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Playlist of Karl Böhm

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  • Ich Erinnere Mich Dr. Karl Böhm

    59:24

    Description

  • Mozart Requiem Karl Bohm

    1:3:53

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  • Beethoven Symphony No 5 - Karl Böhm, V.P.O. 1977.3.2 Japan NHK Live HQ

    39:54

    The playing sound source is one I recorded a tape from FM live broadcast at that time.
    I replaced it with video sound source (Image deterioration in editing)

    本動画は1977年3月2日のNHKホールに於けるカール・ベーム指揮、ウィン・フィルハーモニー管弦楽団の演奏会映像にインタビューを加えて制作されたTV番組です。

    演奏部分の音質が悪いので、FM LIVE 放送を録音した2Tr/38cmテープからデジタル化した音源に差し替えてあります(編集で画質劣化)

    Beethoven Symphony No 5 - Karl Böhm, V.P.O.
      解説 (Interview and commentary) : 0:00
      入場シーン (Admission scene) : 2:36
      第1楽章( 1st:) : Allegro con brio (3:11)
      第2楽章( 2nd) : Andante con moto (12:02)
      第3楽章( 3rd) : Allegro (23:10)
      第4楽章( 4th) : Allegro (29:31)

  • Strauss Don Juan - Karl Bohm with Vienna Philharmonic

    1:5:19

    Strauss Don Juan - Karl Bohm with Vienna Philharmonic (Rehearsal and Concert)

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  • Karl Böhm Reahearsals Richard Strausss Elektra .1981

    4:41

    Leonie Rysanek as Elektra

    Part of the DocumentaryOb ich die Musik nicht Höre? Sie Kommt doch aus mir

  • Portrait Karl Böhm

    53:37

    Portrait Karl Böhm (Documentary) 【with Japanese subtitles】 (1967)

    ポートレート「カール・ベーム」 (ドキュメンタリー) 【日本語字幕付き】 (1967)

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  • THE ART OF CONDUCTING - KARL BÖHM

    11:33

    Johann Strauss [1825-1899]

    An der schönen blauen Donau op. 314
    [Donauwalzer]


    Wiener Philharmoniker

    Karl Böhm, Leitung

    Tokyo 1975


    by berlinzerberus

  • Beethoven Symphony No.5 Movt 4 - Karl Böhm, Wiener Philharmoniker

    9:58

    Beethoven Symphony No.5 Op.67 in C minor Movt 4 Allegro


    Karl Böhm, Wiener Philharmoniker

    NHK Hall, Japan, 1977

  • The Fountain, Karl Bohm

    2:47

    It's one of my favorite piano pieces. I also have a mp3-file:

    For more videos by me, here is a playlist for all of you:

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  • Mozart: The Magic Flute Karl Bohm 1964 Re-mastered

    1:49:07

    This is an amazing recording of the Magic Flute.
    00:00 - 07:17 Overture
    07:18 - 14:01 Nr. 1 Introduction: Zu Hilfe! Zu Hilfe!
    14:02 - 14:23 Wo Bin Ich?
    14:24 - 16:57 Der Vogelfänger Bin Ich Ja
    16:58 - 20:11 He Da!... Was Da?
    20:12 - 24:47 Dies Bildnis Ist Bezaubernd Schön
    24:48 - 25:33 Rüste Dich Mit Mut Und Standhaftigkeit
    25:34 - 30:57 Oh, Zittre Nicht, Mein Lieber Sohn !

  • Wilhelm Backhaus plays Beethoven, Piano Concerto No.4 - Karl Böhm, Wiener Symphoniker

    33:42

    LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
    Piano Concerto No.4 in G major, Op.58
    00:00:02 I. Allegro moderato
    00:17:53 II. Andante con moto
    00:22:24 III. Rondo. Vivace

    WILHELM BACKHAUS, piano
    Wiener Symphoniker
    KARL BÖHM, conductor

    Recorded at Studio Rosenhügel, Vienna, 3-9 April 1967

  • Wagner - Götterdämmerung Opera / Der Ring des Nibelungen

    4:8:35

    Wilhelm Richard Wagner (1813-1883) - Götterdämmerung (Der Ring des Nibelungen)

