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Playlist of Felix Weingartner

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  • Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 Felix Weingartner

    34:58

    Symphony no 3 in A minor op 56 Scottish
    by Felix Mendelssohn
    1. Andante con moto: Allegro un poco agitato
    2. Vivace non troppo
    3. Adagio
    4. Allegro vivacissimo: Allegro maestoso assai
    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    Felix Weingartner, Conductor
    27.III.1929

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  • Felix Weingartner - Symphony no. 1

    34:23

    Felix von Weingartner - Symphony no. 1 in G Major Op. 23 (1898)

    Marko Letonja conducting the Sinfonieorchester Basel

    I. Allegro Moderato Grazioso - 00:00
    II. Allegretto Alla Marcia - 11:27
    III. Vivace Scherzoso - 18:50
    IV. Allegro Vivo - 28:25

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  • Felix Weingartner conducts Strauss The Blue Danube - Wien, 1937

    1:45

  • Felix Weingartner - Lustige Overture

    11:38

    Felix Weingartner - Lustige Overture Op.53 (1912)

    Leon Botstein conducting the National Orchestra of Lithuania

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  • Beethoven Symphony No 3 Felix Weingartner

    45:17

    Symphony No 3 in E flat Major op 55 Eroica
    by Ludwig van Beethoven
    1. Allegro con brio
    2. Marcia funebre-Adagio assai
    3. Scherzo-Allegro vivace
    4. Finale-Allegro molto
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Felix Weingartner, Conductor
    22.& 23.V.1936

  • Der Freischutz - Overture

    9:34

    Weber : Der Freischutz - Overture

    dir. Felix Paul Weingartner
    Orchestre Symphonique de Paris
    Principal Flute : Marcel Moyse
    1932

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  • Beethoven Symphony No 9 Felix Weingartner

    1:3:22

    Symphony No 9 in D minor op 125 Choral
    by Ludwig van Beethoven
    1. Allegro ma non troppo
    2. Scherzo. Molto vivace
    3. Adagio molto cantabile
    4. Finale: Presto ma non troppo
    Luise Helletsgruber, Soprano
    Rosette Anday, Contralto
    Georg Maikl, Tenor
    Richard Mayr, Bass
    Chor der Wiener Staatsoper
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Felix Weingartner, Conductor
    02.-05.II.1935

  • Felix Weingartner - King Lear

    22:41

    Felix Weingartner - King Lear

  • Weingartner Symphony No.1 in G major

    34:18

    Felix Weingartner

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  • Felix Weingartner - La Burla, symphonic poem, Op.78

    23:30

    Felix Weingartner

    Work: La Burla, symphonic poem, Op.78 (1928)

    Orchestra: Münchner Rundfunkorchester

    Conductor: Rudolf Alberth

    Radio recording

  • Felix Weingartner - Liebesfeier

    2:14

    Felix Weingartner - Liebesfeier Op.16 no. 2 (1892)

    Rudolf Schock accompanied by Adolf Stauch on the piano

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  • Felix Weingartner - Symphony no. 2

    43:46

    Felix Weingartner - Symphony No. 2 (1900) Op. 29

    0:07 I. Lento - Allegro mosso
    15:03 II. Allegro giocoso (mit derbem humor)
    21:54 III. Adagio, ma non troppo, cantabile
    34:16 IV. Allegro risoluto

    performed by the Basel Symphony Orchestra under Marko Letonja

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    Recording:

  • Felix Weingartner VPO

    1:26:16

    Dedicated to dearest best friend & great artist: Laetita Hahn:

    Ludwig van Beethoven:
    • Symphony no.8 in F major, op.93
    Recorded: 25/26 February 1936
    • Symphony no.9 in D minor, op.125 Choral
    Louise Helletsgruber: Soprano
    Rosette Anday: Contralto
    Georg Maikl: Tenor,
    Richard Mayr: Bass
    Recorded 2-5 February 1935.
    Vienna State Opera Chorus & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Felix Weingartner

  • Felix Weingartner

    11:29

    Felix Weingartner (1863-1942) (Autriche)
    Lustige Overture (1912)
    Dir : Leon Botstein

    LIST OF UPLOADS OF COLLECTIONCB, COLLECTIONCB2 and COLLECTIONCB3
    and
    IDEAL DISCOTHEQUE OF MORE THAN 1,400 ORCHESTRAL WORKS OF FEELINGS :

