Grieg: Piano Works (7CDs) – Austbo – Brilliant

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CD1: Lyric Pieces Books I-IV (55’38”)
CD2: Lyric Pieces Books V-VII (56’34”)
CD3: Lyric Pieces Books VIII-X (57’08”)
CD4: Piano sonata, Scenes from folk life, Ballade in G minor, Suite ‘From Holbergs time’ (1:12’05”)
CD5: Four Album leaves, Four piano pieces, Poetic tone-pictures, Humoresques, Nordic dances and folk tunes, etc. (1:15’37”)
CD6: Norwegian folk tunes, Norwegian peasant dances, Moods (1:17’06”)
CD7: Piano Transcriptions of Songs I & II, Norwegian Mountain Melodies, Piano Pieces, etc. (1:06’02”)

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Dedicated XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition (5CDs) – Cliburn – Klimov – Shakhovskaya – Marsh – Atlantov – Melodiya

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CD1 – Van Cliburn
L. van Beethoven
[1-3] Piano Sonata No.23 f-moll “Appassionata”
rec.: 18.04.1958 live
F. Liszt
[4] Liebestraum No.3
rec.: 1958
Tchaikovsky
[5-7] Concerto for piano and orchestra No.1 in B flat minor
Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra – Kirill Kondrashin
rec.: 1958

CD2 – Valeri Klimov
F. Mendelssohn
[1-3] Violin Concerto e-moll
USSR State Symphony Orchestra – Shostakovich M.
rec.: 1967
Tchaikovsky
[4-6] Violin Concerto in D Major
Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra – D. Kitaenko
rec.: 1977

CD3 – Natalia Shakhovskaya
J. Brahms
[1-3] Cello Sonata No.1 e-moll
A. Amentaeva – piano
rec.: 1982
J. Haydn
[4-6] Cello Concerto C-Dur
Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra – Shostakovich M.
rec.: 1969

CD4 – Jane Marsh
G. Verdi
[1] Desdemona’s scene, aria and prayer from “Othello”, Act IV
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1966
WAMozart
[2] Pamina’s aria from “Die Zauberflöte”, Act II
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1966
G. Puccini
[3] Liu’s aria from “Turandot”, Act III
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1966
Tchaikovsky
[4] “Forget So Soon” (poems by Apukhtin)
L. Farr – piano
rec.: 4.07.1966, live
Tchaikovsky
[5] The scene of writing Tatiana “Eugene Onegin”, an action
State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR – Boris Khaikin
rec.: 29.06.1966, live
G. Verdi
[6] Duet of Othello and Desdemona from “Othello”, Act I
B. Atlantis – tenor
State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR – Boris Khaikin
rec.: 29.06.1966 live

CD5 – Vladimir Atlantis
B. Sheremetev
[1] “I have loved you” (lyrics by A. Pushkin)
Instrumental Sextet Bolshoi Theatre
rec.: 1973
Tchaikovsky
[2] “The Day Is reigns” (words by A. Apukhtin)
F. Khalilov – piano
rec.: 1972
Tchaikovsky
[3] “No, only those who know” (from Goethe)
F. Khalilov – piano
rec.: 1972
Tchaikovsky
[4] Don Juan’s Serenade (lyrics by A. Tolstoy)
F. Khalilov – piano
rec.: 1971
Tchaikovsky
[5] “The Decline of the Sun” (to D. Rautgauza)
F. Khalilov – piano
rec.: 1972
A. Guriljev
[6] “The Bells” (the words Makarova)
Instrumental Sextet Bolshoi Theatre
rec.: 1973
G. Bizet
[7] Don José’s aria from “Carmen”, Act II
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1966
G. Verdi
[8] Radames’s aria from “Aida”, Act I
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1966
R. Leoncavallo
[9] Canio’s recitative and arioso from “Pagliacci”, Scene 1
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1966
G. Puccini
[10] Cavaradossi’s aria from “Tosca”, Act III
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1973
E. Napravnik
[11] Recitative and romance of Vladimir from the opera “Dubrovsky”, one action
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1966
Borodin
[12] Recitative and Cavatina of Vladimir Igorevich from the opera “Prince Igor”, 2 action
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1973
Tchaikovsky
[13] Recitative and aria from the opera Herman “The Queen of Spades”, one action
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1973
Tchaikovsky
[14] Herman’s aria from the opera “The Queen of Spades”, 3 action
Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre – Ermler
rec.: 1973
Tchaikovsky
[15] Herman’s Arioso from opera “Pique Dame”, one action
State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR – Boris Khaikin
rec.: 29.06.1973, live

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Dussek: Piano Concertos – Staier – Capriccio

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Piano Concerto in G minor Op.49 (50) (Craw WVZ 187)
1. I. Allegro
2. II. Adagio
3. III. Rondo: Allegro non troppo
Piano Concerto in in B flat major Op.22 (Craw WVZ 97)
4. I. Allegro non troppo
5. II. Larghetto non tanto
6. III. Rondo: Allegro non tanto
7. Tableau ‘Marie Antoinette’ Op. 23 (Craw WVZ 98)

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The King’s Singers: Tresors A Capella (4CDs)

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The King’s Singers is a British a cappella vocal ensemble who celebrated their 40th anniversary in 2008. Their name recalls King’s College in Cambridge, England, where the group was formed by six choral scholars in 1968. In the United Kingdom, their popularity peaked in the 1970s and early 1980s. Thereafter they began to reach a wider international audience, appearing frequently on The Johnny Carson Show in the U.S. In February 2009 their CD, Simple Gifts, won a Grammy Award for Best Classical Crossover Album.

Today the ensemble travels worldwide for its performances, appearing in around 125 concerts each year, mostly in Europe, the U.S. and the Far East, having recently added the People’s Republic of China to their list of touring territories. Recent UK performances have included 40th anniversary concerts at the Cadogan Hall, London, on April 30, 2008, and the following day in the chapel of King’s College Cambridge, several appearances in the Royal Albert Hall Proms, and concerts as part of the Three Choirs Festival.

