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Erscheinungsdatum: 09.11.2017, Produktionsjahr: 1940, Medium: Blu-ray Disc, Titel: Fantasia, Titelzusatz: Disney Classics, Übersetzungstitel: Fantasia, Zusammengestellt: Carnochan, John, Autor: Blair, Lee // Plummer, Elmer // Dike, Phil // Moberly-Holland, Sylvia // Wright, Norman // Heath, Albert // Majolie, Bianca // Grant, Joe // Huemer, Dick, Komponist: Stokowski, Leopold // Bach, Johann Sebastian // Tschaikowsky, Peter Iljitsch // Dukas, Paul // Strawinsky, Igor // Beethoven, Ludwig van // Ponchielli, Amilchare // Mussorgski, Modest // Schubert, Franz, Regisseur: Disney, Walt // Sharpsteen, Ben, Fotograph: Howe, James Wong // Morgan, Maxwell, Schauspieler: Stokowski, Leopold // Taylor, Deems // Novis, Julietta // Burton, Corey // Disney, Walt // Macdonald, James // Smith, Paul J., Verlag: Walt Disney, Sprache: Arabisch // Englisch // Deutsch // Neugriechisch (nach 1453) // Türkisch // Isländisch // Griechisch (bis 1453), Untertitel: Deutsch // Englisch // Italienisch // Türkisch, Schlagworte: Video // Film // Fantasy // Zeichentrickfilm, Rubrik: Belletristik // Romane, Erzählungen, FSK/USK: 6, Laufzeit: 124 Minuten, Informationen: TV-Norm: HDTV 1080p. Sprachversion: Deutsch DTS 5.1, Englisch DTS-HD 7.1, Türkisch DD 5.1, Arabisch DD 5.1, Griechisch DD 5.1, Gewicht: 87 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Mignon und Margarete in Malerei und Musik
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Johann Wolfgang Goethes 'Wilhelm Meister' und 'Faust' sind nicht erst seit dem 20. Jahrhundert Klassiker der deutschsprachigen Literaturgeschichte. Für viele Künstler und Komponisten des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts wurden die beiden weiblichen Figuren Mignon und Margarete Musen ihres eigenen Schaffens: Unzählige Zeichnungen, Gemälde und ein kaum mehr überschaubares Korpus von Liedvertonungen haben das ‚Bild‘ Mignons und Margaretes nachhaltig geprägt – und zuweilen bis heute auf stereotype Rollenbilder reduziert. Anhand ausgewählter Bildwerke von Wilhelm von Schadow, Ferdinand Fellner und Ary Scheffer sowie Kompositionen von Carl Friedrich Zelter, Franz Schubert und Robert Schumann werden wirkungsästhetische Strukturen minutiös offengelegt. Untersucht werden das ästhetische Potential innerhalb des jeweils eigenen Mediums sowie das Vermögen von Bild und Musik, wieder auf den Text und dessen Lektüre zurückzuwirken. Die Studie leistet einen wichtigen Beitrag, die eminente Bedeutung von Bild und Musik im Kontext der Rezeption um den literarischen Klassiker Goethe aus einem neuen Blickwinkel zu betrachten, der der wechselseitig sich durchdringenden Kunstproduktion um und nach 1800 gerechter wird, als es monodisziplinäre Sichtweisen vermögen.****************Goethe’s „Wilhelm Meister“ and „Faust“ have been classics of German literature since long before the 20th century. For many early 19th-century artists and composers the two female characters of Mignon and Margarete were muses for their own works: innumerable drawings and paintings, and an almost unmanageable corpus of song settings have had an enduring influence on the ‘image’ of Mignon and Margarete – and at times have reduced them to stereotypes. Based on selected visual works by Wilhelm von Schadow, Ferdinand Fellner and Ary Scheffer, and compositions by Carl Friedrich Zelter, Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann, the structures of aesthetic effects are revealed in minute detail. The aesthetic potential within each medium is examined, together with the potential of image and music to retroactively affect the text and its reading. The study is an important contribution to the examination from a new perspective of the outstanding significance of image and music in the context of the reception of Goethe as a literary classic. This perspective does more justice than monodisciplinary approaches to the mutual interrelations within artistic production around and after 1800.

