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Complete Symphonies & Concertos (box set)

The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra / Jan Willem de Vriend

Complete Symphonies & Concertos (box set)

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Format: CD
Label: Challenge Classics
UPC: 0608917285628
Catnr: CC 72856
Release date: 09 October 2020
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"This is Challenge Records' contribution to the 250th anniversary celebrations of Beethoven's birth, and a very fine one it is as well. All of these recordings have been released over the years in single and/or box sets of SACD multi-layer discs, and this all-inclusive box is a more budget-friendly release on standard CDs.[...] All things considered this is a collection that is well worth having.[...] These are all excellent recordings, with a very high standard of performance and a consistent sound that blends period-informed transparency with satisfyingly modern sonorities."

Musicweb International, 01-11-2020
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About the album

What you have in your hands is a box with which Challenge Classics intends to make its contribution to the celebrations for the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven. It is a unique and completely original collection in the panorama of today’s discography, as it contains the complete corpus of the symphonies as well as all the works for (instrumental) soloist and orchestra, i.e. all the concertos. All the works recorded here are directed by a single conductor, Jan Willem de Vriend, at the head of a single orchestra, the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra. It becomes clear that this aspect provides a unity, an organic force and therefore an authority that other collections featuring different directors cannot boast. Finally, all the recordings presented here were curated by Bert van der Wolf of Northstar Recording, one of the classical scene’s most innovative and capable sound engineers.


Als bijdrage aan de viering van de 250ste geboortedag van Ludwig van Beethoven brengt Challenge Classics een boxset uit met alle concerten van Beethoven. Het is een unieke en compleet oorspronkelijke verzameling in het geheel van de huidige discografieën. De set bevat de volledige symfonieën en werken voor piano, viool en het Tripelconcert, dus alle concerten van Beethoven, en is daarmee een begerenswaardig verzamelwerk.

Uniek is ook dat alle werken uitgevoerd worden door één dirigent, de onvolprezen Jan Willem de Vriend en één orkest, het prachtige Orkest van het Oosten (tegenwoordig Phion, Orkest van Gelderland & Overijssel). Het is dan ook niet verwonderlijk dat dirigent en musici samen een eenheid vormen, die zijn weerga niet kent. Dit verzamelwerk straalt een ongekende organische kracht en daarmee gezag uit. Daar komt bij dat alle opnames zijn samengesteld door Bert van der Wolf van Northstar Recording, een van de meest innovatieve en capabele geluidstechnici uit de wereld van de klassieke muziek.

Jan Willem de Vriend wordt internationaal geprezen en gezien als een uitzonderlijk dirigent. Hij heeft zijn eigen open visie op de symfonieën van Beethoven en dirigeert deze op krachtige en stimulerende wijze.

Sie halten nun ein Boxset in Ihren Händen, mit dem Challenge Classic zu den Feierlichkeiten anlässlich Ludwig van Beethovens 250. Geburtstag beitragen möchte. Es ist eine einzigartige und originale Sammlung im Panorama heutiger Discographien, beinhaltet es doch die gesamten Symphonien sowie die Werke für Instrumentalsolisten und Orchester, also alle Konzerte. Alle aufgenommenen Werke wurden von nur einem Dirigenten, Jan Willem de Vriend, geleitet, auf dem Podium eines einzigen Orchesters, dem Niederländischen Symphonieorchester. Das bietet eine Einheit, eine organische Kraft und somit eine Autorität, die allen anderen Sammlungen von Aufnahmen unter verschiedenen Dirigenten abgeht. Letztlich wurden alle hier präsentierten Aufnahmen kuratiert von Bert van der Wolf von Northstar Recording, einem der innovativsten und kompetentesten Toningenieure des Klassikmillieus.

