Beethoven – Brahms: Triple – Double Concerto – Schneiderhan – Anda – Fournier – Starker – Fricsay – DG

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01-03 Beethoven – Concerto for Piano, Violin and Cello in C, Op. 56
Geza Anda – piano,
Wolfgang Schneiderhan – violin,
Pierre Fournier – cello,
Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Ferenc Fricsay
June 1960
Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin, Germany

04-06 Brahms – Concerto for Violin and Cello in A minor, Op. 102
Wolfgang Schneiderhan – violin,
Janos Starker – cello,
Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Ferenc Fricsay
June 1961
Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin, Germany

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Karr – The King of Bass

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01. Joshua Fit the Battle o’ Jericho (traditional) (1:56)
Gary Karr – bass,
Harmon Lewis – organ
Originally released by King Record in 1996

02. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (traditional) (3:09)
Gary Karr – bass,
Harmon Lewis – organ
Originally released by King Record in 1996

03. Bass, Bass, Bass, Bass, Bass & Bass (Christian Gentet) (4:08)
L’Orchestre de Contrebasses
Originally released by Musica Guild in 1993

04. Palmas (R. Garcia-Fons) (5:24)
L’Orchestre de Contrebasses
Originally released by Musica Guild in 1990

05. Reverie (Giovanni Bottesini) (3:28)
Daniel Marillier – bass
Originally released by SCAM/BNL-POLYMNIE in 1997

06. La Liste de Schindler (John Williams) (3:02)
Daniel Marillier – bass
Originally released by SCAM/BNL-POLYMNIE in 1997

07. Sky & Sea (Kiyoto Fujiwara) (8:06)
Kiyoto Fujiwara – bass,
Yoshio Suzuki – bass
Originally released by King Record in 1999

08. L’invitation au Voyage (Henri Duparc) (4:16)
Takashi Konno – bass,
Risako Hayakawa – harp
Recorded for this album

09. Piece en Forme de Habanera (Maurice Ravel) (3:05)
Takashi Konno – bass,
Risako Hayakawa – harp
Recorded for this album

10. Csardas (Vittorio Monti) (4:17)
Ivan Stzankov – bass,
Erika Toth – piano
Originally released by Hungaroton Records in 1995

11. Contrabajissimo (Astor Piazzola) (13:21)
Tetsu Saitoh – bass,
Ryota Komatsu – bandoneon,
Kyoko Kuroda – piano,
Kumiko Kondo – violion,
Masaharu Iida – bass
Originally released by Jabara in 1998

12. Trikings (Stefan Karisson) (4:05)
Eddie Gomez Quartet
Originally released by King Record in 1998

13. Flower Mountain (Kiyoto Fujiwara) (4:56)
Kiyoto Fujiwara – bass
Originally released by King Record in 1999

14. Better Git Hit in Your Soul (Charles Mingus) (7:39)
Kiyoto Fujiwara – bass
Originally released by King Record in 1998

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Romantic Piano Concerto Vol.55: Widor – Hyperion

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Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937):

Piano Concerto No 1 in F minor Op 39
01. Movement 1: Allegro con fuoco [11’26]
02. Movement 2: Andante religioso [9’08]
03. Movement 3: Allegro [9’13]

04. Fantaisie in A flat major Op 62 [22’21]

Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor Op 77
05. Movement 1: Allegro con moto patetico [6’46]
06. Movement 2: Andante [5’25]
07. Movement 3: Tempo deciso [7’17]

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Rachmaninov: Aleko – Kitaenko

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Aleko by Sergei Rachmaninov
Performer: Svetlana Volkova (Soprano), Yevgeny Nesterenko (Bass), Vladimir Matorin (Bass),
Alexander Fedin (Tenor), Raisa Kotova (Mezzo Soprano)
Conductor: Dmitri Kitayenko
Orchestra/Ensemble: Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, USSR Radio/TV Large Chorus
Period: Romantic
Written: 1893; Russia
Date of Recording: 1987
Length: 59 Minutes 19 Secs.

