Leonard Bernstein at Harvard

Leonard Bernstein at Harvard

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Release Date: 08/17/2018
Label: Sony Masterworks
UPC: 0190758504728
catalogNumber: 19075850472
Rank: 72369

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Leonard Bernstein at Harvard, the Norton Lectures

    1. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: First of all...  (02:00)
    2. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: But let's be careful...  (01:43)
    3. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Every once in a while...  (01:43)
    4. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Let's take one such utterance...  (02:00)
    5. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: The other day...  (02:37)
    6. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: The metaphor arises...  (02:47)
    7. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: When I first wrote down the title...  (01:41)
    8. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: Every diminished seventh chord...  (01:23)
    9. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: Our lecture tonight...  (00:18)
    10. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: Now let's jump ahead..  (02:22)
    11. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: I Know what you are thinking...  (01:52)
    12. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Why have I digressed  (01:45)
    13. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Prologue: Your are about to hear a Latin version of Oedipus the King  (00:58)
    14. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Perhaps the principal thing...  (01:39)
    15. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: And there is always that blue note...  (01:36)
    16. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Last week...  (02:24)
    17. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Now imagine...  (01:29)
    18. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: The first would show us one meaning...  (01:12)
    19. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: But in the ensuing four bars...  (02:10)
    20. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Part of the danger...  (02:02)
    21. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: Now the remarkable thing is..  (02:54)
    22. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: Let's put it another way...  (02:09)
    23. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: What about this...  (01:27)
    24. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Now can you understand...  (01:37)
    25. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Let me start...  (00:52)
    26. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: But even these twelve tones...  (01:50)
    27. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Amen, says Noam Chomsky...  (02:09)
    28. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Now let's see...  (02:32)
    29. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Think of this famous passage...  (02:22)
    30. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: But that's not the main event...  (02:04)
    31. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: The idea of ambiguity...  (01:32)
    32. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: And this is what gives Tristan...  (02:53)
    33. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: What a way to enter the twentieth century...  (01:38)
    34. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: First of all, Berg chose a tone row...  (01:54)
    35. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: I am plaguing you with this question...  (01:45)
    36. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Untermeyer called this...  (01:41)
    37. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: This is not just a sentimental anecdote...  (01:52)
    38. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: I trust you realize...  (02:16)
    39. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: I suppose what Chomsky is really after...  (02:49)
    40. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Mozart's G minor Symphony...  (01:21)
    41. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: A linguist would say...  (01:52)
    42. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Well, that's the beginning...  (01:58)
    43. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Similarly, in our second lecture..  (02:05)
    44. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: But 1908, if the truth be told...  (01:27)
    45. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: So, all in all...  (00:52)
    46. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Of course what he is really talking about...  (02:05)
    47. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Of course, with The Waste Land...  (01:16)
    48. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: This is Creon, brother-in-law of Oedipus  (00:26)
    49. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: From this time...  (02:29)
    50. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: And again comes a great leap...  (02:31)
    51. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: So, let's pull up our socks...  (01:36)
    52. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Now our job is...  (02:26)
    53. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Well, I replied, Chomsky would say...  (02:05)
    54. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: That's one of the questions  (01:59)
    55. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Then what's the magic secret...  (02:52)
    56. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: That may be the slowest performance...  (02:25)
    57. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: These troubling presentiments...  (02:18)
    58. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But it was precisely...  (01:57)
    59. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But the thing of it all is...  (01:31)
    60. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: But how do we investigate...  (02:51)
    61. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Now this means...  (01:38)
    62. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: All right, let's try another one...  (02:08)
    63. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: That introductory accompaniment...  (01:26)
    64. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Of course, that last metaphorical leap...  (01:50)
    65. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: This interference of the two frequencies...  (02:04)
    66. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Enough of ambiguity...  (01:51)
    67. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: But ultimately...  (01:37)
    68. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: So, now in 1908...  (02:10)
    69. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: Fantastic...  (02:49)
    70. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Now I have just used two words...  (01:54)
    71. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: We are going to hear...  (01:35)
    72. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Oedipus questions th Fountain of Truth  (02:44)
    73. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Now you can see...  (01:28)
    74. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: This is not to say that there were no drastic changes...  (02:28)
    75. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Why am I taking your time...  (02:11)
    76. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: What does this three-note design mean...  (01:55)
    77. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Terrific, said my blonde inquisitor...  (01:44)
    78. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: But what are we to say...  (01:40)
    79. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: The irony of all this...  (02:07)
    80. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: Poetry has begun to show...  (01:41)
    81. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: This is atonality...  (02:30)
    82. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: It comes at a point...  (02:47)
    83. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: In fact, it was Satie, Picasso, and Cocteau...  (02:20)
    84. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: One has only learnt to get...  (02:45)
    85. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Universality is a big word...  (02:31)
    86. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: But meanwhile we still in the Golden Age...  (02:55)
    87. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Well then...  (01:47)
    88. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: The reason I pick symmetry...  (02:12)
    89. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: In fact, when you think of the number...  (02:16)
    90. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: It is to be found...  (01:38)
    91. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: But, mind you...  (01:53)
    92. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: And when Debussy...  (01:36)
    93. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: A charming idea...  (00:27)