CD1:
01. Good Vibrations (Wilson-Love) – 3:49
02. Cecilia (Simon) – 2:57
03. Father to Son (Collins) – 3:22
04. The Boxer (Simon) – 4:01
05. Texas Girl at the Funeral of Her Father (Newman) – 2:37
06. Seaside Rendez-vous (Mercury) – 2:25
07. And So It Goes (Joel) – 3:09
08. American Pie (McLean) – 6:34
09. Some Folks’ Lives Roll Wasy (Simon) – 3:16
10. Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover (Simon) – 3:25
11. That Lonesome Road (Taylor) – 2:38
12. Freddie Feel-Good (Stevens) – 4:09
13. M. L. K. (Clayton-Hewson-Evans-Mullen) – 2:05

CD2:
01. Chanson d’Amour (Shanklin) – 3:15
02. Now Those Days Are Gone (Martin-Hill) – 3:24
03. La Valse a Mille Temps (Brel) – 4:14
04. Con Amores, la Mia Madre (De Anchieta) – 2:22
05. Who Is Sylvia? (Schubert-Shakespeare) – 2:45
06. Chitarra d’Amor (Schmidseder) – 3:27
07. I Get Along Without You Very Well (Carmichael) – 2:36
08. All I Ask of You (Weber-Stilgoe-Hart) – 3:25
09. Dein Herzlein Mild (Brahms-Heyse) – 2:09
10. My Romance (Rodgers-Hart) – 3:43
11. She’s Like the Swallow (Trad.) – 4:42
12. Quand Tu Dors Pres de Moi (Auric-Sagan) – 3:39
13. Love’s Philosophy (Quilter) – 1:38
14. Alice in Wonderland (Clare-Milligan) – 2:25
15. Plaisir d’amour (Martini) – 3:06
16. If Music Be the Food of Love (Purcell-Heveningham) – 2:26
17. Le Papillon et la Fleur (Faure-Hugo) – 2:40
18. Lydia (Faure-De Lisle) – 2:22
19. Phyllis Is My Only Joy (Hobbs) – 1:53
20. Wenn Ich in Deinen Augen Seh’ (Schumann-Heine) – 2:01
21. Down with Love (Arlen-Harburg) – 2:33

CD3:
01. William Byrd – Haec Dies – 2:04
02. Thomas Tallis – Те Lucis Ante Terminum (I) – 2:13
William Byrd
03. Beata Viscera Mariae Virginis – 1:53
04. Ave Verum Corpus – 4:28
05. Vigilate – 4:24
06. Viri Galilaei – 2:36
Thomas Tallis
07. Те Lucis Ante Terminum (II) – 1:50
Lamentations de Jeremie
Premiere Partie
08. Incipit Lamentatio – 1:07
09. Aleph – 2:14
10. Beth – 2:56
11. Jerusalem – 1:25
Seconde Partie
12. De Lamentatione – 1:20
13. Gimel – 2:18
14. Daleth – 3:07
15. Heth – 2:44
16. Jerusalem – 2:35
17. If Ye Love Me – 2:33
William Byrd
18. O Lord, Make Thy Servant Elizabeth, Our Queen – 3:41
19. Sing Joyfully – 2:14
20. Laudibus in Sanctis – 4:39

CD4:
01. Henryk Mikolaj Gorecki – Totus Tuus – 9:17
02. Veljo Tormis – Piispa Ja Pakana (The Bishop and the Pagan) – 9:02
Igor Stravinsky
03. Pater Noster – 1:34
04. Ave Maria – 1:51
Geoffrey Poole
05. Prologue: Ave, Rex Angelorum – 3:14
06. Scherzo: Tutivillus – 1:55
07. Prayer: Mary Modyr – 6:14
08. Epilogue: Blessed Jesu – 5:13
John Tavener
09. Funeral Ikos – 7:14
10. The Lamb – 3:17
Richard Rodney Bennett
Sermons and Devotions
11. A Statue of Snowe – 3:05
12. A Flower at Sun-Rising – 3:18
13. Poore Intricated Soule! – 3:06
14. The Seasons of His Mercies – 6:23
15. The Bell Doth Toll – 3:56

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Lubimov: Misterioso – Part – Silvestrov – Ustvolskaya – ECM

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Valentin Silvestrov:
1-3. Post scriptum
Sonata for violin and piano
I Largo – Allegro
II Andantino
III Allegro vivace, con moto
4. Misterioso
for clarinet solo (with piano)
Arvo Pärt:
5. Spiegel im Spiegel
for clarinet and piano
Galina Ustvolskaya:
6-8. Trio
for clarinet, violin and piano
I Espressivo
II Dolce
III Energico
9. Sonate für Violine und Klavier

Alexei Lubimov piano
Alexander Trostiansky violin
Kirill Rybakov clarinet

Pergolesi: L’Olimpiade (3CDs) – DHM

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Disc 1:
1. Act 1. Introduzione
2. Act 1. Recitativo. Ho risoluto, Aminta
3. Act 1. Aria. Superbo di me stesso
4. Act 1. Recitativo. Oh generoso amico!
5. Act 1. Aria. Talor guerriero invitto
6. Act 1. Recitativo. Oh sei pure importuno
7. Act 1. Aria. Quel destrier che all’albergo è vicino
8. Act 1. Aria. O care selve o cara
9. Act 1. Recitativo. Ecco Aristea
10. Act 1. Recitativo. Figlia, tutto è compito
11. Act 1. Aria. Del destin non vi lagnate
12. Act 1. Recitativo. Udisti, o principessa?
13. Act 1. Aria. Tu di saper procura
14. Act 1. Recitativo. Dunque Licida ingrato
15. Act 1. Aria. Più non si travano fra mille amanti
16. Act 1. Recitativo. Licida. Amico. Eccomi a te
17. Act 1. Aria. Mentre dormi Amor fomenti
18. Act 1. Recitativo. Che intesi eterni dei!
19. Act 1. Recitativo. Stranier. Chi mi sorprende?