    Prologue

    Welch licht leuchtet dort (00:00)
    Wisset ihr noch, so windet von neuem das seil (09:32)
    Orchestral interlude - Tagesanbruch (15:46)
    Zu neuen taten, teurer helde (18:36)
    O heilige götter! Hehre geschlechter ! (27:26)
    Orchestral interlude - Siegfrieds rheinfahrt (30:00)

    Act 1

    Nun hör, Hagen, sage mir, held (35:26)
    Brächte Siegfried die braut dir heim (41:39)
    Heil ! Siegfried, tearer held (48:21)
    Willkommen, gast, in gibichs haus (54:45)
    Deinem Bruder bot ich mich zum mann (58:10)
    Blühenden Lebens labendes blut (1:02:30)
    Hier sitz zur wacht (1:08:31)
    Orchestral Interlude (1:12:20)
    Altgewohntes gerausch raunt meinem ohr die ferne (1:18:07)
    Hore mit sinn, was ichdir sage (1:25:34)
    Welch banger traume maren (1:35:59)
    Brunnhild’ ! Ein freie kam (1:44:33)

    Act 2

    Vorspiel (1:53:16)
    Schläfst du, Hagen, mein Sohn ? (1:56:04)
    Orchestral interlude (2:03:32)
    Hoiho, Hagn ! Muder mann ! (2:05:31)
    Hoiho ! Ihr Gibichsmannen (2:09:53)
    Heil dir, Gunther (2:18:55)
    Brunnhild', die hehrste Frau (2:20:05)
    Was muht Brunnhildes blick (2:23:44)
    Ha ! dieser war es, der mir den Ring entris (2:26:59)
    Helle wehr ! Heilige waffe ! (2:34:16)
    Welches Unholds list liegt hier verhohlen (2:41:13)
    Dir hilft kein Hirn (2:48:33)

    Act 3

    Vorspiel - Frau sonne sendet lichte strahlen (2:54:56)
    Siegfried ! (3:01:53)
    Ihr listigen Frauen, last das sein ! (3:08:13)
    Hoiho ! (3:14:17)
    Trink, Gunther, Trink ! (3:18:34)
    Mime hies ein Mürrischer Zwerg (3:21:01)
    Brunnhilde, heilige braut (3:30:34)
    Orchestral interlude - Trauermarsch (3:34:12)
    Was das sein horn ? (3:41:00)
    Schweigt eures jammers jauchzenden Schwall (3:48:18)
    Starke scheite schichtet mir dort (3:51:38)
    Mein erbe nun nehm’ Ich zu eigen (3:58:57)
    Grane, mein Ros, sei mir gegrüßt ! (4:02:32)
    Zurück vom Ring ! (4:04:34)


    Main actors / Acteurs principaux

    Siegfried : Wolfgang Windgassen
    Gunther : Thomas Stewart
    Alberich : Gustav Neidlinger
    Hagen : Josef Greindl
    Brünnhilde : Birgit Nilsson
    Gutrune : Ludmila Dvorakova
    Waltraute : Martha Mödl
    Woglinde : Dorothea Siebert
    Wellgunde : Helga Dernesch
    Flosshilde : Sieglinde Wagner
    Norn (3) : Marga Höffgen, Annelies Burmeister, Anja Silja

    Chor und Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele
    Chorus Master : Wilhelm Pitz
    Conducted by Karl Böhm
    Live recording in 1967
    Label : Philips

    Richard Wagner PLAYLIST (reference recordings)


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  • MAURIZIO POLLINI - Mozart Piano Concerto in A major / Karl Bohm/ Vienna Philharmonic

    27:05

    An early performance by Maurizio Pollini and Karl Bohm of Mozart's Piano Concerto # 23 in A major.
    Karl Bohm conducts the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • Brahms : Symphony No.1 in C minor op.68 Bohm/BPO/1959

    43:22

    Karl Böhm
    Berlin Philharmoniker
    Recorded in 1959

    My favorite.