    94. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But our scene...  (01:53)
    95. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Now I propose only because...  (02:22)
    96. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Other linguists...  (02:46)
    97. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: So, we' re in the midst of a chromatic adventure...  (01:27)
    98. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: I think it follows...  (01:52)
    99. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Now from here on...  (02:04)
    100. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: All right, first let's look briefly...  (02:41)
    101. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Now that's one way of looking...  (02:02)
    102. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Where music was concerned...  (01:28)
    103. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: It's lovely, this dreaming...  (02:35)
    104. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: If this particularly demanding lecture...  (01:20)
    105. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Even in the most...  (02:02)
    106. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: This union is possible only because...  (02:57)
    107. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: The dispute of the princes attracts the attention of Jocasta  (02:10)
    108. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: I began by imagining myself  (02:12)
    109. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: And all by those progressions...  (01:34)
    110. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: But first, what are these principles...  (01:49)
    111. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: And once again, we are back...  (01:10)
    112. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Playing, that's the word...  (01:47)
    113. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: At this point...  (01:36)
    114. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Only think of...  (01:57)
    115. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: For example, do you remember...  (01:44)
    116. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: Is that luminous final triad...  (02:16)
    117. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: If you really have been thinking...  (02:13)
    118. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: For our purposes...  (02:10)
    119. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But what has all this to do with Stravinsky...  (02:21)
    120. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Well, then I thought...  (02:06)
    121. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Now, I must point out...  (01:56)
    122. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Transformational grammer...  (01:35)
    123. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: By far the chief transformational principle...  (01:42)
    124. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: But does this Stravinskian game concept...  (02:31)
    125. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Even if you can succeed...  (02:41)
    126. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: And Chopin: well, we can't ignore Chopin...  (02:52)
    127. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: In fact, the ending of this piece...  (01:17)
    128. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: I have recently been reading...  (01:59)
    129. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: But while restudying this work..  (02:20)
    130. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Musicologists are always pointing...  (01:56)
    131. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: And this is the essence...  (02:13)
    132. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Let's make a simple analogy...  (02:03)
    133. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Do you realize...  (01:32)
    134. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: But now just think of that sentence...  (01:01)
    135. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: You see, one of the great failings...  (01:57)
    136. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: There are three specific ways...  (02:02)
    137. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: And then, in the same little mazurka...  (01:55)
    138. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: Let me show you briefly...  (02:07)
    139. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: We have already referred to some of those...  (03:01)
    140. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: The twentieth century...  (01:38)
    141. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But bitonality does not only serve...  (02:20)
    142. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Look: here is a joke...  (02:01)
    143. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Maybe even a divine one...  (01:32)
    144. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Since this is not a linguistics class...  (01:49)
    145. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Most people hearing Mozart's opening...  (01:45)
    146. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Now, having defined my usages of metaphor...  (01:58)
    147. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Foolish questions...  (01:33)
    148. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: This new episode that proceeds...  (01:23)
    149. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: In any case...  (01:57)
    150. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: What do you do if you know all this...  (02:34)
    151. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Of course, polytonality can and does...  (02:09)
    152. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Chiling, shattering, neoclassic...  (01:45)
    153. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: The witness to the murder comes out of the shadow  (00:44)
    154. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: But where do these notes come from?  (02:22)
    155. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Take the passive transformation...  (01:50)
    156. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: So what, you ask...  (01:58)
    157. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: And here we are in trouble...  (01:05)
    158. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Let me try to read you  (01:55)
    159. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: For instance, hardly have we had time  (02:29)
    160. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: But for all these reasons...  (02:46)
    161. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: It's very strange, how the pieces...  (02:11)
    162. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Now what's going on...  (02:20)
    163. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Stravinsky's own aesthetic pronouncements...  (02:03)
    164. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: This acoustical phenomenon...  (02:08)
    165. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Well, it hasn' t brought us there...  (01:51)
    166. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: And if you are still not convinced...  (02:32)
    167. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Are we feeling what Beethoven supposedly felt...  (01:44)
    168. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Listen to this...  (01:45)
    169. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: Because the scale...  (01:53)
    170. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: Son of Tristan...  (02:30)
    171. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: What exactly was this news...  (01:59)
    172. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: And while you are in that record shop...  (02:15)
    173. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But of course he was forced...  (01:31)
    174. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: All these upper notes...  (01:52)
    175. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Good - now just as three notes are linked together...  (01:43)
    176. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: These ambiguities...  (01:20)
    177. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: We will never know...  (02:22)
    178. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: They began to intermingle...  (01:29)
    179. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: It's almost exactly what happens...  (01:51)
    180. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: Now you look at those first two bars...  (02:19)
    181. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: We emerge from a cinema...  (01:55)
    182. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Of course, these asymmetries...  (01:53)
    183. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: And now we are finally ready...  (02:36)
    184. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: And now you are going to hear that famous monolog...  (01:38)
    185. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: The first overtone...  (02:33)
