1 800 222 6872

Orff: Carmina Burana; Catulli Carmina; Trionf di Afrodite / Putz, Grobe, Cousins, McDaniel et al. Ferdinand Leitner

> Trionfo di Afrodite - I. Canto amebeo di vergini e giovani a Vespero in attesa della sposa e dello sposo (Corifeo, Chorus, Corifea) -
> Trionfo di Afrodite - II. Corteo nuziale ed arrivo della sposa e dello sposo (Chorus) -
> Trionfo di Afrodite - III. Sposa e sposo (Sposa, Sposo, Chorus)
> Trionfo di Afrodite - IV. Invocazione dell'Imeneo: Collis o Heliconii
> Trionfo di Afrodite - IV. Invocazione dell'Imeneo: Quis Deus magis est
> Trionfo di Afrodite - V. Ludi e canti nuziali davanti al talamo: Claustra pandite ianuae
> Trionfo di Afrodite - V. Ludi e canti nuziali davanti al talamo: Tollite, o pueri, faces
> Trionfo di Afrodite - Epitalamo: Iam licet venias, marite
> Trionfo di Afrodite - VI. Canto di novelli sposi dal talamo (Sposa, Sposo) -
> Trionfo di Afrodite - VII. Apparizione di Afrodite (Tutti)
> Catulli Carmina - Act III: Ameana puella defututa
> Catulli Carmina - Act III: Miser Catulle
> Catulli Carmina - Act III: Catulle! Lesbia! Nulla potest mulier
> Catulli Carmina - Exodium: Eis aiona!
> Carmina Burana - II. In taberna: Ego sum abbas
> Carmina Burana - II. In taberna: In taberna quando sumus
> Carmina Burana - III. Cour d'amours: Amor volat undique
> Carmina Burana - III. Cour d'amours: Dies, nox et omnia
> Carmina Burana - III. Cour d'amours: Stetit puella
> Carmina Burana - III. Cour d'amours: Circa mea pectora
> Carmina Burana - III. Cour d'amours: Si puer cum puellula
> Carmina Burana - III. Cour d'amours: Veni, veni, venias
> Carmina Burana - III. Cour d'amours: In trutina
> Carmina Burana - III. Cour d'amours: Tempus est iocundum
> Carmina Burana - III. Cour d'amours: Dulcissime
> Carmina Burana - Blanziflor et Helena: Ave formosissima
> Carmina Burana - Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi: O Fortuna

Album Summary

>Orff, Carl : Carmina burana
>Orff, Carl : Catulli Carmina, scenic cantata for soloists, chorus & orchestra
>Orff, Carl : Trionfo di Afrodite, scenic concert in 7 scenes
Performers Conductor Ensembles Composer

Notes & Reviews:

In these complete recordings Ferdinand Leitner conducts the Kölner Rundfunkchor, the Tölzer Knabenchor and the Kölner-Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester. The soloists featured are Ruth-Margret Pütz (soprano), Michael Cousins (tenor), Donald Grobe (tenor), Barry McDaniel (baritone) and Roland Herrmann (Bass). Ferdinand Leitner (1912-1996) was a German pianist, composer and conductor who studied under Franz Schreker, Julius Prüwer, Artur Schnabel and Karl Muck. He was conductor of the Nollendorfplatz Theater in Berlin from 1943 to 1945; in Hannover from 1945 to 1946; in Munchen from 1946 to 1947; and the General Music Director of the Württemberg State Opera house in Stuttgart from 1947 until 1969.. He succeeded Erich Kleiber in 1956 as conductor for the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires. From 1976 to 1980, he worked in The Hague as principal conductor of Het Residentie Orkest.



Reviews

There are currently no reviews, be the first one!
Login or Create an Account to write a review

Works Details

>Orff, Carl : Carmina burana
  • Performers: Barry McDaniel (Baritone); Michael Cousins (Tenor); Roland Hermann (Baritone); Ruth-Margaret Pütz
  • Conductor: Ferdinand Leitner
  • Ensemble: Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra
  • Running Time: 52 min. 5 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: Cantata/Oratorio
  • Written: 1935-1936

>Orff, Carl : Catulli Carmina, scenic cantata for soloists, chorus & orchestra
  • Performers: Donald Grobe (Tenor); Ruth-Margaret Pütz
  • Conductor: Ferdinand Leitner
  • Running Time: 34 min. 26 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: Cantata/Oratorio
  • Written: 1930-1943

>Orff, Carl : Trionfo di Afrodite, scenic concert in 7 scenes
  • Performers: Enriqueta Tarres (Voice); André Peysang (Tenor); Brigitte Dürrler (Soprano); Toni Maxen (Voice); Donald Grobe (Tenor); Hans Nöcker (Bass); Hannelore Bode (Soprano); Carol Malone (Soprano); Werner Becker (Voice); Karl Kaufhold (Voice)
  • Conductor: Ferdinand Leitner
  • Running Time: 41 min. 16 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: Concerto
  • Written: 1949-1951