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Playlist of Karl Goldmark(1830

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  • Karl Goldmark.

    36:36

    I.Allegro moderato:15:03
    II.Air:Andante:6:17
    III.Moderato:14:25
    Nai-Yuan Hu/Seattle Symphony Orchestra /Gerard Schwarz
    Picture:Johan Christian Dahl(1788-1857):Visning av Oylo Farm.

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  • Karl Goldmark

    10:38

    Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
    András Kórodi

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  • Karl Goldmark

    31:45

    I.Andante-Allegro moderato:11:27
    II.Andante sostenuto:9:40
    III.Allegro vivace:2:48
    IV.Allegro molto:7:22
    Klenke Quartet
    Picture:Thomas Worthington Whittredge(1820-1910):Fly Fishing

  • Karl Goldmark.

    21:50

    Penthesilea,Op31 (Overture):21:13
    Rhenish Philharmonic Orchestra/M.Halasz
    Picture:Caspar David Friedrich(1774-1840):Northern Sea in the Moonlight(1824)

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  • Karl Goldmark.

    17:10

    Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
    András Korodi

    Picture:Raja Ravi Varma : Shakuntala (1901).

  • Goldmark Concerto - 2nd movement - Air Jascha Heifetz

    5:24

    Goldmark (1830-1915) violin concerto A minor
    Jascha Heifetz, violin, Donald Voorhees, conductor
    Bell Telephone Hour, November 11 1946.

    I corrected the pitch and timing issues of the original Bell Telephone hour and removed the narrator intro for a better listening experience.

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  • String Quintet in A minor Op. 9: I. Allegro molto

    12:51

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    String Quintet in A minor Op. 9: I. Allegro molto · Károly Goldmark · Lajtha Quartet

    String Quartet in B Flat Major Op. 8, String Quintet in A Mino Op. 9

    ℗ 1993 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1993-08-31

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • String Quintet in A minor Op. 9: II. Andante con moto. Allegro moderato

    8:58

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    String Quintet in A minor Op. 9: II. Andante con moto. Allegro moderato · Károly Goldmark · Lajtha Quartet

    String Quartet in B Flat Major Op. 8, String Quintet in A Mino Op. 9

    ℗ 1993 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1993-08-31

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Karl Goldmark - Sappho, Op.44

    18:15

    Karl Goldmark (1830 - 1915)

    Work: Overture, Sappho, Op.44 (1893)

    Orchestra: Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Adam Medveczky

    Radio recording

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  • Goldmark: Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - Vienna Philharmonic - Heger

    38:07

    Carl Goldmark (1830-1915)

    Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26
    (Ländliche Hochzeit)

    Premiered 1876

    I. Wedding March; Variations
    II. Bridal Song
    III. Serenade
    IV. In the Garden
    V. Dance

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra / Robert Heger

    (issued by Victor 1931; recorded by HMV Jan. 1929)

    78 rpm transfers.

  • Goldmark - Merlin -Prelude-

    10:45



    Carl Goldmark (1830 - 1915)
    Merlin (Vorspiel / Prelude)

    Philharmonie Festiva
    Gerd Schaller
    Live-Recording: 19.04.2009,
    Regentenbau Bad Kissingen (Max Littmann Saal)

  • Im Fruhling

    9:46

    In the Spring, by Karl Goldmark, performed by the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland under the direction of Stephen Gunzenhauser, recorded in 1995.

  • Ekaterina Frolova - Karl Goldmark Violin Concerto in A minor, Op.28 3/5

    6:58

  • Karl Goldmark - Sakuntala Overture, Op. 13

    16:55

    Sakuntala - Overture for Orchestra, Op. 13 (1865)