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The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra is based in Enschede, in the province of Overijssel. Performing at an international level, as evidenced by its highly acclaimed CDs and invitations for international tours, the orchestra is firmly rooted in society. Jan Willem de Vriend has been its artistic director and chief conductor since 2006. He will be succeeded by Ed Spanjaard in 2017. Under De Vriend’s leadership, the orchestra has expanded its repertoire to cover music from four centuries. Its use of period instruments in the Classical repertoire gives the orchestra a distinctive and highly individual character. The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra performs amongst others in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Enschede, Zwolle and Deventer. In addition, it has made successful tours of the United States, Spain and...
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The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra is based in Enschede, in the province of Overijssel. Performing at an international level, as evidenced by its highly acclaimed CDs and invitations for international tours, the orchestra is firmly rooted in society.
Jan Willem de Vriend has been its artistic director and chief conductor since 2006. He will be succeeded by Ed Spanjaard in 2017. Under De Vriend’s leadership, the orchestra has expanded its repertoire to cover music from four centuries. Its use of period instruments in the Classical repertoire gives the orchestra a distinctive and highly individual character.
The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra performs amongst others in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Enschede, Zwolle and Deventer. In addition, it has made successful tours of the United States, Spain and England and it often works with the Dutch National Touring Opera Company. In its home town Enschede, the orchestra builds on a symphonic tradition of more than 80 years, and it is known as one of the most modern and entrepreneurial orchestras in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra created a number of ensembles, such as a chamber orchestra, the Baroque Academy of the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra (BANSO) and various chamber music ensembles. The orchestra’s commitment to expanding its social relevance is also reflected in the large number of projects in which education is a key element.
The orchestra has worked with distinguished conductors, such as its former chief conductor Jaap van Zweden, Vasily Petrenko, Edo de Waart, Claus Peter Flor and Tan Dun. It also has accompanied many celebrated soloists, including Gidon Kremer, Ronald Brautigam, Natalia Gutman, Charlotte Margiono, Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Thomas Zehetmair.

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Jan Willem de Vriend (conductor)

Jan Willem de Vriend, designated “a godsend from the Netherlands” by the Neue Zürcher Zeitung, is driven by the pioneering spirit of historically informed perfomance practice. As music director of the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam, which he founded in 1982, he specialised in repertoire of the 17th and 18th centuries, reviving a wealth of rarely heard works through historically informed performances on modern instruments, praised by Gramophone magazine for their “technical finesse and a lively feeling for characterization”. An award-winner for his creative contribution to classical music, Jan Willem de Vriend has more than 50,000 followers on Spotify and is in demand as a conductor around the world, appearing regularly with such orchestras as the Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Residentie Orkest...
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Jan Willem de Vriend, designated “a godsend from the Netherlands” by the Neue Zürcher Zeitung, is driven by the pioneering spirit of historically informed perfomance practice. As music director of the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam, which he founded in 1982, he specialised in repertoire of the 17th and 18th centuries, reviving a wealth of rarely heard works through historically informed performances on modern instruments, praised by Gramophone magazine for their “technical finesse and a lively feeling for characterization”.
An award-winner for his creative contribution to classical music, Jan Willem de Vriend has more than 50,000 followers on Spotify and is in demand as a conductor around the world, appearing regularly with such orchestras as the Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Residentie Orkest Den Haag, Belgian National Orchestra, Tonhalle Zurich, Orchestre National de Lyon, Bergen Philharmonic, Warsaw Philharmonic, the symphony orchestras of Netherlands Radio and Hessischer Rundfunk (Frankfurt Radio Symphony), Melbourne Symphony, Yomiuri Nippon Symphony and Hong Kong Philharmonic. He is Principal Conductor Designate of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, and Principal Guest Conductor of the City of Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, Principal Guest Conductor of the Stuttgart Philharmonic and Orchestre National de Lille, and former Principal Guest Conductor of the Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya and the Brabant Orchestra.
For the Challenge Classics label, de Vriend and the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra have recorded the complete Mendelssohn symphonies and all Beethoven’s symphonies and concertos with, among others, pianist Hannes Minnaar and violinist Liza Ferschtman. De Vriend’s interpretation of the Symphony No 7 prompted Classic FM to admire “a bounding flair that does real justice to the composer’s capacity for joy”. A further landmark of his recorded catalogue is his complete recording of the Schubert symphonies with the Residentie Orkest Den Haag.
De Vriend’s collaborative spirit is equally evident in his work for the stage, notably with opera director Eva Buchmann and Combattimento Consort Amsterdam. In addition to works by Monteverdi, Haydn, Handel and Telemann, their productions in Europe and the USA have included staged versions of Bach’s ‘Hunting’ and ‘Coffee’ Cantatas at the Bachfest Leipzig, and operas by Mozart, Rossini, Verdi and Cherubini, among them Mozart’s Don Giovanni und Rossini’s La gazzetta, both toured in Switzerland. De Vriend has also conducted operatic productions in Amsterdam (with the Nederlandse Reisopera), Barcelona, Strasbourg, Lucerne, Schwetzingen and Bergen.

