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en/de/fr. are perfect. Typically, the p crotchets in the horn are hardly heard, but often, the crescendo is started already in bar 222. The CD release also includes Overtures and the violin concerto, with Isaac Stern. [10] The manuscript, which was for a time owned by Felix Mendelssohn,[2] is now in the Berlin State Library and can be seen online. 60, is a symphony in four movements composed by Ludwig van Beethoven in the summer of 1806. That’s enough to cause momentary irritation in direct comparisons, but of course inconspicuous in a concert. Is the orchestra reaching its limits? 5 in C Minor, Op. Orchestra arrangement: Vl 1 — Vl 2 — Vla — Vc. Presto, Violin Part - 9 in A Major, Op. correctly (see the score sample above), though at this tempo the rhythm in this passage is difficult to follow exactly. So far, all symphonies are done, most of the concertos (the piano concertos are played by Boris Berezovsky), plus some other works, such as overtures, and “Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus”. In parallel to the Beethoven recordings, Zinman invited conductors such as Frans Brüggen (1934 – 2014) who introduced the orchestra into historically informed playing. Duration: 7’39”A tad faster than Böhm, but more vivid, more eruptive, with pretty good coordination within the strings (too much vibrato in the violins). Overall Duration: 34’16“Rating (see above for details): 3.3 — A good, “classic” interpretation. I heard people say that he told the orchestra not to play too soft in pp / ppp sections, because he was afraid of the orchestra losing the roundness of the sound — it is likely true and fits the picture I have of him. If you know these recordings, please let me hear your opinion, if possible of course! Misc. Orchestra arrangement: Vl 1 — Vla — Vc — Vl 2. The rhythmic figure of the opening theme persists throughout, and underpins, the whole movement: Tovey calls the first episode (or second subject) "a still more subtle melody": The main theme returns in an elaborate variation, followed by a middle episode and the reappearance of the varied main theme, now played by the flute. The tuning in Hogwood’s recording is slightly below modern orchestral tuning (a’ = 430 rather than a’ = 440 – 442). The first movement is in 22 time. The movement is still too slow, in view of recent recordings, but at least, here, the orchestra is more equilibrated than in the recording with the New York Philharmonics. I may at some point discuss Beethoven’s piano concerto op.15, where his and Christoph Eschenbach’s tempo selection (in the slow movement) is the worst and most inappropriate that I have ever heard … From my statements about Masur you will understand that I’m unlikely to add much more Karajan to my collection now! Duration: 9’45”As slow as Otto Klemperer‘s interpretation, but flatter, both dynamically, as well as in phrasing and articulation, and with too much vibrato. More recently, conductors such as Michael Gielen (1927 – 2019) or Sir Roger Norrington or  (and followers such as Zinman and Dausgaard) have proven these metronome values not only to be playable, but that they make real sense! IV – mm. are (apparently correctly) played as appoggiaturas, which some listeners may find unusual. Still, Walter cares for the details, sich as the rhythmic “collisions” in bars 69ff. The latter is especially true for Toscanini’s tempo selections, at least in the fast movements. Overall Duration: 31’54“ (incl. Het werk werd voor het eerst uitgevoerd in Wenen op 8 december 1813 tijdens een benefietconcert voor de soldaten die gewond waren geraakt tijdens de Slag van Hanau. Toscanini uses limited agogics, his tempo can often be characterized as relentless  — with the one exception of a slow-down in the second theme, around bar 107ff., or in the successive, transitioning scales around bar 290ff. There are several theories about why, if so, he did not do this. Blog post #563 — #rolfsmblog • With occasional coordination / precision issues, especially in the punctuated f / sf sections (greetings from Bruno Walter!). [37], More recently some conductors of modern symphony or chamber orchestras have recorded the Fourth (along with other Beethoven symphonies), drawing to a greater or lesser degree on the practices of the specialist groups. 