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Maazel DVD2
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Two weeks ago RAI 3 rebroadcasted at there weekend night concert more
than three hours from performances Paul Hindemith conducting various
Italian orchestras between 1955 and 1962; not only works by himself
but also Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Webern and Blacher.

Digital recording via satelite, 192 kbps/mono
After rejoining with HJ split you will find a zip-file containing
three folders for three CDs

CD 1:
Concert from 24 march 1962 with Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI

L. van Beethoven: Grande Fuga in si bem. magg. per archi op.133.
J. Brahms: Variazioni su un tema di Haydn in si bemolle maggiore op.56a.
P. Hindemith: Kammermusik n.2 op.36 n.1; Concerto per pianoforte
obbligato e 12 strumenti. Marcello Abbado, pianoforte. Solisti
dell'Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della Rai


CD 2:
Concert from 22 march 1958 with Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI

P. Hindemith: Concerto per violino e orchestra. Pina Carmirelli, violino.
P. Hindemith: Sinfonia in mi bemolle maggiore.


CD 3:

J. S. Bach: Suite per orchestra n.1 in do maggiore BWV 1066. Orchestra
Sinfonica di Roma della Rai. 15 january 1955.

P. Hindemith: da "Ite, angeli veloces", cantata su testo di Paul
Claudel in tre parti: Parte II, "Custos quid de nocte", per tenore,
coro e orchestra. Gino Sinimberghi, tenore. Orchestra Sinfonica e Coro
di Torino della Rai. Direttore, 14 march 1958
P. Hindemith: Concerto per orchestra op.38. Orchestra Sinfonica di
Torino della Rai. 14 march 1958.

A. Webern: Sinfonia per orchestra da camera op.21. Orchestra del
Teatro La Fenice di Venezia. 14 april 1961.
B. Blacher: Variazioni per orchestra su un tema di Paganini. Orchestra
del Teatro La Fenice di Venezia. 14 april 1961.


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ripped from my dvd of PBS TV broadcast

Broadcast live on PBS tv
December 31, 2007

Live From Lincoln Center:
"New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve:
Joshua Bell's Romantic Violin"

New York Philharmonic
Loren Maazel, Conductor
Joshua Bell, Violin
Hosted by Renee Fleming

Part 1

Dukas
Sorcerer's Apprentice (1897)

Saint-Saens
Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso (1863)
Bell, Violin

Kreisler
Leibeslied & Liebesfreud
Bell, Violin

Tchaikovsky
Selections from Swan Lake Op.20 (1875-76)

Part 2

Ravel
Tzigane, Concert Rhapsody (1924)
Bell, Violin

Tchaikovsky
None But the Lonely Heart
Bell Violin

Ponce
Estrellita
Bell, Violin

Ravel
Bolero (1928)

DOWNLOAD LINKS SHOULD NOT BE PASSED OUTSIDE THIS GROUP, PUBLISHED ON BLOGS OR
PUBLISHED ON OTHER GROUPS BY ANY MEMBER OTHER THAN THE UPLOADER.


http://rapidshare.com/files/81854525/NewYear1.mp3
http://rapidshare.com/files/81860136/NewYear2.mp3
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Two works by Gustav Mahler given at live performances with
the Orchestra Sinfonico di Roma della RAI

File 1 includes a Lied von der Erde with a cast never recorded
commercially. Michel Se'ne'chal and Marga Ho"ffgen sang under Lorin
Maazel on 7 March 1959

File two is Symphonie No. 4 in G major under Bruno Walter, the
soprano
solo sang by Carla Schlean, the performance took place on 19 April
1952.