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Liza Ferschtman (violin)

Dutch violinist Liza Ferschtman is known for her passionate performances, interesting programs and communicative qualities on stage. She is equally at home on the concert stage with concertos, chamber music, recitals and solo works. In 2006 she received the highest accolade awarded to a musician in the Netherlands, the Dutch Music Prize. Born into a family of Russian musicians, Liza Ferschtman was constantly surrounded by music. One of her earliest major influences was the violinist Philipp Hirschhorn, a close family friend. She received her formal training from Herman Krebbers at the Amsterdam Conservatory, Ida Kavafian at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia and David Takeno in London. In recent years Liza Ferschtman has performed with all significant Dutch Orchestras, including the Royal Concertgebouw and...
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Dutch violinist Liza Ferschtman is known for her passionate performances, interesting programs and communicative qualities on stage. She is equally at home on the concert stage with concertos, chamber music, recitals and solo works. In 2006 she received the highest accolade awarded to a musician in the Netherlands, the Dutch Music Prize.
Born into a family of Russian musicians, Liza Ferschtman was constantly surrounded by music.
One of her earliest major influences was the violinist Philipp Hirschhorn, a close family friend. She received her formal training from Herman Krebbers at the Amsterdam Conservatory, Ida Kavafian at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia and David Takeno in London.
In recent years Liza Ferschtman has performed with all significant Dutch Orchestras, including the Royal Concertgebouw and the Rotterdam Philhamonic. She has been soloist of the Orchestre National de Belgique, European Union Youth Orchestra, Yomiuri Nippon Orchestra, Malaysian Philharmonic, Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra, Bremen Philharmonic, Radio Symphony Orchestra of Prague, Malmö Symphony, and Bergen Philharmonic. Conductors she has worked with include Stephan Blunier, Frans Bruggen, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Claus Peter Flor, Neeme Järvi, Yakov Kreizberg, Zdenek Macal, Jun Maerkl, Gianandrea Noseda, Marc Soustrot, Leonard Slatkin, Thomas Sondergard, Karl-Heinz Steffens, Mario Venzago and Jaap van Zweden.
An avid chamber musician, Ms. Ferschtman has collaborated regularly with artists such as Inon Barnatan, Jonathan Biss, Nobuko Imai, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Enrico Pace, Christian Poltera, Lars Anders Tomter and Alisa Weilerstein. In addition to appearances at numerous international Chamber Music festivals, she has performed at venues such as the Alice Tully Hall in New York, the Library of Congress in Washington, Wigmore Hall in London, the Brahms Saal at the Vienna Musikverein, as well the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.
Liza Ferschtman has been the artistic director of the Delft Chamber Music Festival since 2007, one of the reputable festivals in Europe. During her tenure the festival has become widely known for adventurous programming with dynamic performances by artists from around the globe.
Highlights in the past season were the performance of the complete solo works by Bach in Amsterdam and a concert tour to Budapest, Amsterdam, New York and Montréal with the Budapest Festival Orchestra. Playing under the baton of Iván Fischer, Ms. Ferschtman received outstanding reviews for her rendition of Bernstein's "Serenade" with this orchestra.
During the current season Liza Ferschtman is scheduled to make her debuts with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Essen, the Staatskapelle Weimar and the Flanders Symphony Orchestra. She will perform chamber music at the Liederhalle in Stuttgart and the Beethoven Haus in Bonn and will be present in the Netherlands with several recitals.
Ms. Ferschtman's recording of the Beethoven Concerto and Romances was received with great critical acclaim, as well as her other recordings with concertos by Dvorak, Röntgen, solo works by Bach and Ysaye, (STRAD CD choice of the month), and duo works by Beethoven and Schubert. Her next CD will be solo works by Bach, Biber, Bartok and Berio (Challenge Classics).

