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Leonard Bernstein – The Harvard Lectures

Leonard Bernstein – The Harvard Lectures
  • wykonawca: Leonard Bernstein
  • tytuł: Leonard Bernstein - The Harvard Lectures
  • premiera: 17-08-2018
  • nośnik nr kat: 19075850472 ( 13 CD )

Sony Classical ma zaszczyt zaprezentować 13 płytowy zestaw nagrań zatytułowany Leonard Bernstein – The Harvard Lectures. To kolejne wydawnictwo stworzone z okazji 100 rocznicy urodzin tego Wielkiego Twórcy Muzyki XX wieku Tym razem usłyszymy cykl wykładów zatytułowany „Pytania bez odpowiedzi”, wygłoszonych przez Bernsteina w 1973 podczas jego profesury na Uniwersytecie Harvarda.
Zestaw zawiera:
Leonard Bernstein at Harvard, The Norton Lectures 1973:
“The Unanswered Question” in six volumes on 13 CDs

DISC 1-2: Volume 1 M2X 33014
“Musical Phonology”; Bernstein discusses, illustrates, and conducts; including a performance of Mozart Symphony No. 40 (previously released on Columbia MS 7029)

DISC 3-4: Volume 2 M2X 33017
“Musical Syntax”; Bernstein discusses, illustrates, and conducts

DISC 5-6: Volume 3 M3X 33020
“Musical Semantics”; Bernstein discusses, illustrates, and conducts; including Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral” (previously released on Columbia MS 6549)

DISC 7-8: Volume 4 M3X 33024
“The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity”; Bernstein discusses, illustrates, and conducts; including performances of Berlioz’ Ball Scene from Romeo and Juliet, Wagner’s Prelude and Love-Death from Tristan and Isolde, and Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun (previously released on Columbia MS 6170, D3M 32992, and MS 6754)

DISC 9-10: Volume 5 M3X 33028
“The Twentieth Century Crisis”; Bernstein discusses, illustrates, and conducts; including performances of Ravel’s Feria from Rapsodie Espagnole, Mahler’s Adagio from Symphony No. 9, and Ives’ The Unanswered Question (previously released on Columbia MS 7029)

DISC 11-13: Volume 6 M4X 33032
“The Poetry of Earth”; Bernstein discusses, illustrates, and conducts; including performance of Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex

CBS Records made the entire series available to the general public on November 22, 1974. Each lecture was recorded, complete with Mr. Bernstein’s illustrations at the Piano and with its requisite orchestral examples