    1st movement : Un poco sostenuto – Allegro 0:00
    2nd movement : Andante sostenuto 12:40
    3rd movement : Un poco allegretto e grazioso 22:11
    4th movement : Adagio - Più andante - Allegro non troppo, ma con brio - Più allegro 26:42

  • MOZART SYMPHONY # 38 in D KARL BOHM ~ Vienna Philharmonic

    26:58

    Karl Bohm conducts the Vienna Philharmonic in a performance of the Mozart Symphony # 38 in D major, K. 504. (thankfully, with no repeat in the first movement!) Böhm was praised for his rhythmically robust interpretations of the operas and symphonies of Mozart, and in the 1960s he was entrusted with recording all the Mozart symphonies with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • Beethoven: Symphony No.7 / Böhm Wiener Symphoniker

    37:19

    1st [0:37] 2nd [12:44] 3rd [21:59] 4th [30:13]

    Karl Böhm
    Wiener Symphoniker

    1966

  • Mozart - Requiem

    2:4:35

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

    Requiem KV 626 - 1971 version

    1. Kyrie (00:02)
    2. Dies Irae (09:38)
    3. Sequentia_ Tuba Mirum (11:39)
    4. Sequentia_ Rex Tremendae (15:57)
    5. Sequentia_ Recordare (19:09)
    6. Sequentia_ Confutatis (26:13)
    7. Sequentia_ Lacrimosa (30:04)
    8. Offertorium_ Domine Jesu Christe (34:16)
    9. Offertorium_ Dominehostias (38:57)
    10. Sanctus (44:04)
    11. Benedictus (46:01)
    12. Agnus Dei, Lux Aeterna (52:56)

    Sopran : Edith Mathis
    Alt : Julia Hamari
    Tenor : Wieslaw Ochman
    Bass : Karl Ridderbusch
    Wiener Staatsopernchor
    Organ : Hans Haselböck
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Stéréo recording in 1971
    Label : Deutsche Grammophon


    Requiem KV 626 - 1956 version

    I. Introitus: Requiem Aeternam (1:04:32)
    II. Kyrie Eleison (1:10:33)

    III. Sequentia: Dies Irae (1:13:36)
    Sequentia: Tuba Mirum (1:15:31)
    Sequentia: Rex Tremendae (1:19:29)
    Sequentia: Recordare (1:22:28)
    Sequentia: Confutatis Maledictis (1:28:47)
    Sequentia: Lacrimosa Dies Illa (1:32:09)

    IV. Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe (1:36:11)
    Offertorium: Hostias Et Preces (1:40:18)

    V. Sanctus (1:45:23)
    VI. Benedictus (1:47:08)
    VII. Agnus Dei (1:53:27)
    VII. Communio: Lux Aeterna (1:57:49)


    Sopran : Teresa Stich-Randall
    Alt : Ira Malaniuk
    Ténor : Waldemar Kmentt
    Bass : Kurt Böhme
    Wiener Staatsopernchor
    Wiener Symphoniker
    Karl Böhm
    Mono recording in 1956
    Label : Philips

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart PLAYLIST (reference recordings)


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  • Le nozze di Figaro: 1957 Salzburg Festival - Karl Böhm - Seefried Schwarzkopf Fischer-Dieskau

    2:50:11

    Suzanna- Irmgard Seefried
    Figaro- Erich Kunz
    Contessa Almaviva- Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
    Conte Almaviva- Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
    Cherubino- Christa Ludwig
    Basilio- Murray Dickie
    Bartolo- Georg Stern
    Marcellina- Sieglinde Wagner
    Antonio- Alois Pernerstorfen
    Barbarina- Anny Felbermayer
    Don Curzio- Erich Majkut
    Conductor: Karl Böhm
    Orchestra/Ensemble: Vienna State Opera Chorus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Date of Recording: 1957
    Venue: Live Salzburg Festival
    Language: Italian

