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Rudolf Kempe's recordings of Richard Strauss have long been prized for their unparalleled clarity and subtlety in music that has come to define the late-Romantic temperament and it's expression of highly strung emotions, whether in a state of Nietzschean exaltation, on the summits of 'Also sprach Zarathustra' or in the post-war despair of 'Metamorphosen'. Strauss loves the complex textures that Kempe and the Staatskapelle Dresden clarify with the utmost skill and sympathy
Rudolf Kempe's recordings of Richard Strauss have long been prized for their unparalleled clarity and subtlety in music that has come to define the late-Romantic temperament and it's expression of highly strung emotions, whether in a state of Nietzschean exaltation, on the summits of 'Also sprach Zarathustra' or in the post-war despair of 'Metamorphosen'. Strauss loves the complex textures that Kempe and the Staatskapelle Dresden clarify with the utmost skill and sympathy
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Rudolf Kempe Conducts Richard Strauss (Port)
Artist: Rudolf Kempe
Format: Vinyl
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1. Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, Op. 28
2. Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30: I. Introduction - of the Backworldsmen - of the Great Longing
3. Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30: II. of Joys and Passions - the Song of the Grave
4. Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30: III. of Science and Learning
5. Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30: IV. the Convalescent - the Dance Song - Song of the Night Wanderer
6. Capriccio, Op. 85, Scene 13: Mondscheinmusik. Andante Con Moto
7. Don Juan, Op. 20
8. Salome, Op. 54, Scene 4: Dance of the Seven Veils
9. Metamorphosen

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Rudolf Kempe's recordings of Richard Strauss have long been prized for their unparalleled clarity and subtlety in music that has come to define the late-Romantic temperament and it's expression of highly strung emotions, whether in a state of Nietzschean exaltation, on the summits of 'Also sprach Zarathustra' or in the post-war despair of 'Metamorphosen'. Strauss loves the complex textures that Kempe and the Staatskapelle Dresden clarify with the utmost skill and sympathy
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