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Album · 2003 · 6 Songs. By Johannes Brahms - Fritz Busch, Kathleen Ferrier, The Danish Radio Male Chorus & The Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra. 2. Von Ewiger Liebe, Op. 43, No. 1. By Johannes Brahms - Kathleen Ferrier, Phyllis Spurr & Vienna Philharmonic. By Ludwig van Beethoven - Kathleen Ferrier, Vienna Philharmonic & Wilhelm Furtwängler. 5. Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op.
Kathleen Ferrier (alto), Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Danish Radio Male Chorus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Fritz Busch and Wilhelm Furtwängler. Two Immortal Concerts-Copenhagen 1949-50. Busch, Ferrier and Furtwängler. Kathleen Ferrier (alto). Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Danish Radio Male Chorus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Fritz Busch and Wilhelm Furtwängler. Release Date: 13th Jul 1995. Catalogue No: DACOCD301.
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The Vienna Philharmonic is based in the Musikverein in Vienna. Its members are selected from the orchestra of the Vienna State Opera. Selection involves a lengthy process, with each musician having to demonstrate his or her capability for a minimum of three years' performing for the opera and ballet. After this probationary period, the musician may request from the Vienna Philharmonic board an application for a position in the orchestra. Nicolai and the orchestra gave only 11 concerts in the ensuing five years, and when Nicolai left Vienna in 1847, the orchestra nearly folded (New Grove notes the disruption caused by the Revolution of 1848 as a hindrance). Richter led the VPO in the world premieres of Brahms's Second Symphony (in 1877), Tragic Overture (in 1880), and Symphony no. 3 (in 1883), the Violin Concerto of Tchaikovsky in 1881, and in 1892 the 8th symphony of Anton Bruckner.
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|Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)|
|A1||Alto Rhapsody Op. 53||13:53|
|A2||Von Ewiger Liebe Op. 43,1||3:20|
|A3||Wir Wandelten Op. 96,2 (1884/85)||3:00|
|Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)|
|Symphony No. 5 In C Minor Op. 67 (1804-08)|
|A4||Allegro Con Brio||8:28|
|B1||Andante Con Moto||11:42|
- Recorded At – Radiohusets Koncertsal
- Recorded At – KB Hallen
- Alto Vocals – Kathleen Ferrier (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Chorus – The Danish Radio Male Chorus* (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Conductor – Fritz Busch (tracks: A1 to A3), Wilhelm Furtwängler (tracks: A4 to B3)
- Orchestra – The Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra* (tracks: A1 to A3), The Vienna Philharmonic* (tracks: A4 to B3)
- Piano – Phyllis Spurr (tracks: A3)
NotesTrack A1 to A3: From a live concert in Denmark's Radio Studio 1, October 6, 1949.
Tracks A4 to B3: From a live concert in the KB-Hall, Copenhagen October 1, 1950.