Disc 2:
1. Act 1. Duetto. Ne’ giorni tuoi felici
2. Act 2. Recitativo. Ed ancor della pugna
3. Act 2. Recitativo. Fortunate novelle. Il re m’invia
4. Act 2. Aria. Apportator son io
5. Act 2. Recitativo. Ah dimmi, o principessa
6. Act 2. Aria. Grandi, è ver, son le tue pene
7. Act 2. Recitativo. E trovar non poss’io
8. Act 2. Aria. Che non mi disse un di?
9. Act 2. Recitativo. Insana gioventú! Qualora esposta
10. Act 2. Recitativo. Giovane valoroso
11. Act 2. Recitativo. All’odiose nozze
12. Act 2. Aria. So ch’è fanciulla Amore
13. Act 2. Recitativo. Fra l’amico, e l’amante
14. Act 2. Recitativo. Oh ricordi crudeli
15. Act 2. Recitativo. Intese tutto Aristea
16. Act 2. Aria. Se cerca, se dice
17. Act 2. Recitativo. Che laberinto è questo!
18. Act 2. Aria. Tu me da me dividi!
19. Act 2. Aria. No, la speranzua più non m’alletta
20. Act 2. Recitativo. In augustia più fiera
21. Act 2. Recitativo. Ove son! Che m’avvenne?
22. Act 2. Recitativo. Con questo ferro, indegno

Disc 3:
1. Act 2. Aria. Gemo in un punto e fremo
2. Act 3. Recitativo. Lascami! Invan t’opponi
3. Act 3. Aria. L’infelice in questo stato
4. Act 3. Recitativo. Più reister non posso
5. Act 3. Aria. Caro, son tua così
6. Act 3. Recitativo. Deh secondate, o numi
7. Act 3. Aria. Torbido in volto e nero
8. Act 3. Recitativo. E pure a mio dispetto
9. Act 3. Aria. Fiamma ignota nell’alma mi scende
10. Act 3. Recitativo. Fuggi, salvati Amita!
11. Act 3. Aria. Son qual per mare ignoto
12. Act 3. Marcia
13. Act 3. Recitativo. Giovane sventurato
14. Act 3. Aria. Nella fatal mia sorte
15. Act 3. Recitativo. T’appagherò. Custodi!
16. Act 3. Recitativo. Ah, vieni illustre esempio
17. Act 3. Recitativo. O degli uomiini padre e degli dei
18. Act 3. Recitativo. Fermati o re!
19. Act 3. Recitativo. Credimi o padre
20. Act 3. Recitativo. Ah, Licida. T’accheta
21. Act 3. Coro. Viva il figlio delinquente

Aristea – Raffaela Milanesi
Argene – Ann-Beth Solvang
Megacle – Olga Pasichnyk
Licida – Jennifer Rivera
Alcandro – Martín Oro
Clistene – Jeffrey Francis
Aminta – Markus Brutscher

Academia Montis Regalis
Alessandro De Marchi, Conductor

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Holst: The Planets – Beni Mora – Japanese Suite – Andrew Davis – Chandos

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That “The Planets” occupies a place at the heart of the English musical repertoire is indisputable yet much of Holst’s other orchestral output is unjustly neglected. Chandos’ series demonstrates that Holst was a composer whose inventiveness and originality was not limited to one spectacular work. The series was originally to be conducted by Richard Hickox who sadly passed away in 2009 after completing Volume 1, released to great critical acclaim. Gramophone stated: “Richard Hickox’s final project, reviving little-known Holst works, is a triumph”.

In this second volume, exclusive Chandos artist Sir Andrew Davis has taken the baton, conducting the BBC Philharmonic in a unique programme: “The Planets”, Holst’s orchestral tour de force, as well as two comparative rarities in the concert hall, the lyrical and mysterious “Japanese Suite” and the equally dramatic “Beni Mora”.

Holst wrote all three works between 1909 and 1916, years which span the most important developments in his composing life as he moved away from the Wagner-influenced works of his youth. He had already begun to absorb English folk music, largely through the influences of his close friend Ralph Vaughan Williams, and that, together with his study of Sanskrit literature, led him to experiment with new and unique fusions in his music. The “Japanese Suite” was originally intended for dancing and composed at the request of a Japanese dancer, Michio Ito, who supplied Holst with most of the themes in a somewhat unorthodox manner – by whistling them to him. Although the music may seem as characteristic of Holst himself as of anything readily identifiable as Japanese, this work clearly demonstrates a refreshing openness to new influences, which few of his contemporaries shared.

“Beni Mora” is inspired by ethnic music that Holst heard on a trip to Algeria. Its orientalism may seem very westernized to those familiar with the original music, but it reflects his own experiences of the region which the notes describe as “a mix of East and West where one moment he saw an Arab woman leaving a mosque and another moment he saw an advertisement for American Cinematography”. The work was premiered in London in 1912, to the distaste of one critic who exclaimed, “We didn’t ask for Biskra girls”. Vaughan Williams later wrote that if the piece had been played in Paris instead of London, Holst would have gained fame a good ten years before “The Planets” made him a household name. One of the more remarkable musical points about the piece is found in the third movement, which is based on a motif played by a bamboo flutist whom Holst heard on the streets in Algeria. The flutist played the same four notes for hours. This experience is vividly recalled in the movement, yet the mastery of Holst’s shifting harmonic textures prevents the motif from becoming tiresome. Beni Mora is regarded as Holst’s first mature orchestral piece.

The immense popularity of “The Planets”, and the familiarity of the music, means that its originality is often overlooked. But while it is possible to point to a number of contemporary works which clearly had an influence on Holst (Debussy’s Nocturnes, Stravinsky’s The Firebird etc.), the sheer inventiveness and diversity of the music are entirely his own, as he takes us on an unforgettable journey from the violence of “Mars”, through the serene calm of “Venus” and the remote and otherworldly “Neptune”.