    A concert overture by Hungarian composer Karl Goldmark (1830-1915), based on the story of Shakuntala from the Indian epic Mahabharata. In this episode of the tale, Shakuntala is the daughter of Vishwamitra and the apsara Menaka, but she is abandoned and reared by the wise sage Kanva, who lives in a secluded hermitage. She grows up to be a lovely, though naive young woman. One day, while Kanva is away on a pilgrimage with the sages of the hermitage, Dushyanta, king of Hastinapura, happens upon the hermitage while out hunting, and he falls in love with Shakuntala. He gives her a signet ring and asks her to come to see him at his court. When the irritable sage Durvasa returns with Kanva from the pilgrimage and discovers what had passed, he curses Shakuntala and casts a spell that causes Dushyanta to forget about her existence. The only way for Shakuntala to reverse the curse is to go directly to the King and show him the signet ring. On her way to the palace, Shakuntala loses the ring while crossing a river. When she arrives at the King's court, he has no recollection of her and orders her to leave. Alone and disconsolate, Shakuntala returns to the hermitage. Meanwhile, the ring had been swallowed by a fish, and by coincidence, a fisherman caught the fish and brought the ring to the King. He realizes his mistake, but it is too late - he must go to war with the Titans. Many years later, after returning from the war, Dushyanta passes through the same forest; he recognizes Shakuntala playing with their son.

    Conductor: András Korodi
    Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Goldmark Rustic Wedding Symphony in the garden - Toscanini NBC 1944

    8:12

    Goldmark Rustic Wedding Symphony in the garden
    Toscanini NBC 1944

  • Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - III. Serenade

    4:34

    Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - III. Serenade (performed by unknown)

    Karl Goldmark, also known originally as Károly Goldmark (Hungarian: Goldmark Károly) and later sometimes as Carl Goldmark; May 18, 1830, Keszthely -- January 2, 1915, Vienna) was a Hungarian composer.

  • Karl Goldmark - Merlin - Ouverture

    12:56

    Karl Goldmark (1830 - 1815)

    Work: Merlin, opera in three acts, first performance 19 November 1886, Hofoper, Wien.

    Libretto: Siegfried Lipiner

    Ouverture

    Orchestra: National Philharmonic Orchestra

    Conductor: Kurt Herbert Adler

  • GOLDMARK Karl - Ländliche Hochzeit Rustic Wedding Symphony , Op. 26 - HD

    41:31

    Noces champêtres
    Site Choix comparatif A
    1. Wedding March
    2. Song of the Bride
    3. Serenade
    4. In the Garden
    5. The Dance
    Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
    Conductor Jesus Lopez-Cobos
    Editor Decca 1981
    Concept MusicHorama HD direct vinyl

  • Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - II. Bridal Song

    3:36

    Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - II. Bridal Song (performed by unknown)

    Karl Goldmark, also known originally as Károly Goldmark (Hungarian: Goldmark Károly) and later sometimes as Carl Goldmark; May 18, 1830, Keszthely -- January 2, 1915, Vienna) was a Hungarian composer.

  • Goldmark - Trauermarsch from the opera Merlin

    3:24

    This is the closing scene of the opera Merlin by Hungarian Jewish composer Karl Goldmark (1830-1915). At this point in the opera, after Merlin was slain in battle, his distressed lover Viviane commits suicide. A funeral march ends the work.

    Gerd Schaller conducts the Philharmonie Festiva.

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  • Goldmark - Nachtstück und Festmusik, from Die Königin von Saba

    7:32

    Act II of Karl Goldmark's (1830-1915) opera Die Königin von Saba (The Queen of Sheba) opens with a colourful orchestral introduction Nachtstück und Festmusik (Night Music and Festive Music).

    Ádám Fischer leads the Hungarian State Opera.

  • Karl Goldmark

    33:41

    I.Allegro:10:48
    II.Andante:8:55
    III.Allegro quasi presto:5:41
    IV.Andante assai-Allegro alla breve:7:55
    Rhenish Philharmonic Orchestra/M.Halasz
    Picture:Johan Christian Dahl(1788-1857):Alpine Landscape(1821)

  • Ekaterina Frolova - Karl Goldmark Violin Concerto in A minor, Op.28 5/5

    4:25

  • Karl Goldmark - Symphony Nº 2 in E Major Op. 35

    32:19

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915) - Symphony Nº 2 in E Major Op. 35

