Notes & Reviews:
Famous to the world as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, Wilhelm Furtwangler preferred to be thought of as a composer. He wrote his Third Symphony in two versions, one with three movements and one with four. George Alexander Albrecht, who has become one of the most versatile conductors of his generation, being award the Gustav-Mahler-Goldmedaille in 1985 for his performances of the complete works of Mahler, has put great effort into performing seldom-played works, including the compositions of Furtwangler. He is currently editing Furtwanglers symphonies as the president of the Furtwangler Society.
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Furtwängler: Symphony no 1 / Albrecht, Staatskapelle Weimar
Hansen: Symphonies no 2 & 4 / Montgomery, Jena PO
Enescu: Poème roumain, Vox Maris, Voix de la nature/ Mandeal
Beethoven: Triple Concerto, Septet /Shaham, Bronfman, Zinman
A. Williams: Symphony no 7, etc / Leaper, et al
Dutilleux: Orchestral Works Vol 1 / Graf, et al
Beethoven: Piano Concerto 5, etc / Bronfman, Zinman
Mozart: Violin Concertos, etc / Frank, Zinman, et al
Villa-Lobos: Orchestral Works / Montgomery, Almeida, et al
Works DetailsWilhelm Furtwängler (Conductor/Composer) (1886 - 1954) : Symphony no 3 in C sharp minor
- Conductor: George Albrecht
- Notes: Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar (Redoute) (11/28/1998-11/29/1998)
- Running Time: 64 min. 41 sec.
- Period Time: Modern
- Form: Orchestral