  • Felix Weingartner - Beethoven, The Consecration of the House, Op. 124 HQ

    10:53

    Listen in higher quality, view an in depth description, and download this work freely from my site at

    This transfer came from a good pair of discs, recorded at a moderate level with no significant distortion present during the louder passages. The frequency response is unfortunately rather limited for 1938, with little musical information present above 7kHz, but as there is little distortion, a very lucid result is easily attained without the need for any equalisation other than the obligatory cutter compensation. Although a little crackle was apparent during transfer, it has responded very well indeed to processing in ClickRepair, with pitch protection being necessary to avoid mangling the horns.

    The Consecration of the House is spread across a total of 3 sides, meaning that 2 edits were required to keep continuity. Due to the constant residual noise processing used, there is no increase in surface noise as the side changes, so both edits are seamless.

    From Wikipedia

    The Consecration of the House (or Die Weihe des Hauses), Op. 124, is a work by Ludwig van Beethoven composed in September 1822. It was commissioned by Carl Friedrich Hensler, the Director of Vienna's new Theater in der Josefstadt, and was first performed at the theatre's opening on October 3, 1822. It was the first work Beethoven wrote after his revival of studying the works of J. S. Bach and Handel, and bears their influence.

    Previously, in 1811, Beethoven had written The Ruins of Athens (Die Ruinen von Athen), Op. 113, incidental music for August von Kotzebue's play of the same name, for the dedication of a new theatre in Pest. This same work was to be performed again in 1822 for the new theatre in Vienna. However, Carl Meisl, the commissioner of the Royal Imperial Navy, changed the texts of numbers 1, 6, 7, and 8 of Beethoven's work. Beethoven was not pleased with the revision, and felt that the new text did not fit the music. Meisl also introduced a section, Wo sich die Pulse, for which Beethoven wrote new music (WoO 98). Beethoven wrote a completely new overture for the work, altered some of the musical numbers, and added others, including a final chorus with violin solo and ballet. This new overture is known as the The Consecration of the House Overture. (The extra incidental pieces constitute the entire work.)

    Uploaded to YouTube with lossless audio track.

  • Felix Weingartner - Symphony no. 2 - 2nd Movement

    6:52

    Felix Weingartner - Symphony No. 2 - II. Allegro Giocoso (1900) Op. 29

    performed by the Basel Symphony Orchestra under Marko Letonja

    A wonderfully exciting movement from Weingartner's 2nd Symphony. It is in rondo form.

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  • Felix Weingartner - Wagner - Siegfrieds Funeral March

    7:18

    Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire

  • Felix Weingartner / VPO - Beethoven : Symphony No.9 op.125 - Finale - 再復刻

    22:32

    Vienna Philharmonic Orch. and Vienna State Opera Cho.
    Soprano: Luise Helletsgruber, Alt: Rosette Anday
    Tenor: Georg Maikl, Bass: Richard Mayr
    recorded 2-4 Feb.1935, Mittlerer Konzerthausaal, Wien
    transferred from Jpn Columbia 78s / J-8376/8(CHAX71-76)

  • Felix Weingartner - Beethoven - Symphony No.7

    34:27

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique Weingartner/LSO

    46:11

    Hector Berlioz
    Symphonie Fantastique, Op.14

    1. Rêveries – Passions (00:04)
    2. Un bal (12:09)
    3. Scène aux champs (18:37)
    4. Marche au supplice (32:54)
    5. Songe d'une nuit du sabbat (37:07)

    Felix Weingartner, conductor
    London Symphony Orchestra

    Recorded on October 29/ November 1, 1925
    at The Scala, London

    Hector Berlioz' unsuccessful efforts to court a young actress, Harriet Smithson, (Who eventually became his wife.), inspired him to write a symphony on the theme of an artist suffering from unrequited love; The Symphonie Fantastique.

    The program, in which the artist tries to commit suicide with opium, resulting in strange visions of his own execution and a Witch's Sabbath, contains the seeds of development that spawned generations of nineteenth century music. As one musicologist put it: Any understanding of nineteenth century music must go by way of the 'Symphonie Fantastique'. Without it, nothing from Liszt, Wagner, or anybody else after 1830 makes much sense.

