Dvorak Harnoncourt

Antonín Dvorak - Symphony No. 9/The Water Goblin [Nikolaus Harnoncourt] (2000) (DVD-Audio ISO) [2001]

Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 9/The Water Goblin [Nikolaus Harnoncourt] (2000) (DVD-Audio ISO) [2001]
DVD Audio Image (.ISO) = 3.63 GB | Complete Scans PDF (300 dpi): 5.25 MB | 5% Recovery Record | Watermarked
Classical |MLP 6-ch 96kHz/24-bit | Dolby Digital 5.1

Harnoncourt eschews tradition for tradition’s sake in the symphony. He approaches the score afresh, and the result is a reading both idiomatic and illuminating. Harnoncourt coaxes sparkling detail from the interplay of strings and woodwinds and allows the lower brass to come through cleanly. Trombones punch out the melody at the end of the first movement and the timpani strokes are crisp. The second movement flows gently, with beautiful playing from the woodwinds gliding over a lush, glowing surface of strings. There is no wallowing or point-making in this rendition of the famous largo. The references to Beethoven and Smetana in the fleet scherzo do not call attention to themselves, and the finale is urgent and majestic.
Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Concientus Musicus Wien, Arnold Schoenberg Chor - Mozart: Requiem in D minor, K.626 (2004) (Repost)

Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Concientus Musicus Wien, Arnold Schoenberg Chor - Mozart: Requiem in D minor, K.626 (2004)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 50:21 | 228 MB
Genre: Classical, Sacred, Choral | Label: Deutsche Harmonia Mundi | Catalog: B00022UO9I

Beethoven called Mozart's Requiem "wild and terrible", and that's what we get in Harnoncourt's new recording. Ominous dread hangs from every note of the dark opening measures, the Rex tremendae and Confutatis are driven with terrifying strength, and the supplications of the Lacrimosa, with their weeping stabbings of the orchestra, are freighted with emotional power. The Tuba mirum duet of bass soloist and trombone has a beauty almost never achieved in other readings. Nor does Harnoncourt overstep the stylistic boundaries of this classical-era work; rather, the intensity is heightened for being in the idiom of its time.

(Arte) Mission Mozart : Lang Lang & Nikolaus Harnoncourt (2016)  Video

Posted by Morocco at March 6, 2016
(Arte) Mission Mozart :  Lang Lang & Nikolaus Harnoncourt (2016)

(Arte) Mission Mozart : Lang Lang & Nikolaus Harnoncourt (2016)
Webrip | French | 52min | 1280 x 720 | 25.000 fps | MKV | AVC [email protected] @ 2505 Kbps | AAC @ 125 Kbps | 989 MB
Genre : Documentaire

Deux représentants de la musique classique que tout semble opposer ont décidé de réaliser ensemble un album autour de Mozart : d'un côté, la rock star chinoise du piano Lang Lang, jeune trentenaire qui compte des dizaines de milliers de fans sur les réseaux sociaux ; de l'autre, le chef d'orchestre et violoncelliste Nikolaus Harnoncourt, 84 ans, pionnier du retour aux sources historiques, qui privilégie la discrétion…

Barber, Dvorak, Glass - The Duke Quartet (2000)  

Posted by peotuvave at May 31, 2014
Barber, Dvorak, Glass - The Duke Quartet (2000)

Barber, Dvorak, Glass - The Duke Quartet (2000)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 1 CD | Covers | 293 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Collins Classics | Catalog Number: 1386

It was an imaginative idea to flank Dvorak's Czech-flavoured, turn-of-the-century view of the American outdoors with a pair of twentieth-century American quartets—the one, a passionate essay in musical dialogue, the other, a fairly radical study in proto-minimalism. There's an additional 'theme' in that Dvorak nourished his F major Quartet with 'American Indian-style' tunes and Glass flavoured his Quartet No. 1 with suggestions of Asian Indian music (for example, pizzicato cello glissandos)…I enjoyed it a great deal and felt that the Duke Quartet enjoyed it too. The Barber Quartet has the now highly popular Adagio at its core, yet its restless, rather Ivesian outer movements are hardly less attractive. Listening to it after the Dvorak highlights an honesty, sincerity and melodic sense common to both works, although Dvorak's easy tunefulness and breezy structure bespeak extra experience and a far more distinctive style. The Duke Quartet's performances are pert and lively…the Glass isn't otherwise available (at least not in this country) and its present programming context makes for a most engaging hour's listening.
Dvorak: Piano Concerto; The Golden Spinning Wheel / Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Nikolaus Harnoncourt (2004)

