Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin

Biography

Active: 1946 - ; Berlin, Germany
The Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (DSO Berlin) is one of the three fine international class orchestras located in the capital city of the reunified German Federal Republic and has a history growing out of the separation of the city and nation.

Before World War II, the two main orchestras in Berlin were the Berlin Philharmoniker (Berlin Philharmonic, a private organization founded in 1882) and the Staatskapelle Berlin (Berlin State
Read more Orchestra, the orchestra of the Berlin State Opera founded in 1743). The Staatskapelle concerts and business offices were located in the Russian Sector at the end of World War II; those of the Philharmonic were in the Western part.

The American authorities established a station called RIAS (Radio in the American Sector). RIAS established its own RIAS-Symphony Orchestra in 1946. It soon became known in particular for its performances of modern classics. Its most important early conductor was the talented Hungarian Ferenc Fricsay, who did much towards establishing the post-war reputation of his countryman Béla Bartók through his performances and recordings with the RIAS Orchestra. He was music director in 1948 - 1954 and again in 1960 - 1963. Another well-known conductor, the American Lorin Maazel (1964 - 1975), continued this tradition.

West Berlin was given a separate government in the 1950s and, to reflect that, the RIAS Orchestra eventually changed its name to Berlin-Radio Symphony Orchestra. Many members of the orchestra happened to live in East Berlin and could no longer travel to their jobs on the other side of the Berlin Wall; the converse was true of West Berlin residents who worked for the two opera houses and the orchestra in East Berlin (including its own radio orchestra). In effect all these ensembles and organizations swapped much of their membership.

The Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra continued its position as the second orchestra of West Berlin with music director Riccardo Chailly, whose fine recording of the Bruckner Seventh Symphony showed a richness and smoothness of sound in no way inferior to that of the vaunted Berlin Philharmonic. After Riccardo Chailly, Vladimir Ashkenazy became music director.

Following the collapse of East Germany and destruction of the Wall, and the resulting reunification, the Berlin RSO renamed itself the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin. It became part of an organization named ROC--Rundfunk-Orchester und -Chöre GmbH Berlin (Radio Orchestras and Choruses Corporation of Berlin). ROC is essentially a contractor that puts on its own concerts and provides its five ensembles for broadcasting work by the various radio organizations of the city. These five ensembles are the RIAS BIG BAND, RIAS-Kammerchor (RIAS Chamber Choir), the Rundfunkchor Berlin (Berlin Broadcasting Chorus), the DSO Berlin, and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (Berlin Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra, the present identity of the former East Germany's Berlin Radio Orchestra).

The Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester continues to play a mix of standard repertoire, twentieth-century masterworks with an emphasis on German and Austrian classics, and the most recent orchestral repertory. It gives concerts the Philharmonie, the Gendarmenmarkt Concert House, and the major broadcasting companies' large concert studios. Since September, 2000, the DSO Berlin's chief conductor and artistic director has been Kent Nagano. Read less

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Biography

Active: 1946 - ; Berlin, Germany
The Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (DSO Berlin) is one of the three fine international class orchestras located in the capital city of the reunified German Federal Republic and has a history growing out of the separation of the city and nation.

