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Playlist of Carlos Kleiber

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  • THE ART OF CONDUCTING - CARLOS KLEIBER

    8:01

    Johann Strauss [1825-1899]


    Overtüre zu 'Die Fledermaus'

    Bayerisches Staatsorchester

    Carlos Kleiber, Leitung


    by berlinzerberus

    ...Puhhh, mit diesem Feuerwerk endet die Reihe berühmter Dirigenten.

    Vollständigkeitsanspruch kann diese Sequenz nicht haben, es sind nur die nach meiner Meinung sehr herausgehobenen musikalischen Leistungen Einzelner. Leistungen von Menschen, die durch ihre Persönlichkeit der Kunst des Dirigierens einen besonderen Rang verliehen haben. Eigentlich ist der Dirigent der Musik entfremdet, da er sie ja selbst nicht macht, sondern nur machen lässt, jedoch animieren und verzaubern solche Musiker und Meister ihres Faches jedes Orchester und drücken allen Spielenden ihren persönlichen Stempel auf. Es ist die künstlerische Ausstrahlung ihrer Aura, ihre mitreißende Autorität, die sie absolut von ihren minder begabten Kollegen unterscheidet.
    Sie sind wahre Stars!
    berlinzerberus

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  • Traces to Nowhere - The conductor Carlos Kleiber, with English subtitles

    1:11:22

    Carlos Kleiber was one of the legendary conductors of his time, famous for his infrequent, but supreme interpretations. He had an unusual small repertoire for a major conductor, focusing on only a few symphonies, piano concertos and operas, and demanded unusually long rehearsals. Yet he managed to pull the finest efforts from his musicians because he made them believe in the music as much as he did.
    On the 11th July 2004 Carlos Kleiber got into his car and drove from Munich, via the Alps, to his holiday home in the remote Slovenian village of Konjsica. There he wrote a final letter to a friend in which he bid farewell to the world. A short time later the conductor, increasingly plagued by illness and suffering, was found dead.
    The documentary ‘Traces to Nowhere – The conductor Carlos Kleiber’, represents the first film dedicated to the enigmatic personality of the conductor. The film follows in the traces of Kleiber’s final journey and, by means of the recollections of friends and others who knew Kleiber – including the first and only interview with his sister Veronika Kleiber – portrays a conductor as renowned for his difficult personality as his brilliant work.
    Eric Schulz’ film contains not only impressive shots of Kleiber himself but also most illuminative statements of the said friends and companions. Featuring Veronika Kleiber, Michael Gielen, Plácido Domingo, Brigitte Fassbaender, Otto Schenk, Alexander Werner, Manfred Honeck, Otto Staindl, Klaus König, Karl Friedrich Mess, Anne Kirchbach, Martha Scherer a.o.

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  • Carlos Kleiber - Die Fledermaus - J. Strauss - New Years Concert 1989

    8:02

    Conductor: Carlos Kleiber
    Die Fledermaus - Johann Strauss

  • Carlos Kleiber - I Am Lost To The World

    58:56

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    Carlos Kleiber - I Am Lost To The World (2010)
    Genre - Documentary
    Director - Georg Wubbolt

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  • Who was Carlos Kleiber? - BBC

    45:06

    On 26 September 2009, BBC Radio 3 transmitted a unique documentary, Who Was Carlos Kleiber? Produced by Paul Frankl, and presented by Ivan Hewett with research by Ruth Thomson, this feature was based on interviews with four who knew Kleiber well: tenor and conductor Plácido Domingo, music administrator and Intendant Sir Peter Jonas, music journalist and critic Christine Lemke-Matvey, and conductor--pianist Charles Barber. A transcription of the program is available at

  • Carlos Kleiber conducts Radetsky March by Strauss

    2:57

    Johann Strauss 'Radetsky March'
    New Year's Concert 1989
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Carlos Kleiber

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  • Carlos Kleiber Documentary

    20:39

  • Beethoven - Symphony No. 5, Carlos Kleiber

    33:20

    Symphony No. 5 in C, Op. 67
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    1. Allegro con brio 0:00
    2. Andante con moto 7:21
    3. Scherzo. Allegro 17:21
    4. Allegro 22:29

    Originally released on LP in 1975

  • Carlos Kleiber, Live in Chicago, 1978

    59:55

    Carlos Kleiber, Live in Chicago, 1978 ( Weber, Schubert, Beethoven )

