Historical Classical: Conductors

  1. WILHELM FURTWÄNGLER-- BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9

    WILHELM FURTWÄNGLER-- BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9

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    Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus; Gré Brouwenstijn * Ira Malaniuk * Wolfgang Windgassen * Ludwig Weber. 8 August 1954 (Bayreuth) Total Time: 1:15:41 UPC#0-17685-11272-0


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  2. TOSCANINI'S BEETHOVEN

    TOSCANINI'S BEETHOVEN

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    More Unreleased Recordings. Ludwig van Beethoven: Overture for the Consecration of the House; String Quartet No. 16 in F, Op. 135-2 Movements; Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92 (All from NBC S. O. concert of 25 Oct. 1947); Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 21 (from NBC S. O. concert of 21 Sept. 1947). Total time: 72:41. Technical reconstruction (2004) by Graham Newton. Liner notes by Christopher Dyment. [AAD] UPC # 17685-11362-8.


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  3. FURTWÄNGLER CONDUCTS CONCERT VERSIONS OF ACT I OF DIE WALKYRE & ACT III OF GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG

    FURTWÄNGLER CONDUCTS CONCERT VERSIONS OF ACT I OF DIE WALKYRE & ACT III OF GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG

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    WAGNER: Walkÿre, Act I & Götterdämmerung, Act III; the rare 1952 Rome Radio recordings. Die Walkÿre, Act I with Hilde Konetzni as Sieglinde, Günther Treptow as Siegmund, and Otto von Rohr as Hunding, with the RAI Rome Orchestra; rec. 14 Jan. 1952 in Rome. Götterdämmerung, Act III, with Kirsten Flagstad as Brünhilde, Ludwig Suthaus as Siegfried, Josef Hermann as Gunther, and Josef Greindl as Hagen, with the RAI Rome Orchestra; rec. 31 May 1952.

    UPC #0-17685-48662-3


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  4. CARL SCHURICHT CONDUCTS BRUCKNER AND REGER IN HAMBURG

    CARL SCHURICHT CONDUCTS BRUCKNER AND REGER IN HAMBURG

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    ANTON BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 7 in E, NDR Symphony Orchestra (Hamburg), 4 October 1954. MAX REGER: An die Hoffnung, Op. 124 (text: Hölderlin), NDR Symphony Orchestra, Christa Ludwig, mezzo-soprano, 23/24 October 1955 [released for the first time]. ANTON BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 8 in c minor, NDR Symphony Orchestra, 23/24 October 1955, [complete performance released for the first time], CD 1 Total time: 79:41, CD2 Total time: 74:05. Restoration engineer: Maggi Payne; extensive notes by Mark W. Kluge. UPC # 0-17685-11722-0


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