Before World War II, the two main orchestras in Berlin were the Berlin Philharmoniker (Berlin Philharmonic, a private organization founded in 1882) and the Staatskapelle Berlin (Berlin State
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TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Prelude to Act I
Lasst! Genug! Ich will nichts mehr hören
Ganz recht! Ganz recht! Es ist überzeugend
Es gilt zu handeln
Meinen Gruss, Signori!
Ah, bei der Madonna, bald hätt' ich's vergessen
Holde Martuccia! - Du Lump!
Ihr seid köstlich, Signor Alviano
Er spielt mit uns wie die Katz' mit der Maus
Hast du's gehört? Dies ist die Stimmung
Ah! Ein grosser Maler nannte mir einmal Ihren Namen
Und weiss Salvago von Eurem Treiben?
Unsre Zeit ist voll seltsamer Dinge
Doch Signor, Euch zu malen ist wahrhaft kein
Und wenn's mehr wäre
Du Süsse, du Arme, du Schönste
Ich bitt' Euch, sprecht nicht und blickt mich nur an
Prelude
Bei den Gebeinen des heiligen Andreas!
Ich bitt' Euch, Leute, habt ihr nicht gesehen meinen
War mir doch, als hört' ich Martuccias Stimme
Doch wo bleibt Carlotta?
Ihr habt Euch getröstet, Ritter Menaldo
Ah, welche Nacht!
Bleibt, Schönste
Interlude: Was fliehst du vor mir
Ihre Stimme hör' ich
Halt ein, genuesisches Volk!
Bringt jene Frau!
Wer sprach den Namen?
Du lügst! - Du irrst, ich spreche die Wahrheit!
Weil, weil, o du Teufel
Wer schrie da? War das nicht mein Liebster?
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 1: The Adoration of the Earth - 1. Introduction
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 1: The Adoration of the Earth - 2. The Harbingers of Spring, Dance of the Adolescents
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 1: The Adoration of the Earth - 3. Mock Abduction
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 1: The Adoration of the Earth - 4. Spring Rounds
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 1: The Adoration of the Earth - 5. Games of the Rival Tribes
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 1: The Adoration of the Earth - 6. Procession of the Sage
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 1: The Adoration of the Earth - 7. Adoration of the Earth (The Sage), Dance of the Earth
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 2: The Sacrifice - 1. Introduction
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 2: The Sacrifice - 2. Mystical Circle of the Adolescents
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 2: The Sacrifice - 3. Glorification of the Chosen One
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 2: The Sacrifice - 4. Evocation of the Ancestors
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 2: The Sacrifice - 5. Ritual of the Ancestors
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps - Revised version for Orchestra (published 1947) - Part 2: The Sacrifice - 6. Sacrificial Dance (The Chosen One)
Stravinsky: Symphony in 3 Movements - 1. Allegro
Stravinsky: Symphony in 3 Movements - 2. Andante - Interlude (L'istesso tempo)-
Stravinsky: Symphony in 3 Movements - 3. Con moto
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 1. Pas-de-quatre
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 2. Double pas-de-quatre
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 3. Triple pas-de-quatre
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 4. Prelude
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 5. 1st pas-de-trois: Saraband - step
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 6. 1st pas-de-trois: Gaillarde
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 7. 1st pas-de-trois: Coda
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 8. Interlude
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 9. 2nd pas-de-trois: Bransle simple
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 10. 2nd pas-de-trois: Bransle gay
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 11. 2nd pas-de-trois: Bransle double
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 12. Interlude
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 13. Pas-de-deux
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 14. Coda
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 15. Four duos
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 16. Four trios
I. 1. Antiphon: "Kyrie eleison"
II. 2. Hymn and Psalm: A simple song
III. 3. Responsory: "Alleluia"
I. 1. Prefatory Prayers
II. 2. Thrice ? Triple Canon: Dominus vobiscum
