Beethoven: 13 Times the Same and 13 Times Different / Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra
G-G-G-E flat, better known as "Ta-ta-ta-taaa", are perhaps the four most famous notes in all of classical music, four notes that almost the whole world knows. They form the opening motif of the 5th Symphony in C minor, Opus 67 by Ludwig van Beethoven. In various interpretations by Otto Klemperer, Michael Gielen, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski and Ádám Fischer, among others, the range of Beethoven's reception at the turn of the millennium is to be compared. At the end the whole symphony will be heard under Robert Trevino: Hear, discover and compare.
Catalog Number: 8551451
Composer: Franz Liszt, Ludwig van Beethoven
Conductor: Ádám Fischer, Béla Drahos, Hans Rosbaud, Helmut Müller-Brühl, Herbert Kegel, Jascha Horenstein, Michael Gielen, Otto Klemperer, Robert Trevino, Roger Norrington, Roy Goodman, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski
Orchestra/Ensemble: Baden-Baden South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Cologne Chamber Orchestra, Danish Chamber Orchestra, Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, Hanover Band, Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia, Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Pro Musica Orchestra, Vienna Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Konstantin Scherbakov