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A close musical friendship has now linked Mariss Jansons and the Vienna Philharmonic over decades. Mariss Jansons, a conductor who is always searching and tirelessly striving for the most intensive musical statement, arrives at a closer understanding than many others of his kindred spirit, Anton Bruckner.
The collaboration on Bruckner's Sixth Symphony in the summer of 2016 during the Salzburg Festival, which we release here exclusively as an unedited live recording, documents this intensity and depth in a particularly impressive manner.
The current revival of interest in Austrian composer Franz Schmidt – his Fourth is now recognized as one of the great symphonies of the 20th century – is about to receive a big boost with a new recording of his lesser-known Second Symphony on Sony Classical. It is performed by the Vienna Philharmonic, in which Schmidt himself played as a cellist, frequently under Gustav Mahler. This symphony, which has been in the Vienna Philharmonic's repertoire since 1914, is a "work of tremendous, immediate appeal and a compositional tour de force" (Gramophone Magazine).
At the Salzburg Festival in August 1971, a remarkable collaboration began between the Vienna Philharmonic and Riccardo Muti. With his profound knowledge of the specific Vienna Philharmonic sound, Muti was awarded Honorary Membership in the orchestra in Salzburg in 2011.
The recording at hand of the oratorio Ivan the Terrible, op.116, under the baton of Riccardo Muti from the Salzburg Festival 2010 was a Vienna Philharmonic first performance.
Ivan the Terrible represents the culmination of the artistic partnership between Sergei Prokofiev (1891–1953) and Sergei Eisenstein (1898–1948), undoubtedly the most important and well-known film director of the early Soviet Union.
Vienna Philharmonic Special Annual Edition 2015
On August 15, 1998, in the Large Festival Hall in Salzburg, the Vienna Philharmonic performed Mozart's Rondo for Violin and Orchestra, KV 373, Lorin Maazel's Music for Violin and Orchestra, op. 12, and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 in B minor, op.74 ('Pathétique'). Lorin Maazel played the solo part and led the orchestra in the Mozart, was the soloist in his own composition and then conducted the symphony to close the program. Thus, this CD represents a tribute to the artist Lorin Maazel as violinist, composer and conductor.
Vienna Philharmonic Special Annual Edition 2014
The Vienna Philharmonic performs Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 5, in B-flat major, WAB 105, under the baton of Christian Thielemann. This recording appears under the orchestra's own label. The symphony was recorded on August 10, 2013, in the Large Festival Hall in Salzburg.
With this world premiere recording, the Vienna Philharmonic offers new perspectives on the most visionary voice of Nordic music and one of the greatest symphonists of our time, Danish composer Per Nørgård (b. 1932).
Conducted on this occasion by Finnish Sakari Oramo, these performances of Nørgård’s Symphonies 1 and 8 – two milestones composed with almost six decades between them – are the Vienna Philharmonic’s first recording of new Nordic music.
Vienna Philharmonic Special Annual Edition 2013
Otto Nicolai: Ouvertüre zu "Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor"
Richard Wagner: Tannhäuser, Overture & Bacchanale
Hector Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique, op.14
Jacques Offenbach: Barcarole
DER Beethoven Zyklus des 21. Jahrhunderts! Jetzt als Gesamtedition in HD-Qualität und 5.0 Surround-Sound in einer Box!
Christian Thielemann und die Wiener Philharmoniker haben alle neun Beethoven Sinfonien im Goldenen Saal des Wiener Musikvereins aufgenommen. Begleitet werden die Sinfonien von neun Stunden Dokumentationen mit Christian Thielemann und Joachim Kaiser in jeweils einer ein-stündigen Dokumentation für jede Sinfonie.
"Ihm (Thielemann) liegt das Live-Publikum im Goldenen Saal des Wiener Musikvereins bereits nach der ausgezeichneten Interpretation der Ersten Sinfonie besinnungslos zu Füßen." (Crescendo)
"Man spürt, wie die Musiker, von denen einige diese Symphonien gewiss schon Dutzende von Malen gespielt haben, dieses Musizieren unter Thielemann genießen..." (Das Orchester)
"Ein gewinnbringender Einsatz der Möglichkeiten von Archiv & Technik." (Fono Forum)
In commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the death of Joseph Haydn in 2009, the Vienna Philharmonic has released a special edition providing a brief insight into the magnitude of Haydn's compositional output, while at the same time furnishing a selective documentation of the Philharmonic's own Haydn interpretations. This edition includes live performances with five different conductors which were recorded between 1972 und 2009.