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Beethoven: Symphony No. 9

Seiji Ozawa, Mito Chamber Orchestra

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Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 - "Choral"  
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1. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
16:42
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2. Molto vivace (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
11:56
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3. Adagio molto e cantabile (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
14:56
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4a. Finale: Presto (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich Johann Christoph von Schiller; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
3:09
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4b. Allegro assai (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
3:40
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4c. Presto - "O Freunde nicht diese Töne" - (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich von Schiller; Markus Eiche; Rie Miyake; Mihoko Fujimura; Kei Fukui; Tokyo Opera Singers; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
3:38
7
4d. Alla marcia (Allegro vivace assai / Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich von Schiller; Kei Fukui; Tokyo Opera Singers; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
4:16
8
4e. Andante maestoso (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich von Schiller; Tokyo Opera Singers; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
3:27
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4f. Allegro energico e sempre ben marcato (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich von Schiller; Tokyo Opera Singers; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
2:19
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4g. Allegro ma non tanto (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich von Schiller; Rie Miyake; Mihoko Fujimura; Kei Fukui; Markus Eiche; Tokyo Opera Singers; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
2:28
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4h. Poco allegro, stringendo il tempo, sempre più allegro - Presto (Live)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Tokyo Opera Singers; Mito Chamber Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa
2:00
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    68:31
After 45 years, Seiji Ozawa revisits the legendary Beethoven's Symphony No.9. The Mito Chamber Orchestra features many international musical stars, including Radek Baborák (horn), Ricardo Morales (clarinet) and Philippe Tondre (oboe). The German baritone Markus Eiche leads a quartet of leading Japanese soloists and the Tokyo Opera Singers in a fascinating performance.

“Ozawa may be entering a glorious Indian summer of creativity.”
–Gramophone
-96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca Music Group Studio Masters

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