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Storioni Trio

The Storioni Trio has established itself as the leading Dutch piano trio, with concerts in Carnegie Hall (Weill Recital Hall), Concertgebouw, Wigmore Hall and the most prestigious European festivals. The Trio has worked with national and international orchestras, like the Münchner Kammerorchester, the RTE Orchestra Ireland and Orchèstre de Chambre de Wallonie. The recordings by the Storioni Trio, for the Pentatone label, have received great international acclaim. The members of the trio are artistic directors of the annual Storioni Festival in Eindhoven, of which the 5th edition will take place in January 2012. Guest musicians from all over the world will join the trio for a festival during which unique chamber music programmes with top international musicians as well as upcoming...
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The Storioni Trio has established itself as the leading Dutch piano trio, with concerts in Carnegie Hall (Weill Recital Hall), Concertgebouw, Wigmore Hall and the most prestigious European festivals. The Trio has worked with national and international orchestras, like the Münchner Kammerorchester, the RTE Orchestra Ireland and Orchèstre de Chambre de Wallonie. The recordings by the Storioni Trio, for the Pentatone label, have received great international acclaim.
The members of the trio are artistic directors of the annual Storioni Festival in Eindhoven, of which the 5th edition will take place in January 2012. Guest musicians from all over the world will join the trio for a festival during which unique chamber music programmes with top international musicians as well as upcoming talented musicians of the highest calibre are presented. In the last editions they had special guests like Gidon Kremer, Vadim Repin, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Natalia Gutman, Mischa Maisky, the Brentano and Skampa Quartets and many others. In addition, the Storioni Festival presents a yearly commission for a new work for piano trio.
The Storioni Trio was founded in 1995 by Bart van de Roer (piano), Wouter Vossen (violin) and Marc Vossen (cello). The trio derives its name from the Laurentius Storioni violin from Cremona, which dates from 1794 and is played by Wouter Vossen. Marc Vossen plays a Giovanni Grancino cello from Milan, dating from 1700. In order to develop its ensemble-playing, the trio has worked over the years with great musicians such as Isaac Stern, Mstislav Rostropovich, Menahem Pressler, and Ralph Kirshbaum, as well as members of the Emerson Quartet and the Vermeer Quartet.
The Storioni Trio offers an expansive repertoire ranging from Haydn and Mozart via Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Ravel and Shostakovich, to exciting works by contemporary composers. Composer Kevin Volans wrote a triple concerto for the 10th anniversary of the Storioni Trio. The season 11-12 saw performances of the Martinu Triple Concerto with Musikkolegium Winterthur and the Royal Flemish Philharmonic and Jaap van Zweden and the Beethoven Triple Concerto with the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra and Jan Willem de Vriend. In the 2012-13 season the Storioni Trio returns to the Concertgebouw Amsterdam. In 2013-14 the Storioni Trio will undertake a huge task: to perform all Beethoven’s piano trios in Switzerland (Fribourg), the Netherlands (Eindhoven) and in other countries.
The 2012 Storioni Festival showed two world premières: a new piano trio by Peteris Vasks and a special commission by the Storioni Festival: a Triple Concerto by Willem Jeths. Recently the Storioni Trio has performed the Beethoven Triple Concerto with the orchestras of Limburg, Brabant, Enschede, Mannheim and Dortmund. The performance of Beethoven’s triple concerto during the New Ross Piano Festival will be the 27th time the Storioni Trio performs this masterpiece.
The trio has received various prizes and awards, and performs regularly on radio and television. The 4 CDs recorded for the label Pentatone - including the piano trio’s of Brahms, Röntgen, Schubert and Beethoven – gained international recognition from the music press, like the Gramophone and The STRAD. In July 2012 the Storioni Trio recorded the Beethoven Triple Concerto with the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra and Jan Willem de Vriend. Together with this piece the Storioni Trio will record Beethoven’s Archduke trio. The CD will be released on Challenge Classics during the Storioni Festival 2013.
On an international level, the trio is also highly active, giving concerts at various festivals like Kuhmo, Mecklenburg Vorpommern Festival, Osnabruck Kammermusiktage, Trio Festival in the Philharmonie Moscow, and goes on tour to India, the Middle East, Australia, Taiwan, Japan and the United States.