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Antiquities: Bach – Downland – etc – Imai – Miki – BIS

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1. Felix virgo/Inviolata/Ad te suspiramus by Guillaume de Machaut
Performer: Mie Miki (Accordion), Nobuko Imai (Viola)
Period: Medieval
Written: 14th Century; France

2. Ma fin est mon commencement by Guillaume de Machaut
Performer: Mie Miki (Accordion), Nobuko Imai (Viola)
Period: Medieval
Written: 14th Century; France

3. Italian Concerto, BWV 971 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer: Mie Miki (Accordion)
Period: Baroque
Written: 1735; Leipzig, Germany

4. Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord no 1 in G major, BWV 1027 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer: Mie Miki (Accordion), Nobuko Imai (Viola)
Period: Baroque
Written: circa 1720; Cöthen, Germany

5. Saint Matthew Passion, BWV 244: no 53, Befiehl du deine Wege by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer: Mie Miki (Accordion), Nobuko Imai (Viola)
Period: Baroque
Written: ?1727; Leipzig, Germany

6. Herzlich tut mich verlangen, BWV 727 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer: Nobuko Imai (Viola), Mie Miki (Accordion)
Period: Baroque
Written: 1708-1717; ?Weimar, Germany

7. Partita for Violin solo no 3 in E major, BWV 1006 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer: Nobuko Imai (Violin)
Period: Baroque
Written: 1720; Cöthen, Germany

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Glazunov: Symphonies – Cantatas – Famous Ballet Music – Violin Concerto – 7CDs – Brilliant

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Glazunov:
Symphony No. 1 in E major, Op. 5 ‘Slavyanskaya’
Violin Concerto in A minor, Op. 82
Raymonda Suite, Op. 57a
Concert Waltzes Nos. 1 & 2
Commemorative Cantata Op. 65
Coronation Cantata, Op. 56
Symphony No. 2 in F sharp minor, Op. 16
Symphony No. 3 in D major, Op. 33
Symphony No. 4 in E flat major, Op. 48
Symphony No. 5 in B-flat major, Op. 55
Symphony No. 6 in C minor, Op. 58
Symphony No. 7 in F major, Op. 77 ‘Pastoral’
Symphony No. 8 in E flat major, Op. 83

Russian State Symphony Orchestra, Valeri Polyansky

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Gulda: Genius and Rebel (Mozart; Beethoven; Chopin; Strauss; and more) – 10CDs

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CD1:
Mozart
Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 24 c-moll KV 491
[1] 1. Allegro (13:33)
[2] 2. Larghetto (7:31)
[3] 3. Allegretto (8:28)
Friderich Gulda, Klavier / piano – RIAS-Symphonie-Orchester – Igor Markevitch (1953)
Weber
[4] Konzertstück für Klavier und Orchester f-moll op. 79 (16:13)
Friderich Gulda, Klavier / piano – Wiener Philharmoniker – Volkmar Andrae (1956)

CD2-3:
Beethoven

Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 1 C-Dur op. 15
[1] 1. Allegro con brio (18:53)
[2] 2. Largo (12:31)
[3] 3. Rondo: Allegro scherzando (9:05)
Sonate für Klavier Nr. 26 Es-Dur op. 81a “Les Adieux”
[4] 1. Adagio – Allegro (6:32)
[5] 2. Andante espressivo (3:37)
[6] 3. Vivacissimamente (4:10)
Sonate für Klavier Nr. 29 B-Dur op. 106 “Große Sonate für das Hammerklavier”
[1] 1. Allegro (9:36)
[2] 2. Scherzo: Assai vivace (2:21)
[3] 3. Adagio sostenuto – Appassionato e con molto sentimento (15:44)
[4] 4. Largo – Allegro risoluto (10:41)
Sonate für Klavier Nr. 28 A-Dur op. 101
[5] 1. Etwas lebhaft und mit der innigsten Empfindung (4:00)
[6] 2. Lebhaft, marschmäßig (6:04)
[7] 3. Langsam und sehnsuchtsvoll (2:37)
[8] 4. Geschwind, doch nicht zu sehr und mit Entschlossenheit (7:27)
Friderich Gulda, Klavier / piano – Wiener Philharmoniker – Karl Böhm (1950, 1951)