  • Karl Böhm: Mozart - Overture, Die Zauberflöte

    7:18

    Karl August Leopold Böhm (28 August 1894 in Graz – 14 August 1981 in Salzburg) was an Austrian conductor. Particularly gifted in his interpretations of Wagner and Mozart, he is widely considered to be one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century. The son of a lawyer, Karl Böhm studied law and earned a doctorate in this subject before entering the music conservatory in his home town of Graz, Austria. (His father was originally a Sudeten German from Egerland, Bohemia, while his mother was from Alsace.) He later enrolled at the Vienna Conservatory, where he studied under Eusebius Mandyczewski, a friend of Johannes Brahms. In 1933 he conducted in Vienna for the first time, in Tristan and Isolde by Wagner. He succeeded Fritz Busch, who had gone into exile, as head of Dresden's Semper Opera in 1934, a position he held until 1942. This was an important period for him, in which he conducted the first performances of works by Richard Strauss: Die schweigsame Frau(1935) and Daphne (1938), which is dedicated to him. He also conducted the first performances of Romeo und Julia (1940) and Die Zauberinsel (1942) by Heinrich Sutermeister, and Strauss's Horn Concerto No. 2 (1943).
    In 1938 he took part in the Salzburg Festival for the first time, conducting Don Giovanni, and thereafter he became a permanent guest conductor. He secured a top post at theVienna State Opera in 1943, eventually becoming music director. On the occasion of the 80th birthday of Richard Strauss, on 11 June 1944, he conducted the Vienna State Opera performance of Ariadne auf Naxos. After he had completed a two-year post-war denazification ban, Böhm led Don Giovanni at Milan's Teatro alla Scala (1948) and gave a guest performance in Paris with the Vienna State Opera company (1949). From 1950 to 1953 he directed the German season at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, and he conducted the first Spanish performance of the opera Wozzeck by Alban Berg, translated into Spanish for the occasion. In 1953 he was responsible for the first performance of Gottfried von Einem's work Der Prozess. From 1954 to 1956 he directed the Vienna State Opera at its reconstructed home. He additionally resumed ties post-war in Dresden, at the Staatskapelle. Böhm made his debut at the Bayreuth Festival in 1962 with Tristan and Isolde, which he conducted until 1970. In 1964 he led Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg there, and from 1965 to 1967 the composer's Der Ring des Nibelungen cycle, which was the last production by Wieland Wagner. These appearances resulted in critically acclaimed recordings of the Ring and Tristan. In 1965 Böhm conducted Fidelio in Tokyo. In 1971 he gave performances in Moscow and led Wagner's Flying Dutchman in Bayreuth. Böhm died in Salzburg. Perhaps Böhm's greatest contribution to music lay in bringing to life the operas of his close colleague Richard Strauss. He conducted the premieres of Strauss's late works Die schweigsame Frau (1935) and Daphne (1938), of which he is the dedicatee, recorded all of the major operas (but often made cuts to the scores), and regularly revived Strauss's operas with strong casts during his tenures in Vienna and Dresden, as well as at the Salzburg Festival...


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  • The Fountain - Karl Bohm.mp4

    2:27

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  • Karl Böhm & Wiener Philharmoniker - Opening Concert of 1963 Wiener Festwochen

    1:40:50

    Opening Concert of 1963 Wiener Festwochen on 19th May 1963 in Grossen Konzerthaussaal in Vienna.
    Richard Strauss (1864-1949):
    Ein Heldenleben, Op. 40 (Violin solo: Willi Boskovsky)
    Tod und Verklärung, Op. 24
    Burleske for Piano & Orchestra in D minor (Pianist: Nikita Magaloff)

    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Karl Böhm

  • Karl Böhm: Orchesterprobe Tristan und Isolde

    8:39

    Orchesterprobe mit Karl Böhm.
    Excerpts from the orchestra rehearsal:
    Richard Wagner TRISTAN UND ISOLDE, Bayreuth 1966;
    III. Aufzug - Vorspiel [Prelude].

  • Beethoven Symphony No. 6 - Karl Böhm

    49:49

  • Johann & Josef Strauss - The Blue Danube Album

    46:53

    Johann Strauss II (1825-1899)
    An Der Schönen Blauen Donau, Op. 314 (00:00)
    Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka, Op. 214 (09:41)
    Kaiserwalzer, Op. 437 (12:34)
    Unter Donner Und Blitz, Polka, Op. 324 (23:27)
    Rosen Aus Dem Süden, Op. 388 (27:03)

    Josef Strauss (1827-1870)
    Pizzicato Polka (36:46)

    Johann Strauss II
    Annen-Polka, Op. 117 (39:29)
    Perpetuum Mobile, Op. 257 (43:44)

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Karl Böhm
    Stéréo recording in 1971-72
    Label : Deutsche Grammophon (japanese edition)

    Strauss Family PLAYLIST (reference recordings)

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  • Richard Wagner, Rienzi overture

    12:27

    Lo fantastico piace allo fantastico [...] Sùbito se mutava nella faccia, sùbito suoi uocchi se·lli infiammavano. Mutavase de opinione. Così se mutava sio intellietto como fuoco. Aveva li uocchi bianchi: tratto tratto se·lli arrosciavano como sangue. (Cronica - Vita di Cola di Rienzo, Anonimo Romano).