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Hannes Minnaar (piano)

Hannes Minnaar received international acclaim after winning prizes at the Queen Elisabeth Competition (2010, 3rd prize) and the Geneva International Music Competition (2008, 2nd prize) and being awarded a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship (2011). He studied with Jan Wijn at the Amsterdam Conservatory, graduating with the highest distinction and took master classes with Menahem Pressler and Ferenc Rados. In addition, he studied organ with Jacques van Oortmerssen. Minnaar was soloist with various orchestras, including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, during which time he worked with conductors such as Marin Alsop, Jiří Bělohlávek, Herbert Blomstedt, Frans Brüggen, Eliahu Inbal, Edo de Waart and Xian Zhang. He gives recitals in many European countries and around the world. He performed at the Royal Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Konzerthaus...
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Hannes Minnaar received international acclaim after winning prizes at the Queen Elisabeth Competition (2010, 3rd prize) and the Geneva International Music Competition (2008, 2nd prize) and being awarded a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship (2011). He studied with Jan Wijn at the Amsterdam Conservatory, graduating with the highest distinction and took master classes with Menahem Pressler and Ferenc Rados. In addition, he studied organ with Jacques van Oortmerssen.
Minnaar was soloist with various orchestras, including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, during which time he worked with conductors such as Marin Alsop, Jiří Bělohlávek, Herbert Blomstedt, Frans Brüggen, Eliahu Inbal, Edo de Waart and Xian Zhang. He gives recitals in many European countries and around the world. He performed at the Royal Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Konzerthaus (Berlin), Musashino Hall (Tokyo) and the Great Hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Moscow) and was invited to the festivals of La Roque d’Anthéron, Bordeaux (Jacobins) and Guangzhou.
Minnaar is also active as a chamber musician. As a member of the Van Baerle Trio he won prizes at competitions in Lyon (2011, CIMCL, 1st prize) and Munich (2013, ARD, 2nd prize). The trio gave 18 concerts in an international tour in the “Rising Stars” series in 2014, including the Barbican (London), Musikverein (Vienna) and Cité de la Musique (Paris). Minnaar also performed with musicians such as Janine Jansen, Isabelle van Keulen and Mischa Maisky.
His two solo albums are highly acclaimed. His debut album was awarded an Edison and Gramophone published a full-page article about this album. The same magazine wrote about his second album “Bach inspirations”: “After Minnaar’s debut disc, this makes two hits in a row”. BBC Music Magazine selected it as “Instrumental choice of the month” with 5 stars.
Minnaar is currently recording all of Beethoven’s piano concertos for Challenge Classics. Other future concert highlights include Liszt’s Totentanz and a new concerto by Robert Zuidam with the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Markus Stenz – at which occiasion he will be awarded the Dutch Music Prize by the Dutch Minister of Culture – and Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto with the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Daniele Rustioni.


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Composer(s)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer and pianist. A crucial figure in the transition between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western art music, he remains one of the most famous and influential of all composers. His best-known compositions include nine symphonies, five piano concertos, one violin concerto, 32 piano sonatas, 16 string quartets, his great Mass the Missa solemnis, and one opera, Fidelio. Together with Mozart and Haydn, he was part of the First Viennese School.    Born in Bonn, then the capital of the Electorate of Cologne and part of the Holy Roman Empire, Beethoven displayed his musical talents at an early age and was taught by his father Johann van Beethoven and by composer and conductor Christian Gottlob...
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Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer and pianist. A crucial figure in the transition between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western art music, he remains one of the most famous and influential of all composers. His best-known compositions include nine symphonies, five piano concertos, one violin concerto, 32 piano sonatas, 16 string quartets, his great Mass the Missa solemnis, and one opera, Fidelio. Together with Mozart and Haydn, he was part of the First Viennese School. Born in Bonn, then the capital of the Electorate of Cologne and part of the Holy Roman Empire, Beethoven displayed his musical talents at an early age and was taught by his father Johann van Beethoven and by composer and conductor Christian Gottlob Neefe. At the age of 21 he moved to Vienna, where he began studying composition with Joseph Haydn, and gained a reputation as a virtuoso pianist. He lived in Vienna until his death. By his late 20s his hearing began to deteriorate, and by the last decade of his life he was almost totally deaf. In 1811 he gave up conducting and performing in public but continued to compose; many of his most admired works come from these last 15 years of his life.

