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BEETHOVEN / BRAHMS / DVORAK / WAGNER / etc
Icon: Rudolf Kempe: The Genius of the Podium
Rudolf Kempe conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Staatskapelle Dresden, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, etc
[ Warner Classics Icon / 11 CD Box Set - released 1/Feb/2011 ]
The German conductor Rudolf Kempe (1910-1976) began his musical career playing the oboe in various symphony orchestras. The programme begins with recordings of four Beethoven Symphonies that Kempe made with the Munich Philharmonic in 1971-72.
BACH / MOZART / RICHARD STRAUSS / MAHLER / SCHUBERT / etc
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf: The Radient Soprano
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano) with Victoria de los Angeles, Imgard Seefried, Christa Ludwig, Nicolai Gedda, etc
[ Warner Classics Icon / 10 CD Box Set - released 7/Feb/2011 ]
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf is universally acknowledged to be one of the greatest singers of the 20th century. Blessed with a voice of exquisite beauty, as well as a striking physical presence, she shone brightly in opera, excelled in the concert hall and...
Icon: Fritz Wunderlich: A Poet Among Tenors (works by Mozart, Mahler, Verdi, Puccini, Tchaikovksy, etc)
Fritz Wunderlich (tenor) with various orchestras & conductors
[ Warner Classics / EMI Icon / 6 CD Box Set - released 10/Oct/2010 ]
"The recordings are clean, balanced and digitally re-mastered. I urge every lover of the tenor to buy this set; it offers nearly seven hours of one of the most beautiful, natural, refined and unforced tenor voices we have ever heard." (MusicWeb Oct...
HANDEL / MOZART / DVORAK / STRAUSS / MAHLER / etc
Icon: Lucia Popp: Queen Of The Night, Maiden Of Light
Lucia Popp (soprano) with various orchestras & conductors
[ Warner Classics / EMI Icon / 7 CD Box Set - released 7/Sep/2009 ]
MARBECKS STAFF PICK: REISSUE CD OF THE YEAR 2009 - "Lucia Popp's voice speaks directly to you in a manner hard to describe, but it is the kind of very individual utterance that Jurinac had and, to judge from old records, Fide Norena." (Gramophone)