    Richard Wagner, Rienzi overture. (Wiener Philharmoniker, Karl Böhm)
    [Immagine: Roma, monumento a Cola di Rienzo, Girolamo Masini. Ph. iessi on Flickr]

    Preferisco la versione di Solti 1962, ma per motivi di copyright ho dovuto caricare quella di Böhm, che è a mio avviso troppo lenta e manca della giusta forza che esprime Solti. (Solti 11,42, Böhm 12,26)

  • Karl Böhm spricht über Mozart

    3:23

  • Karl Böhm: Wagner - Götterdämmerung, Siegfrieds Death & Funeral March

    6:49

    Karl August Leopold Böhm (28 August 1894 in Graz – 14 August 1981 in Salzburg) was an Austrian conductor. Particularly gifted in his interpretations of Wagner and Mozart, he is widely considered to be one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century. The son of a lawyer, Karl Böhm studied law and earned a doctorate in this subject before entering the music conservatory in his home town of Graz, Austria. (His father was originally a Sudeten German from Egerland, Bohemia, while his mother was from Alsace.) He later enrolled at the Vienna Conservatory, where he studied under Eusebius Mandyczewski, a friend of Johannes Brahms. In 1933 he conducted in Vienna for the first time, in Tristan and Isolde by Wagner. He succeeded Fritz Busch, who had gone into exile, as head of Dresden's Semper Opera in 1934, a position he held until 1942. This was an important period for him, in which he conducted the first performances of works by Richard Strauss: Die schweigsame Frau(1935) and Daphne (1938), which is dedicated to him. He also conducted the first performances of Romeo und Julia (1940) and Die Zauberinsel (1942) by Heinrich Sutermeister, and Strauss's Horn Concerto No. 2 (1943).
    In 1938 he took part in the Salzburg Festival for the first time, conducting Don Giovanni, and thereafter he became a permanent guest conductor. He secured a top post at theVienna State Opera in 1943, eventually becoming music director. On the occasion of the 80th birthday of Richard Strauss, on 11 June 1944, he conducted the Vienna State Opera performance of Ariadne auf Naxos. After he had completed a two-year post-war denazification ban, Böhm led Don Giovanni at Milan's Teatro alla Scala (1948) and gave a guest performance in Paris with the Vienna State Opera company (1949). From 1950 to 1953 he directed the German season at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, and he conducted the first Spanish performance of the opera Wozzeck by Alban Berg, translated into Spanish for the occasion. In 1953 he was responsible for the first performance of Gottfried von Einem's work Der Prozess. From 1954 to 1956 he directed the Vienna State Opera at its reconstructed home. He additionally resumed ties post-war in Dresden, at the Staatskapelle. Böhm made his debut at the Bayreuth Festival in 1962 with Tristan and Isolde, which he conducted until 1970. In 1964 he led Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg there, and from 1965 to 1967 the composer's Der Ring des Nibelungen cycle, which was the last production by Wieland Wagner. These appearances resulted in critically acclaimed recordings of the Ring and Tristan. In 1965 Böhm conducted Fidelio in Tokyo. In 1971 he gave performances in Moscow and led Wagner's Flying Dutchman in Bayreuth. Böhm died in Salzburg. Perhaps Böhm's greatest contribution to music lay in bringing to life the operas of his close colleague Richard Strauss. He conducted the premieres of Strauss's late works Die schweigsame Frau (1935) and Daphne (1938), of which he is the dedicatee, recorded all of the major operas (but often made cuts to the scores), and regularly revived Strauss's operas with strong casts during his tenures in Vienna and Dresden, as well as at the Salzburg Festival...

    A link to this wonderful artists personal website:


    Please Enjoy!

    I send my kind and warm regards,

  • Musikstadt Berlin: 1942/44 footage with Karl Böhm.

    6:01

    German army Kapelle (big band).