    186. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Now let's go back...  (01:48)
    187. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: For instance, in this same first movement...  (01:59)
    188. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Now, if we accept this general idea...  (01:40)
    189. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: The pivotal point...  (01:39)
    190. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: Literally translated...  (01:35)
    191. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: Of course, there are lots...  (01:56)
    192. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: As you listen to this finale...  (02:34)
    193. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Brutal it may be...  (01:31)
    194. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: And then Mozart appears...  (02:35)
    195. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: But more of that later...  (01:56)
    196. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Now we are ready...  (02:27)
    197. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: So all these syntactic transformations of the same material...  (01:14)
    198. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: In our last lecture...  (01:46)
    199. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: So there is a dramatic change...  (01:50)
    200. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: But notice, too, that the example...  (01:34)
    201. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: It's as though a new covenant...  (01:39)
    202. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 2: This is Mahler...  (02:41)
    203. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Now, remember...  (01:59)
    204. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But this eclecticism knows no bounds...  (01:45)
    205. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: But let's not make the mistake...  (02:20)
    206. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Now I want take you...  (02:05)
    207. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: He talks about this sonnet...  (01:54)
    208. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: We all recognize antithesis..  (01:46)
    209. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: So it is after all not so surprising..  (02:30)
    210. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: Both works have definitive beginnings...  (01:31)
    211. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: Trouble is, that the new musical rules...  (02:22)
    212. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: These are two sets...  (01:59)
    213. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Now all this I had planned to tell you...  (01:33)
    214. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Va-le-di-co...  (02:06)
    215. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: And that's how the tempered clavichord...  (02:12)
    216. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Well, transformation, deletion, embedding, pronominalization...  (01:48)
    217. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Because now it's time...  (01:35)
    218. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: It can and it does...  (01:24)
    219. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Now if you noticed...  (01:40)
    220. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: Listen as I play...  (01:50)
    221. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: The kind of tonal feeling  (02:53)
    222. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Just cast an eye...  (02:44)
    223. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: You think that's funny...  (02:42)
    224. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: During that decade...  (01:46)
    225. Vol. 1, Musical Phonology: Now this is a substantive universal...  (02:01)
    226. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: I am sure I don't have to trouble....  (02:16)
    227. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: But now let' s listen to...  (02:08)
    228. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: And again, as in the poem...  (02:13)
    229. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: You see, the music is trying hard...  (01:44)
    230. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: Of course, there are those who say...  (01:39)
    231. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Now that page of music...  (02:58)
    232. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: How about that...  (02:55)
    233. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: It was at this point that I wrote...  (01:43)
    234. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Here I go...  (01:30)
    235. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Listen to the whole exposition...  (02:02)
    236. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: In fact, it has been authoritatively suggesred...  (02:46)
    237. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: So that instant in musical time...  (01:33)
    238. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 2: Some crazy modern music...  (01:03)
    239. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: It seems somehow inevitable...  (02:17)
    240. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But the most striking semantic effect..  (01:39)
    241. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Then came the answer...  (02:40)
    242. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: What interests me about it...  (02:15)
    243. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: I have asked myself...  (01:54)
    244. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: Development coming up...  (02:07)
    245. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: We can expand the idea...  (02:51)
    246. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Now Romeo is all stirred up...  (03:00)
    247. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: Is there possibly the beginning...  (02:46)
    248. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: This new aesthetic relaxation...  (02:10)
    249. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But why this particular misalliance...  (01:22)
    250. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Is it possible...  (01:51)
    251. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: I became so fascinated...  (01:43)
    252. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: The circle of fifths again...  (02:02)
    253. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: What do you suppose...  (02:50)
    254. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: And what about Beethoven's Ninth...  (02:43)
    255. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Even some Germans...  (02:05)
    256. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: My words are poor...  (01:57)
    257. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: It's as tough in the period...  (02:52)
    258. Vol. 2, Musical Syntax: And that was all one single sentence...  (01:17)
    259. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: What's seriously striking...  (02:15)
    260. The Twentieth Century Crisis, Part 1: These are some of the problems...  (02:39)
    261. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: You can see how the transformation...  (01:55)
    262. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: And I believe...  (02:40)
    263. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: So why the Pastorale in this lecture...  (02:41)
    264. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Chomsky himself gives a classic example...  (02:08)
    265. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Lets begin at the beginning...  (01:40)
    266. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: Very important, the ironic element...  (02:38)
    267. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: But what of the more obvious melodic material...  (01:47)
    268. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: What a piece...  (02:30)
    269. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: So, it would seem...  (02:17)
    270. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: But to develop how...  (02:37)
    271. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Quite unconsciously borrowed...  (01:49)
    272. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: But this neoclassic approach...  (01:10)
    273. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: Now we have an insight...  (02:12)
    274. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: My purpose in all this...  (02:25)
    275. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: I think this is again a moment...  (02:06)
    276. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: But wait...  (01:53)
    277. The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity, Part 1: Is it, says Wagner...  (02:15)
    278. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: It's the essence...  (02:34)
    279. Vol. 3, Musical Semantics: But why were just those two notes added...  (02:05)
    280. Vol. 6: The Poetry of Earth: If this poem were rewritten...  (01:19)

