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Marcus Bosch|Beethoven: Orchestral Works

Beethoven: Orchestral Works

Marcus Bosch, Cappella Aquileia, Frederic Böhle, Raffaela Lintl

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The compositions on this album, broadly considered, are connected with Beethoven’s efforts on behalf of the theater, and they also attest to his desire to compose for the larger public without having to lower his standards. The center here is formed by his music for Goethe’s Egmont.

The Dutch Count Egmont failed in his resistance against the tyrannous rule of the Duke of Alba and was executed. The decisive factor in Beethoven’s choice of this subject must have been that Goethe himself assigned a dramaturgically important role to music above all at the end of his play, and in his composition Beethoven followed these pretextual givens to the letter. When Egmont, in prison prior to his execution, sees the vision of his beloved Klärchen as the personification of liberty, then Egmont’s words and the musically designed vision join together in a melodrama.

The album also includes three overtures and Wellington’s Victory, in which Beethoven combines the older tradition of the “battaglia,” the musical depiction of a battle, with victory pathos. Its effect lies not so much in the masterful treatment of the musical material itself as in the development of a spatial dimension for a realistic battle scene and in the big sound overpowering the listener, in short: in its theatrical character. During Beethoven’s lifetime it was his most successful composition. © CPO

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Egmont, Op. 84 (Adapted S. Knies)

1
Overture
Marcus Bosch
00:06:36

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

2
Vernommen habt ihr die Töne
Frederic Böhle
00:02:36

Frederic Böhle, Narrator - Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

3
I. Die Trommel gerühret
Marcus Bosch
00:02:41

Raffaela Lintl, Soprano - Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

4
So freue dich, denn kurz ist alle Freude
Frederic Böhle
00:00:17

Frederic Böhle, Narrator

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

5
II. Entracte I
Marcus Bosch
00:02:41

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

6
Die List des Herzog Alba, den aus Spanien
Frederic Böhle
00:01:33

Frederic Böhle, Narrator

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

7
III. Entracte II
Marcus Bosch
00:03:38

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composert

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

8
Freudvoll und leidvoll. Das ist das Los des Lebens und der Liebe
Frederic Böhle
00:01:05

Frederic Böhle, Narrator

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

9
IV. Freudvoll und leidvoll, gedankenvoll sein
Marcus Bosch
00:01:18

Raffaela Lintl, Soprano - Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

10
V. Entracte III
Marcus Bosch
00:03:15

Frederic Böhle, Narrator - Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

11
Umgarnt vom Netz des schlauen Jägers
Frederic Böhle
00:01:20

Frederic Böhle, Narrator

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

12
VI. Entracte IV
Marcus Bosch
00:02:45

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

13
O Clärchen! Treues Herz!
Frederic Böhle
00:00:54

Frederic Böhle, Narrator

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

14
VII. Clärchens Tod bezeichnend
Marcus Bosch
00:01:48

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

15
VIIIa. Melodrama
Marcus Bosch
00:03:59

Frederic Böhle, Narrator - Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

16
VIIIb. Ja, führt sie nur zusamme
Frederic Böhle
00:00:43

Frederic Böhle, Narrator - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

17
VIII. Siegessymphonie
Marcus Bosch
00:01:25

Frederic Böhle, Narrator - Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

Coriolan, Op. 62

18
Coriolan, Op. 62
Marcus Bosch
00:06:58

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

Die Weihe des Hauses, Op. 124

19
Die Weihe des Hauses, Op. 124
Marcus Bosch
00:09:35

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

Overtüre zur Namensfeier, Op. 115

20
Overtüre zur Namensfeier, Op. 115
Marcus Bosch
00:07:03

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

Wellingtons Sieg, Op. 91, Pt. 1

21
Die Schlacht
Marcus Bosch
00:08:05

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

Wellingtons Sieg, Op. 91, Pt. 2

22
Sieges-Symphonie
Marcus Bosch
00:06:04

Cappella Aquileia, Orchestra - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2021 CPO ℗ 2021 CPO

Album Description

The compositions on this album, broadly considered, are connected with Beethoven’s efforts on behalf of the theater, and they also attest to his desire to compose for the larger public without having to lower his standards. The center here is formed by his music for Goethe’s Egmont.

The Dutch Count Egmont failed in his resistance against the tyrannous rule of the Duke of Alba and was executed. The decisive factor in Beethoven’s choice of this subject must have been that Goethe himself assigned a dramaturgically important role to music above all at the end of his play, and in his composition Beethoven followed these pretextual givens to the letter. When Egmont, in prison prior to his execution, sees the vision of his beloved Klärchen as the personification of liberty, then Egmont’s words and the musically designed vision join together in a melodrama.

The album also includes three overtures and Wellington’s Victory, in which Beethoven combines the older tradition of the “battaglia,” the musical depiction of a battle, with victory pathos. Its effect lies not so much in the masterful treatment of the musical material itself as in the development of a spatial dimension for a realistic battle scene and in the big sound overpowering the listener, in short: in its theatrical character. During Beethoven’s lifetime it was his most successful composition. © CPO

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