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Harold In Italy - Second Movement - Berlioz*, Boston Symphony* / Munch* / Primrose* - Harold In Italy (Vinyl, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Harold In Italy - Second Movement - Berlioz*, Boston Symphony* / Munch* / Primrose* - Harold In Italy (Vinyl, Album)

  1. Shaktijin
    Berlioz: Harold In Italy, Overtures / Munch, Boston SO Release Date: 06/26/ Label: Rca Victor Living Stereo Catalog #: Spars Code: ADD Composer: Hector Berlioz Performer: William Primrose Conductor: Charles Munch Orchestra/Ensemble: Boston Symphony Orchestra Number of Discs: 1 Recorded in: Multi.
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  2. Arak
    The first movement, ‘Harold in the Mountains’, is the one most markedly faster and tauter this time (some 2'30" shorter in overall timing than with Menuhin), and the more flowing speed for the second movement, ‘Pilgrims’ March’, makes all the difference in establishing the feeling of a marching procession, with the surprisingly gentle.
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  3. Tojagami
    17 rows · Berlioz*, Boston Symphony Orchestra / Munch* / Primrose* - Harold In Italy / Overtures ‎ (SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Comp, RE, RM) RCA Red Seal /5(15).
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  4. Kajitaur
    William Primrose’s Harold in Italy comes with great competition on record, many of them with himself. Again, Primrose and Munch have speed on their side, especially in the first two movements, with a breathless sojourn through the mountains in the first and a jaunty saunter rather than a solemn procession of pilgrims in the second/5(27).
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  5. Kakasa
    Harold in Italy by Berlioz is a cross between a viola concerto and a symphonic poem (in the style of his Symphonie Fantastique), which was commissioned by Paganini. The program is based on the wanderings of a fictional Byronic character Harold in Italy, meeting with such people as /5(21).
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  6. Tujin
    Harold in Italy, Op. 16, symphony in four movements with viola solo composed by Hector Berlioz in Berlioz wrote the piece on commission from the virtuoso violinist Niccolò Paganini, who had just purchased a Stradivarius viola.
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  7. Kazigal
    At its first appearance in movement III (bar 65, viola solo) it is actually labelled ‘Thème de l’Adagio’ to acknowledge where it first appeared. Performing forces and their handling Typically for Berlioz, a large orchestra is used in Harold in Italy, but there is a reduction in movement III.
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  8. Fenrikasa
    William Primrose, viola; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, cond. RCA/BMG, recorded March 31, 1 - 01 Harold en Italie, Op. 16 (Harold in Italy)_ Harold aux montagnes (Harold .
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