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Die Platane - The Plain Tree - Hans Werner Henze - Symphony 9 (CD, Album)


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  1. This is the second recording of Henze's choral Symphony No. 9, part of the integral cycle from Marek Janowski and the RSB -- the Rundfunk-Sinfonie Berlin -- here joined by the Rundfunkchor Berlin. It was recorded in November in the Philarmonie Berlin, the home of the Berliner Philharmoniker/5(3).
  2. No. 5 ( -- 19'55) is the masterpiece of Henze's early symphonies. It uses a theme from Henze's opera "Elegy for Young Lovers" throughout all three movements. All of Henze's influences and artistry combine to make this a great unknown symphony, with soaring lyricism and dark, rugged passages that plumb the depths of the human experience.5/5(1).
  3. The symphony is not a genre that immediately comes to mind when thinking of Henze, but by he had composed 10, a not inconsiderable ennaconfabadvadispilenmeahunbo.xyzinfo, the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, led by Marek Janowski, plays two of his most substantial (and traditional) symphonies: No. 7 and No. ennaconfabadvadispilenmeahunbo.xyzinfo 7, written in , was commissioned by the Berlin Philharmonic.
  4. Hans Werner Henze () composed his Symphony No. 10 in the late s as a double commission for Paul Sacher and Simon Rattle. He completed it in , and Rattle and his City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra performed the premiere in August at the Lucerne Festival/5(6).
  5. Apr 30,  · Die Platane · Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin · Rundfunkchor Berlin · Hans Werner Henze · Marek Janowski Henze: Symphony No. 9 ℗ WERGO, a .
  6. Symphony No. 9: IV. Die Platane. Symphony No. 9: IV. Die Platane. Listen Now $ 5. Hans Werner Henze's Symphony No. 9, "Dedicated to the heroes and martyrs of German anti-fascism," was the final result of years trying to capture the horror of the Nazi period in a composition. (aside from a bizarre misspelling of the Platane /5(3).
  7. The Eighth Symphony by the German composer Hans Werner Henze was composed in – Using Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream as inspiration, it has a lighter theme than the major work it immediately follows, the Requiem of Each movement is inspired by a short section of the play: the first derives in part from Puck's line "I'll put a girdle round the earth/ In forty minutes".

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