Disc 2

  1. Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550

    1. Molto allegro  (08:19)
    2. Andante  (08:30)
    3. Menuetto. Allegretto - Trio  (04:37)
    4. Allegro assai  (06:09)

Disc 6

  1. Symphony No. 6 in F major ("Pastoral"), Op. 68

    1. Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande Allegro ma non troppo  (11:07)
    2. Szene am Bach. Andante molto moto  (13:41)
    3. Lustiges Zusammensein der Landleute Allegro  (05:27)
    4. Gewitter, Sturm. Allegro  (03:42)
    5. Hirtengesang. Frohe und dankbare Gefühle nach dem Sturm. Allegretto  (10:15)

Disc 7

  1. Roméo et Juliette, for alto, tenor, bass, chorus & orchestra ("symphonie dramatique"), H.79 (Op. 17): I. Roméo seul: Tristesse - Bruits de concerts et d

    1. I. Roméo seul: Tristesse - Bruits de concerts et de Bal - Grand fête chez Capulet. Andante malincon  (04:29)
  2. Roméo et Juliette, for alto, tenor, bass, chorus & orchestra ("symphonie dramatique"), H.79 (Op. 17): I. Allegro - Larghetto espressivo -

    1. I. Allegro - Larghetto espressivo -  (01:57)
  3. Roméo et Juliette, for alto, tenor, bass, chorus & orchestra ("symphonie dramatique"), H.79 (Op. 17): I. Allegro -

    1. I. Allegro -  (02:21)
  4. Roméo et Juliette, for alto, tenor, bass, chorus & orchestra ("symphonie dramatique"), H.79 (Op. 17): Réunion des duex thèmes, du Larghetto et de l'Alle

    1. Réunion des duex thèmes, du Larghetto et de l'Allegro  (03:45)

Disc 8

  1. Tristan und Isolde, opera, WWV 90: Prelude and Liebestod

    1. Prelude and Liebestod  (19:04)
  2. Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun), for orchestra, L. 87 (86)  (10:24)

Disc 9

  1. Rhapsodie espagnole, for orchestra (or 2 pianos), M. 54: IV. Feria

    1. IV. Feria  (06:33)
  2. The Unanswered Question (I & II), for trumpet, winds & string orchestra, S. 50 (K. 1C25)  (05:23)

Disc 10

  1. Violin Concerto: (excerpt)

    1. (excerpt)  (02:23)
  2. Violin Concerto: II. Allegro, ma sempre rubato (excerpt)

    1. II. Allegro, ma sempre rubato (excerpt)  (02:53)
  3. Symphony No. 9 in D major: IV. Adagio. Sehr langsam und noch zurückhaltend

    1. IV. Adagio. Sehr langsam und noch zurückhaltend  (23:00)

Disc 13

  1. Oedipus Rex, opera-oratorio in 2 acts

    1. Act I: Caedit nos pestis  (04:05)
    2. Act I: Liberi, vos liberabo  (03:29)
    3. Act I: Respondit deus  (06:38)
    4. Act I: Dicere non possum  (05:22)
    5. Act I: Gloria  (01:11)
    6. Act II: Nonn' erubescite, reges  (04:25)
    7. Act II: Ne probentur oracula  (03:20)
    8. Act II: Ego senem cecici  (02:07)
    9. Act II: Adest omniscius pastor  (04:32)
    10. Act II: Nonne monstrum rescituri  (03:24)
    11. Act II: Divum Jocastae caput mortuum!  (03:09)
    12. Act II: Ecce! Regem Oedipoda  (02:46)

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