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Press

This is Challenge Records' contribution to the 250th anniversary celebrations of Beethoven's birth, and a very fine one it is as well. All of these recordings have been released over the years in single and/or box sets of SACD multi-layer discs, and this all-inclusive box is a more budget-friendly release on standard CDs.[...] All things considered this is a collection that is well worth having.[...] These are all excellent recordings, with a very high standard of performance and a consistent sound that blends period-informed transparency with satisfyingly modern sonorities.
Musicweb International, 01-11-2020

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Disc #1
01.
Symphony No. 4 op. 60 in B flat Major: Adagio - Allegro vivace
11:45
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
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Symphony No. 4 op. 60 in B flat Major: Adagio
08:19
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
03.
Symphony No. 4 op. 60 in B flat Major: Allegro molto e vivace
05:41
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
04.
Symphony No. 4 op. 60 in B flat Major: Allegro ma non troppo
07:10
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
05.
Symphony No. 6 Op. 68 (sinfonia pastorale) in F Major (1808): Allegro ma non troppo - Angenehme, heitere Empfindungen, welche bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande im Menschen erwachsen
11:30
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
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Symphony No. 6 Op. 68 (sinfonia pastorale) in F Major (1808): Andante molto moto - Szene am Bach
11:49
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
07.
Symphony No. 6 Op. 68 (sinfonia pastorale) in F Major (1808): Allegro - Lustiges Zusammensein der Landleute
05:10
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
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Symphony No. 6 Op. 68 (sinfonia pastorale) in F Major (1808): Allegro - Donner. Sturm
03:51
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
09.
Symphony No. 6 Op. 68 (sinfonia pastorale) in F Major (1808): Allegretto - Hirtengesang. Wohltätige, mit Dank an die Gottheit verbundene Gefühle nach dem Sturm
09:12
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

Disc #2
01.
Symphony No. 1 Op. 21 in C Major (1799/1800) : Adagio molto – Allegro con brio
10:01
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
02.
Symphony No. 1 Op. 21 in C Major (1799/1800) : Andante cantabile con moto
04:01
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
03.
Symphony No. 1 Op. 21 in C Major (1799/1800) : Menuetto (Allegro molto e vivace)
06:16
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
04.
Symphony No. 1 Op. 21 in C Major (1799/1800) : Adagio – Allegro molto e vivace
08:29
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
05.
Symphony No. 5 Op. 67 in c minor (1808): Allegro con brio
08:58
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
06.
Symphony No. 5 Op. 67 in c minor (1808): Andante con moto
04:46
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
07.
Symphony No. 5 Op. 67 in c minor (1808): Allegro
06:36
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
08.
Symphony No. 5 Op. 67 in c minor (1808): Allegro
07:05
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

Disc #3
01.
Symphony No. 7 Op. 92 in A Major (1811/12): Poco sostenuto – Vivace
13:42
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
02.
Symphony No. 7 Op. 92 in A Major (1811/12): Allegretto
08:43
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
03.
Symphony No. 7 Op. 92 in A Major (1811/12): Presto
09:14
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
04.
Symphony No. 7 Op. 92 in A Major (1811/12): Allegro con brio
08:56
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
05.
Symphony No. 8 Op. 93 in F Major (1812): Allegro vivace e con brio
08:53
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
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Symphony No. 8 Op. 93 in F Major (1812): Allegretto scherzando
04:07
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
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Symphony No. 8 Op. 93 in F Major (1812): Tempo di Menuetto
04:41
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
08.
Symphony No. 8 Op. 93 in F Major (1812): Allegro vivace
07:41
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

