Schumann: Overtures

Schumann: Overtures

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by Johannes Wildner
     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
02/15/1994
Label:
Naxos
UPC:
0730099560825
catalogNumber:
8550608
Rank:
231287

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Tracks

  1. Overture, Scherzo, & Finale for orchestra in E minor / E major, Op. 52  - Robert Schumann  -  Polish Radio and Television National Symphony Orchestra  - Johannes Wildner
  2. Genoveva, opera, Op. 81: Overture  - Robert Schumann  -  Polish Radio and Television National Symphony Orchestra  - Johannes Wildner
  3. Overture to Schiller's Braut von Messina, for orchestra in C minor, Op. 100  - Robert Schumann  -  Polish Radio and Television National Symphony Orchestra  - Johannes Wildner
  4. Overture to Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, for orchestra in F minor, Op. 128  - Robert Schumann  -  Polish Radio and Television National Symphony Orchestra  - Johannes Wildner
  5. Overture to Goethe's Hermann und Dorothea, for orchestra in B minor, Op. 136  - Robert Schumann  -  Polish Radio and Television National Symphony Orchestra  - Johannes Wildner
  6. Scenes From Goethe's Faust for vocal soloists, chorus, & orchestra (or piano), WoO 3: Overture  - Robert Schumann  -  Polish Radio and Television National Symphony Orchestra  - Johannes Wildner
  7. Manfred, overture & incidental music, Op. 115: Overture  - Robert Schumann  -  Polish Radio and Television National Symphony Orchestra  - Johannes Wildner

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Schumann: Overtures 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Anyone who is a fan of Classical Music; in this case "Romantic Era German" will find this album a delight. This is a fine example of Schumann's style of music writing and is most excellently performed by Johannes Wildner and the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra. Indeed, one would almost certainly be inclined to conclude that Schumann's style of music writing seems to pick up where Beethoven's left off. an essential album.