    Carl Maria von Weber ( 1786 - 1826 )
    00:00 Der Freischutz, Overture

    Franz Schubert ( 1797 - 1828 )
    Symphony No.3 in D Major, D.200
    10:17 I. Adagio maestoso - Allegro con brio
    18:54 II. Allegretto
    21:41 III. Menuetto : vivace
    25:29 IV. Presto vivace

    Ludwig van Beethoven ( 1770 - 1827 )
    Symphony No.5 in C Minor, Op.67
    30:06 I. Allegro con brio
    37:04 II. Andante con moto
    46:28 III. Scherzo. Allegro
    51:26 IV. Allegro

    Carlos Kleiber, conductor
    Chicago Symphony Orchestra
    1978 ( Artists )

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  • Carlos Kleiber Conducts Beethoven Symphony No.6 Pastoral

    39:37

    Ludwig van Beethoven

    Symphony No. 6 op.68 Pastoral

    I. Allegro ma non troppo. Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der
    Ankunft auf dem Land
    II. Andante molto mosso. Szene am Bach
    III. Allegro. Lustiges Zusammensein der Landleute
    IV. Allegro. Gewitter Sturm
    V. Allegretto. Hirtengesang. Frohe und dankbare Gefühle nach dem
    Sturm

    Bayerisches Staatsorchester
    Carlos Kleiber
    Recorded live at the Bayerische Staatsoper, November 7th, 1983
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    Carlos Kleiber was the greatest conductor of our time. He didn't make a commercial recording of Beethoven's Symphony No. 6, but it was broadcast on radio. When they wanted to put it on disc, the radio company's tapes of the broadcast had deteriorated too much to be copied, but his son had made a cassette recording of the broadcast, so they remastered the cassette to make this wonderful recording. It's amazing to listen to. Kleiber has such magnificent sweep to his performances. (David Parry, BBC Music, June 2017)

  • An der schönen blauen Donau, Op. 314 藍色多瑙河 -- Carlos Kleiber 維也納交響樂團

    11:00

    Carlos Kleiber

  • Carlos Kleiber and Herbert von Karajan

    14:12

  • Erich Kleiber conducting Johann Strausss Waltz An der schönen, blauen Donau

    9:49

    Johann Strauss - An der schönen, blauen Donau (Berlin 1932) -
    Erich Kleiber conducting

  • Carlos Kleiber contested by the La Scalas loggionistis

    2:00

    Carlos Kleiber contested by the La Scala's loggionistis at the beginning of act 3 and act 4 of Verdi's Otello
    Milano, 1976

  • Carlos Kleiber -Johann Strauss II Unter Donner und Blitz

    3:20

    With Bavarian State Orchestra
    May 19th,1986
    Syowa Women's Univ. HITOMI Memorial Hall, Tokyo

  • Beethoven: Symphony No.4 / C.Kleiber Bayerische Staatsorchester

    30:48

    1st [0:40] 2nd [9:30] 3rd [18:43] 4th [24:08]

    Carlos Kleiber
    Bayerische Staatsorchester

    1986.5.19 Tokyo. Japan Live

  • Strauss, Ein Heldenleben

    39:26

    Richard Strauss. Ein Heldenleben, op. 40
    Wiener Philharmoniker; Rainer Küchl, violin soloist; Carlos Kleiber, conductor
    Recorded live in the Wiener Musikverein 16 May 1993

    The two performances of 15 and 16 May 1993 are the only ones Kleiber ever gave of this work. “Heldenleben went OK,” he remarked in a letter.

    Der Held (0:00)
    Des Helden Widersacher (3:55)
    Des Helden Gefährtin (6:50)
    Des Helden Walstatt (17:25)
    Des Helden Friedenswerke (25:19)
    Des Helden Weltflucht und Vollendung (29:47)

  • Carlos Kleiber - Johann Strauss II - Frühlingsstimmen Op. 410

    6:50

    Johann Strauss II - Frühlingsstimmen (Voices of Spring)
    New Year's Concert 1989
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Carlos Kleiber

  • Verdi OTELLO Domingo,Freni,Cappuccilli-Kleiber 1976 Scala sub español

    2:22:14

    En 1871 Giuseppe Verdi (Bussetto 1813 - Milán 1901) había estrenado su ópera Aída y tuvieron que pasar 16 años para que el genial compositor alumbrara su siguiente obra: Otelo.
    La ópera está dividida en cuatro actos y el libreto es obra de Arrigo Boito, basado en el drama homónimo de William Shakespeare. Su estreno tuvo lugar en el Teatro alla Scala de Milán el 5 de febrero de 1887, constituyendo un éxito clamoroso. El tenor Francesco Tamagno encarnó a Otelo, el barítono Víctor Maurel a Yago y el papel de Desdémona fue cantado por la soprano Romilda Pantaleoni, todos ellos cantaron bajo la batuta de Franco Faccio. El autor, la noche del estreno, tuvo que salir a saludar 20 veces.

