℗ 2014 2xHD
Released July 1, 2014
Duration 55m 06s
Catalogue No. 2XHDNA2029
Genre Classical (Orchestral)
 

Richard Strauss: Also sprach Zarathustra - Salome's Tanz - Der Rosenkavalier: Waltzes

Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Zdeněk Košler

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Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30, TrV 176: Einleitung (2001 - Odyssee im Weltraum)  
1.1
I. Prelude
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
1:49
1.2
II. Of the Afterworldsmen
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
3:06
1.3
III. Of the Great Longing
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
1:59
1.4
IV. Of Joys and Passions
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
2:10
1.5
V. The Funeral
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
2:25
1.6
VI. Song of Science
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
4:08
1.7
VII. The Convalescent
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
5:34
1.8
VIII. The Dance Song
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
4:11
1.9
IX. The Night Song
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
3:49
1.10
X. The Night-Wanderer's Song
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
4:05
1.11
Salome's Dance, TrV 215a
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
9:45
Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59, TrV 227  
1.12
Waltz Sequence No. 1
Richard Strauss; Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra; Zdeněk Košler
12:05
Digital Booklet
Czech conductor Zdeněk Košler leads the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra on this 1989 album featuring Richard Strauss's iconic Also sprach Zarathustra, one of the most recognizable pieces in all of classical music. Strauss makes use of an unusually large orchestra, deployed in the most varied way, while there is a tonal ambiguity that remains to the final bars.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – 2xHD Studio Masters

Recorded at the Reduta Hall in Bratislava from 18th to 20th october, 1988 and on 23rd January, 1989. Producer: Martin Sauer Music Notes: Keith Anderson 2xHD Mastering: René Laflamme and Anne-Marie Sylvestre 2xHD Executive Producer: André Perry Graphics: André Perry and Sylvie Labelle
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.74
-11.42 to -0.48
-27.41
-33.89 to -21.35
13
11 to 17
1
I. Prelude
-0.48-21.3511
2
II. Of the Afterworldsmen
-8.12-32.1513
3
III. Of the Great Longing
-2.87-27.0813
4
IV. Of Joys and Passions
-2.82-22.2911
5
V. The Funeral
-11.42-33.5712
6
VI. Song of Science
-5.49-33.8917
7
VII. The Convalescent
-1.05-24.5413
8
VIII. The Dance Song
-6.36-28.6413
9
IX. The Night Song
-2.13-24.2212
10
X. The Night-Wanderer's Song
-1.37-28.6715
11
Salome's Dance, TrV 215a
-2.06-26.9516
12
Waltz Sequence No. 1
-0.70-25.5814

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