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Jul 2015

Tchaikovsky: Romeo & Julia; Symphony No.5


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Peter Tchaikovsky
Romeo and Julia • Symphony no.5 e-minor op.64
»Romeo und Julia« Fantasie-Ouverture • »Romeo et Juliette« Fantasie-Ouverture
Symphony no.5 e-minor op.64 • Symphonie Nr.5 e-moll op.64 • Symphonie no. 5 mi mineur op.64

Cologne New Philharmonic Volker Hartung, conductor
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Tchaikovsky's 5th Symphony and Romeo & Julia Fantasy overture is presented here in an exiting performance under my direction at Tonhalle Dusseldorf, Germany.
This project was one of our most interesting and rewarding experiences and a great success with the audience in February 1998.
The wonderful playing by the Cologne Phil woodwind section was made possible by flutist Ed Senechal, Miltos Mumulides at the clarinet and bassoonist Dejan Topchiev together with their colleagues.
The famous French horn solo part in the slow movement was delivered 'con anima' and beautiful sound by Ansgar Faust. The great Jürgen Schuster played the Principal Trumpet. Concert masters Galina Stamenowa and Anja Bucoveç as well as principal cellist Jadranka Gasparovic and bassist Alexander Tchernoussov were leading the powerful string section.
These recordings have never been published before.
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Tschaikowskys Fünfte Symphonie und die Romeo & Julia Fantasie Ouvertüre in einer feurigen Aufführung aus der Tonhalle Düsseldorf.
Dieses Projekt war eine unserer interessantesten und erfolgreichsten Erfahrungen und ein großer Erfolg beim Publikum im Februar 1998.
Das fabelhafte Zusammenspiel der Kölner Holzbläser wurde ermöglicht durch Ed Senechal an der 1.Flöte, Klarinettist Miltos Mumulides, Fagottist Dekan Topchiev und Kollegen. Das berühmte Horn-Solo im langsamen Satz blies Ansgar Faust mit viel Seele und schönem Ton. Der großartige Jürgen Schuster spielte die 1. Trompete.
Konzertmeisterinnen Galina Stamenowa und Anja Bukovec, sowie Solo-Cellistin Jadranka Gasparovic und Bassist Sascha Tchernoussov führten die großartige Streichergruppe an.

Diese Aufnahmen sind nie zuvor veröffentlicht worden.
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Wir wünschen Ihnen Viel Spaß beim Hören!











The Carnival of Animals

The Carnival of Animals

Camille Saint-Saëns »Le Carnaval des Animaux«, Grand Fantaisie zoologique pour 2 pianos et orchestre
»Der Karneval der Tiere«, Große Zoologische Fantasie für 2 Klaviere und Orchester
»The Carnival of animals«, Zoological Fantasy for 2 pianos and orchestra

Nataša Majer & Ana Pišpek, piano • Jadranka Gasparoviç, Violoncello • Miltos Mumulides, clarinet Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Volker Hartung
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The Carnival of Animals
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Ouverture to "The Marriage of Figaro«

Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880)
»The Tears of Jacqueline« for Cello and string orchestra

Niccolo Paganini/Tommasini
»The Carnival in Venise« for Clarinet and Orchestra
Jadrank Gasparovic, cello

Peter Tschaikowsky (1840-1893)
Nocturne for Cello and String Orchestra
Soloist Serge Belesow, violoncello

Alexander Glasunow (1865-1936)
»Reverie Orientale« for Clarinet and Strings
Soloist Miltos Mumulides, Clarinet

Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921)
The Carnival of Animals for 2 Pianos and Orchestra
Miltos Mumulides, clarinet • Nataša Majer & Ana Pišpek, piano • Yevgenij Cherednichenko, flute •
Alexander Tchernoussov, bass • Jadranka Gasparovic, cello
Cologne New Philharmonic
Volker Hartung, conductor

Camille Saint-Saëns' »Carneval of the Animals« was first performed on March 9, 1886, at the annual Shrove Tuesday concert of the cellist Lebouc. On this occasion, Louis Diemer and Saint-Saens himself were the pianists. Later that year,
Liszt visited Paris, and, hearing of the Carnaval, requested a performance. This was arranged for him at the home of Madame Viardot. Although the work was given subsequently on a few special occasions, it remained in manuscript until the composer's death since he had raised the interdict on publication. But ever since the elderly Monsieur Lebouc first gave hesitant sound to Le Cygne on that distant Parisien Tuesday, this number has enjoyed the widest possible fame.

Listen to this brilliant live performance of the Cologne New Philharmonic Orchestra in Cologne’s Philharmonic Hall
- and have fun!