1. Beni Mora, Op. 29 no 1/H 107 by Gustav Holst
Conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
Orchestra/Ensemble: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
Written: 1909-1910; England
Date of Recording: June 24/25, 2010
Venue: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK
Length: 16 Minutes 50 Secs.

2. Japanese Suite, Op. 33/H 126 by Gustav Holst
Conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
Orchestra/Ensemble: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
Period: 20th Century
Written: 1915; England
Date of Recording: June 24/25, 2010
Venue: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK
Length: 11 Minutes 33 Secs.

3. The Planets, Op. 32/H 125 by Gustav Holst
Conductor: Sir Andrew Davis
Orchestra/Ensemble: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
Period: 20th Century
Written: 1914-1916; England
Date of Recording: June 24/25, 2010
Venue: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK
Length: 49 Minutes 40 Secs.

Blu-ray – Szymanowski: King Roger – Unitel

BD-50 Dual-Layer Disc | 1080i/AVC MPEG-4 | 01:29:00
Audio#1: DTS-HD HR 5.1 (48 kHz / 3840 kbps / 24-bit)
Audio#2:LPCM 2.0 (48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit)

King Roger (Król Roger in Polish) is an opera by the Polish composer Karol Szymanowski set to a libretto by Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz. It was first performed on June 19, 1926 in Warsaw, Poland. Among the original cast was the composer’s sister, the soprano Stanisława Korwin-Szymanowska, as Roxana.

The opera originated from Szymanowski’s enthusiasm for Mediterranean culture as a melting pot of different peoples and religions. He spent much time travelling in that area in 1911 and again in 1914 and shared his love of the region with his librettist (and cousin) Iwaszkiewicz. Szymanowski’s lost novel Efebos dealt with mystical themes similar to those that inspired this work.

Musically, the influences of Scriabin, Richard Strauss and Ravel are apparent in the score. It is exquisitely colored by refined orchestration and evocative harmony, as well as seductive, often orientalist, melodies. While the music is considered to be of the highest quality, the opera itself is not often staged, primarily because its strengths are not so much dramatic as musical, but there have been several recordings that have made this work more accessible.

King Roger received its first performance in the Americas at Buenos Aires’s Teatro Colón in 1981 under Stanisław Wisłocki and its US premiere in California with Long Beach Opera in January 1988, conducted by Murray Sidlin, with a cast featuring James Johnson as King Roger, Nancy Shade as the queen, and Jonathan Mack as Edrisi. It was later performed at the Bard SummerScape Festival on July 25, 2008.

It was also staged during the Edinburgh International Festival on August 25 and 27, 2008, with Valery Gergiev conducting the Mariinsky Theater orchestra. The Opéra National de Paris produced the opera in June and July 2009. In November 2009 the opera was produced at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona and at Staatstheater Mainz, Germany in 2011.

There are at least five complete recordings, the most widely know under Sir Simon Rattle with Thomas Hampson and Philip Langridge.

Title: Szymanowski: King Roger “
Original title: Szymanowski: King Roger
Released: 2009
Genre: Opera
Directed by: Tobias Moretti
Conductor: David Pountney
Cast: Scott Hendricks (King Roger II of Sicily), Olga Pasichnyk (Roxana), John Graham-Hall (Edrisi), Will Hartmann (Shepherd), Sorin Coliban (Archbishop), Liubov Sokolova (Deaconess), Hustyna Dyla (Voice 1 ), Mariusz Stefanski (Voice 2), Wiener Symphoniker

Technical Specs
Blu-ray
BD-50 Dual-Layer Disc

Video Resolution/Codec
1080i/AVC MPEG-4

Aspect Ratio(s)
1.78:1

Audio Formats
DTS-HD HR 5.1 (48 kHz / 3840 kbps / 24-bit)
LPCM 2.0 (48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit)

Subtitles/Captions
English
Catalan
French
German
Polish
Spanish

Anner Bylsma – 70 Years – Limited Edition (11CDs)

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Performer: Anner Bylsma
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Luigi Rodolfo Boccherini, Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann, Jean-Pierre Duport, Jean-Louis Duport, Bernhard Heinrich Romberg, Felix Mendelssohn, Niels Wilhelm Gade, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Peter Schubert, Antonio Lucio Vivaldi

TrackList
CD 01
01-06 J.S. Bach – Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007
07-12 J.S. Bach – Suite No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1008
13-18 J.S. Bach – Suite No. 3 in C major, BWV 1009
Anner Bylsma – violoncello

CD 02
01-06 J.S. Bach – Suite No. 4 in E-flat major, BWV 1010
07-12 J.S. Bach – Suite No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011
13-18 J.S. Bach – Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012
Anner Bylsma – violoncello

CD 03
01-04 Beethoven – Sonata for Pianoforte & Violoncello in A major, Op. 69
05-07 Beethoven – Sonata for Pianoforte & Violoncello in F major, Op. 5, No. 1
08-10 Beethoven – Sonata for Pianoforte & Violoncello in F major, Op. 5, No. 2
Anner Bylsma – violoncello,
Jos van Immerseel – pianoforte

CD 04
01-04 Beethoven – Sonata for Pianoforte & Violoncello in C major, Op. 102, No. 1
05-07 Beethoven – Sonata for Pianoforte & Violoncello in C major, Op. 102, No. 2
08 Beethoven – 12 Variations on “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen” from Mozart’s Opera “Die Zauberflöte” for Pianoforte & Violoncello in F major, Op. 66
Anner Bylsma – violoncello,
Jos van Immerseel – pianoforte

