Complete your Mendelsohn - Charles Munch. Boston Symphony Orchestra collection.
Artists Felix Mendelssohn Symphonies Nos. 4 "Italian", 5 "Reformation" (Wiener Philharmoniker feat. conductor: John Eliot Gardiner). Symphonies Nos. conductor: John Eliot Gardiner) Felix Mendelssohn. This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/158 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
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Mendelssohn: Symphonies No. I bought it for the Reformation symphony which has 2 enjoyable themes. The first theme, in the first movement, is the Dresden Amen, and the second theme is A Mighty Fortress, in the fourth movement, hence the title of the symphony.
56 "Scottish": III. Adagio and 12 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Symphony No. 4 in A Major, Op. 90 "The Italian": III. Con Moto Moderato. 90 "The Italian": IV. Presto: Saltarello. 5 in D Major, Op. 107 "Reformation": I. Andante: Allegro con Fuoco. 107 "Reformation": II. Allegro Vivace. 107 "Reformation": III. Andante. 107 "Reformation": IV. Andante con Moto - Allegro Maestoso. 4 "Italian" & No. 5 "Reformation". Released by Channel Classics Records Sep 2007 8 Tracks. Mendelssohn: Symphonies No. 5 "Reformation" is a English album released on Sep 2007. 5 "Reformation" Album has 8 songs sung by Anima Eterna Orchestra. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Mendelssohn: Symphonies No. 5 "Reformation" songs on Gaana.
Claudio Abbado interprets Mendelssohn's Fourth with incredible energy, while simultaneously maintaining a real sense of clarity throughout. That goes for both the tone and the structure - a combination which makes the music all the more powerful and effective. Take the final movement, which the conductor and orchestra tear into at full force without ever losing sight of the bigger picture. The result is an enthralling yet concise performance. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy. "Italian" & 5 "Reformation". Abbado, London Symphony Orchestra. Claudio Abbado interprets Mendelssohn's Fourth with incredible energy, while simultaneously maintaining a real sense of clarity throughout.
|Symphony No. 4 In A Major, Op. 90 ("Italian")|
|A1||1st Movt,: Allegro Vivace|
|A2||2nd Movt,: Andante Con Moto|
|A3||3rd Movt,: Con Moto Moderato|
|A4||4th Movt,: Saltarello, Presto|
|Symphony No. 5 In D Minor, Op. 107 ("Reformation")|
|B1||1st Movt,: Andante; Allegro Con Fuoco|
|B2||2nd Movt,: Allegro Vivace|
|B3||3rd Movt,: Andante; Andante Con Moto, Leading To Chorale "En Feste BurgIst Unser Gott"; Allegro Vivace; Allegro Maestoso|
- Composed By – Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
- Conductor – Sir Eugene Goossens
- Orchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra
|XID 5056||Mendelssohn*||The Italian, The Reformation Symphonies (LP)||Saga||XID 5056||UK||Unknown|
|XID 5056||The London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Eugene Goossens||The London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Eugene Goossens - Mendelssohn, The Italian Symphony No. 4 In A, Op 90, Reformation Symphony No. 5 In D Op. 107 (LP)||Saga||XID 5056||UK||1961|
|X512||Mendelssohn* - London Philharmonic Orchestra*, Sir Eugene Goossens||Mendelssohn* - London Philharmonic Orchestra*, Sir Eugene Goossens - Symphony No. 4 In A Major, Opus 90 ("Italian") / Symphony No. 5 In D Minor, Opus 107 ("Reformation") (LP)||The Classics Club||X512||UK||Unknown|
|5056||The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Eugene Goossens||The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Eugene Goossens - Mendelssohn (LP, Album)||Saga||5056||UK||1972|