Title: Symphonies 3-5
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Hans Werner Henze (1 July 1926 – 27 October 2012) was a German composer. His large oeuvre of works is extremely varied in style, having been influenced by serialism, atonality, Stravinsky, Italian music, Arabic music and jazz, as well as traditional schools of German composition. In particular, his stage works reflect "his consistent cultivation of music for the theatre throughout his life".
Hans Werner Henze (1926-2012) often characterized his work as combining North German polyphony with the arioso South. He composed his first three symphonies in Germany in his early twenties. While Symphony No. 1 was strongly influenced by Stravinsky, and Symphony No. 2 stood in a direct line from Schoenberg and the Second Vienna School, Symphony No. 3 (1949/50 - 23'43) turns toward the sun with a ballet-as-symphony - Henze was artistic director of the Weisbaden Ballet at the time of its composition. The Fourth and Fifth are both translations of operatic writing to symphonic form, and reflect Henze's love of and immersion in the Italianate arioso tradition, blending it with the contrapuntal German tradition. No. 4 (1955 - 21'56) was conceived originally as the finale to the second act of his opera "Konig Hirsch" (The Stag King), an evocation of the living forest and the passing of the seasons.
Hans Werner Henze - III. Moto perpetuo. 16. Hans Werner Henze -. 17. 18. Hans Werner Henze - Part III. piщ mosso. 19. Hans Werner Henze - meno mosso. 20. Hans Werner Henze - piщ mosso, con fuoco.
Hans Werner Henze – Symphonies 3-5. Label: Wergo – wer 6723 . Composed By – Hans Werner Henze. Conductor – Marek Janowski. Orchestra – hester Berlin. January 2010 (1-3, 5-7), 10. September 2010 (4), Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Haus des Rundfunks, Sendesaal 1. Including 25 pages booklet.
Henze: Symphonies No. - 6 (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. Henze: Symphonies No. - 6. Hans Werner Henze Conductor. CDs: 2 Tracks: 36 Length: 2:28:16. Deutsche Grammophon Rel. 20 Mar 2007.
Edda Moser, Instrumentalists of the Berlin Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Hans Werner Henze, RIAS Kammerchor – Passa la cacciatrice lunare - Meno mosso. Edda Moser, Instrumentalists of the Berlin Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Hans Werner Henze – 2. No map there (Tranquillo). Edda Moser, Instrumentalists of the Berlin Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Hans Werner Henze – Sei tu Giulietta - Allegretto. Edda Moser, Instrumentalists of the Berlin Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Hans Werner Henze – 1. Darest thou now, o soul (Moderato).
Henze: Symphonies Nos. 3-5. hester Berlin, Marek Janowski. Janowski's performances are vivid and immediate, and make the old Deutsche Grammophon recordings, conducted by the composer, sound pallid in comparison. A model for generations to come. He has composed music for all genres, taught pupils who have become very famous – everything has been marked by his unmistakable quality and identity. Henze accepted the award personally during a formal presentation at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Berlin on 14 April 2011. We offer Hans Werner Henze our hearty congratulations as he celebrates his 85th birthday on 1 July.
|3. Sinfonie Für Großes Orchester||23:43|
|1||I. Anrufung Apolls||7:45|
|4. Sinfonie Für Großes Orchester||21:56|
|4||4. Sinfonie Für Großes Orchester||21:56|
|5. Sinfonie Für Großes Orchester||19:55|
|7||III. Moto Perpetuo||7:00|
- Composed By – Hans Werner Henze
- Conductor – Marek Janowski
- Orchestra – Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin
NotesRecorded 5.-7. January 2010 (1-3, 5-7), 10. September 2010 , Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, Haus des Rundfunks, Sendesaal 1.
Including 25 pages booklet.
Ⓒ+Ⓟ 2011 WERGO, a division of SCHOTT MUSIC & MEDIA GmbH, Mainz, Germany.