Richard strauss - seiji ozawa - also sprach zarathustra


This piece was the last tone poem written by Strauss, a genre which gained the composer popularity in the late 1880s and 1890s with works such as Don Juan (1888), Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks (1895), Also Sprach Zarathustra (1896), Don Quixote (1897), and A Hero's Life (1897–98). [3] By the time of An Alpine Symphony's composition, however, Strauss had turned his attention away from the genre of tone poems and had become well-established as one of the period's greatest operatic composers.

Performers: Aurele Nicolet, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dwayne Croft, Everett Firth, Hiroshi Arimori, Kathleen Battle, Kiri Te Kanawa, Mariko Kobayashi, Marilyn Horne, Naoko Yoshino, Rainer Honeck, Rudolf Scholz, San Francisco Symphony, Sawako Yasue, Seito Kinen Orchestra, Simon Preston, Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Tokyo Opera Singers, Trevor Pinnock, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra


Richard Strauss - Seiji Ozawa - Also Sprach ZarathustraRichard Strauss - Seiji Ozawa - Also Sprach ZarathustraRichard Strauss - Seiji Ozawa - Also Sprach ZarathustraRichard Strauss - Seiji Ozawa - Also Sprach Zarathustra

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