Both recorded from RAI 3 via satelite

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MaazelDVD
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Concert of April 15, 1978

Elliot Carter: Symphony of Three Orchestras
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliott_Carter

Debussy: Jeux
Intermission: Interview with Elliot Carter
Wagner: Wesendonck Lieder
Wagner: Gotterdamerung - Dawn, Siegfried's Rhine Journey
Wagner: Tristan: Prelude & Liebestod

Jessye Norman, soprano
Cleveland Orchestra,
Lorin Maazel conductor
excellent stereo broadcast sound, 192 kbps mp3 files, with cuesheets.
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Wagner
The Ring Without Words 
(arr. by Lorin Maazel of 
Orchestral Music from 
Der Ring des Nibelungen	74'



Orchestra of the Academy of Santa Cecilia, Rome
Lorin Maazel, conductor


Concert Archive 211  
Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome,  Subscription Concert 2001 - 2002
Wednesday 14 November 2001, Auditorio Pio, Rome

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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
Saturday 2 June 2007

BRAHMS
Variations on the St. Anthony Chorale (18:49)

BRAHMS
A German Requiem (1:13:15)

Lorin Maazel, Conductor
Celena Shafer, Soprano
Matthias Goerne, Baritone
New York Choral Artists

Subscription Concert Season 2006 - 2007 -- Radio Broadcast
Concert Archive 089
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Berlioz
Le carnaval romain, overture	9'

Maazel
Farewells, 
symphonic movement	28'

Dvo??k
Symphony No. 9 in E minor, 'From the New World'	39'



Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Lorin Maazel, conductor






Concert Archive 253
Wiener Philharmoniker - 1999 - 2000 Season, 5th Subscription Concert
Sunday 27 February 2000, Musikverein, Vienna


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Brahms
Variations on a Theme by Haydn	18'

Eliott Carter
Variations for Orchestra	24'

Bruch
Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor	25'

Kodaly
Dances of Galanta	17'



Gil Shaham, violin

New York Philharmonic
Lorin Maazel, conductor





Concert Archive 475
New York Philharmonic, 2005 - 2006 Season
Thursday 16 February 2006, Avery Fisher Hall, New York

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PROKOFIEV PIANO CONCERTO NO 3

Dimitris Sgouros (piano)

Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
Lorin Maazel (conductor)

Live in concert, January 1996

256kbps MP3 stereo
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Tchaikovsky
Variations on a Rococo Theme	20'

Tchaikovsky
Symphony No. 6 in B minor, 'Path?tique'	48'



Johannes Moser, cello

New York Philharmonic
Lorin Maazel, conductor



Concert Archive 328
New York Philharmonic Tchaikovsky Experience 2007 - 2008
Saturday 13 October 2007, Avery Fisher Hall, New York


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Tchaikovsky
Selections from Swan Lake	23'

Tchaikovsky
Symphony No. 5 in E minor	49'



New York Philharmonic
Lorin Maazel, conductor


Concert Archive 328
New York Philharmonic Tchaikovsky Experience 2007 - 2008
Thursday 11 October 2007, Avery Fisher Hall, New York


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WQXR FM radio broadcast
November 1, 2007
Program #5

The New York Philharmonic

CONDUCTOR: Lorin Maazel
SOLOIST: Janine Jansen, violin

Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 35
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, Op. 36
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WQXR Radio broadcast October 25, 2007
Program Four

The New York Philharmonic
CONDUCTOR: Lorin Maazel

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 3 in D Major, Op. 29, Polish
Tchaikovsky: Manfred Symphony, Op. 58
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Berio
Four Original Versions of Boccherini's La ritirata notturna di Madrid	6'

Beethoven
Violin Concerto in D major	46'

Tchaikovsky
Symphony No. 2 in C minor, 'Little Russian'	35'



Lisa Batiashvili, violin

New York Philharmonic
Lorin Maazel, conductor




Concert Archive 268
New York Philharmonic 1st Subscription Concert 2007 - 2008
Thursday 20 September 2007, Avery Fisher Hall, New York


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WQXR radio broadcast October 11, 2007
Program 2

New York Philharmonic
CONDUCTOR: Lorin Maazel
SOLOIST: Simon Trpceski, piano


Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 23
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 13, Winter Dreams
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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
Thursday 24 May 2007




RIMSKY-KORSAKOV
Russian Easter Festival Overture (16:35)