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  • Felix Weingartner.

    19:13

    Basel Symphony Orchestra
    Marko Letonja

    Picture:Jean Francois Millet.Spring

  • Beethoven Symp. # 5 - 1st movement - Weingartner

    7:05

    A request for an early recording of the fist movement of Beethoven's 5th Symphony. This one is by Felix Weingartner (1863-1942) and the Royal Philharmonic recorded for Columbia in 1927. Weingartner is considered the foremost interpreter of Beethoven of his era - at least by today's standards. Definitely not a Romantic approach typical of the time. Fred Gaisberg once said that Weingartner treated his orchestra with frigid detachment and they responded with grudging correctness. Columbia issued a lot of Beethoven records in 1927 (Beethoven's centennial) including almost all of the chamber music. Chamber recordings were so uncommon then that a subscription group (The National Gramophonic Society) was formed to fill in the gap. It soon was no longer needed.

  • Felix Weingartner - Beethoven - Leonore Overture No.2

    12:45

    London Symphony Orchestra

  • Beethoven / Felix Weingartner, 1935: Symphony No. 3 in E Flat major, Op. 55 - Eroica - VPO

    45:31

    Digitized from the LP shown in the video above, issued in 1951 on the Columbia Masterworks label, catalogue number ML 4503. This performance was recorded in the mid-1930s.

    Allegro con brio (0:06)
    Funeral March - Adagio assai (14:07)
    Scherzo - Allegro vivace - Trio (29:00)
    Finale - Allegro molto - Poco andante (33:09)

    Paul Felix von Weingartner, Edler von Münzberg (2 June 1863 -- 7 May 1942) was an Austrian conductor, composer and pianist.

    Felix Weingartner, Edler von Münzberg (* 2. Juni 1863 in Zadar; † 7. Mai 1942 in Winterthur) war ein österreichischer Dirigent, neuromantischer Komponist, Pianist und Schriftsteller.

    A Sinfonia n.º 3, Em Mi Bemol Maior (Op. 55) de Ludwig van Beethoven (conhecida como Eroica que em italiano significa heroica) é uma obra musical, por vezes citada como marco do fim da Era Clássica e o começo da música romântica.

    Felix von Weingartner, compositor y director de orquesta austriaco (* 2 de junio de 1863 en Zadar; † 7 de mayo de 1942 en Winterthur).

    La Symphonie n° 3 en mi bémol majeur communément appelée Eroica -- l'italien pour Héroïque -- opus 55 du compositeur allemand Ludwig van Beethoven, est la troisième de ses neuf symphonies. Elle a été composée en 1803 -- 1804 et créée le 7 avril 18051,2 au Theater an der Wien à Vienne. La symphonie fut tout d'abord dédiée à Napoléon Bonaparte, mais le compositeur renonce à cette dédicace lorsqu'il apprend que le Premier Consul s'est fait couronner empereur. La symphonie est finalement dédiée à la mémoire « d'un grand homme », bien qu'elle soit par la suite dédiée au grand mécène du compositeur, le Prince de Lobkwitz. Cette symphonie est l'une des œuvres les plus populaires de Beethoven. Elle est en outre considérée par certains comme annonciatrice de l'aube du romantisme musical.

    Beethoven war als junger Mann begeisterter Anhänger der Französischen Revolution (1789--1799) und später zeitweise ein Bewunderer Napoleons, der u. a. die Freiheitsideen der Revolution durch Gesetzgebung und Kriege in ganz Europa verbreitete. Napoleon wurde spätestens seit seinen spektakulären Siegen in Oberitalien Mitte der Neunziger Jahre häufig von republikanisch orientierten Intellektuellen in ganz Europa mit dem griechischen Halbgott Prometheus verglichen, der den Göttern Feuer stahl, um die unvollkommenen Menschen zu vollenden und zu befreien. Er galt damit auch als ein Held der Aufklärung. Allerdings änderte sich Beethovens Haltung Napoléon gegenüber, als dieser sich selbst zum Kaiser erhob. Diese Tat weckte Beethovens Hass auf Napoléon, da er laut Beethoven die Idee der Revolution verraten habe. Diesen Gedankengang stellte Beethoven im Jahr 1802 allegorisch verschlüsselt in seiner Musik zu dem Ballett „Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus musikalisch dar, das zeigt, wie die stumpfsinnigen Menschen durch künstlerische Erziehung des Titanen Prometheus bei den Göttern und Musen auf dem antiken Götterberg Parnass erst ihre volle Menschlichkeit erlangen.