I. 1. In nomine Patris
II. 2. Prayer for the Congregation
III. 3. Epiphany
I. 1. Confiteor
II. 2. Trope: ?I don?t know?
III. 3. Trope: ?Easy?
Mass V. Meditation No. 1
I. 1. Gloria tibi
II. 2. Gloria in excelsis
III. 3. Trope: "Half of the People"
IV. 4. Trope: ?Thank you?
Mass VII. Meditation No. 2
Mas VIII. Epistle: ?The Word of Lord?
Mass IX. Gospel-Sermon: ?God said?
I. 1. Credo in unum Deum
II. 2. Trope: "Non Credo"
III. 3. Trope: "Hurry"
IV. 4. World Without End
V. 5. Trope: ?I Believe in God?
Mass XI. Meditation No.3: De profundis, part 1
Mass XII. Offertory: De profundis, part 2
I. 1. "Our father?"
II. 2. Trope: "I Go On"
Mass XIV. Sanctus: "Holy! Holy! Holy!..."
Mass XV. Agnus Dei
Mass XVI. Fraction: "Things Get Broken"
Mass XVII. Pax: Communion: ?Secret Songs?
I. Majestoso
II. Adagio. Sehr feierlich
III. Scherzo. Nicht schnell
IV. Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell
I. Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso - Allegro con spirito
II. Andantino semplice - Prestissimo - Tempo I
III. Allegro con fuoco
Theme: Moderato quasi andante
Variation 1
Variation 2
Variation 3
Variation 4
Variation 5
Variation 6
Variation 7
Stravinsky: Les Noces - Première Partie - Premier tableau: "La Tresse"
Stravinsky: Les Noces - Première Partie - Deuxième tableau: Chez le Marié
Stravinsky: Les Noces - Première Partie - Troisième tableau: Le départ de la Mariée
Stravinsky: Les Noces - Deuxième Partie - Quatrième tableau: Le repas de noces
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 1. I
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 2. II
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 3. III
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 4. IV
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 5. V
Stravinsky: Jeu de cartes - Première donne
Stravinsky: Jeu de cartes - Deuxième donne
Stravinsky: Jeu de cartes - Troisième donne
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 1st scene - Introduction
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 1st scene - Air de danse
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 1st scene - L'ange de la mort et sa danse
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - Interlude
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 2nd scene - Pas de furies
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 2nd scene - Air de danse
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 2nd scene - Interlude
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 2nd scene - Air de danse
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 2nd scene - Pas d'action
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 2nd scene - Pas de deux
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 2nd scene - Pas de deux
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 2nd scene - Interlude
Stravinsky: Orpheus - Ballet in 3 Scenes - 3rd scene - Apotheose d'Orphée
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 1. Pas-de-quatre
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 2. Double pas-de-quatre
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 3. Triple pas-de-quatre
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 4. Prelude
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 5. 1st pas-de-trois: Saraband - step
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 6. 1st pas-de-trois: Gaillarde
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 7. 1st pas-de-trois: Coda
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 8. Interlude
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 9. 2nd pas-de-trois: Bransle simple
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 10. 2nd pas-de-trois: Bransle gay
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 11. 2nd pas-de-trois: Bransle double
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 12. Interlude
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 13. Pas-de-deux
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 14. Coda
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 15. Four duos
Stravinsky: Agon - Ballet (1957) - 16. Four trios
Stravinsky: Capriccio For Piano & Orchestra - 1. Presto
Stravinsky: Capriccio For Piano & Orchestra - 2. Andante Rapsodico
Stravinsky: Capriccio For Piano & Orchestra - 3. Allegro Capriccioso
I. Teil. Hymnus: Veni, creator spiritus.: Veni, creator spiritus.
I. Teil. Hymnus: Veni, creator spiritus.: Imple superna gratia