  • Goldmark, Karl 1mvt violinc. Allegro Moderato

    7:55

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915)
    Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28
    movement 1 (begin): Allegro Moderato
    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915) Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28 movement 1 (begin): Allegro Moderato

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915) Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28 movement 1 (end): Allegro Moderato

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915) Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28 movement 2 + 3 (begin): Andante + Moderato-Allegretto

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915) Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28 movement 3 (end): Moderato-Allegretto

  • Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - IV. Dance II

    7:32

    Symphony no. 1 'Rustic Wedding', Op. 26
    Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 (usual translation for Ländliche Hochzeit) is a symphony in E flat major by Karl Goldmark, written in 1875, a year before his renowned Violin Concerto no. 1. The symphony was premiered in Vienna in 1876, conducted by Hans Richter. Brahms, who was a frequent walking companion of Goldmark's, and whose own Symphony no. 1 was not premiered until 1876, praised the work. The work does not conform to the standard structure of a symphony: it is in five movements rather than the usual four, and while Goldmark did not provide any specific program for the work, he did give each of the movements titles suggestive of aspects of a wedding in the countryside. The first movement is a Wedding March followed by a set of 13 variations (while variations are common in symphonies, it is most unusual that they appear in the first movement). The second movement is a Bridal Song. The third movement, Serenade, opens with a theme played by two oboes, later developed by the strings. It includes an imitation of bagpipes, played on oboe, clarinet, bassoon and cellos. The fourth movement, In the Garden, is slow and lyrical. The Rustic Wedding Symphony was a favourite of conductors such as Thomas Beecham and Leonard Bernstein.

    Karl Goldmark (, Keszthely – January 2, 1915, Vienna) was a Hungarian composer. Goldmark came from a large Jewish family, one of 20 children. His father was a chazan to the Jewish congregation at Keszthely, Hungary. His early training as a violinist was at the musical academy of Sopron (1842–44). He continued his music studies there and two years later was sent by his father to Vienna, where he was able to study for some eighteen months with Leopold Jansa before his money ran out. He prepared himself for entry first to the Vienna Technische Hochschule and then to the Vienna Conservatory to study the violin with Joseph Böhm and harmony with Gottfried Preyer.

  • Karl Goldmark - Ein Wintermärchen - Ouverture

    9:41

    Karl Goldmark (1830 - 1915)

    Work: Ein Wintermärchen, opera in three acts, first performance 2 January 1908, Hofoper, Wien.

    Libretto: Alfred Maria Willner after Shakespeare

    Ouverture

    Orchestra: Hungarian State Radio Orchestra

    Conductor: Ervin Lukacs

  • Karl Goldmark - Der gefesselte Prometheus, Op. 38

    17:02

    Der gefesselte Prometheus, Op. 38 (1889)

    A concert overture by Hungarian composer Karl Goldmark (1830-1915), based on the ancient Greek tragedy Prometheus Bound, the authorship of which has been traditionally ascribed to Aeschylus. A synopsis of the play is available here:


    Conductor: András Korodi
    Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Goldmark - Geisterreigen from the opera Merlin

    6:53

    This is an orchestral interlude from Act 2, Scene 5 of the opera Merlin by Hungarian Jewish composer Karl Goldmark (1830-1915). It is known as Geisterreigen, or Dance of the Ghosts.

    Gerd Schaller conducts the Philharmonie Festiva.

  • Karl Goldmark: Scherzo in A for Orchestra

    9:04

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915): Scherzo in A for Orchestra, Op. 45
    (1894)
    Performers unknown

    Most of the orchestral music of Hungarian composer Karl (aka:Carl) Goldmark is represented somewhere here on You Tube. This upload appears to be the first and only of the Scherzo in A for Orchestra, one of the most rarely performed orchestral works. It was taken from a 1970's public radio program called Music from Germany.

