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Thomas Hengelbrock - Elbphilharmonie First Recording - Brahms: Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4 (2017)

Thomas Hengelbrock - Elbphilharmonie First Recording - Brahms: Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 75:49 min | 175MB
Label: Sony Classical | Tracks: 08 | 2017

With his imagination, his musicological passion for discovery and his uncompromising manner of music-making, Thomas Hengelbrock numbers among the most sought-after conductors of our time. As music director of the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra, “he inspires Hamburg” and “entices more and more new miracles from the orchestra” (Hamburger Abendblatt). Concert tours with the orchestra have taken him through Germany, Europe, and Asia.
Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Manze - Johannes Brahms: Symphonies (2012) 3CD Set

Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Manze - Johannes Brahms: Symphonies (2012) 3CD Set
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 942 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: CPO | # CPO 777720-2 | Time: 03:30:55

One might expect Andrew Manze's interpretations of Johannes Brahms' four symphonies to adhere to ideas of the movement for historically informed performance practice, due to his scholarship and dedication to authenticity in his early music performances. However, and somewhat paradoxically, he and the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra have delivered more or less mainstream readings on modern instruments; there are no signs of late 19th century woodwind or brass timbres, and the strings play with standard vibrato. Yet Manze's historical fact finding has gone to a deeper level than just replicating instrumentation or orchestral scale, and he has found numerous clues to Brahms' intentions in the composer's transcriptions of the symphonies for two pianos, which often vary with the published orchestral scores in accentuation, tempo indications, and phrasing. These are fine points that can be discerned with careful listening and great familiarity with many other recordings of the symphonies, both conventional and historic, but they may not be the main thing listeners will consider in appreciating this set.

Bruno Walter - The Edition (2013)  

Posted by peotuvave at May 30, 2015
Bruno Walter - The Edition (2013)

Bruno Walter - The Edition (2013)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 11.58 GB | 39 CDs | Full Scans
Genre: Classical | Label: Sony | Catalog Number: 548952

This box set contains the complete symphonies of Beethoven and Brahms, the later symphonies of Mozart, symphonies of Mahler and Bruckner, CDs with rehearsals and many more. The German born conductor Bruno Walter (1876-1962) was known primarily for his interpretations of the Viennese school. Though out of step with 20th century trends he was such a fine musician that he became a major figure - filling the wide gulf between the extremes of his day - Arturo Toscanini and Wilhelm Furtwängler.

Brahms - Symphonies Nos.1-4 (Otto Klemperer) (2004)  Music

Posted by Ebisu at June 6, 2014
Brahms - Symphonies Nos.1-4 (Otto Klemperer) (2004)

Brahms - Symphonies Nos.1-4 (Otto Klemperer) (2004)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Img+Cue, Log | Covers | 0.97 GB
Label: EMI | Catalog N.: 5 62742 2 | TT: 213:48

Otto Klemperer's Brahms needs no introduction. It remains a classic reference edition, one of the very few complete cycles with absolutely no weak links. It's customary to call these performances "granitic", an adjective that certainly applies to the First Symphony but doesn't begin to describe the swift and thrilling finale of the Fourth, the grand but impulsive Third (with its first-movement repeat in place), or the warmly lyrical Second. In general Klemperer's unsentimental but always gripping approach to this music practically defines the word "idiomatic". The Alto Rhapsody with Christa Ludwig also is one of the great ones, while the shorter works share the same virtues as the symphonies.
Bruno Walter & New York Philharmonic/Columbia Symphony Orchestra - Schubert/Beethoven, Symphonies 8/5 (1999)  PS3 ISO + FLAC

Bruno Walter & New York Philharmonic / Columbia Symphony Orchestra
Schubert: Symphony No. 8 / Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 (1958) [Reissue 1999]

PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 57:36 minutes | Artwork (PDF) | 1,88 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Artwork (PDF) | 1,19 GB
Richard Wagner - Orchestral Music from the Operas (Bruno Walter) (1994)

Richard Wagner - Orchestral Music from the Operas (Siegfried-Idyll, Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg,
Der fliegende Hollander, Lohengrin, Parsifal, Tannhauser) (Bruno Walter) (1994)