7 in A major, Op. Duration: 6’40” without applauseAn excellent interpretation; probably at the very limit of the orchestra’s abilities. A regular recapitulation is followed by a coda that makes a final allusion to the main theme, and the timpani bring the movement to an end with the last appearance of the rhythmic theme with which the movement began. The vibrato in the flute is rather obnoxious (nervousness / stage anxiety?). All I hear from that is an attempt to make this a stereo recording, which of course it wasn’t and still isn’t. Overall Duration: 35’56”Rating (see above for details): 2.8 — One of the better conventional interpretations (I prefer it over Böhm, for instance), Beethoven: Symphonies 1 – 9, Introductions by Sir Roger Norrington, Sir Roger Norrington, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart, Hänssler Classics  (5 CDs + Bonus CD, stereo); ℗ 2000 / © 2000Booklet: 17 pp. Background, About the Composition. Overall Duration: 35’27”Rating (see above for details): 3.8 — A good, early / pioneering HIP recording, meanwhile partially superseded by newer recordings that may provide an experience that is closer to Beethoven’s (alleged) intent, even without period instruments. 7 in A Major, Op. As well as the tempi adopted by the performers, the playing time is affected by the decision to play or omit the. This is from a collection of live concert recordings that Wilhelm Furtwängler (1886 – 1954) made 1948 – 1954, with various orchestras; this symphony was recorded in 1953, with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The fee is variously described as "350 florins" and "500 gulden". I’m not quite sure, but it could well be that the pp beginning of the Coda is played with solo cello — I think this would be legitimate, and of course it avoids coordination issues. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. In the discussion below, I deal with the recordings in alphabetic order. It’s hard to argue about this (other than stating that nobody else does it), as the score has no indications about the repeat pass — though one might ask why the Menuetto should be played 4 1/2 times and the Trio only twice? Overall Duration: 35’12”Rating (see above for details): 2.3 — I would not recommend this, other than to hard-core Böhm fans…, Beethoven: Symphonies 4 & 5, Coriolan Overture, Thomas Dausgaard, Swedish Chamber Orchestra Örebro, Simax classics/ iTunes download (CD, stereo, 256 kbps); ℗ 2000Booklet: none, Since 1997, Thomas Dausgaard (*1963) is the principal conductor of the Swedish Chamber Orchestra in Örebro. The same can be said about the accelerando at the end of the movement. Menuetto: Allegro vivace, 3/4— Trio: Un poco meno Allegro, 3/4, makes slow playing in this movement almost unbearable, Isabelle Faust / ZKO in Zurich, 2015-02-03 | Rolf's Music Blog, Schumann: Symphony No.1 in B♭, op.38 | Rolf's Music Blog, Daniele Gatti — KKL Lucerne, 2018-01-23 | Rolf's Music Blog, Maurice Steger, Howard Griffiths — Bern, 2018-03-18 | Rolf's Music Blog, Beethoven: Symphony No.3 op.55, "Eroica" | Rolf's Music Blog, Beethoven: Symphony No.7 in A, op.92 | Rolf's Music Blog, Lipkind, Čepaitė / YES Orchestra — Basel, 2019-09-26 | Rolf's Music Blog, Beethoven: String Quartets, Comparison Summary, Baldur Brönnimann / Basel Sinfonietta — Münchenstein, 2020-11-22, Orpheum Foundation: David Nebel, Dorukhan Doruk, Oliver Schnyder — Baden, 2020-11-07, Els Biesemans, Capriccio Barockorchester — Kirche St.Peter, Zurich, 2020-10-18. Note that the color coding for the tempo (blue = slower, green = faster) refers to the average between the recordings, not to the metronome markings in the score: The ratings should be clear (1 = lowest/gray, 3 = yellow, 5 = highest/orange) — these are meant to be my personal opinion and relative, not absolute. (see the score sample above) is of course correct, the transitions in bars 98f. Though, it often sounds a bit pushed: likely Toscanini beating the orchestra past existing tempo conventions! This first stereo recording was made at a time when Klemperer was already impaired from an accident and was forced to conduct from a chair; the tempo must already have been substantially slower than at the peak of his career. (though clearly enhanced by the recording