  • Karl Goldmark Symphony No 1, Ländliche Hochzeit Rustic Wedding op 26 1875

    42:27

    Karl Goldmark Symphony No. 1, Ländliche Hochzeit (Rustic Wedding) op. 26 (1875)

    1. Hochzeitmarsch (Wedding March) – Variationen
    2. Brautlied (Bridal Song) – Intermezzo
    3. Serenade – Scherzo
    4. Im Garten (In the Garden) – Andante
    5. Tanz (Dance) – Finale

    Utah Symphony Orchestra
    Maurice Abravanel, conductor

  • Goldmark, Karl mvt1 violinc. Allegro moderato

    6:50

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915)
    Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28
    movement 1 (end): Allegro Moderato
    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915) Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28 movement 1 (begin): Allegro Moderato

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915) Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28 movement 1 (end): Allegro Moderato

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915) Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28 movement 2 + 3 (begin): Andante + Moderato-Allegretto

    Karl Goldmark (1830-1915) Violinconcerto no.1 in A minor opus 28 movement 3 (end): Moderato-Allegretto

  • Goldmark - Symphony No.1, II.Brautlied

    3:53



    Carl Goldmark (1830 - 1915)
    Symphony No.1 in E-flat major op.26
    Rustic Wedding / Ländliche Hochzeit
    II.Brautlied. Allegretto

    Philharmonie Festiva
    Gerd Schaller
    Live-Recording: 08.06.2008,
    Regentenbau Bad Kissingen (Max Littmann Saal)

  • Ekaterina Frolova - Karl Goldmark Violin Concerto in A minor, Op.28 2/5

    8:14

  • Goldmark - Merlin Overture

    10:42

    Overture to the opera Merlin by Hungarian Jewish composer Karl Goldmark (1830-1915). Siegfried Lipiner's libretto is a loose retelling of several Arthurian legends from the viewpoint of the wizard Merlin in the tragic mode. The music is a delightful mélange of Wagnerian chromaticism and Schumannian lyricism, full of ingenious textural effects representing otherworldly forces.

    Gerd Schaller conducts the Philharmonie Festiva, a Munich-based orchestra consisting of members of the Munich Bach Orchestra, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and other leading Bavarian ensembles.

    The painting is The Beguiling of Merlin by Edward Burne-Jones.

  • Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - IV. Dance I

    7:20

    Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - IV. Dance I (performed by unknown)

    Karl Goldmark, also known originally as Károly Goldmark (Hungarian: Goldmark Károly) and later sometimes as Carl Goldmark; May 18, 1830, Keszthely -- January 2, 1915, Vienna) was a Hungarian composer.

  • Goldmark - Overture: Die Königin von Saba

    7:55

    Overture to the 1875 opera Die Königin von Saba (The Queen of Sheba) by Hungarian composer Karl Goldmark (1830-1915).

    Ádám Fischer leads the Hungarian State Opera.

  • Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony

    8:21

    Ländliche Hochzeit, Op. 26 (1875)

    V. Tanz (Dance): Finale

    This is an extended symphonic poem by Hungarian composer Karl Goldmark (1830-1915). His music, though in the tradition of Mendelssohn, incorporated various influence over his lengthy career, including the brass-heavy progressive idiom of Liszt and Wagner. Goldmark was raised in a large and rather poor Jewish family with twenty children. His father worked as a hazzan (a Jewish cantor) in a synagogue in the Hungarian town of Keszthely. Trained as a violinist, Goldmark began to study composing in Vienna, but his conservatory closed down after the 1848 Revolutions. Lacking sufficient funds to continue his studies, Goldmark was mostly self-taught as a composer and he supported himself via music journalism and playing the violin in various ensembles in Ödenburg and Vienna.

    Goldmark's debut concert (as a composer) in 1858 was a flop, so he moved to Budapest, where he spent some time as a violin instructor and continued to refine his compositional technique by studying traditional textbooks. He returned to Vienna two years later, and his Op. 8 string quartet and Sakuntala Overture were received much more warmly. As a critic, Goldmark was an ardent supporter of Richard Wagner and he ever played a role in founding the Vienna Wagner Society. His grand opera Die Königin von Saba (The Queen of Sheba) was a great popular success, and it led to numerous honours, awards and honorary doctorates. Goldmark's later operas include Merlin, Das Heimchen am Herd (The Cricket on the Hearth), Die Kriegsgefangene (The Prisoner of War), Götz von Berlichingen, and Ein Wintermärchen (A Winter's Tale). In orchestral works include two symphonies, two symphonic poems, several concert overtures and a famous violin concerto in A minor.