    Actuación en directo desde La Scala fue el primer Otello de Plácido Domingo y como tal, es de gran valor. Él está en su mejor momento y su voz es flexible, vibrante, poderosa y hermosa. El supersquillo está aquí y aunque más tarde se modifique su interpretación, perdería algo del poder que una vez tuvo en la voz. Mirella Freni ya había cantado el papel con Jon Vickers, otro poderoso intérprete Otello. Freni canta con dulzura, verdaderas habilidades lírico spinto Piero Cappucilli es un Iago excelente. Él hace su voz parece más oscura de lo normal, con una calidad poderoso y aterrador. Fue maestro en papeles de barítono de Verdi (Nabucco, Macbeth, Boccanegra) . Con un reparto como este, es muy difícil encontrar un Otello mejor. Finalmente, Carlos Kleiber a la batuta dirige con una maestrìa y una pasión absolutamente electrizantes.

    Espero que la disfruten.

  • Beethoven - Symphony No. 3 Eroica - Erich Kleiber/Concertgebouw 1950

    44:56

    -------- ReSound Project --------
    Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 3 in E-flat, Op.55 'Eroica' //
    0:00 - I. Allegro con brio --
    13:36 - II. Marcia funebre. Adagio assai --
    28:41 - III. Scherzo-Trio. Allegro vivace --
    34:06 - IV. Finale. Allegro molto --
    Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra / Erich Kleiber, cond.
    recorded May 8, 1950

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  • CARLOS KLEIBER ~ BEETHOVEN SYMPHONY # 4 in B flat - CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA

    34:26

    The phenomenal German-born Austrian conductor performs Beethoven's Symphony # 4 in B flat major with the Concertgebouw Symphony Orchestra in Amsterdam.

    The symphony is scored for flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in B♭, 2 bassoons, 2 horns in B♭ and E♭, 2 trumpets in B♭ and E♭, timpani and strings
    IMO, the greatest conductor of the last century!

  • Strauss II - Fledermaus Overture - Kleiber

    8:20

    Südfunk-Sinfonieorchester
    1970
    Carlos Kleiber

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    From a video 30 years ago, featuring the rehearsal and concert performances of Weber's Der Freischütz overture and Strauss II's Die Fledermaus overture.

    Not much has changed, though he didn't have a Luftpause then; the recent ones here have it, namely:

    Weiner


    Bayerischen in Japan


    Bayerischen in pit:

  • Rosenkavalier Trio - Lott, von Otter, Bonney & Kleiber on the screen!

    6:12

    Richard Strauss (1864-1949)

    DER ROSENKAVALIER

    Marie Theres'!... Hab' mir's gelobt

    Die Feldmarschallin - Felicity Lott
    Octavian - Anne Sofie von Otter
    Sophie - Barbara Bonney

    Chor und Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper
    (Vienna State Opera Chorus and Orchestra)

    Carlos Kleiber

    Vienna, 1994

  • Mesmerised by Carlos Kleiber #1/6 | Introduction

    9:13

    MESMERISED BY CARLOS
    PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF THE EXCEPTIONAL IMPACT THAT CARLOS KLEIBER MADE ON MUSICIANS AND AUDIENCES
    A VIDEO PODCAST SERIES BY JON TOLANSKY

    Podcast 1: Introduction – Who was Carlos Kleiber? How and why did he suddenly leap to world fame when Deutsche Grammophon issued his first ever recording, in 1973, conducting Weber’s Der Freischütz? Why was he legendary in his own lifetime as an electrifying and vividly charismatic conductor and yet, to most people, a remote and inaccessible person who refused to give interviews and only appeared increasingly infrequently, but when he did so unfailingly mesmerised both musicians and audiences – people who knew him and people who never met him?

