Notes & Reviews:
The Munich-based (Germany) taschenphilharmonie (Pocket Philharmonic Orchestra) is dedicated to chamber symphonic performances based on Arnold Schoenberg's »Verein fu¨r musikalische Privatauffu¨hrungen« (Society for Private Musical Performances), established in Vienna during the 1920's. Therefore this ensemble performs big scale orchestral works from Mozart to Mahler to contemporary compositions with just 12-20 high-profile musicians. The result is a refreshing crystal clear sound combined with multifaceted colors and the vitality from outstanding musicianship to produce the resonance of a much bigger orchestra. The Pocket Philharmonic Orchestra and its conductor Peter Stangel have received several awards for their innovative concert formats and their educational work.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Munich, Germany (01/19/2013/01/20/2013).
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Wilfred Josephs (1927-1997): Symphony No. 5 "Pastoral"; Requiem; Variations on a Theme of Beethoven / Robert Dawe, bass-baritone; Adelaide String Quartet; Adelaide SO & Chorus, David Measham
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 / Die Taschenphilharmonie, Peter Stangel
Gustav Mahler (1860-1911): Symphony No. 1 / Bavarian Radio SO, Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Franz Schubert: Death and the Maiden; Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975): Chamber Symphony / LSO String Ensemble
Charles OAEBrien (1882-1968): Complete Orchestral Music, Vol. 2 - To Spring; The MinstrelAEs Curse; Mazurka; Berceuse; Scottish Scenes / Liepaja SO, Paul Mann
Ferenc Farkas (1905-2000): Music for Flute and Strings / Andras Adorjan, fute; Ingrid Kertesi, soprano; Miklos Spanyi, harpsichord; Franz Liszt Chamber Orch., Janos Rolla
Works DetailsMahler, Gustav : Symphony no 7 in E minor
- Conductor: Peter Stangel
- Ensemble: Die Taschenphilharmonie
- Notes: Munich, Germany (01/19/2013/01/20/2013)
- Running Time: 73 min. 3 sec.
- Period Time: Post Romantic
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: 1904-1905
- Studio/Live: Live