Barockorchester, Freiburger / Heras-Casado, Pablo: Beethoven: Symphony No.9 Choral Fantasy

Freiburger Barockorchester: Beethoven: Symphony No.9 Choral Fantasy

Barockorchester, Freiburger / Heras-Casado, Pablo: Beethoven: Symphony No.9 Choral Fantasy

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Title: Beethoven: Symphony No.9 Choral Fantasy
Artist: Barockorchester, Freiburger / Heras-Casado, Pablo
Label: Harmonia Mundi
UPC: 3149020940754
Genre: Classical Artists

A fantasy that turned into a symphony? First and foremost, this double album enshrines the exemplary work of an ensemble whose designation 'Baroque Orchestra' by no means limits it's excursions into later repertories: under the watchful eye of a gifted conductor, the 'Freiburgers' (and co.) offer us a profoundly renewed vision of the Ninth, that myth among myths, that touchstone of a genre in quest of the absolute - and the direct descendant of a much earlier 'Choral Fantasy'. The latter work showcased one of Beethoven's most extraordinary talents: improvisation. Kristian Bezuidenhout has joined forces again with his concerto partners to let us experience this little-known score as if it had just been premiered... then transcribed by Beethoven himself! 2020 release.

1.1 Symphony No.9 "Choral" Op.125
1.2 In D minor / D-Moll / RÉ Mineur
1.3 I. Allegro Ma Non Troppo, Un Poco Maestoso
1.4 II. Molto Vivace
1.5 III. Adagio Molto E Cantabile
1.6 IV. Finale. Presto
2.1 Choral Fantasy Op.80 for Piano Choir and Orchestra
2.2 In C minor / C-Moll / Ut Mineur
2.3 Adagio
2.4 Finale. Allegro
2.5 Adagio Ma Non Troppo
2.6 Allegro
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