Disc #4
01.
Symphony No. 2 Op. 36 in D Major (1801): Adagio – Allegro con brio
12:17
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
02.
Symphony No. 2 Op. 36 in D Major (1801): Larghetto
10:19
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
03.
Symphony No. 2 Op. 36 in D Major (1801): Scherzo: Allegro
04:51
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
04.
Symphony No. 2 Op. 36 in D Major (1801): Allegro molto
06:48
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
05.
Symphony No. 3 Op. 55 in E-flat Major “Eroica” (1803/4): Allegro con brio
16:46
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
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Symphony No. 3 Op. 55 in E-flat Major “Eroica” (1803/4): Marcia funebre: Adagio assai
12:49
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
07.
Symphony No. 3 Op. 55 in E-flat Major “Eroica” (1803/4): Scherzo: Allegro vivace
05:37
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
08.
Symphony No. 3 Op. 55 in E-flat Major “Eroica” (1803/4): Finale: Allegro molto
11:24
(Ludwig van Beethoven) The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

Disc #5
01.
Symphony No. 9 Op. 125 in d minor (1824): Allegro ma non troppo e un poco maestoso
14:45
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Consensus Vocalis, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
02.
Symphony No. 9 Op. 125 in d minor (1824): Molto vivace
13:08
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Consensus Vocalis, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
03.
Symphony No. 9 Op. 125 in d minor (1824): Adagio molto e cantabile
12:32
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Consensus Vocalis, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
04.
Symphony No. 9 Op. 125 in d minor (1824): Finale: Presto
22:47
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Consensus Vocalis, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

Disc #6
01.
Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat Major Op. 19: Allegro con brio
14:23
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
02.
Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat Major Op. 19: Adagio
07:29
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
03.
Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat Major Op. 19: Rondo: Allegro molto
06:11
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
04.
Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major Op. 15: Allegro con brio
17:49
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
05.
Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major Op. 15: Largo
10:13
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
06.
Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major Op. 15: Rondo: Allegro
08:50
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

Disc #7
01.
Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37: Allegro con brio
17:10
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
02.
Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37: Largo
07:47
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
03.
Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37: Rondo: Allegro
09:41
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
04.
Concerto for violin, cello and piano in C major op. 56 (1803) “Triple Concerto”: Allegro
16:55
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Storioni Trio, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
05.
Concerto for violin, cello and piano in C major op. 56 (1803) “Triple Concerto”: Largo (attacca)
04:48
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Storioni Trio, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
06.
Concerto for violin, cello and piano in C major op. 56 (1803) “Triple Concerto”: Rondo alla polacca
13:05
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Storioni Trio, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

Disc #8
01.
Piano Concerto No. 4 Op. 58 in G Major (1807): Allegro moderato
17:23
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
02.
Piano Concerto No. 4 Op. 58 in G Major (1807): Andante con moto
04:52
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
03.
Piano Concerto No. 4 Op. 58 in G Major (1807): Rondo. Vivace
10:16
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
04.
Piano Concerto No. 5 Op. 73 in E flat Major (‘Emperor’) (1809): Allegro
20:04
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
05.
Piano Concerto No. 5 Op. 73 in E flat Major (‘Emperor’) (1809): Adagio un poco mosso
07:12
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
06.
Piano Concerto No. 5 Op. 73 in E flat Major (‘Emperor’) (1809): Rondo. Allegro
10:28
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

Disc #9
01.
Violin Concerto Op. 61 in D Major (1806): Allegro ma non troppo
25:04
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Liza Ferschtman, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
02.
Violin Concerto Op. 61 in D Major (1806): Larghetto
08:52
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Liza Ferschtman, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
03.
Violin Concerto Op. 61 in D Major (1806): Rondo (Allegro)
09:52
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Liza Ferschtman, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
04.
Violin Romance No. 1 Op. 40 in G Major (ca. 1802)
06:26
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Liza Ferschtman, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
05.
Violin Romance No. 2 Op. 50 in F Major (1805)
08:04
(Ludwig van Beethoven) Liza Ferschtman, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra
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