    Mesmerised by Carlos Kleiber #1/6 | Introduction
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  • In Rehearsal & Performance - Carlos Kleiber

    3:02

    Carlos Kleiber hated routine, and his appearances were often months apart - one of the reasons why his agreement to do this film recording was considered quite a coup. Kleiber’s distinctive qualities - his precision, politeness, charm, imagination and astonishing success at achieving the effects he desired - all come to the forefront in these uniquely memorable rehearsals and performances recorded in 1970

  • Brahms: Symphony 2- Carlos Kleiber- 1991

    41:24

    October 6, 1991

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - concert

    Mozart : Symphony No.36
    Brahms : Symphony No.2

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Vienna , Musikvereinssaal

    Benefizkonzert zugunsten der Österreichischen Gesellschaft zur Bekämpfung der Muskelerkrankungen.

  • Carlos Kleiber in Agony

    1:05

    Enigmatic conductor Carlos Kleiber considers killing himself during a less-than-perfect performance of Der Rosenkavalier. Nevertheless, he fails to miss a beat.

    Wiener Staatsoper, 1994

  • Brahms: Symphony No.4 / C.Kleiber Bayerische Staatsorchester【Full HD】

    43:05

    【Full HD】
    1st [0:20] 2nd [13:57] 3rd [25:39] 4th [32:06]

    Carlos Kleiber
    Bayerische Staatsorchester

    1996.10.21 Live

  • Mesmerised by Carlos Kleiber #4/6 | The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

    12:53

    MESMERISED BY CARLOS
    PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF THE EXCEPTIONAL IMPACT THAT CARLOS KLEIBER MADE ON MUSICIANS AND AUDIENCES
    A VIDEO PODCAST SERIES BY JON TOLANSKY

    Podcast 4: Eighteen months after his debut recording, Kleiber returned to the recording hall to set down mercurial and thrilling accounts of Beethoven’s Symphonies Nos 5 & 7 with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. This musical partnership grew out of a mutual love and respect, with Kleiber bringing a unique inspiration to the musicians.


    Mesmerised by Carlos Kleiber #4/6 | The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
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  • Carlos Kleiber - Traces to Nowhere

    3:55

    On the 11th July 2004 Carlos Kleiber got into his car and drove from Munich, via the Alps, to his holiday home in the remote Slovenian village of Konjsica. There he wrote a final letter to a friend in which he bid farewell to the world. A short time later the conductor, increasingly plagued by illness and suffering, was found dead. The documentary 'Traces to Nowhere -- The conductor Carlos Kleiber', represents the first film dedicated to the enigmatic personality of the conductor. The film follows in the traces of Kleiber's final journey and, by means of the recollections of friends and others who knew Kleiber -- including the first and only interview with his sister Veronika Kleiber -- portrays a conductor as renowned for his difficult personality as his brilliant work. Featuring Veronika Kleiber, Michael Gielen, Plácido Domingo, Brigitte Fassbaender, Otto Schenk, Alexander Werner, Manfred Honeck, Otto Staindl, Klaus König, Karl Friedrich Mess, Anne Kirchbach, Martha Scherer a.o.

  • Mozart: Symphony No.36 Linz / Carlos Kleiber Wiener Philharmoniker【16:9 HD Remaster】

    31:56

    【Full HD】
    1st [0:44] 2nd [11:32] 3rd [18:56] 4th [22:50]

    Carlos Kleiber
    Wiener Philharmoniker

    1992 Live

  • J. Strauss II Tritsch-Tratsch Polka Carlos Kleiber

    2:49

    J. Strauss II Tritsch-Tratsch Polka Carlos Kleiber 1992

  • Beethoven: Coriolan Overture / C.Kleiber Bayerische Staatsorchester【Full HD】

    9:03

    【Full HD】

    Carlos Kleiber
    Bayerische Staatsorchester

    1996.10.21 Live

  • Beethoven: Symphony No.7 / C.Kleiber Bayerische Staatsorchester

    34:38

    1st [0:10] 2nd [11:39] 3rd [19:27] 4th [27:16]

    Carlos Kleiber
    Bayerische Staatsorchester

    1986.5.19 Tokyo. Japan Live

  • Beethoven: Symphony No. 6, Carlos Kleiber/Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, 1983 live restored

    38:53

    Beethoven: Symphony No. 6, Carlos Kleiber/Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, 1983 live restored

    This was requested from me.
    It is a compact cassette backup of the master tape given personally to the conductor, while the actual master tape became unusable in the radio archives.
    I strongly suspect the cassette was encoded with a version of the Dolby (tm) noise reduction system, and the corresponding decoding was not honoured (not known) when the transfer was made. The Dolby encoding is proprietary, but I did what I could to make the sound as realistic as possible, the ratio of the high range emphasis is variable in a Dolby encoding.


