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Richard Strauss : Der Rosenkavalier (film music, 1926) - Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin - Marek Janowski

Posted By : Finnwake | Date : 25 Sep 2010 10:28:46 | Comments : 3 |
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Richard Strauss : Der Rosenkavalier (film music, 1926) - Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin - Marek Janowski
Unknown Rip | APE tracks (No Cue+No Log) | Complete Scans | 147 min. | 591 MB
20th Century Music | Orchestral Music | Capriccio 60 097 | 2003

It's a Finnwake personal rip (september 2010): 2 zip files with the 40 tracks on ape files (compressed from the original wave files), the 44 page booklet (in German, English and French), plus front and back covers.

http://www.amazon.com/STRAUSS-Rosenkavalier-Janowski-Premiere-Recording/dp/B0002J88T4/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1284840597&sr=1-8

It's a orchestral score only, by Strauss himself, for the 1926 movie directed by Robert Wiene.
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Richard Georg Strauss (11 June 1864 – 8 September 1949) was a leading German composer of the late Romantic and early modern eras. He is known particularly for his operas, Lieder, and tone poems. Strauss, along with Gustav Mahler, represents the extraordinary late flowering of German Romanticism after Richard Wagner. Der Rosenkavalier (Op. 59) (The Knight of the Rose) is a comic opera in three acts by Richard Strauss to an original German libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal. It is loosely adapted from the novel Les amours du chevalier de Faublas by Louvet de Couvrai and Molière’s comedy Monsieur de Pourceaugnac. It was first performed at the Königliches Opernhaus in Dresden on 26 January 1911 under the direction of Max Reinhardt. So popular was Der Rosenkavalier that Strauss made several concert versions of numbers from the work and, in 1944, produced, with the assistance of the Polish conductor Artur Rodziński, the Rosenkavalier Suite.

The Movie (Austria release: December 10, 1925 ; German and Usa releases: January 10, 1926):
Film director Robert Weine, who headed the Pan-Film AG in Austria, was called in to realize the project of a film from the Strauss opera. Wiene's most successful work, The Cabinet of Dr.Caligari (1919-20), is among the Expressionist film classics. The screenplay was written by the director Wiene, the librettist von Hofmansthal and Louis Nerz. Strauss arranged his score to a complete orchestral score; because the film plot contained scenes not in the opera, the composer had to find or compose several extra numbers to insert into the film music. He completed the score in October 1925. The new items were "Militärmarsch" in F major and the "Königsmarsch" in E flat major which follow on directly, the battle music "Kampf und Sieg" at the beginning of the second part and the whirling "Wirbeltanz", a Strauss orchestration of a Couperin dance. Only the military march was especially composed in 1925 for the film.

The Rosenkavalier film music is a curiosity, a charming travesty of the original, a paradoxical opera without libretto or song. The film premiere formed part of the Dresden Strauss Festival and took place at the Dresden Staatsoper on January 10, 1926; Richard Strauss himself conducted the orchestra.

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Track List:

Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
Der Rosenkavalier (Le chevalier à la rose, film music, 1926)

Cd 1 (72'54")
[1] Prelude (9'02")
[2] A rider on the way to Lerchenau (2'04")
[3] Ochs awakes (3'33")
[4] Hurdy-gurdy in the courtyard (2'49")
[5] With the Marschallin (1'09")
[6] The Marschallin's dream (1'59")
[7] The Field Marshall enters her life (0'19")
[8] Presentation March (1'04")
[9] Marschallin and Octavian / Ochs' arrival (4'14")
[10] Entrance of Ochs (4'34")
[11] Levée (morning audience) (4'45")
[12] Discovery of the supposed lover (4'46")
[13] The morals committee (1'59")
[14] March in F major, King's March in E major (5'09")
[15] Scene in the Prater (1'06")
[16] Blind man's bluff / Entry of the Marschallin (6'49")
[17] The Day of the Knight of the Rose / In Faninal's house (4'50")
[18] Delivery of the silver rose (6'32")
[19] Appearance of Ochs / Scene with the notaries (2'31")
[20] Octavian and Sophie (3'05")
[21] Quarrel in front of the Palace (0'36")


Cd 2 (73'47")
[1] Notary and Ochs / Ochs dances (1'26")
[2] Ecco! Ochs discovers Sophie and Octavian in flagranti (5'00")
[3] Ochs in bed (3'25")
[4] Battle music (battle and victory) (5'05")
[5] Marschallin and her black servant (3'30")
[6] Faninal and Sophie (3'07")
[7] Plans of revenge (1'27")
[8] Scene at Prehauser's (4'04")
[9] Entrance of the Marschallin (5'11")
[10] Ochs' appearance in the comedy (2'27")
[11] Valzacchi and Annina (1'26")
[12] Love scene Marschallin and Octavian / Garden party (3'44")
[13] The Marshall's hurried journey / The Marschallin's party (3'21")
[14] Sophie and Octavian in front of the pavillon / The Marschallin is unhappy (5'12")
[15] Whirling dance (2'51")
[16] Ochs and Octavian (Mariandl) / Faninal and entourage surprise them (4'47")
[17] Ochs exits, garden scene / Marschallin, Octavian, later Marshall (8'49")
[18] Duel between Marshall and Octavian (0'34")
[19] The Marshall recognized the Marschallin / Reconciliation / Valzacchi and Annina / Sophie and Octavian (8'22")

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Links:

cd 1 of 2 :

http://www.fileserve.com/file/Htbtna8
http://www.multiupload.com/FBURT3Y130

cd 2 of 2 :

http://www.fileserve.com/file/b8mphS5
http://www.multiupload.com/GVP61EFLA0

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Posted By: giuhd Date: 25 Sep 2010 12:59:23
Thank you...

I tried one hundred times to download from these 2 links and the message is always "Invalid Captcha! Please try again."

Shame for fileserve.com!
Posted By: reggie1164 Date: 27 Sep 2010 09:56:14
yes - a great pity. Many would love to hear this rare contribution - so many thanks to the uploader none-the-less. Even when I manage to start a download it is so slow that it would take days to download. Perhaps it will turn up again sometime on a more friendly download location
Posted By: Finnwake Date: 27 Sep 2010 12:35:35
I'll upload again with MU. Please wait. Thanks!