Tchaikovsky Symphonies 1 3 Valery Gergiev

Valery Gergiev, London Symphony Orchestra - Tchaikovsky: Symphonies 1-3 (2012) [Official Digital Download] RE-UP

Valery Gergiev, London Symphony Orchestra - Tchaikovsky: Symphonies 1 - 3 (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time - 126:02 minutes | 1,19 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: PDF sleeve

Two alumni of the St Petersburg Conservatory are brought together on this recording – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Valery Gergiev, both educated in the same historic city a hundred years apart.
Schumann: Symphonies 1, 3 & Manfred Overture - Szell, Cleveland (2001) [2.0] PS3 ISO & FLAC

Schumann: Symphonies 1, 3 & Manfred Overture - Szell, Cleveland (2001) [2.0] PS3 ISO & FLAC
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 63:40 minutes | 3,21 GB
FLAC 2.0 Stereo (PS3 ISO extract / Weiss Saracon conversion) 24bit/88.2 kHz | 2.15 GB
Japan Import | Year: 1960, 2001 | Full Scans | 5% Recovery Info

These performances remain as great as ever, and the remastering is a source of wonder; if you don't own these recordings, here's a rare chance to correct the oversight. Take advantage of it while you can.

Tchaikovsky · Symphony No.5 · Valery Gergiev  

Posted by enjopin at Feb. 19, 2010
Tchaikovsky · Symphony No.5 · Valery Gergiev

Tchaikovsky · Symphony No.5 · Valery Gergiev · Wiener Philharmoniker
Classical | EAC | APE, LOG | 202 MB
1 CD | Covers | rs.com | 1999
Lepo Sumera - Malmö Symphony Orchestra / Paavo Järvi - Symphonies 1-3 (1994)

Lepo Sumera - Symphonies 1-3
Malmö Symphony Orchestra / Paavo Järvi
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 277 MB | Full Artwork: 79 MB | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: BIS # BIS-CD-660 | Country/Year: Sweden 1994
Genre: Classical | Style: Contemporary, Modern

Lepo Sumera (8 May 1950 – 2 June 2000) was an Estonian composer and teacher. Considered one of Estonia's most renowned composers along with Heino Eller, Eduard Tubin and Arvo Pärt, he was also his country's Minister of Culture from 1988 to 1992 during the days of the Singing Revolution…

Rachmaninov - Symphonies 1-3  

Posted by ArlegZ at Dec. 24, 2010
Rachmaninov - Symphonies 1-3

Rachmaninov - Symphonies 1-3 (Litton)
Classical | EAC | APE+CUE+LOG | Scans | 538.01 MB | CD1:72’08; CD2:72’37
Released: November 5, 2002 | Label: Angel Records

Rachmaninov was a matchless pianist, and it was as such that he acquired his international reputation; this should not, however, blind us to his astonishing achievements as orchestrator and symphonist. His three symphonies, whose principal source of inspiration is the tendency to nostalgia of the Slavonic soul, are among his most endearing works. They also reveal an anguished, introverted personality.
The Symphony No.l in D minor, Op.13, was a resounding flop at its first performance in 1897 in St Petersburg. Cesar Cui wrote a fiercely critical review of it, and the failure left the 24-year-old Rachmaninov utterly demoralized. This four-movement symphony, which explores a vast gamut of fee-lings, is complex both in its rhythms (Cui did not like its broken rhythms, and also denounced the loo-seness of its form) and in its orchestration. The work is cyclic, based on a gruppetto motif and phrases from the mediaeval Dies irae; the latter dominates the Allegro та поп troppo, which is followed by a scherzo with an aura of fantasy, a Larghetto slow movement of fairy-tale simplicity, and a finale marked by forthright harmonies and quite forceful instrumentation.
Rachmaninov: Symphonies 1-3; Piano Concerto 1-4; Isle of Dead; Symphonic Dances - M. Rudy, St. Petersburg PhO,  M. Jansons

Sergei Rachmaninov: Symphonies 1-3; Piano Concerto 1-4; Isle of Dead; Symphonic Dances -
Mikhail Rudy, piano; St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra; Mariss Jansons, conductor

Classical | 6 CDs | EAC Rip V0.99 prebeta 4 | 1,54 Gb | FLAC+LOG+M3U No cue | Full scans | 4shared links
Publisher: EMi Classics

