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TTC Video - The 30 Greatest Orchestral Works [2012]
Year : 2012 | Manufacturer : TTC Video | Author : Robert Greenberg. | Duration : 24.5 hours | Type of distribution : Video lesson | Language : English | Quality : DVDRip | Video format : M4V | Video : AVC, 640x480, 16: 9, 30,000 fps, ~ 1359 Kbps | Audio : AAC, 48.0 KHz, ~ 96.0 Kbps, 2 channels | 16.96 GB

From the majesty of the Baroque and the Classical era, masterpieces to the daring visions of modernism, orchestral music is undoubtedly one of the supreme traditions of Western culture. And, over the centuries, this amazing medium has got a special category of works that stands apart from the rest as transcendent expressions of the human spirit.
These "greatest of the great" orchestral pieces share several compelling features:
They have the uncanny ability to express humanity's dreams, struggles, tragedies, and triumphs in the most stunning and unforgettable terms.
They are ingeniously challenged, at the time of their creation, the traditional forms and conceptions of the orchestral composition, the flow of the creative resources to the composers and the expressive content of the music itself.

They remain the hallmarks of the orchestral repertoire and continue to transfix audiences, not infrequently in the face of carping by critics and musicologists.

In The 30 Greatest Orchestral Works, The Great Courses favorite Professor Robert Greenberg of San Francisco Performances takes you on a sumptuous grand tour of the symphonic pieces, as well as the most great ever written-inviting You to an in-depth contemplation of what makes these works so memorable, and why they live at the center of our musical culture. These 30 masterworks form an essential foundation for any music collection and a focal point for understanding the orchestral medium and deepening your insight into the communicative power of music. While seasoned music lovers will find the lectures a fascinating and revealing journey through the repertoire, the course welcomes newcomers to orchestral music, offering a very accessible point of entry to this magnificent repertoire.

1. Game Plan and Preliminaries
2. Vivaldi?The Four Seasons
3. Bach?Brandenburg Concerto No. 2
4. Bach?Violin Concerto in E Major
5. Haydn?Symphony No. 104
6. Mozart?Piano Concerto No. 24 in C Minor
7. Mozart?Symphony in C Major, ?Jupiter?
8. Beethoven?Symphony No. 3
9. Beethoven?Piano Concerto No. 4
10. Beethoven?Symphony No. 9
11. Schubert?Symphony No. 9
12. Mendelssohn??Italian? Symphony
13. Schumann?Symphony No. 3
14. Brahms?Symphony No. 4
15. Brahms?Violin Concerto
16. Tchaikovsky?Symphony No. 4
17. Tchaikovsky?Violin Concerto
18. Bedrich Smetana?Ma Vlast
19. Dvorak?Symphony No. 8
20. Dvorak?Concerto for ?Cello
21. Rimsky-Korsakov?Scheherazade.
22. Richard Strauss?Thus Spoke Zarathustra
23. Mahler?Symphony No. 5
24. Rachmaninoff?Symphony No. 2
25. Debussy?La Mer
26. Stravinsky?The Rite of Spring
27. Ives?Three Places in New England
28. Holst?The Planets
29. Copland?Appalachian Spring
30. Shostakovich?Symphony No. 5
31. Shostakovich?Symphony No. 10
32. The Ones That Got Away

TTC Video - The 30 Greatest Orchestral Works [2012]

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