I. Teil. Hymnus: Veni, creator spiritus.: Infirma nostri corporis
I. Teil. Hymnus: Veni, creator spiritus.: Tempo I - Allegro
I. Teil. Hymnus: Veni, creator spiritus.: Infirma nostri corporis
I. Teil. Hymnus: Veni, creator spiritus.: Accende lumen sensibus
I. Teil. Hymnus: Veni, creator spiritus.: Qui paraclitus diceris
I. Teil. Hymnus: Veni, creator spiritus.: Gloria Patri Domino
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Poco adagio - Etwas bewegter - Piu mosso
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: "Waldung, sie schwankt heran"
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Ewiger Wonnebrand
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Wie Felsenabgrund
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Gerettet ist das edle Glied
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Uns bleibt ein Erdenrest
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: "Ich spür' soeben"
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Dir, der Unberührbaren / "Du schwebst zu Höhen der ewigen Reiche"
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Bei der Leibe / "Bei dem Bronn" / "Bei dem hoch geweihten Orte"
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Neige, neige, du Ohnegleiche / "Er überwächst uns schon"
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Komm! hebe dich zu höhern Sphären!
II. Teil. Schlußszene aus Goethes "Faust".: Blicket auf!
Symphony No. 8 in E-Flat Major, "Symphony of a Thousand": Part II, Alles Vergängliche ist nur ein Gleichnis
I. Andantino - Allegretto
II. Scherzo: Vivace
III. Intermezzo: Allegro moderato
IV. Finale: Allegro tempestoso
I. Allegramente
II. Adagio assai
III. Presto
Premier acte (Traversée)
Premier acte. Premier tableau : Jaufré Rudel. Jaufré : "J'ai appris à parler du bonheur"
Premier acte. Deuxième tableau : Le Pèlerin. Le Pèlerin : "Peut-être bien qu'elle n'existe pas"
Premier acte. Deuxième tableau : Le Pèlerin. Jaufré : "Qu'as-tu fait de moi, pèlerin ?"
Deuxième acte. Premier tableau : Clémence.
Deuxième acte. Premier tableau : Clémence. Clémence : "Pèlerin, dites-moi"
Deuxième acte. Premier tableau : Clémence. Le Pèlerin : "Un homme pense à vous"
Deuxième acte. Deuxième tableau : L'Amour de loin. Le Pèlerin : "Rien ne vous oblige à l'aimer"
Deuxième acte. Deuxième tableau : L'Amour de loin. Clémence : "Ja mais d'amor"
Troisième acte. Premier tableau : Au château de Blaye.
Troisième acte. Premier tableau : Au château de Blaye. Jaufré : "Pèlerin, Pèlerin, dis-moi"
Troisième acte. Premier tableau : Au château de Blaye. Le Pèlerin : "Jaufré, elle sait"
Troisième acte. Premier tableau : Au château de Blaye. Le Pèlerin : "Peut-être ferais-je mieux de m'en aller"
Troisième acte. Deuxième tableau : À Tripoli, sur la plage. Clémence : "Ben tenc lo Seignor per verai"
Troisième acte. Deuxième tableau : À Tripoli, sur la plage. Clémence : "Non, par Notre Seigneur"
Quatrième acte. Premier tableau : Mer indigo.
Quatrième acte. Premier tableau : Mer indigo. Jaufré : Me croiras-tu, Pèlerin"
Quatrième acte. Deuxième tableau : Songe.
Quatrième acte. Deuxième tableau : Songe. Jaufré : "Je l'ai vue, Pèlerin"
Quatrième acte. Deuxième tableau : Songe. Le Pèlerin : "Calme-toi, Jaufré"
Quatrième acte. Troisième tableau : Tempête. Jaufré : "Je devrais être l'homme le plus heureux du monde"
Quatrième acte. Troisième tableau : Tempête. Le Pèlerin : "Ces choses se savent, oui"
Cinquième acte. Premier tableau : Jardin de la Citadelle. Le Ch?ur des Tripolitaines : "Comtesse, regardez"
Cinquième acte. Premier tableau : Jardin de la Citadelle. Le Pèlerin : "Noble dame, je vous apporte une nouvelle"
Cinquième acte. Deuxième tableau : Si la mort pouvait attendre. Jaufré : "C'est vous, c'est vous"
Cinquième acte. Deuxième tableau : Si la mort pouvait attendre. Clémence : "J'aurais tant voulu"
Cinquième acte. Deuxième tableau : Si la mort pouvait attendre. Jaufré : "Seigneur, si je pouvais rester ainsi"
Cinquième acte. Troisième tableau : J'espère encore. Clémence : "J'espère encore, mon Dieu"
Cinquième acte. Troisième tableau : J'espère encore. Clémence : "J'avais cru en toi"
Cinquième acte. Quatrième tableau : Vers toi qui es si loin. Clémence : "Si tu t'appelles Amour"
Schreker: Die Gezeichneten - Prelude to Act I
Schreker: Die Gezeichneten / Act 1 - Lasst! Genug! Ich will nichts mehr hören
Schreker: Die Gezeichneten / Act 1 - Ganz recht! Ganz recht! Es ist überzeugend
Schreker: Die Gezeichneten / Act 1 - Es gilt zu handeln
