Of Lincoln Center, Charles Wadsworth - Live In Concert ‎(Cass, Album) Musical Heritage Society MHC 226794H US 1983
824794K The Chamber Music Society Of Lincoln Center, Charles Wadsworth The Chamber Music Society Of Lincoln Center, Charles Wadsworth - Live in Concert ‎(2xLP, Album) Musical Heritage Society 824794K US 1983