SAINT-SA?NS
Violin Concerto No. 3 in B minor (32:54)

BART?K
Concerto for Orchestra (40:28)




Lorin Maazel, conductor 
Julian Rachlin, violin




Subscription Season 2006 - 2007 - Radio Broadcast
Concert Archive 083


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Mahler, Sinfonie Nr.7, New York Phil, L. Maazel (LIVE, June 	  Message List  
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The final concert of the New York Phil's 2006/2007 season, this performance of
Mahler's
Seventh conducted by Lorin Maazel is quite something. For one thing it is
massive - at
almost 90 minutes in length (he takes 26 minutes over the first movement alone)
it's one of
the longest I can recall (even allowing for applause after the first movement).
Yet, the
performance never seems to lose momentum, and the Rondo-Finale is breathtaking.
As is the
playing - from the outset the brass of the New York Phil are in sensational
shape. Perhaps
not a performance for every day listening, but as a one off concert it must have
made quite
an impact.

Broadcast
Ripped at 256 kbps and in excellent sound.
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Rossini
The Silken Ladder, Overture	6'

Mendelssohn
Symphony No. 4 in A major, 'Italian'	27'

Glazunov
Violin Concerto in A minor	20'

Johann Strauss II
The Blue Danube, Waltz	11'



James Ehnes, violin

New York Philharmonic
Lorin Maazel, conductor






Concert Archive 485
New York Philharmonic, 2007 - 2008 Season
Friday 23 November 2007, Avery Fisher Hall, New York

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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
Sunday 6 May 2007




BRAHMS
Symphony No. 3 in F (29:31)

BRAHMS
Symphony No. 4 in E minor (19:55)





Lorin Maazel, conductor 



SubscriptionConcert Season 2006 - 2007 - Radio Broadcast
Concert Archive 087

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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
Friday 30 April 2007




BRAHMS
Tragic Overture (13:35)

BRAHMS
Double Concerto in A minor (36:03)

BRAHMS
Symphony No. 2 in D major (44:00)



Lorin Maazel, Conductor
Glenn Dicterow, Violin
Carter Brey, Cello



Subscription Concert Season, 2006 - 2007 - Radio Broadcast
Concert Archive 139

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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
Thursday 19 April 2007



BRAHMS
Academic Festival Overture (11:15)

BRAHMS
Violin Concerto in D major (42:45)

BRAHMS
Symphony No. 1 in C minor (46:54)



Lorin Maazel, conductor
Julia Fischer, violin


Subscription Concerts 2006 -2007 - Radio Broadcast
CONCERT ARCHIVE 123

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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
Thursday 28 September 2006




SHOSTAKOVICH
Cello Concerto No. 1 (34:00)

SHOSTAKOVICH
Symphony No. 5 in D minor (28:08)



Lorin Maazel, Conductor
Lynn Harrell, cello



Subscription Concert Season, 2006 - 2007 - Radio Broadcast
Concert Archive 130

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Mozart
Symphony No. 39 in E flat major, K543	31'

Mozart
Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K550	31'

Mozart
Symphony No. 41 in C major, 
'Jupiter', K551	38'



New York Philharmonic
Lorin Maazel, conductor




Concert Archive 468
New York Philharmonic, 2005 - 2006 Season
Thursday 9 February 2006, Avery Fisher Hall, New York

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Mozart
Symphony No. 28 in C major, K200	19'

Mozart
Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major, K.218	26'

Mozart
Symphony No. 35 in D major 
'Haffner', K385	18'

Mozart
Mass in C major, 'Coronation', K317	27'



Sheryl Staples, violin
Celena Shafer, soprano
Joyce DiDonato, mezzo-soprano
John Tessier, tenor
Nathan Berg, bass-baritone

Westminster Symphonic Choir
New York Philharmonic
Lorin Maazel, conductor


Concert Archive 467
New York Philharmonic, 2005 - 2006 Season
Thursday 26 January 2006, Avery Fisher Hall, New York

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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
Thursday 21 September 2006