CD 05
01 Boccherini – Overture (Sinfonia) in D major, G. 521
02-04 Boccherini – Concerto for Violoncello & Orchestra in D major, G. 476
05-07 Boccherini – Octet (Notturno) in G major, Op. 38, No. 4, G. 470
08-10 Boccherini – Concerto for Violoncello & Orchestra in C major, G. 573
11-14 Boccherini – Sinfonia in C minor, G. 519
Anner Bylsma – violoncello,
Tafelmusik, Jeanne Lamon (on period instruments)

CD 06
01-03 Brahms – Sonata for Piano & Violoncello in E minor, Op. 38
04-08 Schumann – 5 Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102
09-12 Brahms – Sonata for Piano & Violoncello in F major, Op. 99
Anner Bylsma – violoncello,
Lambert Orkis – piano

CD 07
01-03 Duport – Sonata in D major for 2 Violoncellos & Pianoforte, Op. 2, No. 1
04 Beethoven – 12 Variations on Theme “See the Conqu’ring Hero Comes” from Händel’s Oratorio “Judas Macabaeus”, WoO. 45
05 Duport – 9th Excercise in D minor for 2 Violoncellos
06-08 Romberg – Sonata No. 1 in E-flat major for Violoncello & Pianoforte
09-11 Boccherini – Sonata in E-flat major for 2 Violoncellos
12 Beethoven – 12 Variations on Theme “Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen” from Mozart’s Opera “Die Zauberflöte”
Anner Bylsma – violoncello I,
Kenneth Slowik – violoncello II,
Stanley Hoogland – pianoforte

CD 08
01-04 Mendelssohn-Bartholdy – Octet for 4 Violins, 2 Violas & 2 Violoncellos in E-flat major, Op. 20
05-08 Gade – Octet for 4 Violins, 2 Violas & 2 Violoncellos in F major, Op. 17
L’Archibudelli & Smithsonian Chamber Players

CD 09
01-06 Mozart – Divertimento, KV. 563 for Violin, Viola & Cello
07-08 Mozart – Adagio & Fugue after Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, KV. 404a, No. 6 for Violin, Viola & Cello
09-10 Mozart – Adagio & Fugue after Johann Sebastian Bach, KV. 404a, No. 1 for Violin, Viola & Cello
11-12 Mozart – Adagio & Fugue after Johann Sebastian Bach, KV. 404a, No. 2 for Violin, Viola & Cello
13-14 Mozart – Adagio & Fugue after Johann Sebastian Bach, KV. 404a, No. 3 for Violin, Viola & Cello
L’Archibudelli

CD 10
01-04 Schubert – String Quintet in C major, D. 956 (op. Post. 163)
05 Schubert – Rondo in A major for Violin & String Quintet, D. 438
Anner Bylsma – violoncello,
Vera Beths – violin; Lisa Rautenberg – violin; Jody Gatwood – violin; Steven Dann – viola; Kenneth Slowik – violoncello

CD 11
01-03 Vivaldi – Concerto for Violoncello, Strings & Basso continuo, RV. 418
04-06 Vivaldi – Concerto for Strings & Basso continuo, RV. 117
07-09 Vivaldi – Concerto for Strings & Basso continuo, RV. 143
10-12 Vivaldi – Concerto for Violin, Violoncello, Strings & Basso continuo, RV. 547
13-15 Vivaldi – Concerto for 2 Violins, 2 Violoncellos, Strings & Basso continuo, RV. 575
16-18 Vivaldi – Concerto for 4 Violins, Strings & Basso continuo, RV. 549
19-21 Vivaldi – Concerto for Violoncello, Strings & Basso continuo, RV. 413
22-24 Vivaldi – Concerto for Strings & Basso continuo, RV. 134
25-27 Vivaldi – Concerto for Strings & Basso continuo, RV. 159
Anner Bylsma – violoncello,
Tafelmusik, Jeanne Lamon (on period instruments)

Links:
http://filepost.com/files/df182311/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part01.rar
http://filepost.com/files/2c77ebab/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part02.rar
http://filepost.com/files/15bmfm83/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part03.rar
http://filepost.com/files/8cma76d5/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part04.rar
http://filepost.com/files/57199ae3/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part05.rar
http://filepost.com/files/58f7f3f3/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part06.rar
http://filepost.com/files/1e3mm162/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part07.rar
http://filepost.com/files/d5af7b5f/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part08.rar
http://filepost.com/files/441cb857/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part09.rar
http://filepost.com/files/29bc1b43/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part10.rar
http://filepost.com/files/bc485d6d/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part11.rar
http://filepost.com/files/8a8c14m1/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part12.rar
http://filepost.com/files/7ca45e4b/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part13.rar
http://filepost.com/files/ad1mm556/Bylsma_-_70_Years_Limited_Edition.part14.rar

Staier: Concertos & Solo Works for Fortepiano (5CDs) – Salieri – Steffan – Clementi – Mozart – Field – Teldec

