Schubert 4 Karajan

Sodi Braide - Schubert - 4 Impromptus op.90, Sonata D960 (2015) {Solstice}

Sodi Braide - Schubert - 4 Impromptus op.90, Sonata D960 (2015) {Solstice}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 255 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 169 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 58 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2015 Solstice | SOCD309
Classical / Romantic / Piano Solo

Le soliste témoigne d'un naturel et d'une simplicité qui ne subvertissent jamais le texte, ne perdant jamais de vue l'arc tendu de la tragédie derrière le sourire (Sonate, D.960). Soucieux de la narration, de la qualité de la palette sonore, du dosage du timbre (Impromptu n°3), il délivre une exécution très construite, aérée, respectueuse de la notion du temps schubertien. On subodore derrière la poésie et la tension dramatique toute la générosité et le don de soi qui rapprochent Sodi Braide de l'insondable errance du Wanderer avec une émotion pudique toujours relayée par une pulsation qui semble couler de source. Une telle conception soutient sans cesse l'intérêt et apporte assurément une pierre supplémentaire à la connaissance de l'interprétation des ultimes opus de Schubert.

Krystian Zimerman: Chopin, Schubert (2008/1987)  Music

Posted by Vilboa at Oct. 30, 2015
Krystian Zimerman: Chopin, Schubert (2008/1987)

Krystian Zimerman: Chopin, Schubert (2008/1987)
NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | (LinearPCM, 2 ch) | (DTS, 6 ch) | 7.84 Gb (DVD9) | 103 min
Classical | Deutsche Grammophon

Krystian Zimerman - the youngest ever winner of the prestigious Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw at the age of eighteen – giving his Homage to Chopin and Schubert. As a brilliant musician, a renown specialist in Romantic music Krystian Zimerman combines all the prerequisites for an authorative interpretation of Chopin´s works.

Karajan - Brahms: The Symphonies (2 DVD9) [Repost]  

Posted by karajanmania at June 30, 2011
Karajan - Brahms: The Symphonies (2 DVD9) [Repost]

Karajan - Brahms: The Symphonies (2 DVD9)
Classical | DVD | with complete scans (covers and book) | 7,63 Gb (DVD1) | 5,74 Gb (DVD2) | DVD´s FULL No compression
Audio: PCM Stereo | DTS 5.1 | Relesase: March 11, 2008 | Publisher: Deutsche Grammophon

The two DVDs last for 161 minutes. The picture is digitally remastered, the sound in PCM stereo and DTS 5.1 crisp and clear. The films are quite well done, utilizing concert footage as well as discrete studio closeups. Karajan's Brahms performances are exemplary and are most strongly recommended.

Schubert - Impromptus Op. 90 Op. 142 - Radu Lupu  Music

Posted by leetest at April 9, 2011
Schubert - Impromptus Op. 90 Op. 142 - Radu Lupu

Schubert - Impromptus Op. 90 Op. 142 - Radu Lupu
Classical | EAC Rip | APE+LOG+CUE+3%RR | Covers | 1 CD, 205 MB
2010 | Decca Japan| UCCD-4566 SHM-CD| Filesonic + Fileserve

Lupu is a keyboard poet, and Schubert's lyrical gems seem as though they were written for his interpretive artistry. He sings the gorgeous melodies with limpid, beautiful tone. The intimacy Lupu achieves in the G-flat impromptu sounds almost personal, an effect heightened by the transparent engineering. There's a luminosity to Lupu's traversal of these remarkable works that's irresistible; his pianism alternates subtle lights and shades. While the playing is elegant and refined, he doesn't stint on the dramatic contrasts in the music, nor does he neglect the dark poetry that pulls it into deeper regions. There are many fine versions of these classics; Lupu's stands with the best. –Dan Davis
Wiener Singverein, Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan - Mozart: Requiem In D Minor, K.626 (1976) Reissue 2002

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem In D Minor, K.626 (1976) Reissue 2002
Anna Tomowa-Sintow (soprano), Agnes Baltsa (contralto), Werner Krenn (tenor), José van Dam (bass)
Wiener Singverein, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Herbert von Karajan
Recording: Berlin, 9/1975

EAC | APE | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 243 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 133 Mb | Scans included
Classical, Choral | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | # 471 639-2 | Time: 00:53:12

