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Gala From Berlin: Grand Finales

Gala From Berlin: Grand Finales


Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92: Allegro con brio


Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88: IV. Allegro ma non troppo

Fischer, Ernst:

Sparkling Champagne

Kollo, Walter:

Solang noch unter’n Linden


Grigri: Overture

Folies Bergères: March


Berliner Luft March


Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor (V: Rondo-Finale: Allegro)

Nicolai, C O:

Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor overture


Alexander Nevsky, Op. 78: Alexander’s entry into Pskov


Danse generale from Daphnis et Chloe, Suite No. 2


Gurrelieder: finale

Klaus Maria Brandauer (narrator)


The Firebird - excerpts



An extraordinary programme for an extraordinary night: The Berliner Philharmoniker celebrated the final day of the 20th Century with Grand Finales in the first part and heralds the leap into the 21st Century with an explosion of sparkling music pieces in the 2nd half of the programme.

For the Grand Finales, Maestro Claudio Abbado conducted masterpieces like Beethoven's Finale of the 7th symphony, excerpts from Stravinsky's "Feuervogel" and the final movement of Mahler's 5th Symphony. In the famous Finale of Arnold Schönberg's "Gurre lieder", the internationally renowned actor Klaus Maria Brandauer plays a leading role.

A true celebration to welcome in the new millenium with one of the best orchestras in the world!

Lovingly restored, up-scaled and digitally remastered including intensive and high-quality audio and visual restoration.

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Booklet notes: English, German, French

Running time: 108 mins

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Welthits von Berlin bis Broadway


Die Blume von Hawaii (from Die Blume von Hawaii)

Berlin, I:

Anything you can do I can do better (from Annie Get Your Gun)


Maria (from West Side Story)

Tonight (from West Side Story)


The Lorelei

Strike up the Band Overture

Fascinatin' Rhythm

Künneke, Eduard:

Dance Suite, Op. 26: Intermezzo

Ich bin nur ein armer Wandergesell (from Der Vetter aus Dingsda)


Es leuchten die Sterne


Grigri: Overture

Berliner Luft March

Loewe, F:

I Could Have Danced All Night (My Fair Lady)

May, H:

Ein Lied geht um die Welt

Stolz, R:

Du sollst der Kaiser meiner Seele sein (from Der Favorit)

Zwei Herzen im Dreivierteltakt (from Zwei Herzen im Dreivierteltakt)


Du bist die Welt für mich

Weill, K:

Foolish Heart (from One Touch of Venus)

The Staatskapelle Dresden’s New Year’s Eve concert has become a much-loved fixture in the musical calendar. This year’s event, starring Christian Thielemann, Renée Fleming and Klaus Florian Vogt, will be released on both CD and DVD.

Steeped in tradition, the Dresden Semperoper has welcomed many prestigious figures to its podium, from Carl Maria von Weber and Richard Wagner to the current Principal Conductor of the Staatskapelle Dresden, Christian Thielemann – a forward-thinking musician, but one who also has a healthy respect for the past. The Semperoper’s New Year’s Eve concert is a highlight of the holiday season and the perfect way for music-lovers to see out the Old Year and welcome the New. Broadcast live on ZDF in Germany and relayed by Unitel Classica to 27 different countries, it’s become a much-loved part of the seasonal festivities, its popularity due in large part to the fact that Thielemann and his orchestra deliver a finely balanced mix of the festive and the nostalgic, with touches of downbeat Weltschmerz amid the whirling waltzes.

This year’s programme, entitled Tonight, will take the audience on a dazzling journey from Berlin to Broadway, showcasing all the dynamism and drama of twentieth-century musical theatre: from kings of operetta Paul Abraham, Robert Stolz and Paul Lincke to masters of the musical Frederick Loewe, George Gershwin and Leonard Bernstein.

Thielemann will steer a course between operetta classics such as Two Hearts in Waltz Time and Flower of Hawaii, and Broadway hits such as “Maria” and “Tonight” from West Side Story, stopping off along the way to perform numbers from less well-known works such as Gershwin’s Strike Up The Band, a satire in which the US declares war on Switzerland over the price of cheese!