CD4-5:
Chopin
Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 1 e-moll op. 11
[1] 1. Allegro maestoso (18:53)
[2] 2. Romanze: Larghetto (9:15)
[3] 3. Rondo: Vivace (9:05)
[4] Ballade Nr. 1 g-moll op. 23 (7:56)
[5] Ballade Nr. 2 F-Dur op. 38 (6:23)
[6] Ballade Nr. 3 As-Dur op. 47 (6 :05)
[7] Ballade Nr. 4 f-moll op. 52 (8:43)
Préludes op. 28 Nr. 1-24
[1] Nr. 1 C-Dur: Agitato (:45)
[2] Nr. 2 a-moll: Lento (2:13)
[3] Nr. 3 G-Dur: Vivace (1:03)
[4] Nr. 4 e-moll: Largo (1:54)
[5] Nr. 5 D-Dur: Allegro molto (:35)
[6] Nr. 6 h-moll: Lento assai (1:45)
[7] Nr. 7 A-Dur: Andantino (:46)
[8] Nr. 8 fis-moll: Molto agitato (1:50)
[9] Nr. 9 E-Dur: Largo (1:26)
[10] Nr. 10 cis-moll: Allegro molto (:31)
[11] Nr. 11 H-Dur: Vivace (:36)
[12] Nr. 12 gis-moll: Presto (1:10)
[13] Nr. 13 Fis-Dur: Lento (4:00)
[14] Nr. 14 es-moll: Allegro (:31)
[15] Nr. 15 Des-Dur: Sostenuto (5:11)
[16] Nr. 16 b-moll: Presto con fuoco (1:04)
[17] Nr. 17 As-Dur: Allegretto (2:46)
[18] Nr. 18 f-moll: Allegro molto (:55)
[19] Nr. 19 Es-Dur: Vivace (1:13)
[20] Nr. 20 c-moll: Largo (1:45)
[21] Nr. 21 B-Dur: Cantabile (1:32)
[22] Nr. 22 g-moll: Molto agitato (:44)
[23] Nr. 23 F-Dur: Moderato (:54)
[24] Nr. 24 d-moll: Allegro appassionato (2:25)
[25] Barcarolle Fis-Dur op. 60 (9:04)
Friderich Gulda, Klavier / piano – London Philharmonic Orchestra – Sir Adrian Boult (1954, 1959)

CD6-7:
Debussy
Préludes (12 Stücke für Klavier, Heft 1)
[1] Nr. 1 Danseuses de Delphes: Lent et grave (2:31)
[2] Nr. 2 Voiles: Modéré (3:16)
[3] Nr. 3 Le vent dans la plaine: Animé (2:00)
[4] Nr. 4 Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l’air du soir: Modéré (3:00)
[5] Nr. 5 Les collines d’Anacapri: Très modéré (2:52)
[6] Nr. 6 Des pas sur la neige: Triste et lent (3:46)
[7] Nr. 7 Ce qu’a vu le vent d’Ouest: Animé et tumultueux (3:01)
[8] Nr. 8 La fille aux cheveux de lin: Très calme et doucement expressif (2:06)
[9] Nr. 9 La sérénade interrompue: Modérément animé (2:30)
[10] Nr. 10 La cathédrale engloutie: Profondément calme (6:38)
[11] Nr. 11 La danse de Puck: Capricieux et léger (2:49)
[12] Nr. 12 Minstrels: Modéré (2:01)
Suite bergamasque
[13] 1. Prélude: Moderato (3:24)
[14] 2. Menuet: Andantino (4:07)
[15] 3. Clair de lune: Andante très expressif (4:45)
[16] 4. Passepied: Allegretto ma non troppo (3:23)
Pour le piano Nr. 1-3
[17] Nr. 1 Prélude: Assez animé et très rythmé (3:58)
[18] Nr. 2 Sarabande: Avec une élégance grave et lente (3:51)
[19] Nr. 3 Toccata: Vif (3:31)
Préludes (12 Stücke für Klavier, Heft 2)
[1] Nr. 1 Brouillards: Modéré (2:43)
[2] Nr. 2 Feuilles mortes: Lent et mélancolique (3:21)
[3] Nr. 3 La Puerta del Vino: Mouvement de Habanera (2:32)
[4] Nr. 4 Les fées sonst d’éxquises danseuses: Rapide et léger (2:27)
[5] Nr. 5 Bruyères: Calme (2:28)
[6] Nr. 6 Général Lavine – eccentric: Dans le style et le mouvement d’un Cakewalk (2:29)
[7] Nr. 7 La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune: Lent (4:35)
[8] Nr. 8 Ondine: Scherzando (3:05)
[9] Nr. 9 Hommage à S. Pickwick, Esq., P.P.M.P.C.: Grave (2:04)
[10] Nr. 10 Canope: Très cale et doucement triste (3:24)
[11] Nr. 11 Les tierces alternées: Modérément animé (2:31)
[12] Nr. 12 Feux d’artifice: Modérément animé (4:22)
[13] L’isle joyeuse (5:35)
Images pour piano 1 Nr. 1-3 (Auszug)
[14] Reflets dans l’eau (5:00)
Estampes (3 Stücke für Klavier) (Auszug)
[15] Soirée dans Grenade (4:23)
Images pour piano 2 Nr. 1-3 (Auszug)
[16] Poissons d’or (3:22)
Friderich Gulda, Klavier / piano (1953, 1955, 1957)

