Notes & Reviews:
Eisler's most extensive work was conceived and written while in exile during World War II. The subject and aesthetic design of the symphony reflects the composer's political and artistic commitment to the international struggle against fascism.
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The English Song Series 14 - Vaughan Williams
Dunstable: Sweet Harmony / Pitts, Tonus Peregrinus
Discover - Music of the Classical Era
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Walton: Christopher Columbus, etc / Hickox, et al
Works DetailsEisler, Hanns : Deutsche Sinfonie, for soloists, chorus & orchestra, Op. 50
- Performers: Andreas Sommerfeld (Bass); Uta Priew (Voice); Tomas Mowes (Baritone); Gisela Burkhardt (Soprano)
- Conductor: Max Pommer
- Ensemble: Berlin Radio Symphony Chorus
- Running Time: 6 min. 15 sec.
- Period Time: Modern
- Written: 1936-1958