    Art: Ferdinand von Wright: Katajanokka (now in central Helsinki)

  • Carlos Kleiber conducts Richard Wagner Tristan Und Isolde

    42:34

    Richard Wagner - Tristan and Isolde, Opera, WWV 90 | Carlos Ludwig Kleiber. Unknown recording presumably with Catarina Ligendza, Donald McIntyre, Heinz Feldhoff, Heinz Zednik, Helge Brilioth. Bayreuth Festival Orchestra, Bayreuth, c.1974-76.
    Fragments:
    00:00 Prelude
    26:00 Love Duet
    35:47 Liebestod

    Live Recordings:
    First part | In rehearsal (1/2)
    Second part | conducting (2/2)

    Studio Recordings:
    Act I. Prelude
    Act III. Liebestod
    Complete Opera


    ACT ONE

    Prelude
    At sea, on the deck of Tristan's ship during the crossing from Ireland to Cornwall.


    Friedrich Nietzsche, who in his younger years was one of Wagner's staunchest allies, wrote that, for him, Tristan and Isolde is the real opus metaphysicum of all art. . . insatiable and sweet craving for the secrets of night and death. . . it is overpowering in its simple grandeur. In a letter to his friend Erwin Rohde in October 1868, Nietzsche described his reaction to Tristan's Prelude: I simply cannot bring myself to remain critically aloof from this music; every nerve in me is atwitch, and it has been a long time since I had such a lasting sense of ecstasy as with this overture. Even after his break with Wagner, Nietzsche continued to consider Tristan a masterpiece: Even now I am still in search of a work which exercises such a dangerous fascination, such a spine-tingling and blissful infinity as Tristan — I have sought in vain, in every art.


    Tristan und Isolde is an opera, or music drama, in three acts by Richard Wagner to a German libretto by the composer, based largely on the romance by Gottfried von Straßburg. It was composed between 1857 and 1859 and premiered in Munich on 10 June 1865 with Hans von Bülow conducting. Wagner referred to the work not as an opera, but called it eine Handlung (literally a drama. a plot or an action), which was the equivalent of the term used by the Spanish playwright Calderón for his dramas.
    Wagner's composition of Tristan und Isolde was inspired by his affair with Mathilde Wesendonck and the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer. Widely acknowledged as one of the peaks of the operatic repertory, Tristan was notable for Wagner's advanced use of chromaticism, tonality, orchestral colour and harmonic suspension.

    The opera was profoundly influential among Western classical composers and provided inspiration to composers such as Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss, Karol Szymanowski, Alban Berg and Arnold Schoenberg. Many see Tristan as the beginning of the move away from conventional harmony and tonality and consider that it lays the groundwork for the direction of classical music in the 20th century.

    It was only after Ludwig II of Bavaria became a sponsor of Wagner (he granted the composer a generous stipend and in other ways supported Wagner's artistic endeavours) that enough resources could be found to mount the premiere of Tristan und Isolde. Hans von Bülow was chosen to conduct the production at the Munich Opera, despite the fact that Wagner was having an affair with his wife, Cosima von Bülow.

    A lot of ink has been spilled about child prodigies like Mozart, but little attention has been paid to the phenomenon of the late bloomer. Clearly Wagner belongs to the latter group: had he died at 50, with the premiers of Tristan, Meistersinger, the Ring, and Parsifal before him, he would be considered only a musical middleweight. Tristan marks his first fully mature work and establishes Wagner as a composer of the first rank. This digital recording from the early 1980s features a good, experienced cast. Rene Kollo is nearing the end of his effective career, but turns in a workmanlike performance, while Margaret Price sounds fresh and young. During his career, Maestro Carlos Kleiber has not competed with Herbert von Karajan or Georg Solti in the number of his recordings, but the quality of his output has always been among the best, and here he offers an exceptionally delicate orchestral reading.