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Mignon und Margarete in Malerei und Musik
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Johann Wolfgang Goethes 'Wilhelm Meister' und 'Faust' sind nicht erst seit dem 20. Jahrhundert Klassiker der deutschsprachigen Literaturgeschichte. Für viele Künstler und Komponisten des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts wurden die beiden weiblichen Figuren Mignon und Margarete Musen ihres eigenen Schaffens: Unzählige Zeichnungen, Gemälde und ein kaum mehr überschaubares Korpus von Liedvertonungen haben das ‚Bild‘ Mignons und Margaretes nachhaltig geprägt – und zuweilen bis heute auf stereotype Rollenbilder reduziert. Anhand ausgewählter Bildwerke von Wilhelm von Schadow, Ferdinand Fellner und Ary Scheffer sowie Kompositionen von Carl Friedrich Zelter, Franz Schubert und Robert Schumann werden wirkungsästhetische Strukturen minutiös offengelegt. Untersucht werden das ästhetische Potential innerhalb des jeweils eigenen Mediums sowie das Vermögen von Bild und Musik, wieder auf den Text und dessen Lektüre zurückzuwirken. Die Studie leistet einen wichtigen Beitrag, die eminente Bedeutung von Bild und Musik im Kontext der Rezeption um den literarischen Klassiker Goethe aus einem neuen Blickwinkel zu betrachten, der der wechselseitig sich durchdringenden Kunstproduktion um und nach 1800 gerechter wird, als es monodisziplinäre Sichtweisen vermögen.****************Goethe’s „Wilhelm Meister“ and „Faust“ have been classics of German literature since long before the 20th century. For many early 19th-century artists and composers the two female characters of Mignon and Margarete were muses for their own works: innumerable drawings and paintings, and an almost unmanageable corpus of song settings have had an enduring influence on the ‘image’ of Mignon and Margarete – and at times have reduced them to stereotypes. Based on selected visual works by Wilhelm von Schadow, Ferdinand Fellner and Ary Scheffer, and compositions by Carl Friedrich Zelter, Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann, the structures of aesthetic effects are revealed in minute detail. The aesthetic potential within each medium is examined, together with the potential of image and music to retroactively affect the text and its reading. The study is an important contribution to the examination from a new perspective of the outstanding significance of image and music in the context of the reception of Goethe as a literary classic. This perspective does more justice than monodisciplinary approaches to the mutual interrelations within artistic production around and after 1800.

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Violinkonzerte 1 & 2
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Among the most revered virtuosos of all time, Nicolo Paganini was a true musical legend of his era, inspiring musicians such as Roberto Schumann to forge his own career as a pianist. Franz Schubert was also a regular audience member at Paganini's concerts, despite the outlandish ticket prices. Paganini often remarked that, despite his legendary status as a violinist, he found it rather difficult to compose for the instrument. This disc brings together the Italian maestro's two violin concertos: No.1, his first large work, was written around 1817 but published posthumously in 1851, and the second dates from 1826. Audiences were wowed at the premiere of No.1, thanks to its many extended passages of double-stopping and harmonics. Concerto No.2 in B minor is nicknamed 'La campanella', famous for its third-movement Rondo that employs a small bell at each reinstatement of the theme. Kristof Baráti is the soloist, performing the works on his much-loved 'Lady Harmsworth' Stradivarius violin. The release is a welcome addition to his ever-growing Brilliant Classics discography, of which Beethoven's Complete Violin Sonatas (94310) garnered such reviews as 'today's reference recording' (Frankfurte Allgemeine). Here he is joined by esteemed conductor Eiji Oue and the NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover. Other information: - Recorded 22-25 September 2008, Großer Sendesaal des NDR Landesfunkhauses, Hanover. - Hungarian Kristof Baráti is recognised as one of the most outstanding violinists of his generation. His dazzling technique (often compared with the young Heifetz), his sincere, intensely musical interpretations and strong personality have brought him to today's top. His recordings are widely acclaimed; garnering 5 star reviews in the international press (his Beethoven Violin Sonatas with pianist Klára Würtz are considered 'today's reference recordings' by a leading German newspaper). - This release presents two virtuoso showcases, the violin concertos nos. 1 & 2 by Paganini, the wizard of the violin, suspected of having sold his soul to the devil in order to receive a transcendent technique. Baráti's crystal clear playing makes these concertos a sheer delight, brilliant and exhilarating. - Contains notes on the work and performer biographies.

