RCA Victor Red Seal/Red Label Records - César Franck - Symphony in D Minor
The San Francisco symphony orchestra under the direction of pierre Monteux.
Frank's symphony represents the culmination of a philosophy of musical structure with which this composer is especially identified. This principal has been labeled cyclic form, a term which implies the attainment of an inner organic unity between the several movements of a piece of music on a large scale through the quotation and latter movement of material that had previously appeared in earlier, or through – and this is a much subtler and esthetically quite different process –the derivation of some or all of the thematic ideas of a given work from one or two germinal motifs. This principal was not original with Cesar Franck. It is to be found in many significant works of Beethoven, Shuman, Tschaikowsky and Brams, and it is certainly not unrelated to the Lisztian concept of "transformation of themes". But where these other composers employ the cyclic principal occasionally, as one of many types of formal organization, Frank makes use of it constantly and bases his entire contribution to symphonic and chamber music upon it.
RCA Victor Red Seal/Red Label Records César Franck - Symphony in D Minor The San Francisco symphony orchestra under the direction of pierre Monteux . The complete Album Set of 5 records on the RCA Victor Red Seal Record label. It is Set DM-840 by Pierre Monteux and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra performing Cesar Franck: "Symphony In D Minor". The records proceed from First Movement through Third Movement, Conclusion on the 10 sides.
Good antique condition typical for it's age. These records have been in the same family, passed down from previous generations.
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