David Hurwitz on Symphony No. 3 & Symphonic Dances
One of the great Rachmaninov recordings ever made, these accounts of the Third Symphony and Symphonic Dances by Mariss Jansons and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic recall the heady days of Mravinsky and the (then-named) Leningraders at their finest–only in top-quality sound. The whiplash strings in the second movement of the Symphonic Dances, hair-trigger discipline in the same work's outer movements, and the razor-sharp modernity that Jansons brings to the Third Symphony all combine to make this reissue irresistible. There are too many memorable moments to list here, but the central section of the Third Symphony's slow movement, full of mordant wit, and the rhythmically thrilling ending of the Symphonic Dances come immediately to mind. If you missed this issue the first time, don't let it pass by again. It belongs in every serious record collection. [5/7/2004]
Beethoven - Royal Flemish Philharmonic, Herreweghe - Symphonies 1 & 3 [Hybrid SACD: PS3 SACD Rip & EAC CD Rip]

Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphonies Nos. 1 & 3
Royal Flemish Philharmonic / Philippe Herreweghe
PS3 SACD ISO (2.0/5.0): 4,13 GB | EAC Rip, FLAC LOG & CUE: 293 MB | 24B/88,2kHz FLAC (2.0): 1,13 GB | Lossless Artwork: 171 MB | Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Pentatone PTC 5186 313 | Country/Year: Europe 2008 | Genre: Classical | Hoster: Filepost/Filefactory

Conductor Philippe Herreweghe returns to the helm of the Royal Flemish Philharmonic for another set of Beethoven symphonies on the PentaTone label, this time the First and Third. Again presented as a multi-channel SACD hybrid disc, PentaTone's sound is clean and detailed without too much digital sterility. Unlike the album that included the Fifth Symphony and was fraught with many rhythmic peculiarities, Herreweghe's reading of the First and Third symphonies seems diligently respectful to every nuance of the score…

Georges Onslow - Symphonies 1 & 3  

Posted by C.Richter at May 27, 2009
Georges Onslow - Symphonies 1 & 3

Georges Onslow - Symphonies 1 & 3
2002 | Classical | Separate FLAC Files | No Cue, No Log, No Scans | 265 MB
Valery Gergiev, London Symphony Chorus & Orchestra - Alexander Scriabin: Symphonies Nos 1 & 2 (2016) 2CDs

Alexander Scriabin: Symphonies Nos 1 & 2 (2016) 2CDs
Ekaterina Sergeeva, mezzo soprano; Alexander Timchenko, tenor
London Symphony Chorus & Orchestra; Valery Gergiev, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 375 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Classical | Label: LSO Live | # LSO0770 | Time: 01:31:10

As a composer of orchestral music, Alexander Scriabin is best known for his last two idiosyncratic symphonies, the Poem of Ecstasy and Prometheus: The Poem of Fire, which are essentially symphonic poems, not symphonies in the conventional sense. The Symphony No. 1 (1900) and the Symphony No. 2 (1901), however, are more recognizable as symphonies in their multiple-movement forms, and their durations are comparable to the expansive symphonies of Scriabin's contemporary, Gustav Mahler. They also share the post-Romantic tendency toward Wagnerian harmonies, rhapsodic melodies, and lush orchestration, which, in Scriabin's case, were developed to express heightened emotional states and mystical transcendence. This 2016 double SACD by Valery Gergiev and the London Symphony Orchestra presents each of the symphonies on its own disc, and the high-quality multichannel sound is ideal for bringing across the subtle nuances of tone color and the shifting of dynamics that are characteristic of his style.]
Valery Gergiev, London Symphony Orchestra - Alexander Scriabin: Symphonies Nos 3 & 4 (2015)

Valery Gergiev, London Symphony Orchestra - Alexander Scriabin: Symphonies Nos 3 & 4 (2015)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 285 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included | Time: 01:04:58
Genre: Classical | Label: LSO | # LSO0771

In this first volume of Alexander Scriabin's symphonies on the LSO Live label, Valery Gergiev and the London Symphony Orchestra begin in media res with the Symphony No. 3, "Le Divin Poème," and the Le Poème de l'extase, which is unofficially counted as the Symphony No. 4. These works date from Scriabin's middle period (ca. 1902-1908), which marks a transition from his youthful Romantic phase to his final visionary works. The Symphony No. 3 reflects a lingering attachment to the symphonic conventions which influenced Scriabin's first two symphonies, particularly in its three-movement structure and relatively clear tonal scheme, though it already hints at the organic development and greater harmonic complexity of the single-movement Le Poème de l'extase, which strains the boundaries of form and key. These effusive works demand a calculated control that may seem at odds with their volatile and languorous expressions, though Gergiev and the London Symphony Orchestra deliver the music with rhythmic precision and focused tone colors to bring across Scriabin's kaleidoscopic soundworld with brilliance.