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Edition
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Franz Schubert may have only lived 32 years, but there is no question that he packed a phenomenal amount into his lifetime, with around 600 of his total of nearly 1000 works composed before he was 21. It is astounding to think, given his reputation today as one of Western art's greatest figures, that only a very small proportion of his music was either performed or published in his day. Born in 1797, he was very much aware of the 'shadow' of Beethoven, another of the 'First Viennese School' (with which Schubert is often equated) and a composer who immeasurably expanded the expressive range of three major genres: the symphony, piano sonata and string quartet. And yet his doubts regarding how he was to follow this German composer's example proved unjustified; combining his phenomenal melodic gift with a powerful dramatic sense and command of large-scale structure, Schubert equally enhanced these three areas, bestowing on each a large body of compositions that are among today's most performed pieces of classical music. The symphony, piano sonata and string quartet, therefore, are all included in this special collection, which details the majority of the composer's output through separating it into key sections. Joining the string quartets - of which the late D804, D810 are D887 are undoubtedly the most inspired - are a range of other chamber music treasures, including the famous String Quintet and 'Trout' Piano Quintet, the endearing large-scale Octet for wind and strings, and various duo works such as the Arpeggione Sonata. Though the sonatas dominate his piano literature, Schubert also excelled at composing shorter works for this instrument, such as the Impromptus, and a wonderful array of music for four hands is also included. Contributions to the realm of sacred choral music include six masses, the unfinished Lazarus (which Alfred Einstein believed far surpassed Wagner's Tannhäuser and Lohengrin as a step along the road to music drama) and the imposing Deutsche Messe, while the inclusion of the opera Alfonso und Estrella and the incidental music to Rosamunde on the set represents the handful of works Schubert wrote for the stage. Last, but by no means least, are Schubert's secular vocal works. Containing some of his most poignant and penetrative writing, and drawing on a vast range of authors - including Goethe, Schiller, Shakespeare and many of his close friends - these include part-songs, then a popular genre among amateur choruses, and a huge corpus of lieder, among which are such gems as Gretchen am Spinnrade and Der Tod und das Mädchen as well as the great song cycles Die schöne Müllerin, Winterreise and Schwanengesang. That Schubert excelled in almost every genre akin to the period in which he lived is in no doubt. Spanning the length of his career, and featuring a wealth of acclaimed artists and ensembles - among them some of the composer's greatest interpreters, such as Alfred Brendel and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau - this comprehensive box set, priced at a mere EUR60, is an exciting addition to Brilliant Classics' ever-expanding library of editions. Other information: - The most comprehensive Schubert Edition ever! - A celebration of the Viennese genius, from the grand structures of the jubilant 9th symphony ('of heavenly length') to the morbid skeleton melodies of Winterreise, from the genial bonhomie of the Trout Quintet to the utter despair of Der Doppelgänger, from the virtuoso brilliance of the Wanderer Fantasy to the rustic simplicity of the Ländler. - Schubert's music touches the heart directly, his deceptively simple melodies bring tears to the eyes, his wandering between the dark and the light symbolizes the universal condition humaine. - Featuring numerous period-instrument and award-winning recordings. Booklet contains consummate notes on the composer and his oeuvre.

