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Fritz Reiner conducts Richard Strauss (5 CDs) cover
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RICHARD STRAUSS
Fritz Reiner conducts Richard Strauss (5 CDs)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, with Antonio Janiqro (cello) Bryon janis (piano) Inqu Borkh (soprano)
[ Sony Classical Masters / 5 CD Box Set - released 20/May/2011 ]
"These were the first stereo sessions the RCA engineers arranged with Fritz Reiner. The RCA recording team 'got it right' from the very beginning. Reiner achieves an admirable balance and whatever he does is convincing." Rosette (Penguin Stereo Guide)
Gershwin: An American in Paris / Rhapsody in Blue (with works by Bernstein) cover
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GEORGE GERSHWIN
Gershwin: An American in Paris / Rhapsody in Blue (with works by Bernstein)
Columbia Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein (piano/conductor)
[ Sony Classical Masters / CD - released 20/May/2011 ]
"Mr. Bernstein is not only brilliant where brilliance is called for but he is supremely affectionate in the improvisatory passages and gives the impression of thoroughly enjoying himself, one that is by no means common." (Gramophone on Rhapsody in Blue)
Leon Fleisher Plays Beethoven & Brahms [5 CD set] cover
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BEETHOVEN / BRAHMS / MOZART
Leon Fleisher Plays Beethoven & Brahms [5 CD set]
Leon Fleisher (piano) / The Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell
[ Sony Classical Masters / 5 CD Box Set - released 20/May/2012 ]
"Fleisher has the ability to take the slow movement slowly, and the molto adagio cadenza near its end is for once as slow as the composer could wish, and very impressive. The finale has plenty of fire" (Gramophone on the Brahms Concerto No 1)
Bruno Walter conducts Mozart [6 CD set] cover
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W. A. MOZART
Bruno Walter conducts Mozart [6 CD set]
Zino Francescatti (violin) Irmgard Seefried (soprano), Jennie Tourel (alto), Léopold Simoneau (tenor) & William Warfield (bass) / Columbia Symphony
[ Sony Classical Masters / 6 CD Box Set - released 1/Sep/2011 ]
Born in Berlin in 1876, Bruno Walter entered the Stern Conservatory at the age of eight, intending to become a concert pianist, and made his conducting debut in Cologne at 17. Following appointments in Pressburg (now Bratislava), Riga and Berlin, he...