  • Karl Bohm Portrait

    46:43

  • 125 Jahre Karl Böhm

    5:32

    Karl Böhm dirigiert Beethovens Klavierkonzert Nr. 4 in G Dur op. 58 mit Pianist Wilhelm Backhaus. Das ganze Konzert ist hier zu sehen:


    Karl Böhm (1894-1981), einer der führenden Dirigenten des 20. Jahrhunderts, hat durch seine exklusive Kooperation mit Unitel eine beeindruckende Anzahl an Aufnahmen hinterlassen. Mitte der 1960er Jahre bis zu seinem Tod wurde ein großer Teil von Böhms Schaffen als Dirigent auf Video aufgezeichnet und bis heute erhalten. Die Wiener Symphoniker spielen unter der Leitung von Karl Böhm gemeinsam mit dem damals bereits über 80 Jahre alten Klaviervirtuosen Wilhelm Backhaus Beethovens Klavierkonzert No. 4 in G-Dur.

    fidelio - Ihr digitaler Klassik-Treffpunkt




    blog.myfidelio.at

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    lizensiert an: Klassik Digital Vertriebs GmbH

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    licensed to: Klassik Digital Vertriebs GmbH

  • Karl Bohm und die Wiener Symphoniker.Probe/Schubert Sinfonie 9.

    1:56:57

    Bei der Probe.
    Schubert 9ª
    German/French.

  • Beethoven Symphony No 9 Karl Böhm, Bayreuth 1963

    1:13:35

    Symphony No 9 in D minor, Op 125 Choral
    by Ludwig van Beethoven
    Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso
    Molto vivace
    Adagio molto e cantabile
    Presto - Allegro assai

    Gundula Janowitz, soprano
    Grace Bumbry, mezzosoprano
    Jess Thomas, tenor
    George London, bass
    Bayreuth Festival Orchestra & Chorus
    Karl Böhm, conductor
    Bayreuth Festival 23.07.1963

  • Beethoven - Missa Solemnis - Berlin / Böhm

    1:22:52

    Ludwig van Beethoven

    Missa Solemnis op.123

    Maria Stader
    Marianna Radev
    Anton Dermota
    Josef Greindl
    Chor der St. Hedwigs-Kathedrale
    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Karl Böhm
    Studio recording, Berlin, I.1955

  • Böhm Don Giovanni Recording of Prague - プラハのベーム 「ドン・ジョヴァンニ」 レコーディング

    55:53

    Böhm Don Giovanni Recording of Prague (Documentary) [with Japanese subtitles] (1967)

    プラハのベーム 「ドン・ジョヴァンニ」 レコーディング (ドキュメンタリー) 【日本語字幕付き】 (1967)

  • Bruckner - Symphony No.8, Böhm / Vienna Philharmonic 1974

    1:21:19

    Bruckner - Symphony No.8 (2:35)
    Karl Böhm / Vienna Philharmonic
    26 May 1974 Musikverein Golden Hall

    ベームの楽友協会名誉会員授与スピーチ(2:29) ~ ブルックナー交響曲第八番(2:35)
    カール・ベーム / ウィーン・フィルハーモニー
    1974 5.26 楽友協会大ホール

  • Karl Böhm: Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 in D minor, ‘Ode to Joy’ Op. 125

    12:28

    Karl August Leopold Böhm (28 August 1894 in Graz – 14 August 1981 in Salzburg) was an Austrian conductor. Particularly gifted in his interpretations of Wagner and Mozart, he is widely considered to be one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century...


    Lyrics & English Translation

    Joy, beautiful spark of divinity,
    Daughter from Elysium,
    We enter, drunk with fire,
    Heavenly, thy sanctuary!
    Your magics join again
    What custom strictly divided;*
    All people become brothers,*
    Where your gentle wing abides.

    Who has succeeded in the great attempt,
    To be a friend's friend,
    Whoever has won a lovely woman,
    Add his to the jubilation!
    Indeed, who calls at least one soul
    Theirs upon this world!
    And whoever never managed, shall steal himself
    Weeping away from this union.

    All creatures drink of joy
    At nature's breast.
    Just and unjust
    Alike taste of her gift;
    She gave us kisses and the fruit of the vine,
    A tried friend to the end.
    [Even] the worm has been granted sensuality,
    And the cherub stands before God!

    Gladly, as His heavenly bodies fly
    On their courses through the heavens,
    Thus, brothers, you should run your race,
    As a hero going to conquest.

    You millions, I embrace you.
    This kiss is for all the world!
    Brothers, above the starry canopy
    There must dwell a loving Father.
    Do you fall in worship, you millions?
    World, do you know your creator?
    Seek him in the heavens;
    Above the stars must He dwell.


