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Various - Triumphal March From "Aida" And Other Great Operatic Marches & Choruses

Various - Triumphal March From "Aida" And Other Great Operatic Marches & Choruses
Triumphal March From "Aida" And Other Great Operatic Marches & Choruses
Classical, Romantic
413 254-4
MP3 album size:
1363 mb
FLAC album size:
2515 mb
Deutsche Grammophon


1Johann Strauss Jr.Persian March
Composed By – Johann Strauss Jr.Conductor – Herbert Von KarajanOrchestra – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
2Richard Wagner"Lohengrin": March To The Cathedral (Act 2)
Chorus – Bayreuth Festival ChorusComposed By – Richard WagnerConductor – Wilhelm PitzOrchestra – Bayreuth Festival Orchestra
3Gioacchino Rossini"William Tell": March Of The Soldiers (Act 3)
Composed By – Gioacchino RossiniConductor – Louis FremauxOrchestra – Monte Carlo Opera Orchestra
4Johann Strauss Sr.Radetzky March
Composed By – Johann Strauss Sr.Conductor – Ferenc FricsayOrchestra – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
5Georges BizetStreet Urchins' Chorus (Act 1)
Chorus – Leiptig Children's Chorus, Leipzig Radio ChorusComposed By – Georges BizetConductor – Herbert KegelOrchestra – Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra
6Peter TchaikovskyMarche Slave
Composed By – Peter TchaikovskyConductor – Ferdinand LeitnerOrchestra – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
7Georges Bizet"Carmen": March Of The Toreros (Act 4)
Chorus – Leiptig Children's Chorus, Leipzig Radio ChorusComposed By – Georges BizetConductor – Herbert KegelOrchestra – Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra
8Giuseppe Verdi"Aida": Triumphal Scene (Act 2)
Chorus – Vienna State Opera ChorusComposed By – Giuseppe VerdiConductor – Argeo QuadriOrchestra – Vienna Volksoper Orchestra
9Ludwig Van Beethoven"The Ruins Of Athens": Turkish March
Composed By – Ludwig Van BeethovenConductor – Bernhard KleeOrchestra – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
10Wolfgang Amadeus MozartMarch In D MAjor, K. 237 (189c)
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Ferdinand LeitnerOrchestra – Capella Coloniensis
11Ludwig Van Beethoven"Fidello": March (Act 1)
Chorus – Bavarian State Opera ChorusComposed By – Ludwig Van BeethovenConductor – Ferenc FricsayOrchestra – Bavarian State Opera Orchestra
12Hector Berlioz"The Damnation Of Faust": Hungarian (Rakoczy) March
Composed By – Hector BerliozConductor – Ferenc FricsayOrchestra – Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra
13Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart"The Abduction From The Seraglio": Chorus Of The Janissaries
Chorus – Bavarian State Opera ChorusComposed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Eugen JochumOrchestra – Bavarian State Opera Orchestra


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2535 631Karajan, Jochum, Fricsay Karajan, Jochum, Fricsay - Triumphmarsch – Beliebte Märsche Und Grosse Chöre ‎(LP, Comp)Deutsche Grammophon2535 631Germany1979
413 254-1Various Triumphal March From "Aida" And Other Great Operatic Marches & Choruses ‎(LP, Comp)Deutsche Grammophon413 254-1GermanyUnknown
413 254-1Various Aida - Marcha Triunfal E Outras Grandes Marchas ‎(LP, Comp)Deutsche Grammophon413 254-1Brazil1987


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Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом Vinyl от Triumphal March From Aida And Other Great Operatic Marches & Choruses на March from Aida by Giuseppe Verdi Metropolitan Opera House1989. A triumphal march is a musical form generally reflecting a triumph, victory or great joy. Many composers have written a triumphal march, with maybe the best known one being by Italian opera composer, Giuseppe Verdi for his 1871 grand opera, Aida, where, in the second act, Radames leads the Egyptian army on its return following their victory over the Ethiopians. The triumphal scene gives directors the opportunity for elaborate spectacle typical of the grand opera of the period in the nineteenth century. Triumphal march from Aida. Audio Preview. Performer: Music Lovers Operatic Band. Band and Concert Series. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song. Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists. Song Title. Listen to Triumphal March from Aida from Various Artists's 50 Hits: Romantic Classics for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Deleting this artist may remove other artists and scrobbles from your library - please handle with caution Note: You can view albums tagged as 'Various Artists' in your library here. Most often on , compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Warning . Triumphal March from Aida Brass Quintet: other combinaisons Wiltshire MusicCor Publishing Co. By Giuseppe Verdi. Arranged by Jay Brower. Flexible Wind Ensemble-Triumphal March from Aida La Donna e Mobile from Rigoletto Dance of the Hours from La Gioconda and Soldier's Chorus from : 2 - 5. GBP - Sold by Musicroom UK. Similar items. Triumphal March from Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 5 min 8 s, 148 kbps. File information. Structured data. Add a one-line explanation of what this file represents. English: Grand March from w:Aida, recorded for the Marine Band album, Retrospective, June 3-7, 2002, Center for the Arts, w:George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. march from . Giuseppe Verdi, performed by the w:United States Marine Corps Band, Timothy Foley, Director. Tracks In This Album. Aida: Triumphal Scene Act 2 - Giuseppe Verdi, Wiener Volksopernorchester, Argeo Quadri, Wiener Staatsopernchor. The Abduction From The Seraglio: Chorus Of The Janissaries - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Bayerisches Staatsorchester, Eugen Jochum, Chor Der Bayerischen Staatsoper. Fidello: March Act 1 - Ludwig Van Beethoven, Bayerisches Staatsorchester, Ferenc Fricsay, Chor Der Bayerischen Staatsoper. March In D MAjor, K. 237 189c - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ferdinand Leitner, Cappella Coloniensis. Perhaps the best-known triumphal march: from the second act of Giuseppe Verdi's 1871 grand opera, Aïda sometimes spelled Aïda. La Repubblica declared Riccardo Chaillys conducting of Verdis great Egyptian opera a colossal triumph and dubbed the 83-year-old director King Zeffirelli. The Lithuanian mezzo-soprano Violeta Urmana in the title role and the tenor Roberto Alagna as Radames headed a cast that mustered 310 people for the Triumphal March. Triumphal March from Aïda by Giuseppe Verdi, Metropolitan Opera House 1989. Verdis Aïda Full version. Few operatic melodies are more familiar than the march that accompanies Radamèss victorious army into the city of Thebes. Certainly few are simpler. The theme, played by a small chorus of trumpets, comprises only five different pitches Track 40 . The Triumphal March is one of very few passages in which Verdi sought to bring genuine historical effect to Aida. Unlike many other great stage works, its story is entirely original and not based on an existing source if of course inspired by historical and archeological findings about ancient Egypt. Thats why many people were surprised when an entirely new telling of Aidas story arrived on Broadway in the year 2000