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Overture From Incidental Music To Goethe Tragedy Egmont


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  1. Nikogrel says:
    Jan 20,  · The Overture to Egmont is one of Beethoven’s most popular orchestral pieces, and rightly so. It presents, in less than ten minutes, a compressed and overwhelming drama – of which one doesn’t need to know the details.
  2. Goltitaur says:
    Beethoven*, George Szell, Pilar Lorengar, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* ‎– Egmont Complete Incidental Music Label: London Records ‎– CS
  3. Guramar says:
    For a stage production of Goethe's "Egmont" planned for spring , the Vienna Burgtheater commissioned Beethoven to compose incidental music to Goethe's tragedy. Although Beethoven was a great admirer of Goethe and was profoundly flattered by this commission, he did not complete the music by the time the play was given its premiere on 24 May
  4. Dajin says:
    Oct 25,  · James A. Altena, Fanfare magazine While the overture to Egmont is a concert repertoire staple, the complete incidental music to Goethe’s tragedy is seldom encountered. Or, at least, it is in the concert hall; in researching this review I was able to locate 12 previous recordings, and most likely there are others I did not find.2/5(1).
  5. Vikus says:
    Closer to polyphonic, but neither. Most of the overture to Beethoven’s incidental music to Goethe’s play “Egmont” is in his usual style in which while there are more and less important voices - voices that have melody and voices that have accompan.
  6. Kigakus says:
    Overture to Egmont, opus 84, of Beethoven In his drama Egmont, Goethe () relates the fight of Count Egmont () against the despotic Duke of Albe. Egmont is a famous Flemish warrior, and the duc of Albe represents the Spanish invader. Though under threat of arrest, Egmont refuses to run away and give up his ideal of liberty.
  7. Samular says:
    Aug 22,  · The Egmont Overture is one of the most instantly recognizable and recorded of all Beethoven’s overtures. Composed to accompany Goethe’s heroic play, complete recordings of the incidental music do occasionally appear.
  8. Mizilkree says:
    Complete incidental music for Egmont, op. 84 ; &, The ruins of Athens op. / Catalog Record Only Vocal sections sung in German. Words to 1st work by Goethe and to 2nd work by Kotzebue. Words to 1st work by Goethe and to 2nd work by Kotzebue.

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