technician!). Occasional coordination issues (the size of the orchestra does not help here!). Overall Duration: 34’06”Rating (see above for details): 1.3 — Certainly a historic document for Furtwängler fans, but really hard to listen to, due to limitations in the technique (and the added noise from the audience). Work Title Symphony No.1 in C major Alt ernative. The instruments are modern, though also here, the timpani are played with wooden drum sticks, and of course, Norrington uses the arrangement with the violin voices on opposite positions on the podium, i.e., Vl 1 — Vla — Vc — Vl 2. On the other hand, from the careful articulation one can clearly sense that the orchestra has gone through detailed preparations. : the second clarinet in bars 215ff., second voices in various places), the lack if left-right antagonism between the two violin voices is a real pity. It is predominantly genial in tone, and has tended to be overshadowed by the weightier Beethoven symphonies that preceded and followed it – the Third Symphony (Eroica) and the Fifth. Orchestra arrangement: Vl 1 — Vl 2 — Vla — Vc. Overall, though, still an interpretation with drive and rhythm. The notation has apparently been unclear, but whichever version is chosen, it should be played the same way in both instances (I suspect that most people in an audience would expect acciaccaturas). Beethoven fondly referred to it as "my little Symphony in F", distinguishing it from his Sixth Symphony, a longer work also in F.. One interesting fact: Hogwood directs the symphony from a fortepiano (he does this up to and including symphony No.4), though to the CD listener this is mostly inconspicuous: I only really noticed it towards the end of the second movement. Also, Zinman uses the new Bärenreiter edition, and he observes Beethoven’s metronome markings, and he also used fewer string players rather than the full orchestral apparatus. 1 Things to do 4 Identify the key signatures of all keys in each of these examples. [2] The Fourth Symphony contrasts with Beethoven's style in the previous Third Symphony (Eroica), and has sometimes been overshadowed by its massive predecessor[n 4] and its fiery successor, the Fifth Symphony.[2]. Duration: 5’57”Traditional from the overall sound (big orchestra), rhythmically sometimes a bit over-accentuated. I’m sure people in a contemporary audience have had a good laugh about this (today’s audiences are far too serious to even notice the joke, unless they are told about it!). But altogether too well-behaved (the slowest performance in this comparison), very little, if any, agogics — still the best of Böhm’s movements in this symphony. That has definitely already influenced this recording, too. With an orchestra of that size, though, this comes at the price of often sounding pushed, if not rushed (the same can be observed in Bernstein’s last recording), and also syncopes and accents appear pushed, sudden rhythm changes don’t get the proper time & attention (see the newer recording below). [28] Beethoven's biographer Anton Schindler later recalled the Fourth as being a great success from the outset, although later scholars have expressed reservations about his reliability. 55, Sinfonia n. 4 in Si bemolle maggiore Op. [25], After some 340 bars of what Grove describes as a perpetuum mobile, Beethoven concludes the symphony with the Haydnesque device of playing the main theme at half speed, interrupted by pauses, before a final fortissimo flourish.[26]. In the bars leading into the Coda (bars 303ff., up to first fermata), the downward scales in the lower string voices are very impressive! 5 in C Minor, Op. Robert Schumann is said to have called the Fourth Symphony "a slender Greek maiden between two Norse giants",[n 5] and it was an important influence on his First Symphony. David Zinman (*1936) has directed the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich between 1995 and 2014, and in this time he has led the orchestra into a successful recording career — something we have missed from this orchestra for many years. [32] Mendelssohn loved the Fourth, and programmed it when he was conductor of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. The Horns continue with two p crotchets, followed by a 3/4 bar (D + B♭), then a bar with a dramatic crescendo, leading to the final ff chord in the entire orchestra:(only horn and trombone voices shown). (Parts 2, 3) Allegro molto assai (Alla marcia) ; Andante maestoso *#332353 - … This is the only real HIP (historically informed playing) in this comparison — instrument-wise, at least. Duration: 5’59”, exposition not repeatedUnfortunately, the Columbia Symphony Orchestra doesn’t quite master this movement. 