CD8:
Ravel
Valses nobles et sentimentales (für Klavier)
[1] Nr. 1: Modéré (1:12)
[2] Nr. 2: Assez lent (2:02)
[3] Nr. 3: Modéré (1:14)
[4] Nr. 4: Assez animé (1:00)
[5] Nr. 5: Presque lent (1:14)
[6] Nr. 6: Assez vif (:36)
[7] Nr. 7: Moins vif (2:38)
[8] Nr. 8 Épilogue: Lent (3:22)
Gaspard de la nuit (3 Poèmes für Klavier nach Aloysius Bertrand)
[9] Nr. 1 Ondine: Lent (5:39)
[10] Nr. 2 Le gibet: Très lent (5:00)
[11] Nr. 3 Scarbo: Modéré – Vif (9:13)
Sonatine für Klavier fis-moll
[12] 1. Modéré (3:44)
[13] 2. Mouvement de Menuet (3:10)
[14] 3. Animé (3:32)
Friderich Gulda, Klavier / piano (1953, 1957)

CD9:
Strauss
Lieder op. 69 Nr. 1-5 (Auszug)
[1] Nr. 3: Einerlei (2:29)
Lieder op. 68 Nr. 1-6 (nach Clemens von Brentano) (Auszug)
[2] Nr. 3: Säusle, liebe Myrthe (3:52)
Lieder op. 69 Nr. 1-5 (Auszug)
[3] Nr. 1: Der Stern (1:38)
[4] Nr. 5: Schlechtes Wetter (2:04)
Lieder op. 68 Nr. 1-6 (nach Clemens von Brentano) (Auszug)
[5] Nr. 2: Ich wollt ein Sträußlein binden (2:40)
[6] Nr. 4: Als mir dein Lied erklang (3:04)
Lieder op. 48 Nr. 1-5 (Auszug)
[7] Nr. 1: Freundliche Vision (2:38)
Lieder op. 29 Nr. 1-3 (nach Otto Julius Bierbaum) (Auszug)
[8] Nr. 2: Schlagende Herzen (2:04)
Lieder op. 15 Nr. 1-5 (Auszug)
[9] Nr. 5: Heimkehr (1:54)
Lieder op. 39 Nr. 1-5 (Auszug)
[10] Nr. 4: Befreit (3:56)
Lieder op. 10 Nr. 1-8 (nach Hermann von Gilm: Letzte Blätter) (Auszug)
[11] Nr. 3: Die Nacht (2:18)
Lieder op. 19 Nr. 1-6 (nach A. F. von Schack: Lotosblätter) (Auszug)
[12] Wie sollten wir geheim sie halten (1:40)
Lieder op. 37 Nr. 1-6 (Auszug)
[13] Nr. 3: Meinem Kinde (2:21)
[14] Burleske für Klavier und Orchester d-moll op. 11 (18:00)
Hilde Güden, Sopran / soprano – Friedrich Gulda, Klavier / piano – London Symphony Orchestra – Antony Collins (1954, 1956)