Classical | Eac. Flac, Tracks+Cue, Log | Scans | 637.01 MB
Label: Sony | TT: 2:20:59

Bruno Walter's recording of the Siegfried Idyll with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra is radiantly beautiful–one of the most affecting of all this great conductor's statements. The horns wobble and nick a couple of notes, the ensemble isn't always perfect, and little things happen in the winds, but the sense of what the music is about–the character of the solo playing, the phrasing, and the wonderful feeling of delicacy and joy–is unmatched by anyone, except perhaps Karajan. The "cradle song" quality of the oboe solo early in the piece is captured to perfection, and the music moves along without ever being in a hurry. The end just floats away without seeming to drag or slow down at all. –Ted Libbey
Ludwig van Beethoven - Bruno Walter - Symphony 6 (1958, SACD Remaster 1999) {Single Layer-SACD // ISO & FLAC}

Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony 6 in F Major, Op. 68 "Pastorale"
Columbia Symphony Orchestra / Bruno Walter
SACD ISO Stereo: 1,63 GB | 24B/88,2kHz Stereo FLAC: 760 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Sony Classical # SS 6012 | Country/Year: US 1999, 1958
Genre: Classical | Style: Classical Period

…The rating says five stars. I say: there are too many stars to count. Get this SACD, and listen to Beethoven the humanist who plumbed and characterized all those joys and struggles we have come to call the human condition.
Brahms - Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2 (Vladimir Jurowski) (2010)

Brahms - Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2 (Vladimir Jurowski) (2010)
Classical | Eac, Flac, Img+Cue, Log | Covers | 359.76 MB
Label: LPO | Catalog N.: LPO-0043 | TT - 85:47

This CD captures the impassioned live performances of Brahms’s first two symphonies conducted by the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Principal Conductor Vladimir Jurowski. Jurowski came to international attention and recognition on disc in 2005 with two Tchaikovsky releases: Suite No.3 on PentaTone and on the LPO label his debut recording Tchaikovsky's Manfred Symphony, both widely and critically acclaimed releases. As Hugh Canning in The Sunday Times noted 'Jurowski is proving himself one of the rising podium stars, especially in his native Russian music'.
Bruno Walter/CSO - Beethoven: Symphony No.6 in F major, Op.68 "Pastorale" (1958) 24-Bit/96-kHz Vinyl Rip

Bruno Walter/CSO - Beethoven: Symphony No.6 in F major, Op.68 "Pastorale"
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/96-kHz | FLAC tracks | Full Scan Covers | MU, RS | 825 MB 3% recovery
1958 | Genre: Classical | Label: Columbia | MS-6012 | US pressing

This is an energetic and well played performance and Mark Obert-Thorn has done marvellously well with the transfer. I love the “Pastoral” of all symphonies and to be able to hear this recording from seventy years ago in very tolerable sound is wonderful. I must say that for the general listener the recording from 1960 on Sony is in better sound and indeed a better performance. The Columbia Symphony Orchestra was in fact the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. There is another recording from 1946 from Philadelphia but I haven’t heard it in a decent transfer.
(David R Dunsmore)
Brahms: Symphonies Nos 2 - 4; Serenade No. 2 - Wiener Philharmoniker; István Kertėsz (rare)

Johannes Brahms: Symphonies No. 2 in D major, Op. 73, No. 3 in F major Op. 90, No. 4 in E minor Op. 98, Serenade No. 2 in D major, Op. 73
Wiener Philharmoniker, London Symphony Orchestra (Op. 73); István Kertėsz conductor

Classical | 2 CD | EAC Rip | 687 Mb | FLAC+LOG+M3u | No Cue | No scans | 8 RS links
Publisher: Decca

Editorial Reviews -
This was Istvan Kertesz' last major project. Early in the 1960s, he had conducted the Dvorřak symphonies with such authority that he recorded the complete cycle for London–an epoch-making set that's still highly recommended today. For those recordings Kertesz had the London Symphony Orchestra, but his best recordings were made in Vienna. His notorious dislike of rehearsals was bound to appeal to the equally relaxed and tradition-conscious Viennese, particularly when it came to music they knew well. The result is a real musical love-in, with the orchestra the star of the show and the performance some of the best Brahms that money can buy. –David Hurwitz