Dvorak: Piano Concerto; The Golden Spinning Wheel / Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Nikolaus Harnoncourt (2004)
EAC rip | APE, log, cue, no covers | RAR Rec. 3% | 264 MB | hotfile, filesonic
Classical | Label: Teldec | Time: 50:39

This performance of the piano concerto is cherishable. It was not a work I knew when I bought this record but I fell in love with it quickly. It is by no means a second rank work - it belongs next to the wonderful Schumann piano concerto. At least that must be the conclusion of anyone listening to this magical performance.
Antonìn Dvořák - Slavonic dances - N. Harnoncourt, Chamber Orchestra of Europe

Antonìn Dvořák - Slavonic dances - N. Harnoncourt, Chamber Orchestra of Europe
Romantic | APE + Cue | no log | 1 CD, covers, booklet | 317 MB RS
Teldec Classic 8573-81038-2 WE810 | 2002

Harnoncourt has already shown himself to be quite the Dvorak interpreter in other recordings, but this one may trump them all. With the Chamber Orchestra of Europe in blazing form, these performances show why these pieces are often used as encores.
Antonìn Dvořák - Symphony no.9 Op.95 "From the New World" - N. Harnoncourt

Antonìn Dvořák - Symphony no.9 Op.95 "From the New World" - N. Harnoncourt, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Classical | FLAC + Cue | 1 CD, covers | 264 MB RS
Teldec 2000

This is Nikolaus Harnoncourt's best Dvorak so far, and one of the great recordings of the "New World" Symphony. Comparing it to the recent Abbado/Berlin recording on Deutsche Grammophon is instructive. Where Abbado is leaden, boring, and totally lacking in imagination and vitality, Harnoncourt offers bright colors, sprung rhythms, and an orchestra that plays with total commitment, on the edge of its collective seat. Listen to the thrust Harnoncourt gives the opening of the finale, to the gorgeous woodwind playing in a largo that is really slow yet never motionless or slack, or to the toe-tapping lilt he injects into the Scherzo's dance rhythms! Harnoncourt's care for detail uncovers fresh sounds everywhere, from the incredibly clear string figurations in large stretches of the first movement, to the single swish of cymbals in the finale and the gorgeous fade-away of the final chord.
The performance of The Water Goblin is no less gripping. Again, Harnoncourt takes great care with the percussion parts–the best in this department since Kubelik–clearly relishing the music's narrative aspects. When the Water Goblin thumps (via the bass drum) on the door of his (unwilling) wife's house, demanding her return, you can feel the room shake. He infuses the lyrical themes representing the girl and her mother with great passion and nostalgia, while the Goblin's tunes radiate malice and spite thanks to some magnificent wind playing. Harnoncourt and the orchestra sound as though they're having the time of their lives, like great narrators relishing a good ghost story over a campfire at night. Glorious sonics too, deep and rich. If you love Dvorák, you've just got to hear this.
David Hurwitz, ClassicsToday.com

Rafaella Consentino by Lukas Dvorak for PSM Magazine  Girls

Posted by nrg at Nov. 29, 2016
Rafaella Consentino by Lukas Dvorak for PSM Magazine

Rafaella Consentino - Lukáš Dvořák Photoshoot 2016
6 jpg | 1000*1333 | 4.8 MB
London based model
Itzhak Perlman, LPO, Daniel Barenboim - Dvorak: Violin Concerto; Romance (2015) [TR24][OF]

Itzhak Perlman, LPO, Daniel Barenboim - Dvorak: Violin Concerto; Romance
Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | 45:10 min | 844 MB | Digital booklet
Label: Warner Classics | Tracks: 04 | Rls.date: 2016

Antonín Dvorák had about as much luck with the dedicatee of his violin concerto, the great Joseph Joachim, as Tchaikovsky had with his, the no less illustrious Leopold Auer. Although Joachim agreed to do a critical analysis of the first draft — resulting in a radical reworking of the piece – he did not give the premiere of the finished article, that privilege instead falling to the young Czech violinist František Ondrícek (1857–1922), in Prague on 14 October 1883.
Monika Rohanova photographed by Lukas Dvorak for YUME Magazine #11

Monika Rohanová - Lukáš Dvořák Photoshoot 2016
7 jpg | 1140*1520 | 3.88 MB
Czech model