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On the heels of the smashing success of the recent released Mahler's Symphony No. 9 with Zander and the Philharmonia Orchestra, Telarc presents the first recording in a sure-to-be controversial new cycle of the completer Beethoven symphonies. Includes a limited edition, bonus discussion disc by the conductor. Zander was the pioneer in performing Beethoven's symphonies with the composer's original metronome markings. This dramatic recording with the Philharmonia makes a compelling case for his performance philosophy.
On the heels of the smashing success of the recent released Mahler's Symphony No. 9 with Zander and the Philharmonia Orchestra, Telarc presents the first recording in a sure-to-be controversial new cycle of the completer Beethoven symphonies. Includes a limited edition, bonus discussion disc by the conductor. Zander was the pioneer in performing Beethoven's symphonies with the composer's original metronome markings. This dramatic recording with the Philharmonia makes a compelling case for his performance philosophy.
089408047121
L.V. Beethoven - Sym 5 Op 67 in C minor / Sym 7 Op 92 in a Major

Details

Format: CD
Label: TLR
Catalog: 0080471
Rel. Date: 09/28/1999
UPC: 089408047121

Sym 5 Op 67 in C minor / Sym 7 Op 92 in a Major
Artist: L.V. Beethoven
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I. Allegro Con Brio
2. II. Andante Con Moto, Piu Moto
3. III. Allegro
4. IV. Allegro, Tempo I, Presto
5. I. Poco Sostenuto, Vivace
6. II. Allegretto
7. III. Presto, Assai Meno Presto
8. IV. Allegro Con Brio

DISC: 2

1. Introduction
2. Moonlight Sonata
3. Movement I
4. Movement II
5. Movement III
6. Movement IV
7. Movement I
8. Movement II
9. Movement III
10. Movement IV

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On the heels of the smashing success of the recent released Mahler's Symphony No. 9 with Zander and the Philharmonia Orchestra, Telarc presents the first recording in a sure-to-be controversial new cycle of the completer Beethoven symphonies. Includes a limited edition, bonus discussion disc by the conductor. Zander was the pioneer in performing Beethoven's symphonies with the composer's original metronome markings. This dramatic recording with the Philharmonia makes a compelling case for his performance philosophy.
        
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