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Violinkonzerte 1 & 2
12,90 CHF *
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Among the most revered virtuosos of all time, Nicolo Paganini was a true musical legend of his era, inspiring musicians such as Roberto Schumann to forge his own career as a pianist. Franz Schubert was also a regular audience member at Paganini's concerts, despite the outlandish ticket prices. Paganini often remarked that, despite his legendary status as a violinist, he found it rather difficult to compose for the instrument. This disc brings together the Italian maestro's two violin concertos: No.1, his first large work, was written around 1817 but published posthumously in 1851, and the second dates from 1826. Audiences were wowed at the premiere of No.1, thanks to its many extended passages of double-stopping and harmonics. Concerto No.2 in B minor is nicknamed 'La campanella', famous for its third-movement Rondo that employs a small bell at each reinstatement of the theme. Kristof Baráti is the soloist, performing the works on his much-loved 'Lady Harmsworth' Stradivarius violin. The release is a welcome addition to his ever-growing Brilliant Classics discography, of which Beethoven's Complete Violin Sonatas (94310) garnered such reviews as 'today's reference recording' (Frankfurte Allgemeine). Here he is joined by esteemed conductor Eiji Oue and the NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover. Other information: - Recorded 22-25 September 2008, Grosser Sendesaal des NDR Landesfunkhauses, Hanover. - Hungarian Kristof Baráti is recognised as one of the most outstanding violinists of his generation. His dazzling technique (often compared with the young Heifetz), his sincere, intensely musical interpretations and strong personality have brought him to today's top. His recordings are widely acclaimed; garnering 5 star reviews in the international press (his Beethoven Violin Sonatas with pianist Klára Würtz are considered 'today's reference recordings' by a leading German newspaper). - This release presents two virtuoso showcases, the violin concertos nos. 1 & 2 by Paganini, the wizard of the violin, suspected of having sold his soul to the devil in order to receive a transcendent technique. Baráti's crystal clear playing makes these concertos a sheer delight, brilliant and exhilarating. - Contains notes on the work and performer biographies.

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Edition
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Franz Schubert may have only lived 32 years, but there is no question that he packed a phenomenal amount into his lifetime, with around 600 of his total of nearly 1000 works composed before he was 21. It is astounding to think, given his reputation today as one of Western art's greatest figures, that only a very small proportion of his music was either performed or published in his day. Born in 1797, he was very much aware of the 'shadow' of Beethoven, another of the 'First Viennese School' (with which Schubert is often equated) and a composer who immeasurably expanded the expressive range of three major genres: the symphony, piano sonata and string quartet. And yet his doubts regarding how he was to follow this German composer's example proved unjustified; combining his phenomenal melodic gift with a powerful dramatic sense and command of large-scale structure, Schubert equally enhanced these three areas, bestowing on each a large body of compositions that are among today's most performed pieces of classical music. The symphony, piano sonata and string quartet, therefore, are all included in this special collection, which details the majority of the composer's output through separating it into key sections. Joining the string quartets - of which the late D804, D810 are D887 are undoubtedly the most inspired - are a range of other chamber music treasures, including the famous String Quintet and 'Trout' Piano Quintet, the endearing large-scale Octet for wind and strings, and various duo works such as the Arpeggione Sonata. Though the sonatas dominate his piano literature, Schubert also excelled at composing shorter works for this instrument, such as the Impromptus, and a wonderful array of music for four hands is also included. Contributions to the realm of sacred choral music include six masses, the unfinished Lazarus (which Alfred Einstein believed far surpassed Wagner's Tannhäuser and Lohengrin as a step along the road to music drama) and the imposing Deutsche Messe, while the inclusion of the opera Alfonso und Estrella and the incidental music to Rosamunde on the set represents the handful of works Schubert wrote for the stage. Last, but by no means least, are Schubert's secular vocal works. Containing some of his most poignant and penetrative writing, and drawing on a vast range of authors - including Goethe, Schiller, Shakespeare and many of his close friends - these include part-songs, then a popular genre among amateur choruses, and a huge corpus of lieder, among which are such gems as Gretchen am Spinnrade and Der Tod und das Mädchen as well as the great song cycles Die schöne Müllerin, Winterreise and Schwanengesang. That Schubert excelled in almost every genre akin to the period in which he lived is in no doubt. Spanning the length of his career, and featuring a wealth of acclaimed artists and ensembles - among them some of the composer's greatest interpreters, such as Alfred Brendel and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau - this comprehensive box set, priced at a mere EUR60, is an exciting addition to Brilliant Classics' ever-expanding library of editions. Other information: - The most comprehensive Schubert Edition ever! - A celebration of the Viennese genius, from the grand structures of the jubilant 9th symphony ('of heavenly length') to the morbid skeleton melodies of Winterreise, from the genial bonhomie of the Trout Quintet to the utter despair of Der Doppelgänger, from the virtuoso brilliance of the Wanderer Fantasy to the rustic simplicity of the Ländler. - Schubert's music touches the heart directly, his deceptively simple melodies bring tears to the eyes, his wandering between the dark and the light symbolizes the universal condition humaine. - Featuring numerous period-instrument and award-winning recordings. Booklet contains consummate notes on the composer and his oeuvre.

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