CD10:
Friedrich Gulda
[1] Quintet (3:05)
[2] Introvert (3:58)
[3] Teheran (4:48)
[4] Cool hill (5:36)
Friedrich Gulda, E. Heyman, J. Greene
[5] Out of nowhere (8:25)
Friedrich Gulda, G. Shearing
[6] Lullaby of birdland (6:03)
Friedrich Gulda, J. Kern
[7] All the things you are (7:36)
Friedrich Gulda, B. Miller, Leiber, Stoller
[8] Bernie’s tune (10:05)
Friedrich Gulda, Klavier / piano – Idrees Sulieman, Trompete / trumplet – James Cleveland, Posaune / trombone – Phil Woods, Alt-Saxofon / alto saxaphone – Seldon Powell, Tenor-Saxofon / tenor saxaphone – Aaron Bell, Kontrabass / contrabass – Nick Stabulas, Schlagzeug / percussion (1956, live)

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Humperdinck – Hansel und Gretel (2CDs) – Dieskau – Moffo – Ludwig – Eichhorn

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Henze – Requiem – Metzmacher

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Requiem by Hans Werner Henze
Performer: Ueli Wiget (Piano), Håkan Hardenberger (Trumpet)
Conductor: Ingo Metzmacher
Orchestra/Ensemble: Ensemble Modern
Period: 20th Century
Written: Germany
Date of Recording: 09/1993
Venue: Live Kammermusiksaal, Berlin
Length: 63 Minutes 0 Secs.

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Halvorsen – Orchestra Works 3 – Jarvi – Chandos

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Halvorsen:

Symphony No. 3

Bergensiana

Black Swans
Premiere recording

Wedding of Ravens in the Grove of the Crows
Premiere recording

Fossegrimen Suite incl. Danse visionaire

Wedding March, Op. 32, No. 1

Ragnhild Hemsing (hardanger fiddle) & Marianne Thorsen (violin)
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Neeme Järvi

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Halvorsen – Orchestra Works 2 – Jarvi – Chandos

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1. Symphony no 2 in D minor “Fate” by Johan Halvorsen
Conductor: Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble: Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
Period: Romantic
Written: 1924; Norway

2. Suite ancienne, Op. 31 by Johan Halvorsen
Conductor: Neeme Järvi
Orchestra/Ensemble: Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
Period: Romantic
Written: 1911; Norway

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Halvorsen – Orchestra Works 1 – Jarvi – Chandos

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Halvorsen:
Bojarernes Indtogsmarsj (Entry of the Boyars)

Andante religioso
Marianne Thorsen (violin)

Mascarade Suite
La Mélancolie
Symphony No. 1

Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Neeme Järvi

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Grimaud – Schumann – Reflection – Salonen – Otter – Mork – DG

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01 – Hélène Grimaud; Esa-Pekka Salonen: Staatskaplle Dresden – Schumann: Piano Concerto In A Minor, Op. 54 – 1. Allegro Affettuoso (15:02)
02 – Hélène Grimaud; Esa-Pekka Salonen: Staatskaplle Dresden – Schumann: Piano Concerto In A Minor, Op. 54 – 2. Intermezzo (05:41)
03 – Hélène Grimaud; Esa-Pekka Salonen: Staatskaplle Dresden – Schumann: Piano Concerto In A Minor, Op. 54 – 3. Allegro Vivace (10:31)
04 – Anne Sofie Von Otter, Hélène Grimaud – Schumann (C): Er Ist Gekommen Op. 12/2 (02:19)
05 – Anne Sofie Von Otter, Hélène Grimaud – Schumann (C): Warum Willst Du And’re Fragen Op. 12/11 (02:11)
06 – Anne Sofie Von Otter, Hélène Grimaud – Schumann (C): Am Strande (02:20)
07 – Truls Mørk, Hélène Grimaud – Brahms: Cello Sonata #1 In E Minor, Op. 38 – 1. Allegro Non Troppo (13:40)
08 – Truls Mørk, Hélène Grimaud – Brahms: Cello Sonata #1 In E Minor, Op. 38 – 2. Allegretto Quasi Menuetto (05:26)
09 – Truls Mørk, Hélène Grimaud – Brahms: Cello Sonata #1 In E Minor, Op. 38 – 3. Allegro (06:20)
10 – Hélène Grimaud – Brahms: Rhapsody #1 In B Minor, Op. 79/1 (08:59)
11 – Hélène Grimaud – Brahms: Rhapsody #2 In G Minor, Op. 79/2 (07:05)

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