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3 Daniel Barenboim DVDs. Beethoven, - Mozart, - Liszt, - Brahms, - Elgar, - Wagner.

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3 Daniel Barenboim DVDs. Beethoven, - Mozart, - Liszt, - Brahms, - Elgar, - Wagner.

4 DVD. Euroarts

New Copys. Region 0. (all countries)

 

DVD 1 & 2. Do you only want this DVD. Press here

Daniel Barenboim: 50 Years on Stage. Jubilee Concert. Beethoven, Mozart, Albeniz.

Region Code: 0. Can be Playable worldwide.

There are subtitles in English, German, French

2 DVD. Euroarts. VBM 0070-9

 

1. Sonata for Piano no 10 in C major, K 330 (300h) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Classical
Written: 1781-1783


2. Sonata for Piano no 23 in F minor, Op. 57 "Appassionata" by Ludwig van Beethoven

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Classical
Written: 1804-1805; Vienna, Austria


3. Suite Iberia by Isaac Albeniz

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1906-1908; France
 

 

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Daniel Barenboim: The Liszt Recital from la Scala.

1 DVD. Euroarts. 2056748

 

1. Années de pèlerinage, deuxième année, S 161 "Italie": no 4, Sonetto 47 del Petrarca by Franz Liszt
 
Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1837-1849; Weimar, Germany


2. Années de pèlerinage, deuxième année, S 161 "Italie": no 5, Sonetto 104 del Petrarca by Franz Liszt

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1837-1849; Weimar, Germany


3. Années de pèlerinage, deuxième année, S 161 "Italie": no 6, Sonetto 123 del Petrarca by Franz Liszt

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1837-1849; Weimar, Germany


4. Années de pèlerinage, deuxième année, S 161 "Italie": no 7, Après une lecture du Dante by Franz Liszt

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1837-1849; Weimar, Germany


5. Légendes (2) for Piano, S 175: no 1, St Francis of Assisi preaching by Franz Liszt

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1863; Rome, Italy


6. Paraphrase on the "Miserere" from Verdi's "Trovatore", S 433 by Franz Liszt

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1859; Weimar, Germany


7. Paraphrase on themes from Verdi's "Aida", S 436 by Franz Liszt

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1879; Rome, Italy


8. Paraphrase on Quartet from Verdi's "Rigoletto", S 434 by Franz Liszt

Performer: Daniel Barenboim (Piano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1859; Weimar, Germany

 

Recorded live at the Teatro alla Scala, Milan, 28 May 2007.

Picture Format: NTSC 16:9 anamorphic
Sound Format: PCM Stereo / Dolby Digital 5.1 / DTS 5.1
Region Code: 0 (All regions)
Booklet Notes: English, German, French
Running Time: 102 min
 

 

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Edward Elgar: Cello Concerto. & Johannes Brahms: Symphony no. 1. & Richard Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, (prelude to Act III) Alisa Weilerstein (cello), Berliner Philharmoniker, Daniel Barenboim.

1 DVD. Euroarts 2058068

 


“There's no old man's regret in [Weilerstein's] performance, which is passionate and full-blooded, and shot through with grief and longing rather than any nostalgia...Barenboim has always been an excellent Brahmsian...and he rounds the concert off with a richly satisfying account of the First Symphony. No real surprises, but not far from perfection” BBC Music Magazine, January 2011 *****

“The young American cellist Ailsa Weilerstein simply steals the show. Her musicianship is absolutely stunning. She captures a perfect balance between introversion and songfulness, sensitivity and whimsy, seemingly at one with the music...The filming captures the event's rapt atmosphere, if a bit busily.” Classic FM Magazine, June 2011 ****

“[The Elgar] is gripping from the very start...[Weilerstein] never holds back and takes some impressive risks, perhaps inspired by an accompaniment that convinces me, for the time, of the Berlin Philharmonic being the finest orchestra for Elgar, as well as for everything else.” Gramophone Magazine, August 2011

“[In the Brahms and Wagner] the Berliners' majestic playing is deeply impressive, their timbral and intonational blend bordering on the miraculous...playing at this level of achievement still has the power to have one shaking one's head in disbelief at its sheer expertise...[Weilerstein] plays with compelling flair and understanding” International Record Review, January 2012
 

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