7 2nd Clarinet (in A) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) Symphony No. I am curious to know your opinion about my 2 CD’s (Von Karajan & Berliner Phil. Duration: 5’45”, exposition not repeatedUnfortunately, the exposition is not repeated (als also in his last recording, see below). Overall Duration: 30’01”Rating (see above for details): 4.8 — Near the very top of my list — an excellent recording, overall, hard to beat, at least technically! Note that also here, the tempo is faster than typically expected. 6 was also my favorite, after I had been introduced to it through the film Soylent Green. could be a bit smoother; on the other hand, I like the way Bruno Walter leaves time for rhythmic transitions, e.g., around bar 280. There is a slight accelerando over the first 38 bars, but that’s not adding tension — quite to the contrary. 4: Consolidation of the New Aesthetic IV", "Early Music Copyrights: Did They Matter for Beethoven and Schumann? 1 (Бетовен); Simfonia núm. 4 in B Flat Major, Op. The quiet introduction is thirty-eight bars long, and is followed by a fortissimo repetition of the chord of F, leading into the allegro vivace first subject of the main, sonata form part of the movement, described by Grove as "gaiety itself, and most original gaiety":[16], The second subject is, in the words of Donald Tovey, "a conversation between the bassoon, the oboe, and the flute. 7 in A major, Op. Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. Symphony No. 92: Oboe I - page 1 (c) by CCARH 2008 Symphony No. A softer articulation in the accompaniment might have helped retaining the Adagio character. 4 in B-flat major, Op. Blog post #561 — #rolfsmblog • Symphony No.3 Alt ernative. Karajan’s case is probably a little more complicated: I never counted myself a member of his fan community. 1; 第1號交響曲 (貝多芬); Sinfonia n.º 1 (Beethoven); Simfonija br. (see the score sample above) right! Dausgaard’s tempo is close to Beethoven’s (hence also close to David Zinman‘s), the articulation is light, but slightly softer and less polished (more elastic, more “human”) than with the Tonhalle Orchestra / Zinman. On the positive side: Böhm’s orchestra arrangement is Vl 1 — Vla — Vc — Vl 2. Allegro vivace 1. As expected, this is played without vibrato — but at 1/8 = 66, the melody lacks the cantabile character, is flat not only in tone, but also in emotion: it seems that playing without vibrato really asks for a tempo close to Beethoven’s specification of 1/8 = 84! [1] After this, Oppersdorff offered the composer a substantial sum to write a new symphony for him. Also, I don’t quite understand why Walter accelerates towards the end of the exposition. 00:00 - Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso14:21 - Scherzo: Molto vivace -- Presto29:03 - Adagio molto e cantabile42:42 - Recitative Daniel Barenboim conducts the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra - Beethoven's Symphony No.4 in B flat, Op.60 - BBC PROMS 2012 Zinman opted for the latter — and we indeed hear excellent coordination & precision in the orchestra’s playing. A seemingly simple movement, Adagio, 3/4 (104 bars). Beethoven: The Complete Symphonies and Piano Concertos; Choral Fantasia; Great Fugue op.133; Overtures Leonore 1-3, Coriolan, Prometheus, Otto Klemperer, Philharmonia Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim, EMI 5 73895 2 (9 CDs, stereo); ℗ / © 2000, This is part of the complete cycle of Beethoven symphonies (later also including the piano concertos, with Daniel Barenboim and the New Philharmonia Orchestra) that Otto Klemperer (1885 – 1973) realized in the late fifties, with the Philharmonia Orchestra; Symphony No.4 was recorded in 1957 (Klemperer made one additional recording for a TV series celebrating Beethoven’s 200th birthday, around 1970). The Symphony No. Duration: 6’15”The articulation is definitely lighter than with Furtwängler or Böhm, but