    Goldmark's Ländliche Hochzeit is a programmatic symphonic poem, structured in a manner reminiscent of the traditional symphony. The opening movement consists of the Wedding March Variations on a simple, plodding rustic theme, which, following lyrical, melancholy and scherzando manifestations, develops into a lively, joyous celebration and eventually marches off into the distance. The second movement is a gentle Intermezzo representing a bridal song. It is followed by a simple scherzo-serenade full of attractive, lilting dance rhythms over a droning bass. The slow fourth movement, Im Garten (In the Garden), is a strikingly tender meditation on love. The work closes with a highly contrapuntal and merry dance celebrating the union of the happy couple.

    Conductor: Stephen Gunzenhauser
    National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland

  • Goldmark - Symphony No.1, V.Tanz

    8:21



    Carl Goldmark (1830 - 1915)
    Symphony No.1 in E-flat major op.26
    Rustic Wedding / Ländliche Hochzeit
    V.Tanz. Allegro molto

    Philharmonie Festiva
    Gerd Schaller
    Live-Recording: 08.06.2008,
    Regentenbau Bad Kissingen (Max Littmann Saal)

  • Violin Concerto in A Minor, Op. 28: II. Andante

    6:51

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics

    Violin Concerto in A Minor, Op. 28: II. Andante · Itzhak Perlman/Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra/André Previn

    Goldmark: Violin Concerto - Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen

    ℗ 2015 Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company

    Violin: Itzhak Perlman
    Orchestra: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
    Conductor: André Previn
    Composer: Karl Goldmark

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Carl Goldmark, Frühlingsnetz, op. 15

    4:46

    Carl Goldmark (1830-1915),
    Männerchor mit Klavierbegleitung und vier Waldhörnern,
    Frühlingsnetz, op. 15,
    Wiener Vokalisten, Mitglieder des Wiener Staatsopernchores,
    Hornensemble der Wiener Symphoniker,
    Klavier: Josef Böck
    Leitung: J. Böck,
    Aufnahme 2007,
    Kontakt: vienna@musicproductions.net

  • Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony

    8:33

    Ländliche Hochzeit, Op. 26 (1875)

    I. Hochzeitsmarsch (Wedding March): Variations
    (beginning)

    This is an extended symphonic poem by Hungarian composer Karl Goldmark (1830-1915). His music, though in the tradition of Mendelssohn, incorporated various influence over his lengthy career, including the brass-heavy progressive idiom of Liszt and Wagner. Goldmark was raised in a large and rather poor Jewish family with twenty children. His father worked as a hazzan (a Jewish cantor) in a synagogue in the Hungarian town of Keszthely. Trained as a violinist, Goldmark began to study composing in Vienna, but his conservatory closed down after the 1848 Revolutions. Lacking sufficient funds to continue his studies, Goldmark was mostly self-taught as a composer and he supported himself via music journalism and playing the violin in various ensembles in Ödenburg and Vienna.

    Goldmark's debut concert (as a composer) in 1858 was a flop, so he moved to Budapest, where he spent some time as a violin instructor and continued to refine his compositional technique by studying traditional textbooks. He returned to Vienna two years later, and his Op. 8 string quartet and Sakuntala Overture were received much more warmly. As a critic, Goldmark was an ardent supporter of Richard Wagner and he ever played a role in founding the Vienna Wagner Society. His grand opera Die Königin von Saba (The Queen of Sheba) was a great popular success, and it led to numerous honours, awards and honorary doctorates. Goldmark's later operas include Merlin, Das Heimchen am Herd (The Cricket on the Hearth), Die Kriegsgefangene (The Prisoner of War), Götz von Berlichingen, and Ein Wintermärchen (A Winter's Tale). In orchestral works include two symphonies, two symphonic poems, several concert overtures and a famous violin concerto in A minor.

