Notes & Reviews:
Famous to the world as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, Furtwangler preferred to be thought of as a composer. Of his works, Symphony No. 2 has received the most attention. In the last year of his life, he rewrote the ending. George Alexander Albrecht has become one of the most versatile conductors of his generation. He has put great effort into performing seldom-played works, including the compositions of Furtwangler, whose symphonies he is editing.
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Furtwängler: Symphony no 1 / Albrecht, Staatskapelle Weimar
Furtwängler: Symphony no 3 / Albrecht, Weimar Staatskapelle
Enescu: Romanian Rhapsody no 2, Symphony no 2 / Mandeal
Enescu: Suite d'Orchestre, Intermède, Symphony 1 / Mandeal
Enescu: Symphony no 3, Concert Overture in A Major / Mandeal
Hans Rott: Sym no 1, etc / Weigle, Munich Radio Orchestra
Beethoven: Triple Concerto, Septet /Shaham, Bronfman, Zinman
Beethoven: Violin Concerto, Romances / Tetzlaff, Zinman
Pfitzner: Von deutscher Seele / Sieghart, Vienna Singverein
Works DetailsWilhelm Furtwängler (Conductor/Composer) (1886 - 1954) : Symphony no 2 in E minor
- Conductor: George Albrecht
- Notes: Congress Centrum Neue Weimarhalle, Weimar, Germany (11/09/2003-11/10/2003)
- Running Time: 81 min. 10 sec.
- Period Time: Modern
- Form: Orchestral