the sound is still that of a very big orchestra (relatively speaking): a Minuet, really? According to the musicologist Robert Greenberg of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music: The symphony has been recorded, in the studio and in concert performances, more than a hundred times. In bar 373, a syncopated rhythm is disrupted by a staccato note on the first beat. It sounds fast at first (when comparing with traditional recordings, possibly with the listener’s expectations), but then one realizes that Zinman correctly takes this alla breve, i.e., in halves rather than quarter notes, and so, this sounds totally natural. The Symphony No. Duration: 5’50”Very determined, firm, rather strict (a rather wild Minuet / dance! Despite the fast(est) tempo, I don’t perceive this as “cold perfection”; I really like this interpretation, even though occasionally, a little less pushing, allowing for more agogics and elasticity in the tempo would make this even better (for this movement I would definitely prefer the setting with opposing violins, even though this might mean a tad less perfection!). In the Allegro vivace part, the second theme is played slightly slower, but otherwise, the tempo is kept straight. In general, I think the orchestra is working at its limits (coordination!) It was premiered in March 1807 at a private concert at the home of Joseph Franz von Lobkowitz. Beethoven, Ludwig van. [37][39], Recordings from the stereo LP era of the mid-1950s to the 1970s include those conducted by Otto Klemperer (1957), Pierre Monteux (1959), Herbert von Karajan (1963) and Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt (1966). First Movement (Andante) Form: Sonata Form. Toscanini subordinates everything to the cantabile, i.e., the melody line is key in this interpretation, but definitely without the larmoyance in Bernstein’s last recording. at this tempo. Duration: 9’56”Compared to the more recent recording below (with the Vienna Philharmonics), this one is less intimate, less sweet, but now somewhat coarse, especially in the woodwinds, with too much vibrato in the Flute. 4 in B-flat major, Op. Symphony No. 60, is the fourth-published symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven. In the Fourth Symphony (and later, in the Seventh) Beethoven further departed from the traditional minuet-trio-minuet form by repeating the trio after the second rendition of the scherzo section, and then bringing the scherzo back for a third hearing. Symphony No.6 in F, Op.68 (“Pastoral”) Symphony No.7 in A, Op.92; Symphony No.8 in F, Op.93; Symphony No.9 in D minor, Op.125 (“Choral”) Sinfonia in C minor, Hess 298 [sketches] The “Jena” Symphony in C once attributed to Beethoven was actually written by Friedrich Witt. There are serious coordination issues in the strings. It was dedicated to Prince Konstantin of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst.It was premiered in 1881 by Hans Richter in Vienna to great acclaim.. 67, was written between 1804 and 1808. The tempo marking is Allegro ma non troppo; this, like that of the scherzo, is an afterthought on Beethoven's part: the original tempo indication in the autograph score is an unqualified "allegro". The only part which is better than in the recording with the Vienna Philharmonics is the Coda. The coordination in the orchestra is very good in general, e.g., in the tremoli in the strings, though with occasional inaccuracies (such as in the rhythmic 2 vs. 3 detail in bars 69ff., shown in the score sample above), possibly a result of the direction from a fortepiano (which happens to be audible towards the end of this movement). [37][38][40], The late 1950s and early 1960s saw the first recordings based on recent musicological ideas of authentic early-19th-century performance practice: Hermann Scherchen (1958) and René Leibowitz (1961) conducted sets of the symphonies attempting to follow Beethoven's metronome markings, which up to then had been widely regarded as impossibly fast. Rather boring. The Coda is excellent, avoiding unnecessary, premature ritardandi, hence really exposing Beethoven’s joke! 60 Ludwig van Beethoven", "Ludwig van Beethoven – Symphony No. [ 32 ] Mendelssohn loved the Fourth with the intricate, fast “ 2 3. 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