  • Carlos Kleiber Vienna New Years Concert 1989

    1:32:37

    Starts 00:28

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  • Rare footage of Carlos Kleiber in Ljubljana, 6th June 1997

    3:36

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    From documentary Trace to Nowhere.

    Ludwig van Beethoven: Coriolan Overture (fragments)

    Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra
    Carlos Kleiber

  • Beethoven Symphonie Nr. 5 / Wiener Philharmoniker, Carlos Kleiber

    33:32

    Symphonie Nr. 5 C-moll Op. 67
    Allegro Con Brio
    Andante Con Moto
    Allegro
    Allegro

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  • Brahms Symphony No.4 - Carlos Kleiber / Berliner Philharmoniker

    39:48

    Carlos Kleiber conducted Berliner Philharmoniker only twice. This is the latter. Probably the most exciting concert I've ever attended.

    28 June 1994, Berliner Philharmonie

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  • Carlos Kleiber in rehearsal & in concert - Johann Strauss - Die Fledermaus - 1970 D/ITA COMPLETE!

    44:15

    Carlos Kleiber in rehearsal & in concert - Part II - Die Fledermaus - Johann Strauss [Südfunk-Sinfonieorchester] - 1970 [DE+IT subs] COMPLETE! Enjoy :)

  • Carlos Kleiber -Verdi La Traviata- Live in München, 1975 ヴェルディ「椿姫」カルロス・クライバー ミュンヘンライブ

    1:49:43

    Giuseppe Verdi “La traviata”
    München, Bayrisches Staatsoper
    26 April, 1975, Live Recording
    Carlos Kleiber
    Bayerische Staatsorchester und Chor
    Violetta: Ileana Cotrubas
    Alfredo: Giacomo Aragall
    Giorgio: Wolfgang Brendel
    Flora: Doris Linser Annina: Helena Jungwirth
    Gastone: WillBrokmeir Barona Douphoi: Hans Wilbrink
    Marchese d'Obigny: Kar Hoppe Dottore Grenvil: Max Pröbstl
    Un commisssario: Paul Winter
    ヴェルディ「椿姫」
    カルロス・クライバー(指揮)
    バイエルン国立管弦楽団、同合唱団
    ヴィオレッタ:イレアナ・コトルバス(Sp)
    アルフレート:ジャコモ・アラガル(T)
    ジョルジョ:ヴォルフガング・ブレンデル(Br)他
    録音:1975年4月26日(ライヴ,モノラル)
    0:00 Act1
    27:35 Act2 scene 1
    1:02:30 scene 2
    1:22:58 Act3

  • Mozart: Symphony No.33 K.319 / C.Kleiber Bayerische Staatsorchester【Full HD】

    22:18

    【Full HD】
    1st [0:13] 2nd [7:35] 3rd [13:14] 4th [16:08]

    Carlos Kleiber
    Bayerische Staatsorchester

    1996.10.21 Live

  • Neujahrskonzert der Wiener Philharmoniker 1989 Carlos Kleiber

    1:42:54

    New Year's Concert 1989
    Carlos Kleiber. Vienna Philharmonic
    Record from 3sat 01.010.1989

  • Brahms Symphony 4 - Carlos Kleiber / VPO

    39:44

    Brahms: Symphony No. 4 (Carlos Kleiber/Vienna Philharmonic)
    Composer: Johannes Brahms
    Work: Symphonie Nr. 4 e-moll, op. 98
    Orchestra: Wiener Philharmoniker
    Conductor: Carlos Kleiber
    Location: Vienna, Musikvereinssaal
    Date: 12 and 15 March 1980


    Here's the award-winning 1980 recording of Brahms' last symphony, with Carlos Kleiber conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

    Kleiber opts for a lean, austere sound, which is greatly structured and highly energetic. It's a cliche, but once you start listening, nothing can distract you from following it all the way to the end. His tempi are fast, and the dramatic climaxes - the coda of the first movement, for instance - are punched home with the greatest vehemence. The final passacaglia movement is simply sensational: Brahms marks it allegro energico e passionato, and that's exactly what it comes as. Kleiber's grasp of the architecture ensures a tremendously powerful impact.

    Brahms began working on the piece in 1884, just a year after completing his Symphony No. 3, and completed it in 1885. The work was given its premiere in Meiningen on October 25, 1885 with Brahms himself conducting.