Schreker: Die Gezeichneten / Act 1 - Meinen Gruss, Signori!
Schreker: Die Gezeichneten / Act 1 - Ah, bei der Madonna, bald hätt' ich's vergessen
Schreker: Die Gezeichneten / Act 1 - Holde Martuccia! - Du Lump!
Schreker: Die Gezeichneten / Act 1 - Ihr seid köstlich, Signor Alviano
Schreker: Die Gezeichneten / Act 2 - Du Süsse, du Arme, du Schönste
Korngold: Symphonic Serenade - 1. Allegro moderato, semplice
Korngold: Symphonic Serenade - 2. Intermezzo. Allegro molto
Korngold: Symphonic Serenade - 3. Lento religioso
Korngold: Symphonic Serenade - 4. Finale. Allegro con fuoco
Stravinsky: Concerto For Piano And Wind Instruments - 1. Largo - Allegro - Più moso - Maestoso
Stravinsky: Concerto For Piano And Wind Instruments - 2. Largo
Stravinsky: Concerto For Piano And Wind Instruments - 3. Allegro
Stravinsky: Ebony Concerto - 1. Allegro moderato
Stravinsky: Ebony Concerto - 2. Andante
Stravinsky: Ebony Concerto - 3. Moderato
Stravinsky: Capriccio For Piano & Orchestra - 1. Presto
Stravinsky: Capriccio For Piano & Orchestra - 2. Andante Rapsodico
Stravinsky: Capriccio For Piano & Orchestra - 3. Allegro Capriccioso
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 1. I
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 2. II
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 3. III
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 4. IV
Stravinsky: Movements For Piano & Orchestra - 5. V
I. Exaudi orationem meam, Domine
II. Expectans expectavi, Dominum
III. Alleluia. Laudate Dominum
A Lyke-Wake Dirge (Versus I: Prelude)
Ricercar No. 1. The Maidens Came
A Lyke-Wake Dirge (Versus II: Interlude No. 1)
Ricercar No. 2. Tomorrow Shall Be
A Lyke-Wake Dirge (Versus III: Interlude No. 2)
Westron Wind
A Lyke-Wake Dirge (Versus IV: Postlude)
Concerto pour violon et orchestre: I. Appassionato
Concerto pour violon et orchestre: II. Largo
Concerto pour violon et orchestre: III. Allegramente
I. Allegro non troppo
II. Andante moderato
III. Allegro giocoso
IV. Allegro energico e passionato
Introduktion
Thema
I. Variation
II. Variation
III. Variation
IV. Variation
V. Variation
VI. Variation
VII. Variation
VIII. Variation
IX. Variation
Finale
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Die Jakobsleiter
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
Christus am Ölberge, Op. 85
1. Orchestral Prelude
2. Waldemar: Nun dämpft die Dämmerung
3. Tove: O, wenn des Mondes Strahlen
4. Waldemar: Ross! Mein Ross!
5. Tove: Sterne jubeln
6. Waldemar: So tanzen die Engel
7. Tove: Nun sag ich dir zum ersten Mal
8. Waldemar: Es ist Mitternachtszeit
9. Tove: Du sendest mir einen Liebesblick
10. Waldemar: Du wunderliche Tove!
10a. Orchestral Interlude
11. Voice of the Wood-dove: Doves of Gurre
12. Waldemar: Herrgott, weisst du, was du tatest
13. Waldemar: Erwacht, König Waldemars Mannen wert!
14. Peasant: Deckel des Sarges Klappert
15. Waldemar's Men: Gegrüsst, o König
16. Waldemar: Mit Toves Stimme flüstert der Wald
17. Klaus the Jester: Ein seltsamer Vogel
18. Waldemar: Du strenger Richter
19. Waldemar's Men: Der Hahn erhebt den Kopf
20. Orchestral Prelude
21. Speaker: Herr Gänsefuss, Frau Gänsekraut
22. Mixed Chorus: Seht die Sonne
Scriabin: Symphony No. 1 in E major, Op. 26 - 1. Lento
Scriabin: Symphony No. 1 in E major, Op. 26 - 2. Allegro dramatico
Scriabin: Symphony No. 1 in E major, Op. 26 - 3. Lento
Scriabin: Symphony No. 1 in E major, Op. 26 - 4. Vivace
Scriabin: Symphony No. 1 in E major, Op. 26 - 5. Allegro
Scriabin: Symphony No. 1 in E major, Op. 26 - 6. Andante
Scriabin: Symphony No.2 in C minor, Op.29 - 1. Andante
Scriabin: Symphony No.2 in C minor, Op.29 - 2. Allegro
Scriabin: Symphony No.2 in C minor, Op.29 - 3. Andante
Scriabin: Symphony No.2 in C minor, Op.29 - 4. Tempestoso
Scriabin: Symphony No.2 in C minor, Op.29 - 5. Marcia
Scriabin: Piano Concerto in F sharp minor, Op.20 - 1. Allegro
Scriabin: Piano Concerto in F sharp minor, Op.20 - 2. Andante
Scriabin: Piano Concerto in F sharp minor, Op.20 - 3. Allegro
Scriabin: Symphony No.3 in C minor, Op.43 - "Le Poème Divin" - 1a Introduction - Divin, grandiose (Lento)
Scriabin: Symphony No.3 in C minor, Op.43 - "Le Poème Divin" - 1b Luttes: Mysterieux, tragique (Allegro)
Scriabin: Symphony No.3 in C minor, Op.43 - "Le Poème Divin" - 2. Voluptes (Lento-vivo)
Scriabin: Symphony No.3 in C minor, Op.43 - "Le Poème Divin" - 3. Jeu Divin (Allegro - vivo - allegro)


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