Busoni: Doktor Faust

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  • Release Date: 9/27/2011
  • Label: London Philharmonic
  • UPC: 854990001567
  • Catalog Number: 56
  • Sales rank: 267,104

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Prologue 1. Euerer Magnifizenz Verzeihung - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (3:12)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  2. 2 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Prologue 1. Also lasst die Studenten ein - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (2:24)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  3. 3 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Prologue 1. Wer seid Ihr? - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (5:02)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  4. 4 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Prologue 2. Ein einzelner blieb - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (5:20)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  5. 5 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Prologue 2. Willst Du mir dienen? - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (8:36)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  6. 6 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Scene 1. Was wünscht die schöne Herrin zu erschaue - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (6:16)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  7. 7 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Scene 1. Endet das Spiel! - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (2:27)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, John Cameron, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  8. 8 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Scene 1. Er ruft mich - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (6:03)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Heather Harper, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  9. 9 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Scene 1. Was Wichtges, sagt Ihr? - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (2:25)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, John Cameron, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  10. 10 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Symphonic Intermezzo - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (7:13)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  11. 11 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Scene 2. So lang man Jugend hat - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (5:39)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAmbrosian Singers, Adrian Boult, London Philharmonic Chorus, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Academy of Music Chorus
  12. 12 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Final Scene. Ihr Männer und Frauen, lasst euch sag - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (2:11)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Richard Lewis, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  13. 13 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Final Scene. Die Antrittsrede Euerer Magnifizenz - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (3:26)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  14. 14 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Final Scene. Das Haus ist mir bekannt - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (3:56)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  15. 15 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Final Scene. Meine bösen Geister - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (3:24)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  16. 16 Doktor Faust, opera in 8 scenes (unfinished), KiV 303: Final Scene. Blut meines Blutes - Ferruccio Busoni & Ferruccio Busoni (6:09)
    Composed byFerruccio Busoni
    Conducted byAdrian Boult
    Performed byAdrian Boult, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, London Philharmonic Orchestra
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  • Posted December 14, 2011

    A thoroughly engaging listen

    Busoni's German libretto and beautifully dark orchestration are highlighted in this splendid recording of a 1959 BBC broadcast of the London Philharmonic under Adrian Boult's baton. All the voices are superbly cast and sung with bravado. An excellent addition for the more obscure opera seeker's collection.

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  • Posted December 6, 2011

    Boult, Busoni and Fischer-Dieskau!

    This release offers a gripping account of Busoni¿s opera from a 1959 BBC broadcast of the shortened and accessible version of the unfinished score which was made by Sir Adrian Boult and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Fischer-Dieskau is at the height of powers and Paul Lewis is a chilling and effective Mephistopheles. The score seems to suit Boult¿s sensibilities and he expertly leads the London Philharmonic Orchestra through this difficult Modernist score. One unfortunate drawback on the part of the London Philharmonic¿s label is the absence of a libretto; I doubt the addition of a few more pages would have broken the bank. That said, this is an important release of an under-recorded work.

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