    Movements:
    1: Allegro non troppo (E minor)
    2: Andante moderato (E minor/E major)
    3: Allegro giocoso (C major [might also be interpreted as E phrygian])
    4: movement: Allegro energico e passionato (E minor)


    DISCLAIMER: I do not own the rights to the music, the recording and the pictures. No copyright infringement is intended. If the video violates any copyright, I will gladly remove it.

  • Carlos Kleiber conducting comparison: Die Fledermaus

    8:02

    Here is a comparison of Carlos Kleiber conducting Johann Strauss II Die Fledermaus overture with two great orchestras (split screen, simultaneous video)
    Left: Bayerisches Staatsorchester (Bavarian State Orchestra), in Tokyo, 1986 - Syowa Women's Univ. HITOMI Memorial Hall, Tokyo
    Right: Wiener Philharmoniker (Vienna Philharmonic), in Vienna, 1989 (New Year's Concert) - Neujahrskonzert der Wiener Philharmoniker - Musikverein



    Comparación de Carlos Kleiber dirigiendo la obertura de El murciélago de Johann Strauss (hijo) junto a dos grandes orquestas.

    Izquierda: Orquesta de la Ópera de Baviera
    Derecha: Filarmónica de Viena

    A STUDY IN CONTRASTS – CARLOS KLEIBER (by Kati Harrison)
    Enigmatic, eccentric, great and passionate are all familiar and perhaps even alluring descriptions of conductor, Carlos Kleiber. Kleiber was born on July 3rd in 1930 in Berlin. His father was the celebrated and worshiped Austrian conductor Eric Kleiber who moved his family to Argentina in order to flee Nazi Germany. The elder Kleiber also discouraged his son Carlos from becoming involved in music.

    Like a number of gifted souls Carlos Kleiber was a study in contrasts. An enfant terrible, Kleiber was a temperamental perfectionist and a man who had a childlike fascination with double-decker buses and video games. On the one hand Kleiber was notorious for canceling engagements at the last minute, and on the other steadfast in maintaining continuity and permanence at home with his wife and children. Kleiber could be relentlessly brusque with a performer vowing never to work with him or her again. But he was also a personable and unique communicator with the musicians standing in front of him. Instead of singling out instrumentalists, he would leave notes, fondly called “Kleibergrams,” on their respective music stands. They read something like this: “Clarinets-basses Tristan und Isolde 5-5-78 Prelude 1 Action, 5th to 10 bars with the ending: please, do not enter without me, because I wait for a long time here. And perhaps the attack should be lighter. Thank you very much, good luck, yours Carlos Kleiber.”

    Carlos Kleiber’s love and hate relationship with conducting is another ironic twist. Herbert von Karajan once said: “Carlos has a genius for conducting but he doesn’t enjoy doing it. He tells me, ‘I conduct only when I’m hungry.’” Aside from an emotionally exhausting drive for perfectionism, part of Kleiber’s apprehension might have been the weight of following in the shadow of his father. Kleiber Sr., who could be a bit prickly himself, once told his son to never attempt to conduct waltzes, “..as you have no sense of rhythm.” In spite of that vote of confidence, Carlos would later record a concert of waltzes and light music, which is considered to be definitive. Aside from everything else, he was a homebody who did not care for fame or glamour. He once told Leonard Bernstein: “I want to grow in a garden. I want to have the sun. I want to eat and drink and sleep and make love and that’s it.”

    Even to the musically untrained ear, one can still hear Carlos Kleiber’s complete control, understanding and brilliant interpretation of the music. Along with the powerful control and a passion to remain crystal-clear true to the music, Kleiber’s uniqueness also lay in his commitment to play only what he wanted to play. Some argue that he did not cover enough of the repertoire. Perhaps it was this self-knowledge and commitment to remain true to what he liked that was his biggest strength as a conductor. It certainly makes choosing recordings much simpler as you can be certain that each was an act of love and excessively hard work. There is no doubt that Kleiber and the orchestra are giving it everything they have. Opera lovers say that Kleiber’s Der Rosenkavalier by Richard Strauss is superlative. In the orchestral repertoire, go for the recording of the Brahms Symphony No. 4. No matter how many times you have heard this Brahms warhorse, be prepared for a transcendental experience. And remember any recording you choose by Carlos Kleiber will be splendid as he left us only the best. On the subject of conducting, Plácido Domingo once said, “I want to have the liveliness of Levine, the gesture of Abbado, the capacity of Mehta and…everything of Kleiber!”


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