Between 1961 and 1986, Herbert von Karajan made three recordings of the Mozart Requiem for Deutsche Grammophon, with little change in his conception of the piece over the years. This recording, from 1975, is, on balance, the best of them. The approach is Romantic, broad, and sustained, marked by a thoroughly homogenized blend of chorus and orchestra, a remarkable richness of tone, striking power, and an almost marmoreal polish. Karajan viewed the Requiem as idealized church music rather than a confessional statement awash in operatic expressiveness. In this account, the orchestra is paramount, followed in importance by the chorus, then the soloists. Not surprisingly, the singing of the solo quartet sounds somewhat reined-in, especially considering these singers' pedigrees. By contrast, the Vienna Singverein, always Karajan's favorite chorus, sings with a huge dynamic range and great intensity, though with an emotional detachment nonetheless. Perfection, if not passion or poignancy, is the watchword. The Berlin orchestra plays majestically, and the sound is pleasingly vivid.
Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan - Schubert: Symphonie No. 9 & Rosamunde Ballet Music (1978/2013) [24/96]

Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan - Schubert: Symphonie No. 9 & Rosamunde Ballet Music (1978/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88.2 kHz | Time - 68:12 minutes | 1.18 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front Cover

There are those who would argue that the Berlin Philharmonic under Herbert von Karajan was a magnificent instrument for the later Romantics Brahms, Bruckner, Wagner, and Strauss. There are others, however, who would argue that Karajan and the BPO were too magnificent for the earlier Romantics Mendelssohn, Schumann, and especially Schubert. They would say that the lushly, plushly, voluptuously sensual sound of the BPO simply overwhelmed the lighter, brighter, and more lyrical early Romantics. And while a few might concede that the BPO may be acceptable in Mendelssohn’s Italian or Schumann’s Rhenish, even they would say that they were all wrong for Schubert.
Herbert von Karajan & Berlin Philharmonic - Herbert von Karajan & Berliner Philharmoniker (2017)

Herbert von Karajan & Berlin Philharmonic - Herbert von Karajan & Berliner Philharmoniker (2017)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 08:08:26 | 1.10 GB
Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Release Year: 2017

One of his peculiarities was that he usually conducted concerts with his eyes closed, vexing many orchestra musicians. However, through Karajan’s intense rehearsals they were thoroughly prepared for performances. “His philosophy was that everything the orchestra needs had to happen beforehand,” the string bassist Rudolf Watzel recalled. Under Herbert von Karajan the Berliner Philharmoniker developed their very own performance culture, characterised by a beauty of sound, enchanting legati, virtuosity and perfection. He preferred to concentrate on the classical-romantic repertoire: Beethoven, Brahms, Bruckner, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Wagner and Strauss. In addition, he devoted himself to the Second Viennese School and leading composers of the early 20th century like Ravel, Stravinsky and Debussy, taking occasional excursions into the contemporary era with works by Messiaen and Henze, even Penderecki.
Artur Schnabel: The Complete Schubert Recordings 1932 - 1950 (2006) (5CD Box Set) {Music and Arts}

Artur Schnabel: The Complete Schubert Recordings 1932 - 1950 (2006)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Artwork | 1464 mb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 830 mb
Classical | Label: Music and Arts - CD-1175

While as an interpreter he is remembered most readily as an advocate of the piano music of Ludwig van Beethoven, Artur Schnabel's own favorite among the so-called "Great Masters" was Franz Schubert. Largely, Schnabel was able to record his little sips of Schubert in between great heaping gulps of Beethoven, and over a period of eighteen years managed to amass the 5 CDs worth of music that makes up Music and Arts' magnificent Artur Schnabel: The Complete Schubert Recordings. This set is "complete" in the sense that it includes every disc of Schubert that Schnabel made and approved for commercial release.
Schubert - Complete Piano Sonatas On Period Instruments (2013) (Paul Badura-Skoda) (9CD Box Set) (REPOST)

Schubert - Complete Piano Sonatas On Period Instruments (2013) (9CD Box Set)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Artwork, d.booklet | 1884 mb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 1352 mb
Classical | Label: Arcana - A 364

In this recording of the complete piano sonatas on period instruments, the Viennese master Paul Badura-Skoda delivers the work of a lifetime: Schubert's music with his passion, his suffering, and that inimitable tone which makes his native city the place so essentially and existentially identified with music. This collection of the twenty Sonatas for period piano recorded by Paul Badura-Skoda on the instruments in his own collection has every chance of being considered by posterity as one of the most creative and most significant achievements.
Herbert von Karajan, Philharmonia Orchestra - Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 1-9 & Overtures (1951-1955/2014) [24/96]

Herbert von Karajan, Philharmonia Orchestra - Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 1-9 & Overtures (1951-1955/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 365:49 minutes | 5,02 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

This recording presents Karajan's first (and probably most thrilling) recording of the complete Beethoven Symphonies, made in the early 1950s with London's recently-founded Philharmonia Orchestra. The recording of the 9th Symphony is available here in stereo for the very first time, taken from original unreleased tapes.