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Richard Strauss: Aus Italien - Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma


R.Strauss: Aus Italien 1° mov. 1 di 2 Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma M° Francesco La Vecchia 


R.Strauss: Aus Italien 1°mov. 2 di 2 Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma M° Francesco La Vecchia 


R.Strauss: Aus Italien 2° mov. 1 di 2 Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma M° Francesco La Vecchia 

R.Strauss: Aus Italien 2° mov. 2 di 2 Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma M° Francesco La Vecchia

 R Strauss Aus Italien 3° mov. 1 di 2 Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma M° Francesco La Vecchia

R Strauss: Aus Italien 3° mov. 2 di 2 Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma M° Francesco La Vecchia

 R Strauss: Aus Italien 4° mov. (Final) Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma M° Francesco La Vecchia 




AdMaiora1975 | 4 de Abril de 2009
(4/2/2009) Concerto dell' Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma nella Berliner Philharmonie, in occasione dei vent'anni dalla caduta del muro di Berlino. Video da me realizzato con due telecamere diverse tra loro e purtroppo non di ottima qualità.

Aus Italien

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aus Italien, Op. 16 (From Italy) is a tone poem for full orchestra composed by Richard Strauss in 1886. It was inspired by the composer's visit to Italy (encouraged by Johannes Brahms) in the summer of the same year, where he travelled to Rome, Bologna, Naples, Sorrento, Salerno, and Capri. He began to sketch the work while still on the journey.
The full score of the work, Strauss's first tone poem, was completed in Munich on September 12, 1886. The work is named by the composer as 'Symphonic Fantasy', and is dedicated to his mentor Hans von Bülow. It is the only work by Richard Strauss for which he himself wrote a specific program. The entire work takes over forty minutes to perform.
Strauss incorporated the tune of "Funiculì, Funiculà" into the symphony, thinking it was a traditional Italian folk song. When Luigi Denza, who had actually composed "Funiculì, Funiculà" in 1880, discovered this, he sued Strauss for royalties, and won.




The first performance of the work took place in Munich on March 2, 1887 by the Court Orchestra, which was conducted by the composer himself. As Richard Strauss's sister Johanna later recalled, the first three movements were received with applause, but the last movement was not well-approved and derisory whistles came from various quarters. Norman Del Mar's biography of the composer tells a different story: the first three movements were not well received, and the final was accorded booing and applause. Strauss himself found the work itself as new and revolutionary, and he was satisfied despite the critical responses for the première.
The first American performance was on December 21, 1888 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.


Aus Italien is scored for the following orchestra:

Discography (performances of the full score only)

Conductor Orchestra Recorded
Arthur Rother Symphony Orchestra of Radio Berlin 1949
Clemens Krauss Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 1953
Henry Swoboda Vienna Symphony Orchestra 1953
Otakar Trhlík Ostrava State Philharmonic Orchestra (Janáček Philharmonie) 1971
Rudolf Kempe Staatskapelle Dresden 1974
Neeme Järvi Scottish National Orchestra 1988
Vladimir Ashkenazy Cleveland Orchestra 1989
Riccardo Muti Berliner Philharmoniker 1989
Zdenek Kosler Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra 1990
David Zinman Tonhalle Orchestra, Zurich 2000
There is also a recording of the two piano version, with the duo pianists Begonia-Uriarte Mrongovius and Karl-Hermann Mrongovius recorded in 1985.


  • Del Mar, Norman. Richard Strauss, A Critical Commentary on His Life and Works, vol. 1. London, 1962.
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