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CD 1 73:53
Antonio Salieri (1750-1825)
Concerto for Fortepiano & Orchestra C-Dur (1773?)
1. Allegro maestoso 9:27
2. Larghetto 7:39
3. Andantino 4:59
Concerto for Fortepiano & Orchestra B-Dur (1773?)
4. Allegro moderato 10:48
5. Adagio 7:40
6. Tempo di Menuetto 6:26
Joseph Anton Steffan (1726-1797)
Concerto for Fortepiano & Orchestra B-Dur (ca.1780-90)
7. Adagio non molto – Allegro 13:24
8. Andante non molto 7:57
9. Allegro 5:05
CD 2 67:23
Muzio Clementi (1752-1832)
1. Preludio, alla Haydn C-Dur (from Op.19, 1787) 1:25
Sonata f-moll Op.13 N.6
2. Allegro agitato 7:09
3. Largo e sostenuto 5:29
4. Presto 4:45
5. Capriccio B-Dur Opus 17 6:34
Allegro assai – Andantino – Allegro assai – Larghetto – Allegro assai
Sonata g-moll Op.34 N.2
6. Largo e sostenuto – Allegro con fuoco 8:02
7. Un poco adagio 6:06
8. Finale: Molto allegro 5:49
9. Preludio, alla Mozart A-Dur (from Opus 19) 1:55
Sonata F-Dur Op.33 N.2
10. Adagio 1:15
11. Allegro con fuoco 5:28
12. Presto 3:20
13. Fantasia c-moll on “Au clair de la lune”, Op.48 9:39
CD 3 61:08
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Piano Concerto No.9 Es-Dur K271 “Jeunehomme”
1. Allegro 10:43
2. Andantino 10:59
3. Rondeau: Presto 9:28
Piano Concerto No.17 G-Dur K453
4. Allegro 11:42
5. Andante 10:25
6. Allegretto – Finale: Presto 7:22
CD 4 54:34
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Concerto No.18 B-Dur K456
1. Allegro vivace 11:50
2. Andante un poco sostenuto 9:19
3. Allegro vivace 7:40
Piano Concerto No.19 F-Dur K459
4. Allegro vivace 11:20
5. Allegretto 6:50
6. Allegro assai 7:18
CD 5 61:42
John Field (1782-1837)
Piano Concerto No.2 As-Dur H31
1. Allegro moderato 17:09
2. Poco adagio: molto espressivo 3:42
3. Rondo: Moderato innocente 10:29
Piano Concerto No.3 Es-Dur H32
4. Allegro moderato 14:44
5. Nocturne N.2 c-moll: Moderato e molto espressivo 3:45
6. Rondo: Tempo di polacca

Links:

Faure: Quintettes, Quatuors, Trio (3CDs) – Erato

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CD1:
1-3 Quintette No.1 Op.89*/**D minor – 28’12
4-7 Quintette No.2 Op. 115*/**C minor – 30’50
CD2:
1-4 Quatuor No.1 Op.15*/***C minor – 30’26
5-7 Quatuor a cordes Op. 121**/E minor – 24’59
CD3:
1-4 Quatuor No.2 Op. 45*/***G minor – 33’47
5-7 Trio Op. 120*/***D minor – 20’08

Links:

Mozart: Symphonies Nos.35 , 40-41 – Karajan – EMI

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01. Symphony no. 41, K. 551 – 1. Allegro vivace 08:18
02. Symphony no. 41, K. 551 – 2. Andante cantabile 08:39
03. Symphony no. 41, K. 551 – 3. Menuetto (Allegretto) & Trio 05:12
04. Symphony no. 41, K. 551 – 4. Finale (Molto allegro) 06:11
05. Symphony no. 40, K. 550 – 1. Molto allegro 07:41
06. Symphony no. 40, K. 550 – 2. Andante 08:17
07. Symphony no. 40, K. 550 – 3. Menuetto (Allegretto) & Trio 04:29
08. Symphony no. 40, K. 550 – 4. Finale (Allegro assai) 04:42
09. Symphony no. 35, K. 385 – 1. Allegro con spirito 05:43
10. Symphony no. 35, K. 385 – 2. Andante 04:22
11. Symphony no. 35, K. 385 – 3. Menuetto & Trio 03:27
12. Symphony no. 35, K. 385 – 4. Finale (Presto) 03:38

Richter – Schumann: Schumann – Fantasie – Faschingsschwank aus Wien – Papillons – Olympia

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Schumann: Piano Works
Fantasie, Op.17: I: Durchaus phantastisch und leidenschaftlish vorzutragen
Fantasie, Op.17: II: Massig – Durchaus energisch
Fantasie, Op.17: III: Langsam getragen – Durchweg leise zu halten
Faschingeschwank aus Wien, Op.26: I: Allegro
Faschingeschwank aus Wien, Op.26: II: Romanze
Faschingeschwank aus Wien, Op.26: III: Scherzino
Faschingeschwank aus Wien, Op.26: IV: Intermezzo
Faschingeschwank aus Wien, Op.26: V: Final
Papillons, Op.2

Rodrigo: Complete Piano Music (3CDs) – Brilliant

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CD1:
Tres evocaciones
01. I. Tarde en el parque
02. II. Noche junto al Guadalquivir
03. III. Manana en Triana
04. Danza de la amapola
05. Sonada de adios
06. A l’ombre de Torre Bermeja
07. Preludio de anoranza
Suite para piano
08. I. Preludio
09. II. Siciliana
10. III. Bouree
11. IV. Minue
12. V. Rigodon
13. Cancion y danza
Sonatas de Castilla con Toccata a modo de Pregon
14. I. Toccata a modo de pregon
15. II. Sonata
16. III. Sonata en fa sostenido menor
17. IV. Sonata en Re
18. V. Sonata como un tiento
19. VI. Sonata en La
El album de Cecilia
20. I. Maria de los Reyes (sevillanas)
21. II. A la jota (jota de las palomas)
22. III. Cancion del hada rubia
23. IV. Cancion del hada morena
24. V. El negrito Pepo
25. VI. Borriquillos a Belen
Albert Guinovart, piano

CD2:
01. Serenata espanola
Cuatro estampas andaluzas
02. I. El vendedor de chanquetes
03. II. Crepusculo sobre el Guadalquivir
04. III. Seguidillas del diablo
05. IV. Barquito de Cadiz
Cinco piezas del siglo XVI
06. I. Diferencias sobre el Canto del Caballero (Antonio de Cabezon)
07. II. Pavana (Luys de Milan)
08. III. Pavana (Luys de Milan)
09. IV. Pavana (Enrique de Valderrabano)
10. V. Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa (Alonso Mudarra)
Cuatro piezas para piano
11. I. Caleseras (Homenaje a Chueca)
12. II. Fandango del ventorrillo
13. III. Plegaria de la Infanta de Castilla
14. IV. Danza valenciana
15. Preludio al gallo mananero
16. Zarabanda lejana
17. Bagatela
18. Air de ballet dur le nom d’une jeune fille
Deux berceuses
19. I. Berceuse de printemps
20. II. Berceuse d’automne
Tres danzas de Espana
21. I. Rustica
22. II. Danza de las tres doncellas
23. III. Serrana
24. Pastoral
Marta Zabaleta, piano

