Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (3 February 1809 – 4 November 1847), born and widely known as Felix Mendelssohn, was a German composer, pianist, organist and conductor of the early Romantic period. Mendelssohn's compositions include symphonies, concertos, piano music and chamber music.
Composed By – Felix y. Conductor – Frans Brüggen. Liner Notes – Dr. David Doughty. Orchestra – Radio Kamerorkest. Live recording: 27-11-1992, Studio MCO 1, Hilversum. Mendelssohn – Radio Kamerorkest, Frans Brüggen - Symphonies 1&4 "Italian" (CD, Album).
Symphonie nº 4 de Mendelssohn; Symphony No. 4; Simfonia núm. 4; 4. Sinfonie; 교향곡 4번; Sinfonia n. 4; Sinfonía . 4; Симфонія № 4; Laugarren Sinfonia; Sinfonia nro 4; 交響曲第4番; IV symfonia Mendelssohna; Симфония № 4; Giao hưởng số 4; Symfonie č. 4 A dur; 四號交響曲; 第4號交響曲 (門德爾鬆); 第4号交. 曲 (门德尔松); سمفونی شماره ۴; 4. symfoni; 第4号交响曲. The latter has been recorded twice as of 2018. Symphonies by Felix y. Early Sinfonias for strings. Sinfonia I in C major (1821).
Феликс Мендельсон, Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra - Symphony N. in A major, Italian, Op. 90 III. Con moto moderato 07:24. Феликс Мендельсон, Saint Petersburg Radio, Saint Petersburg Radio, TV Symphony Orchestra - Violin Concerto In E Minor, Op. 64: III. Allegro molto vivace 06:57. 64: I. Allegro molto appassionato 14:07. Mendelssohn: Complete Piano Music - Martin Jones, Феликс Мендельсон. In dulci jubilo - Simon Halsey, Иоганн Себастьян Бах, Феликс Мендельсон.
Mendelssohn is sometimes thought of as someone to whom composing came easily. This assumption arises partly from the fact that he was a child prodigy: he was only fifteen when he composed his First Symphony, by which time he had already written twelve string symphonies. The main reason, however, is that much of Mendelssohn's best music is so unforced, has such a natural flow, that - as Schumann once remarked - 'one entirely forgets the tangible means, the tools that he uses'
CD 1. Felix y Composer. Sinfonia N. in D-, for string orchestra Work. Thomas Fey Conductor, Heidelberger Sinfoniker Orchestra. Mendelssohn: Symphony N. ; String Symphonies No., 6 and 10. Thomas Fey. Heidelberger Sinfoniker. Joseph Haydn: Complete Symphonies, No. 9 ('Laudon'), 86 and 87.
In fact, the brass section renders this otherwise crisp, sparkling interpretation of the Fourth Symphony nearly intolerable. Articulation is mushy and delayed compared to the strings, tempo frequently drags, and the dynamics are so ill-balanced that they frequently cover up the entire orchestra. It's surprising and disappointing that Fey would demand such intense precision from the strings, yet allow the brass to perform in such an undesirable manner
|1||Symphony No. 1 in C minor Op. 11: Allegro di molto||10:57|
|2||Symphony No. 1 in C minor Op. 11: Andante||6:54|
|3||Symphony No. 1 in C minor Op. 11: Menuetto||6:44|
|4||Symphony No. 1 in C minor Op. 11: Allegro con fuoco||8:37|
|5||Symphony No. 4 in A major Op. 90 "Italian": Allegro vivace||11:19|
|6||Symphony No. 4 in A major Op. 90 "Italian": Andante con moto||6:31|
|7||Symphony No. 4 in A major Op. 90 "Italian": Con moto moderato||5:49|
|8||Symphony No. 4 in A major Op. 90 "Italian": Saltarello, presto||5:19|