Symphony No. 2 / Vox Maris Op. 31
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Vox Maris" Symphonic Poem, Op. 31. Choir – Chorus of the Iasy Moldova Philharmonic Chorus Master – Ion PavalacheConductor – Ion BaciuOrchestra – Orchestra of the Iasy Moldova Philharmonic Soprano Vocals – Rozina MuraruTenor Vocals – Ionel Voineag.
Symphony No. 3, Op. 21, in C major is a large-scale orchestral-vocal composition by the Romanian composer George Enescu, written in 1916–18. Enescu began writing the Third Symphony at Sinaia in May 1916, not long before Romania entered the First World War. During the withdrawal of Romania to the province of Moldavia in face of the invading forces of the Central Powers, he finished the first movement in 1917 at Iași.
Poem simfonic ; Poème symphonique. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGE 35. v'ts/Sec's.
Featured on this album. Enescu: Symphony No. 2, Vox Maris, Op. 31 8223142 More info about this album. View all. Top Albums. Mahler – Symphony N. ‘Resurrection’ BIS2296.
Enescu: Symphony No. 2 in A Major, Op. 17; Vox maris, Op. Filarmonică de Stat George Enescu, Horia Andreescu, cond. Orchestra and Chorus of the Iasy Moldova Philharmonic, Ion Baciu, cond . Reissued as streaming audio, Naxos Music Library, 2004. George Enescu: Complete Orchestral Works, Vol. 2. Symphony No. 2, Op. 17; Romanian Rhapsody No. 1, Op. 11, No. 1; Rhapsody No. Orchestra Simfonică a Radioteleviziunii, Horia Andreescu, cond. Recorded at the Radio Concert Hall, Bucharest, in July 1993.
Marco Polo Rel. January 1, 1991. Enescu: Vox Maris Op. 31; Symphony No. 2 Various Artists. Marco Polo Rel. Naxos featured album.
The first release featuring Symphony No. 2 and the Chamber Symphony Op. 33 was highly praised by critics and nominated for the Gramophone Awards 2013. Enescu is Romania’s most notable composer – and one of the most neglected composers of the 20th century. This release demonstrates a master of orchestral colour and impressive imagination.
Vox maris, Op. 31, is a symphonic poem composed between 1929 and 1954 by the Romanian composer George Enescu, dedicated to the memory of the great Romanian pianist Elena Bibescu. Enescu did not live to hear this work in concert: the première was given in Bucharest on 10 September 1964, by the Romanian Radio-Television Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Iosif Conta. "Enescu Society Worklist: Orchestral Works".
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|Symphony No. 2 In A Major, Op. 17
Conductor – Horia AndreescuOrchestra – George Enescu State Philharmonic Bucharest*
|1||Vivace, Ma Non Troppo||16:30|
|3||Un Poco Lento, Marziale - Allegro Vivace, Marziale||15:02|
|4||"Vox Maris" Symphonic Poem, Op. 31
Choir – Chorus of the Iasy Moldova Philharmonic*Chorus Master – Ion PavalacheConductor – Ion BaciuOrchestra – Orchestra of the Iasy Moldova Philharmonic*Soprano Vocals – Rozina MuraruTenor Vocals – Ionel Voineag
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – HNH International Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Pacific Music Co. Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – HNH International Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Pilz
- Pressed By – P+O Pallas – 5134
- Composed By – George Enescu
- Cover – Chai Ben-shan
- Liner Notes [Music Notes] – Keith Anderson
Notes℗ 1988 HNH International Ltd.
© 1988 HNH International Ltd.
℗ 1988 Pacific Music Co., Ltd.
© 1988 Pacific Music Co., Ltd.
Compact Disc manufactured in Germany (FRG) by Pilz.
Packaging: standard jewel case with 4 page booklet
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- Barcode: 4005294231426
- Matrix / Runout: P+O 8.223 142 5134-05-90 12
- Label Code: LC 9158
- SPARS Code: DDD