CD3:
Music for Piano Duet
Cinco piezas infantiles
01. I. Son chicos que pasan
02. II. despues de un cuento
03. III. Mazurka
04. IV. Plegaria
05. V. Griteria final
06. Gran marcha de los subsecretarios
07. Atardecer
08. Juglares
Sonatina para dos munecas
09. I. Empieza el dia
10. II. Alegres peripecias
11. III. Recogimiento
12. IV. Vuelta del cole
Albert Guinovart & Marta Zabaleta, pianos
Rodrigo plays Rodrigo
Recorded 1960
Cuatro danzas de Espana
13. I. Danza valenciana
14. II. Plegaria de la Infanta de Castilla
15. III. Caleseras (Homenaje a Chueca)
16. IV. Fandango del Ventorrillo
17. A l’ombre de Torre Bermeja
18. Gran marcha de los subsecretarios*
19. El vendor de chanquetes
20. Pastoral
21. Preludo al gallo mananero
22. Sonada de adios
Sonatas de Castilla con Toccata a modo de Pregon
23. IV. Sonata como un Tiento
24. I. Sonata en fa sostenido menor
Joaquin Rodrigo & *Victoria Kamhi, pianos

Mozart: The String Quintets – Amadeus Quartet – Aronowitz – DG

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1. Quintet for 2 Violins, 2 Violas and Cello no 1 in B flat major, K 174 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performer: Cecil Aronowitz (Viola), Norbert Brainin (Violin), Siegmund Nissel (Violin),
Peter Schidlof (Viola), Martin Lovett (Cello)
Orchestra/Ensemble: Amadeus String Quartet
Period: Classical
Written: 1773; Salzburg, Austria
Date of Recording: 09/1974
Venue: Palais Schönburg, Vienna, Austria
Length: 22 Minutes 18 Secs.
2. Quintet for 2 Violins, 2 Violas and Cello no 2 in C minor, K 406 (516b) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performer: Cecil Aronowitz (Viola), Norbert Brainin (Violin), Siegmund Nissel (Violin),
Peter Schidlof (Viola), Martin Lovett (Cello)
Orchestra/Ensemble: Amadeus String Quartet
Period: Classical
Written: 1788; Vienna, Austria
Date of Recording: 05/1968
Venue: UFA-Studio, Berlin, Germany
Length: 22 Minutes 32 Secs.
3. Quintet for 2 Violins, 2 Violas and Cello no 3 in C major, K 515 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performer: Cecil Aronowitz (Viola), Norbert Brainin (Violin), Siegmund Nissel (Violin),
Peter Schidlof (Viola), Martin Lovett (Cello)
Orchestra/Ensemble: Amadeus String Quartet
Period: Classical
Written: 1787; Vienna, Austria
Date of Recording: 05/1967
Venue: UFA-Studio, Berlin, Germany
Length: 31 Minutes 8 Secs.
4. Quintet for 2 Violins, 2 Violas and Cello no 4 in G minor, K 516 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performer: Cecil Aronowitz (Viola), Norbert Brainin (Violin), Siegmund Nissel (Violin),
Peter Schidlof (Viola), Martin Lovett (Cello)
Orchestra/Ensemble: Amadeus String Quartet
Period: Classical
Written: 1787; Vienna, Austria
Date of Recording: 09/1969
Venue: Michaelsheim, Berlin
Length: 34 Minutes 34 Secs.
5. Quintet for 2 Violins, 2 Violas and Cello no 5 in D major, K 593 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performer: Cecil Aronowitz (Viola), Norbert Brainin (Violin), Siegmund Nissel (Violin),
Peter Schidlof (Viola), Martin Lovett (Cello)
Orchestra/Ensemble: Amadeus String Quartet
Period: Classical
Written: 1790; Vienna, Austria
Length: 24 Minutes 4 Secs.
Notes: Town Hall, Walthamstow, London, England (1975)
6. Quintet for 2 Violins, 2 Violas and Cello no 6 in E flat major, K 614 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performer: Cecil Aronowitz (Viola), Norbert Brainin (Violin), Siegmund Nissel (Violin),
Peter Schidlof (Viola), Martin Lovett (Cello)
Orchestra/Ensemble: Amadeus String Quartet
Period: Classical
Written: 1791; Vienna, Austria
Date of Recording: 04/1968
Venue: UFA-Studio, Berlin, Germany
Length: 22 Minutes 34 Secs.

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Bruckner: Complete Symphonies (10CDs) – Centurion Classics

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Symphonie 0: Rozhdestvensky/USSR Ministry of Culture Orchestra 1983
Symphonie 1: Harold Byrns/RIAS Orchestra Berlin (wahrscheinlich eigentlich G.L. Jochum) 1956
Symphonie 2: G.L. Jochum/Linz Bruckner Orchestra 1944
Symphonie 3: Knappertsbusch/Berlin Philharmonic (wahrscheinlich eigentlich Bavarian State S.O.) 1954
Symphonie 4: Böhm/Staatskapelle Dresden 1936
Symphonie 5: Abendroth/Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra 1949
Symphonie 6: Swarowsky/Vienna Festival Orchestra (wahrscheinlich eigentlich Scholz) ?
Symphonie 7: Schuricht/Berlin Philharmonic 1938
Symphonie 8: Furtwängler/Berlin Philharmonic 1949
Symphonie 9: Schuricht/Berlin Municipal Orchestra 1943