Sharing the stage with Thielemann this year are two of the greatest singers of our time, soprano Renée Fleming and tenor Klaus Florian Vogt – ideal choices as far as the conductor is concerned. “It’s wonderful to celebrate New Year’s Eve with friends,” he says. “I’ve worked with both of them many times and it’s always a delight, so I couldn’t ask for better company on the last night of the year.”

“The great thing about these operettas and musicals is that as well as the snappy rhythms and numbers in three-quarter time, there are always serious undertones too,” says Thielemann. “So yes, they’re perfect for a New Year’s Eve celebration, but because they’ve been part of the classical repertoire for so long now, they also give us a kind of timeless insight into human hearts and souls.”

The recording is a ZDF production in co-production with Unitel. Broadcast date: 31 December 2013, live on ZDF from 5.30pm (CET)

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Fellini, Jazz & Co.

Fellini, Jazz & Co.

Recorded live at Waldbühne, Berlin, 2011


Berliner Luft March


Fountains of Rome

Pines of Rome

Belkis, Queen of Sheba: orchestral suite

Rota, N:

La Strada Ballet Suite


Jazz Suite No. 2

Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk: Symphonic Suite, Op. 29a

The Waldbühne in Berlin is one of Europe’s ideal outdoor amphitheatres. It is home to the Berlin Philharmonic’s summer concerts, which are among the most popular classical events in the world, attracting audiences of 20,000 or more people.

In July 2011 the orchestra, under the ebullient direction of Riccardo Chailly, presented this concert of effervescent works by Dmitri Shostakovich, Nino Rota and Ottorino Respighi.

All three composers possessed an unerring instinct for composing music that is guaranteed to please the ear of the listener. In their own individual ways, each of them powerfully demonstrates a phenomenal handling of tone colour. Their music sparkles with light one moment and lurks in the shadows the next.

Riccardo Chailly is famous for having one of the broadest repertoires in the business, ranging from the orchestral highways of Beethoven, Brahms and Bruckner through to the 20th century byways via Bach, the core operatic repertoire and almost anything else - he is an omnivore, with the brilliance to match.

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Running time: 105 mins

“Respighi's Pines and Fountains of Rome sound absolutely ravishing here - one can only sit in awe at such fine-tuned (in every way) virtuosity...Bravo!” International Record Review, June 2012

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Open Air - A Night with the Berliner Philharmoniker

Open Air - A Night with the Berliner Philharmoniker

Recorded live at the Waldbühne, Berlin, 2002


L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2: IV. Farandole


Overture from La revoltosa


Slavonic Dance No. 15 in C major, Op. 72 No. 7


The Wild Bears (The Wand of Youth Suite No. 2 Op. 1b)


Por Una Cabeza

(arr. John Williams)

Kim, E:



Tambourin Chinois, Op. 3


Berliner Luft March


Champagne Galop


Cavalleria Rusticana: Intermezzo


Le Cid: Aragonaise

Navarraise from Le Cid


Halka: Mazurka


The Carnival of Venice


Valse Triste, Op. 44 No. 1


Souvenir d'un lieu cher, Op. 42: Mélodie in E flat major

Valse-scherzo in C major for violin & orchestra (or violin & piano), Op. 34

The Nutcracker: Pas de deux


Dance of the Celestials


Lohengrin: Prelude to Act 3


Polonaise brilliante No. 1 in D major, Op. 4


Wiener Bürger

The extraordinary atmosphere of this Open Air venue is the imagination of this production. More than 20,000 people attended the yearly Open Air Concert of the Berliner Philharmoniker at the Waldbühne in Berlin. The atmosphere is as unique as the Night of the Proms Concert.

This is a full programme of musical showpieces and some of the most popular pieces of classical music like Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker, Mascagni Intermezzo, Paganini Il carnevale die Venezia and Sibelius Valse triste.

The famous violinist Vadim Repin is clearly happy to indulge, performing here with all the appropriate showmanship and artistry alongside the first-class Berliner Philharmoniker and Mariss Jansons. This isn´t only a production for core classical lovers – this is a night for a wide audience.

“Repin’s playing of the Paganini has to be watched to be believed, and the audience, quite justifiably, go wild at the end, causing him to repeat the piece, this time modified for even greater effect, enchanting all present including orchestra and conductor. " John Phillips, MusicWeb International

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Running time: 116 mins

Audience: all

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