WEBER
Oberon, Overture (9:51)

MOZART
Exsultate, jubilate, K.165 (15:03)

MAHLER
Symphony No. 4 in G major (64:07)



Lorin Maazel, Conductor
Heidi Grant Murphy, soprano



Subscription Concert Season, 2006 - 2007 - Radio Broadcast
Concert Archive 132

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Elliott Carter
Dialogues for Piano and Orchestra	16'

Stravinsky
Concerto for Piano and Winds	22'

Berlioz
Symphonie fantastique	52'



Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano

New York Philharmonic
Lorin Maazel, conductor




Concert Archive 392
New York Philharmonic Subscription Season 2005 - 2006
Thursday 1 June 2006, Avery Fisher Hall, New York


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Berlioz
Harold in Italy	44'

Mahler
Symphony No. 1 in D major	55'



Cynthia Phelps, viola

New York Philharmonic
Lorin Maazel, conductor




Concert Archive 350
New York Philharmonic 2005 - 2006 Season
Friday 26 May 2006, Avery Fisher Hall, New York


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MAHLER Symphony no. 6

Lorin Maazel, conductor
New York Philharmonic
June 2005
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MAHLER Symphony no. 6

Lorin Maazel, conductor
New York Philharmonic
June 2005
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Joseph Haydn - " The Creation "

Thomas Quasthoff - Barbara Boney - Bruce Ford
New York Phil. Orch. Conductor : Lorin Maazel
14-02-04
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> Following a private request here it is re-uploaded in MP3 128Kbps:
>
> http://rapidshare.de/files/25799392/V-R_Nicolesco.zip
>
> --- In OperaShare@yahoogroups.com, "bogdanmihaifigaro"
>  wrote:
> >
> > Giueppe Verdi
> > Messa da Requiem
> > Live from Cleveland (private reccording)
> > 15 / 05 / 1982
> >
> > Cleveland Symphony Orchestra
> > Dirigent - Lorin Maazel
> >
> > Mariana Nicolesco - soprano
> > Peter Dvorsky - tenore
> > Dunia Dvejovek - mezzosoprano
> > John Paul Bogart - basso
> >
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 Mahler, Symphony Nr.9, BRSO, L. Maazel (LIVE, 2002) 	  Message List  
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First of two uploads of Mahler's 9th with the Bavarian Radio Symphony
Orchestra and Lorin Maazel. This one was recorded on June 9, 2002 at a
concert in the Philharmonie im Gasteig, Munich.
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Mahler, Symphony Nr.10 (Adagio), BRSO, L. Maazel (LIVE, 200 	  Message List  
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First movement of Mahler's Tenth, recorded June 9, 2002 at a concert
in the Philharmonie im Gasteig, Munich - that is, from the same
concert as the 2002 Mahler 9.
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Mahler, Symphonie Nr.2, Bavarian RSO, L.Maazel (LIVE, 2002) 	  Message List  
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Gwendolyn Bradley, Iris Vermillion, Bavarian Radio Chorus, Bavarian
Radio Symphony Orchestra and Lorin Maazel.

Recorded in Munich on Feb 20, 2002.

Uploaded at 320 kbps.
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JOSEPH HAYDN
Die Sch?pfung

Sylvia Greenberg, Sopran
Bruce Ford, Tenor
Albert Dohmen, Bass
Andrea Rost (Sopran) Eva
Thomas Mohr (Bariton) Adam

Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Dir.: Lorin Maazel

N?rnberg, 2001

Digital Satellite Radio 224 kbps

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W. Furtwängler: Sym. No.3 in C sharp minor
(three mvt version)

BPO/Lorin Maazel

rec. Berlin, 30th Nov.19th 1979

(Furtwängler Gedenk-Konzert, 25th Anniversary)

mp3 119 kbps with cue sheet
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W. Furtwängler: Sym. No.3 in C sharp minor
(three mvt version)