    Felix Weingartner (ur. 2 czerwca 1863 w Zadarze, Cesarstwo Austriackie, zm. 7 maja 1942 w Winterthur, Szwajcaria) -- austriacki kompozytor i dyrygent.
    David Hertzberg

    Ludwig van Beethoven / Лудвиг ван Бетховен / لودفيج فان بيتهوفن / লুটৱিস ফান বিটহ'ফন / Λούντβιχ βαν Μπετόβεν / لودویگ فان بتهوون / 루트비히 판 베토벤 / Լյուդվիգ վան Բեթհովեն / לודוויג ואן בטהובן / ルートヴィヒ・ヴァン・ベートーヴェン / Лю́двиг ван Бетхо́вен ლუდვიგ ვან ბეთჰოვენი,ルートヴィヒ・ヴァン・ベートーヴェン,路德维希·范·贝多芬,लूट्विश् फ़ान् बेट्होफ़न्,بيتهوفين,Лю́двиг ван Бетхо́вен,לודוויג ואן בטהובן,루트비히 판 베토벤,Λούντβιχ βαν Μπετόβεν,লুডভিগ ফান বেটোফেন

  • Felix Weingartner - Beethoven - Symphony No.8

    23:03

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Felix Weingartner / VPO - Beethoven : Egmont - Overture Op.84 - 再復刻

    8:30

    Vienna Philharmonic Orch.
    recorded in October 19, 1937, Mittlerer Konzerthaussaal, Wien
    transfer from Jpn Columbia 78s / SW-103(CHAX-7006/7)

  • Beethoven Prometheus - Overture - Felix Weingartner

    4:26

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    Beethoven Prometheus - Overture
    Orchestra: Vienna Philarmonic Orchestra
    Director: Felix Weingartner
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    Digital Remastering of 78 RPM Records
    Only Classical Music Public Domain
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  • Felix Weingartner - Handel - Concerto Grosso Op.6 No. 6

    16:37

    London Symphony Orchestra

  • Felix Weingartner - Liszt - Les Preludes

    14:42

    London Symphony Orchestra

  • Felix Weingartner - Johann Strauss : Voices of Spring 春の声

    6:17

    British Symphony Orch.
    transferred from Jpn Colubia 78s / W-77 (WAX-6050/1)

  • Felix Weingartner - Wagner - Siegfried Idyll

    15:54

    London Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Weingartner King Lear

    22:37

    Weingartner

  • Felix Weingartner

    31:57

    Dedicated to dearest best friend & great artist: Laetita Hahn:

    R.27-11-1923
    & Felix Weingartner: Der Sturm: Entr'acte
    R.28-11-1923
    London Symphony Orchestra: Felix Weingartner

  • Felix Weingartner / VPO_Beethoven : Symphony No.8 - 2nd & 3rd mov.

    7:53

    Vienna Philharmonic Orch.
    recorded at 2/26, 1936
    78rpm record / Columbia, J-8669/ 8671
    electric reproduction

  • Leopold Mozarts Toy Symphony - conducted by FELIX WEINGARTNER

    7:29

    1931 recording, with the British Symphony Orchestra.....this piece was written by Mozart's father and formerly attributed to Haydn.
    I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHT TO THIS--Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • Felix Weingartner , cond. LSO Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique - 3rd. , 4th. mov. & Finare

    27:32

    Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique Op.14 (2/2)

    - Third Movement
    - Forth Movement
    - Finare

    Felix Weingartner , conductor
    London Symphony Orchestra

    Recorded in 29 October 1925 & 01 November 1925

  • Felix Weingartner : Mozart: Symphony no. 39 RESTORED

    24:48

    Huge thank you to my friend Itapirkanmaa2 for the wonderful restoration.

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony no.39 in Eb Major-K-543
    Felix Weingartner Conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra-

  • Felix Weingartner - Beethoven: Symphony # 4 / Prometheus Overture

    34:36

    78 RPM of Felix Weingartner with the London Philharmonic Orchestra performing Beethoven's 4th Symphony and Prometheus Overture. This recording is pressed on Columbia Royal Blue records. The Prometheus Overture begins at 30:06.

