Klassik  Sinfonische Musik
Gürzenich-Orchester Köln & Dmitrij Kitajenko Peter Ilyich Tchaikowsky: Manfred-Sinfonie op. 58 OC 665 SACD
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FormatSuper Audio CD
Ordering NumberOC 665
Release date03/05/2010
Players/ContributorsMusicians Composer
  • Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich

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      Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
      Manfred-Sinfonie op. 58
      Gürzenich-Orchester Cologne
      Dmitrij Kitajenko, conductor

      Dimitri Kitajenko, Conductor of Honor of the Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne since March 2009, has already completed a number of highly praised CD projects that have also won a number of awards. Recording Tchaikovsky’s complete symphonies is an undertaking that is particularly attractive because of the optimal conditions that now exist: the orchestra is in top form, today’s high-resolution and multi-channel SACD recording technology provides opportunities that completely eclipse previous technology, and last but not least, the conductor who leads us through Tchaikovsky’s symphonic works, Dimitri Kitajenko, Tchaikovsky from a master of the Russian conducting school is one of the last representatives of the great Russian conducting school. He studied at the Glinka Music School and the Rimski-Korsakov Conservatory of his home city, St. Petersburg. He continued studying with Leo Ginzburg in Moscow and attended the legendary conducting class held by Hans Swarowsky and Karl Österreicher in Vienna. In 1969 he won the First International Herbert von Karajan Conducting Competition in Berlin.
      The symphonic cycle will open with the Manfred Symphony, a programmatic work based on the drama by English poet George Gordon Byron.

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      SACD 1
      • Manfred-Symphonie h-Moll / Manfred Symphony B minor, Op. 58
        • 1.Lento lugubre – Moderato con moto – Andante18:01
        • 2.Vivace con spirito10:07
        • 3.Andante con moto12:27
        • 4.Allegro con fuoco20:47
      • Total:01:01:22