Conductors: Claudio Abbado - Retrospective
We continue our conductors retrospective series with Claudio Abbado, one of the leading conductors of his generation.
Conductors: Claudio Abbado - Retrospective © EuroArts Music International
Claudio Abbado © EuroArts Music International
What made Claudio Abbado stand out was his unpretentious, noble character, his democratic understanding of music making and his ability to celebrate the live moment on stage. Claudio Abbado empathised with his musicians. In order to be able to maintain contact with each individual during the conducting, he usually conducted from memory. "I am Claudio - for everyone" quickly became Abbado's oft-quoted statement.
DVD 1: Hearing the Silence - Sketches for a Portrait by Paul Smaczny
DVD 2: Claudio Abbado conducts Verdi
DVD 3: Claudio Abbado conducts Verdi: Messa da Requiem
DVD 4: Claudio Abbado conducts Beethoven Symphonies 3 & 9
DVD 5: Claudio Abbado conducts Mahler Symphony No. 9
DVD 6: Claudio Abbado conducts Mahler and Beethoven at Lucerne
DVD 7: Claudio Abbado conducts Brandenburg Concertos
English title Conductors: Claudio Abbado - Retrospective
Genre Classical Music, Documentary
Production year 1989-2016
Duration 662 mins (DVD 1: 67 mins; DVD 2: 94 mins; DVD 3: 88 mins; DVD 4: 122 mins; DVD 5: 84 mins; DVD 6: 107 mins; DVD 7: 100 mins)
Video format NTSC 16:9
Audio format PCM Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1, dts 5.1
Distribution DVD EuroArts Music International GmbH
Composer Mahler, Verdi, J. Strauss, Beethoven, Mahler, J. S. Bach
English title of music work Mahler: Adagio for Symphony No. 10; Verdi: excerpts from „Un ballo in maschera“, „Don Carlos“, „Rigoletto“, „La Traviata“, „Falstaff“; Messa da Requiem; J. Strauss: Maskenfest-Quadrille; Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 “Choral”; Symphony No. 3 in E flat major, Op. 55 “Eroica”; Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 4 in G major, Op. 58; Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D major; Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor; J. S. Bach: Brandenburg Concertos
Soloist Maurizio Pollini, piano; Prague Radio Choir; Andrea Rost, soprano; Alan Titus, baritone; Ramón Vargas, tenor; Larissa Diadkova, mezzo-soprano; Stella Doufexis, mezzo-soprano; Enrico Facini, tenor; Elizabeth Futral, soprano; Lucio Gallo, baritone; Massimo Giordano, tenor; Anatoly Kocherga, bass; Anthony Mee, tenor; Carmela Remigio, soprano; Swedish Radio Choir; Eric Ericson Chamberchoir; Orfeón Donostiarra; Karita Mattila, soprano; Violeta Urmana, mezzo-soprano; Thomas Moser, tenor; Eike Wilm Schulte, baritone
Conductor Claudio Abbado
Orchestra / Band Berliner Philharmoniker, Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Orchestra Mozart
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