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  • Beethoven: Leonore Overture No. 3 / Böhm Wiener Philharmoniker

    14:36

    Karl Böhm
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    1977 Tokyo. Japan Live

  • Brahms: Symphony No. 3, Böhm & VPO ブラームス 交響曲第3番 ベーム

    33:38

    Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
    Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90

    (00:05) 1. Allegro con brio
    (09:59) 2. Andante
    (19:01) 3. Poco allegretto
    (25:03) 4. Allegro - Un poco sostenuto

    Karl Böhm (1894-1981), Conductor
    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

    Rec. June 1953, at Großer Musikvereinssaal, in Vienna

    ヨハネス・ブラームス
    交響曲第3番 ヘ長調 作品90

    指揮:カール・ベーム
    ウィーン・フィルハーモニー管弦楽団

    録音:1953年6月 ムジークフェライン大ホール (ウィーン)

  • R. Strauss Ein Heldenleben Karl Böhm

    48:37

    Ein Heldenleben, tone poem op 40
    by Richard Strauss
    Willi Boskovsky, Solo-Violin
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Karl Böhm, Conductor
    Wiener Festwochen, 19.V.1963

  • Mozart - Symphony n°38 Prague - Berlin / Böhm

    25:12

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Symphony n°38 K.504 Prague

    I. Adagio - Allegro 0:00
    II. Andante 10:22
    III. Presto 18:56

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Karl Böhm
    Studio recording, Berlin, X.1959

  • **♪Brahms : Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68 / Karl Bohm & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 1975

    48:10

    ♪ブラームス:交響曲第1番ハ短調op.68 / カール・ベーム指揮ウィーン・フィルハーモニー管弦楽団 1975年5月
    Brahms : Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68 / Karl Bohm & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 1975

  • Karl Böhm: Mozart - Symphony No. 29 In A, ‘Allegro Moderato’ K. 201

    9:07

    Karl August Leopold Böhm (28 August 1894 in Graz – 14 August 1981 in Salzburg) was an Austrian conductor. Particularly gifted in his interpretations of Wagner and Mozart, he is widely considered to be one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century. The son of a lawyer, Karl Böhm studied law and earned a doctorate in this subject before entering the music conservatory in his home town of Graz, Austria. (His father was originally a Sudeten German from Egerland, Bohemia, while his mother was from Alsace.) He later enrolled at the Vienna Conservatory, where he studied under Eusebius Mandyczewski, a friend of Johannes Brahms. In 1933 he conducted in Vienna for the first time, in Tristan and Isolde by Wagner. He succeeded Fritz Busch, who had gone into exile, as head of Dresden's Semper Opera in 1934, a position he held until 1942. This was an important period for him, in which he conducted the first performances of works by Richard Strauss: Die schweigsame Frau(1935) and Daphne (1938), which is dedicated to him. He also conducted the first performances of Romeo und Julia (1940) and Die Zauberinsel (1942) by Heinrich Sutermeister, and Strauss's Horn Concerto No. 2 (1943).
    In 1938 he took part in the Salzburg Festival for the first time, conducting Don Giovanni, and thereafter he became a permanent guest conductor. He secured a top post at theVienna State Opera in 1943, eventually becoming music director. On the occasion of the 80th birthday of Richard Strauss, on 11 June 1944, he conducted the Vienna State Opera performance of Ariadne auf Naxos. After he had completed a two-year post-war denazification ban, Böhm led Don Giovanni at Milan's Teatro alla Scala (1948) and gave a guest performance in Paris with the Vienna State Opera company (1949). From 1950 to 1953 he directed the German season at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, and he conducted the first Spanish performance of the opera Wozzeck by Alban Berg, translated into Spanish for the occasion. In 1953 he was responsible for the first performance of Gottfried von Einem's work Der Prozess. From 1954 to 1956 he directed the Vienna State Opera at its reconstructed home. He additionally resumed ties post-war in Dresden, at the Staatskapelle. Böhm made his debut at the Bayreuth Festival in 1962 with Tristan and Isolde, which he conducted until 1970. In 1964 he led Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg there, and from 1965 to 1967 the composer's Der Ring des Nibelungen cycle, which was the last production by Wieland Wagner. These appearances resulted in critically acclaimed recordings of the Ring and Tristan. In 1965 Böhm conducted Fidelio in Tokyo. In 1971 he gave performances in Moscow and led Wagner's Flying Dutchman in Bayreuth. Böhm died in Salzburg. Perhaps Böhm's greatest contribution to music lay in bringing to life the operas of his close colleague Richard Strauss. He conducted the premieres of Strauss's late works Die schweigsame Frau (1935) and Daphne (1938), of which he is the dedicatee, recorded all of the major operas (but often made cuts to the scores), and regularly revived Strauss's operas with strong casts during his tenures in Vienna and Dresden, as well as at the Salzburg Festival...