    Goldmark's Ländliche Hochzeit is a programmatic symphonic poem, structured in a manner reminiscent of the traditional symphony. The opening movement consists of the Wedding March Variations on a simple, plodding rustic theme, which, following lyrical, melancholy and scherzando manifestations, develops into a lively, joyous celebration and eventually marches off into the distance. The second movement is a gentle Intermezzo representing a bridal song. It is followed by a simple scherzo-serenade full of attractive, lilting dance rhythms over a droning bass. The slow fourth movement, Im Garten (In the Garden), is a strikingly tender meditation on love. The work closes with a highly contrapuntal and merry dance celebrating the union of the happy couple.

    Conductor: Stephen Gunzenhauser
    National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland

  • Goldmark - Symphony No.1, I.Hochzeitsmarsch

    16:41



    Carl Goldmark (1830 - 1915)
    Symphony No.1 in E-flat major op.26
    Rustic Wedding / Ländliche Hochzeit
    I.Hochzeitsmarsch. Moderato molto

    Philharmonie Festiva
    Gerd Schaller
    Live-Recording: 08.06.2008,
    Regentenbau Bad Kissingen (Max Littmann Saal)

  • In Italien - Overture Op. 49

    12:40

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    In Italien - Overture Op. 49 · Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra · András Kórodi · Karl Goldmark

    Overtures

    ℗ 1995 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1995-05-13

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - IV. Dance II

    7:33

    Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - IV. Dance II (performed by unknown)

    Karl Goldmark, also known originally as Károly Goldmark (Hungarian: Goldmark Károly) and later sometimes as Carl Goldmark; May 18, 1830, Keszthely -- January 2, 1915, Vienna) was a Hungarian composer.

  • Goldmark Rustic Wedding Symphony

    40:01

    Karl Goldmark: Ländliche Hochzeit - Symphony in E-Flat, Op. 26
    (Rustic Wedding Symphony)
    Howard Barlow conducting the Columbia Broadcasting Symphony

    Recorded June 19, 1939, in New York City, on Columbia 78-rpm matrices WXCO 24787 through WXCO 24796. Issued in November, 1939, as Columbia Masterworks set M-385 (records 69722-D through 69726-D), and in slide automatic sequence as AM-385 (records 69727-D through 69731-D). In 1940, the set was reissued in drop automatic sequence as MM-385 (records 70048-D through 70052-D).

    Goldmark's Rustic Wedding Symphony is actually a suite in five movements:

    1. Wedding March: Theme, Variations 1-13, and Coda
    2. Bridal Song (Intermezzo): Allegretto (at 14:52)
    3. Serenade (Scherzo): Allegro moderato scherzando (at 18:57)
    4. In the Garden: Andante (at 23:23)
    5. Dance (Finale): Allegro molto (at 32:11)

  • Karl Goldmark - Aus Jugendtagen, Ouverture, Op.53

    15:44

    Karl Goldmark (1830 - 1915)

    Work: Aus Jugendtagen, ouverture, Op.53 (1913)

    Orchestra: ORF Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor: Lothar Zagrosek

    Radio broadcast

  • Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - I. Wedding March

    15:17

    Karl Goldmark - Karl Goldmark - Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op. 26 - I. Wedding March (performed by unknown)

    Karl Goldmark, also known originally as Károly Goldmark (Hungarian: Goldmark Károly) and later sometimes as Carl Goldmark; May 18, 1830, Keszthely -- January 2, 1915, Vienna) was a Hungarian composer.

  • Goldmark - Ballet music from Die Königin von Saba

    5:28

    Act III of Karl Goldmark's (1830-1915) opera Die Königin von Saba (The Queen of Sheba) opens with a lively ballet. Enjoy!

    Ádám Fischer leads the Hungarian State Opera.

  • Goldmark Violin Concerto Itzhak Perlman

    34:41

    Violin Concerto in A minor op 28
    by Karl Goldmark
    1. Allegro moderato
    2. Andante
    3. Modrato -Allegretto
    Itzhak Perlman, Violin
    Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
    André Previn, Conductor

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