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Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - Symphony No. 4 In A Major, Op. 90 "The Italian" download mp3 album
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The Symphony No. 4 in A major, Op. 90, commonly known as the Italian, is an orchestral symphony written by German composer Felix Mendelssohn. The work has its origins (as had the composer's Scottish 3rd Symphony and The Hebrides overture) in the tour of Europe which occupied Mendelssohn from 1829 to 1831.

In early 1833, Mendelssohn completed his Symphony No. 4 in A major, published posthumously as his Op. 90. He started the piece in Italy in 1832 and finished it in Berlin. It was first performed in London on March 13, 1833, and has since been Mendelssohn's most popular symphony. The composer gave the piece its nickname, "Italian. Somewhat dissatisfied with the Symphony in A major, Mendelssohn planned to revise it before publication; this never occurred however, and the piece was published as it stood after his death

The Symphony No. 90, commonly known as the Italian, is an orchestral symphony by Felix Mendelssohn. The Italian Symphony was finished in Berlin, 13 March 1833, in response to an invitation for a symphony from the London (now Royal) Philharmonic Society; he conducted the first performance himself in London on 13 May 1833, at a London Philharmonic Society concert. The symphony's success, and Mendelssohn's popularity, influenced the course of British music for the rest of the century

Songs: 4. Artists: Mark Ermler. Mark Ermler, Moscow RTV Symphony Orchestra, Феликс Мендельсон - Symphony No. 90 "The Italian": I. Allegro vivace 08:01. 90 "The Italian": II. Andante con moto 06:15. 90 "The Italian": III. Con moto moderato 06:57

Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 90 'Italian'. In 1832, the Royal Philharmonic Society of London honoured the young German composer Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy with several commissions. One of the works composed as a result was the A major symphony, the Italian, based on Mendelssohn’s experiences in Italy in 1830 and 1831. The work was premiered in 1833, conducted by the composer. Today, the Italian Symphony has a firm place in the canon of classical masterworks, though at its premiere and both the following performances, the work was not entirely positively received. Mendelssohn himself was unhappy with it. In 1834, he revised the last.

Symphony No. 4 In A Major, Op 90 "The Italian". Mov't: Allegro Vivace. Mov't: Andante Con Moto. Mov't: Con Moto Moderato. Felix y, Česká Filharmonie, Antonio Pedrotti - Symfonie Č. 4 A-Dur „Italská‟, Op. 90 ‎(10", Mono). F. y - The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Antonio Pedrotti. y - The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Antonio Pedrotti - Symphony No. 4 In A Major, Italian, Op. 90 "Italian": II. Andante con moto. Scottish' and 'Italian' Symphonies. Symphony No. 90 "Italian" (Revised 1834): IV. Saltarello. Symphonies Nos. 4 "Italian", 5 "Reformation" (Wiener Philharmoniker feat. conductor: John Eliot Gardiner)

Mark Ermler, Moscow RTV Symphony Orchestra, Феликс Мендельсон. 90 "The Italian": IV. Presto and Finale: Saltarello 05:34. Феликс Мендельсон, Mark Ermler, Moscow RTV Symphony Orchestra - Symphony No. Con moto moderato 06:57.

Tracklist

A1 Allegro Vivace
A2 Andante Con Moto
B1 Con Moto. Moderato
B2 Saltarello, Presto

Credits

  • Conductor – Joseph Balzer
  • Orchestra – The Berlin Symphony Orchestra