Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Carmina Burana: O Fortuna
Ludwig van Beethoven 2:35
2 Carmina Burana: Fortune plango vulnera
Ludwig van Beethoven 2:38
3 Carmina Burana: Floret silva
Ludwig van Beethoven 3:05
4 Carmina Burana: Estuans interius
Ludwig van Beethoven 2:15
5 Carmina Burana: Veni, veni, venias
Ludwig van Beethoven 1:02
6 Carmina Burana: Ave formosissima
Ludwig van Beethoven 1:40
7 Carmina Burana: O Fortuna
Ludwig van Beethoven 2:31
8 Weihnachtsoratorium BWV 248: Jauchzet, frohlocket!
Johann Sebastian Bach 8:21
9 Der Messias: Halleluja
Georg Friedrich Händel 4:16
10 Kantate BWV 51: Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen (Arie)
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:39
11 Fidelio: Wer ein holdes Weib errungen (Finale)
Ludwig van Beethoven 3:58
12 Der Freischütz: Was gleicht wohl auf Erden (Jägerchor)
Carl Maria von Weber 2:38
13 Tannhäuser: Freudig begrüßen wir die edle Halle
Richard Wagner 6:19
14 Aida: Gloria all’ Egitto (Chor und Triumphmarsch)
Giuseppe Verdi 7:17
15 Symphonie Nr. 9 d-Moll op. 125: Freude schöner Götterfunken (Chorfinale)
Ludwig van Beethoven 12:54

Credits

CD 1

composed in:
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany (1734 – 1735) (track 8)
premiered in:
Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany (1734-12-25) (track 8)
trumpet:
Maurice André (French trumpeter) (1964-06) (track 9)
organ:
Elmar Schloter (organist) (1964-06) (track 9)
harpsichord:
Hedwig Bilgram (1964-06) (track 9)
balance engineer:
Harald Baudis (track 9)
Klaus Scheibe (editor/engineer) (tracks 1–7)
Hans-Peter Schweigmann (1965-02 – 1965-06) (track 8)
baritone vocals:
Dietrich Fischer‐Dieskau (1967-10) (track 4)
choir vocals:
Chor der Bayreuther Festspiele (Bayreuth Festival Chorus) (track 13)
Münchener Bach‐Chor (1964-06) (track 9)
Münchener Bach‐Chor (1965-02 – 1965-06) (track 8)
Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin (1967-10) (tracks 1–3, 5–7)
chorus master:
Romano Gandolfi (track 14)
Walter Hagen-Groll (chorus master) (1967-10) (tracks 1–3, 5–7)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (track 8)
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (track 9)
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (tracks 14, 14)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1730) (track 10)
George Frideric Handel (German‐British baroque composer) (1741) (track 9)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1814) (track 11)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1822 – 1824) (track 15)
Richard Wagner (1843 – 1845-04-13) (track 13)
Carl Orff (1936) (tracks 1–7)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (track 14)
Karl Böhm (Austrian conductor) (tracks 11, 15)
Eugen Jochum (track 12)
Wilhelm Pitz (track 13)
Karl Richter (conductor/ choir master/ organist/ harpsichordist) (1964-06) (track 9)
Karl Richter (conductor/ choir master/ organist/ harpsichordist) (1965-02 – 1965-06) (track 8)
Eugen Jochum (1967-10) (tracks 1–7)
Karl Richter (conductor/ choir master/ organist/ harpsichordist) (1971-12) (track 10)
executive producer:
Gerd Ploebsch (track 8)
librettist:
Antonio Ghislanzoni (track 14)
Friedrich Schiller (German poet and playwright) (track 15)
Richard Wagner (track 13)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Elisabeth Schärtel (mezzo-soprano and alto) (track 13)
orchestra:
Münchener Bach‐Orchester (1964-06) (track 9)
Münchener Bach‐Orchester (1965-02 – 1965-06) (track 8)
Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin (1967-10) (tracks 1–7)
Münchener Bach‐Orchester (1971-12) (track 10)
producer:
Karl Faust (producer) (track 9)
Hans Hirsch (producer at Deutsche Grammophon) (tracks 1–7)
Hans Weber (producer/engineer) (track 8)
soprano vocals:
Gwyneth Jones (track 11)
Edith Mathis (1971-12) (track 10)
tenor vocals:
James King (tenor) (track 11)
Fritz Wunderlich (operatic tenor) (track 8)
phonographic copyright by:
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1958) (track 13)
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1960) (track 12)
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1965) (tracks 8–9)
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1968) (tracks 1–7)
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1969) (track 11)
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1970) (track 15)
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1972) (track 10)
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (1975) (track 14)
publisher:
recorded at:
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1964-06) (track 9)
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1965-02 – 1965-06) (track 8)
UFA-Tonstudio in Berlin, Germany (1967-10) (tracks 1–7)
Herkulessaal in Munich, Bayern, Germany (1971-12) (track 10)
edit of:
sampled by:
Hate Me Now (album version) by Nas feat. Puff Daddy (track 1)
arrangements:
Aida: Grand March (catch-all for arrangements) (track 14)
Boiling Rage (track 4)
Come, My Beauty (track 5)
Grand March from "Aida" (for organ, Lemare) (track 14)
O Fortuna (QNTAL song) (track 1)
The Lovers (track 6)
The Wounds of Fate (track 2)
is based on:
An die Freude (track 15)
is the basis for:
A Last Illusion (track 15)
Euroopa hümn (track 15)
Ode an die Freude (track 15)
On the Fritz (Electronic derivative of Beethoven's 9th) (track 15)
Overture (track 15)
What Is Eternal (track 15)
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
later versions:
March from A Clockwork Orange (Beethoven: Ninth Symphony: Fourth Movement, abridged) (track 15)
Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 "Choral": IV. Finale. Presto - Allegro assai (arranged by Mahler for large orchestra) (track 15)
The Mass (track 1)
Vincerai per me (track 14)
地球交響曲-合唱- (Hanjuku Hero 4: The 7 Hanjuku Heroes) (track 15)
part of:
Der Freischütz: Akt III (number) (track 12)
Aida: Atto Secondo (tracks 14, 14)
Der Messias: Part II (arr. W.A. Mozart) (track 9)
recording of:
Der Messias: 42. Chor: Halleluja (1964-06) (track 9)
referred to in medleys:
translated version of:

Release

part of: Favorit (Deutsche Grammophon)
ASIN: DE: B000026EJV [info]
Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/release/7829050 [info]
other databases: http://d-nb.info/1001740386 [info]