Links:
http://filepost.com/files/f4b656d5/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part01.rar
http://filepost.com/files/34f32282/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part02.rar
http://filepost.com/files/9fae3m47/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part03.rar
http://filepost.com/files/6ef888a6/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part04.rar
http://filepost.com/files/7be6bb77/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part05.rar
http://filepost.com/files/318695mm/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part06.rar
http://filepost.com/files/me637b6m/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part07.rar
http://filepost.com/files/e8b7dc85/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part08.rar
http://filepost.com/files/54ad952b/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part09.rar
http://filepost.com/files/c45b6d4a/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part10.rar
http://filepost.com/files/f95m8ac1/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part11.rar
http://filepost.com/files/6abmmf79/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part12.rar
http://filepost.com/files/1e3225c6/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part13.rar
http://filepost.com/files/a7cfc6fe/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part14.rar
http://filepost.com/files/311b299m/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part15.rar
http://filepost.com/files/3a64bm25/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part16.rar
http://filepost.com/files/9158cde6/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part17.rar
http://filepost.com/files/26bb92b1/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part18.rar
http://filepost.com/files/4e4b3aa8/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part19.rar
http://filepost.com/files/a58b1mbb/Bruckner_-_Complete_Symphonies_(10CDs).part20.rar

Bruckner: Symphony No. 4 – Abbado

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Anton Bruckner – Symphony No. 4 (Claudio Abbado & Lucerne Festival Orchestra) – 2007, Lucerne Festival

01. I. Bewegt, nicht zu schnell
02. II. Andante, quasi allegretto
03. III. Scherzo. Bewegt – Trio. Nicht zu schnell
04. IV. FInale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell

Gluck – Orfeo Ed Euridice (2CDs) – Fasano – Verrett – Moffo

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“Shirley Verrett makes a deeply impressive Orfeo, firm and pure in sound, classically restrained in expression; and her “Che farO”, at a moderate, beautifully judged speed, is very finely sung, poised and quietly moving. The set is conducted by Renato Fasano, whose pacing of the score shows a very sure touch. The dance music has a grace and lightness, and a stylistic command, that one might not have expected from an orchestra which in those days seemed to be fed chiefly on a diet of Vivaldi.”(Gramophone)

CD1
01. Overtura
02. Atto I. Ah! se intorno a quest’urna funesta (Coro, Orfeo)
03. Amici, quel lamento aggrava il mio dolore (Orfeo)
04. Pantomime
05. Ah, se intorno a quest’urna funesta (Coro)
06. Restar vogl’io da sol fra l’ombre oscure (Orfeo)
07. Chiamo il mio ben cosi (Orfeo)
08. Euridice, Euridice, omra cara (Orfeo)
09. Cerco il mio ben cosi (Orfeo)
10. Euridice! Euridice! (Orfeo)
11. Piango il mio ben cosi (Orfeo)
12. O Numi, barbari Numi (Orfeo)
13. Amore assistera l’infelice consorte! (Amore)
14. Se il dolce suon de la tua lira (Amore)
15. Ciel! Lei riveder potro! (Orfeo, Amore)
16. Gli sguardi trattieni (Amore)
17. Che disse? Che ascoltai! (Orfeo)
18. Atto II. Scena 1. Introduzione
19. Chi mai dell’Erebo (Coro)
20. Ballo
21. Chi mai dell’Erebo (Coro)
22. Deh! placatevi con me! (Orfeo, coro)
23. Misero giovine! Che vuoi, che mediti? (Coro)
24. Mille pene, ombre sdegnose (Orfeo)
25. Ah! quale incognito affetto flebile (Coro)
26. Men tiranne, ah, voi sareste (Orfeo)
27. Ah! quale incognito affetto flebile (Coro)
28. Ballo delle Furie
29. Scena 2. Ballo degli Spiriti Beati
30. Air
31. Questo asilo di placide calme (Euridice, coro)

CD2
01. Che puro ciel! Che chiaro sol! (Orfeo)
02. Vieni ai regni del riposo (Coro)
03. Ballo degli Eroi
04. O voi, ombre felici (Orfeo, coro)
05. Torna, o bella, al tuo consorte (Coro)
06. Atto III. Vieni! segui i miei passi (Orfeo, Euridice)
07. Vieni, appaga il tuo consorte! (Orfeo, Euridice)
08. Qual vita e questa mai (Euridice)
09. Che fiero momento! (Euridice)
10. Avveza al contento d’un placido obblio (Euridice, Orfeo)
11. Che fiero momento! (Euridice)
12. Ecco novel tormento! (Orfeo, Euridice)
13. Che faro senza Euridice? (Orfeo)
14. Ah! Finisca e per sempre (Orfeo)
15. Orfeo! Che fai? (Amore, Orfeo)
16. Trionfi Amore! (Orfeo, Amore, Euridice, coro)
17. Ballo: Gracieux
18. Gavotte
19. Air vif
20. Menuet
21. Divo Amore, son tue pene (Euridice, Orfeo, Amore, coro)
22. Ballo: Maestoso
23. Tres lentement
24. Chaconne

Performer:
Orfeo – Shirley Verrett
Euridice – Anna Moffo
Amore – Judith Raskin
Polyphonic Chorus of Rome
Instrumental Ensemble of the Collegium Musicum Italicum
I Virtuosi di Roma
Conductor – Renato Fasano

Bjoerling – The Pearl Fishers Duet

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01. The Pearl Fishers – Au fond du temple saint [0:04:45.84]
02. Tosca – Mario, Mario, Mario [0:13:24.00]
03. Don Carlo – Io l’ho perduta [0:10:36.46]
04. Manon Lescaut – Tu, tu, amore [0:07:59.93]
05. La Boheme – O Mimi, tu piu non torni [0:04:18.26]
06. La Forza del Destino – Solenne in quest’ ora [0:04:19.73]
07. Aida – La fatal pietra [0:12:04.13]
08. Turandot – Signore, ascolta [0:07:50.42]
09. Otello – Si, pel ciel marmoreo giuro [0:04:26.37]
with
1- Robert Merrill
2 – Zinka Milanov
3 – Licia Albanese
4 – Renata Tebaldi