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  • Karl Böhm conducts the Finale from Wagners Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    14:18

    Waldemar Kmentt: Walther von Stolzing
    Gwyneth Jones: Eva
    Theo Adam: Hans Sachs

  • Mozart: Symphony No.40 K.550 / Böhm Wiener Philharmoniker

    25:51

    1st [1:12] 2nd [7:40] 3rd [15:36] 4th [20:18]

    Karl Böhm
    Wiener Philharmoniker

    1964.1.26 Innsbruck Live

  • Carl Bohm - Perpetuo Mobile

    3:15

    Polish Nationwide Music Schools' Symphonic Orchestras Competition
    Maja Majkowska - violin
    Marcin Grabosz - conductor
    Symphony Orchestra of The Karol Szymanowski Music School in Wroclaw
    Witold Lutoslawski Philharmony Concert Hall in Wroclaw

    Ogólnopolski Konkurs Orkiestr Szkolnych Szkół Muzycznych II Stopnia
    Maja Majkowska - skrzypce
    Marcin Grabosz - dyrygent
    Orkiestra Symfoniczna Ogólnokształcącej Szkoły Muzycznej I i II stopnia we Wrocławiu
    Nagranie zarejestrowane w Filharmonii Wrocławskiej 16 czerwca 2014

  • Maurizio Pollini - Mozart: Piano Concertos K459 & K488 - Wiener Philharmoniker - Karl Böhm

    55:51

    WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
    Piano Concerto No. 19 in F major, K 459
    00:24 I. Allegro
    12:57 II. Allegretto
    21:27 III. Allegro assai

    Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K 488
    29:10 I. Allegro
    40:26 II. Adagio
    47:41 III. Allegro assai

    MAURIZIO POLLINI, piano
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    KARL BÖHM, conductor

    Filmed at the Große Musikvereinssaal, Vienna, Austria, April 1976

  • Johannes Brahms Tragic Overture Op.81, Karl Böhm / VPO

    13:40

    Johannes Brahms Tragic Overture Op.81
    Allegro non troppo - Molto più moderato - Tempo primo ma tranquillo
    Wiener Philharmoniker
    Karl Böhm, Conductor
    Rec.: 1977

  • Mozart symphony 40

    26:29

    mozart symphony 40(Karl Böhm 1961)

    Symphony No.40 in G minor KV 550
    1. Molto allegro 8:26
    2. Andante 8:05(16:31)
    3. Menuetto. Allegretto - Trio 4:46(21:17)
    4. Finale. Allegro assai 5:11(26:28)


    Karl Böhm (conductor)
    Berliner Philharmoniker

    1961/10 Stereo, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin


    ORIGINAl-IMAGE BIT-PROCESSING

    ⓟ 1962
    Executive Producer: Elsa Schiller
    Recording Producer: Wolfgang Lohse
    Balance Engineer: Walter Alfred Wettle
    Mastered by Emil Berliner Studios

  • Beethoven: Fidelio / Karl Böhm

    2:7:48

    Leonore: Martha Mödl
    Florestan: Anton Dermota
    Don Fernando: Karl Kamann
    Don Pizarro: Paul Schöffler
    Rocco: Ludwig Weber
    Marzelline: Irmgard Seefried
    Jaquino: Waldemar Kmentt
    1. Gefangener: Karl Terkel
    2. Gefangener: Alfred Jerger

    Chor und Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper
    Karl Böhm

  • Beethovens Fourth Piano Concerto - Gieseking/Karl Böhm

    28:31

    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
    Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58
    1. Allegro moderato 0:00
    2. Andante con moto 15:00
    3. Rondo. Vivace 19:12
    Walter Gieseking (1895-1956), piano
    Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden (Saxon State Orchestra) conducted by Karl Böhm (1894-1981)
    Recorded in 1939

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