  • Felix Weingartner / VPO - Beethoven : Symphony No.9 op.125 - 1st Mvt.

    15:19

    Vienna Philharmonic Orch.
    recorded Feb.2-5, 1935
    78rpm / Jpn Columbia,J-8371/7(CHAX61-76)

  • Beethoven: Symphony No. 9, Felix Weingartner/ Vienna P.O., Vienna State Opera Choir 1935, restored

    1:3:30

    Beethoven:
    Symphony No. 9
    Felix Weingartner
    Vienna P.O.,
    Vienna State Opera Choir
    Luise Helletsgruber, soprano,
    Rosette Anday, contralto,
    Goerg Maikl, tenor,
    Richard Mayr, bass

    Vienna, 1935, restored. The horn now also plays the correct notes throughout in the conclusion!

  • Felix Weingartner conducts Brahms Symphony 4; part 3 of 5

    9:19

    2nd mov: Andante moderato

    Felix Weingartner (1863-1942) leads the London Symphony Orchestra in Brahms' Symphony no 4. Recorded 2nd mov: Andante moderato

    Felix Weingartner (1863-1942) leads the London Symphony Orchestra in Brahms' Symphony no 4. Recorded 2.14.38 at Abbey Road Studio 1.

  • Felix Weingartner conducts Brahms Symphony 4; part 1 of 5

    6:20

    1st mov: Allegro non troppo (part 1)

    Felix Weingartner (1863-1942) leads the London Symphony Orchestra in Brahms' Symphony no 4. Recorded 2.14.38 at Abbey Road Studio 1.

  • Felix Weingartner conducts Brahms Symphony 4; part 2 of 5

    4:59

    1st mov: Allegro non troppo (part 2)

    Felix Weingartner (1863-1942) leads the London Symphony Orchestra in Brahms' Symphony no 4. Recorded 2.14.38 at Abbey Road Studio 1.

  • Weingartner Symphony No.4

    31:18

    Weingartner

  • Felix Weingartner , cond. Old RPO Beethoven: Symphony No.6 - 3rd. , 4th mov. & Finare

    13:44

    Beethoven: Symphony No.6 in F Major Op.68 Pastoral (2/2)

    - Third Movment
    - Forth Movement
    - Finare

    Felix Weingartner, conductor
    Old Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

    Recorded in January 18-19, 1927 at Scala Theatre, London

    (Pitch Correcting version)

  • Felix Weingartner , cond. LSO Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique - 1st. & 2nd. mov.

    18:34

    Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique Op.14 (1/2)

    - First Movement
    - Second Movement

    Felix Weingartner , conductor
    London Symphony Orchestra

    Recorded in 29 October 1925 & 01 November 1925

  • Felix Weingartner / VPO - Beethoven : Symphony No.1 op.21 - 2nd Mvt - 再復刻

    6:23

    Vienna Philharmonic Orch.
    recorded in October 19, 1937, Mittlerer Konzerthaussaal, Wien
    transferred from Jpn Columbia 78s /JW-154(CHAX-7002/3)

  • Beethoven sinfonia # 1, in do maggiore Op. 21 dir. Felix Weingartner 19??, Filarmonica di Vienna

    21:12

    Etichetta: Artisco; Felix Weingartner (1863-1942)
    Musica Classica, Storiche rare esecuzioni, Vinile

    Caricheremo altre rare esecuzioni dei migliori direttori d'orchestra e musicisti! Semplicemente ti chiediamo di unirti al nostro canale ;D

    Adagio molto - Allegro con brio
    Andante cantabile con moto (fa maggiore)
    Minuetto: Allegro molto e vivace - Trio
    Finale: Adagio - Allegro molto e vivace

  • Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik Felix Weingartner/ London S.O 1939, RESTORED

    13:07

    Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik Felix Weingartner/ London S.O 1939, RESTORED

  • Felix Weingartner conducts Brahms Symphony 1; part 2 of 5

    6:15

    1st mvt: Un poco sostenuto; Allegro (part 2)

    Felix Weingartner (1863-1942) leads the London Symphony Orchestra in Brahms' Symphony no 1. Recorded 2.16.39 at Abbey Road Studio 1.

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