BPO/Lorin Maazel

rec. Berlin, 30th Nov.19th 1979

(Furtwängler Gedenk-Konzert, 25th Anniversary)

mp3 119 kbps with cue sheet
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DVD1
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Messiaen: Oiseaux exotiques
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Oct 13&14, 1966
Source: Broadcast (Norm Pellegrini, announcer)
Recording equipment/generation unknown
One track, FLAC, 82mb, 14'58"


Nielsen: Symphony #4 (Inextinguishable)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Sep 29, 1966
From the first concert in newly-renovated Orchestra Hall.
Source: Broadcast (Norm Pellegrini, announcer).
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One track, split into 3 parts.
Use HJSplit to join the parts.
After joining: One track, FLAC format, 36'15".


Enescu: Suite #1
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Feb 2, 1967
Source: Broadcast.
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One Zip file, split into 2 parts.
Use HJSplit to join the parts.
After unzipping: 4 FLAC tracks/mvmts, approx 26'.


Stravinsky: Firebird Suite (1919)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Oct 7, 1965
Source: Broadcast.
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One FLAC file, 19'54".


Bartok: Miraculous Mandarin suite
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Mar 24, 1966
Source: Broadcast.
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One FLAC file, 17'03".


Prokofiev: The Love for Three 3 Oranges--suite
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Nov 18, 1965
Source: Broadcast
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One Zip file, unpacks to a file with 6 FLAC tracks,


Schoenberg: Five Pieces for Orchestra, Op.16
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Oct 22, 1966
This performance took place two days later than the
CSO/Martinon performance I uploaded last week (see
message #45440). This 9/22 performance was not in
Orchestra Hall, but in the University of Chicago's
Mandel Hall. The different acoustic is apparent.
Source: Broadcast
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One Zip file, unpacks to 5 FLAC tracks, approx 17'.


Ravel: Introduction and Allegro
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Edward Druzinsky, harp
May 9, 1968
Source: Broadcast.
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One FLAC file, 9'11".


Nielsen: Symphony #4 (Inextinguishable)
Hague Orchestra/Jen Martinon
Oct 23, 1975
Superb-sounding in-house recording
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One track, split into 2 parts.
Use HJSplit to join the parts.
After joining: One track, FLAC format, 34'41".


Schoenberg: Five Pieces
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Oct 20, 1966
Source: Broadcast (Norm Pellegrini, announcer).
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One track, split into 2 parts.
Use HJSplit to join the parts.
After joining: One track, FLAC format, 20'14".


Stravinsky: Variations for Orchestra
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
Oct 20, 1966
Source: Broadcast (Norm Pellegrini, announcer).
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One track, FLAC, 6'18".


Debussy: La Mer
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
May 9, 1968
Source: Broadcast.
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One Zip file, split into 2 parts.
Use HJSplit to join the parts.
After unzipping: 3 FLAC tracks/mvmts, approx 22'.


Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Jean Martinon
May 13, 1967
Source: Broadcast.
Recording equipment/generation unknown.
One FLAC file, 21'57".


Ravel: Concerto en sol
Jeanne-Marie Darre'
Orchestre National (RTF)
Jean Martinon
23. iii. 1956


Richard Strauss Tod und Verkla"rung (Death and Transfiguration)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Jean Martinon, conductor
In-concert recording, October 20, 1966

originally paired with:

Be'la Barto'k Concerto for Orchestra
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Jean Martinon, conductor
In-concert recording, Nov. 7, 1968



Mahler Symphony No. 10 (first performing version by Deryck Cooke)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Jean Martinon, conductor
Recorded in concert at Orchestra Hall, November 21, 1968
PLEASE NOTE: This is a live concert recording from archived tape --
NOT the version from the CSO's commercial CD Collector Set compiled
from performances of 11/21 & 11/22.


Jean Martinon, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
from the concerts of October 12/13 1967
Luigi Dallapiccola: Variations for Orchestra
stereo mp3, 192 kbps.
The rest of the concert included the Mozart 3 piano concerto with the
Casadesus family, La Valse,
Franck's Symphonic Variations, and the Schumann Genoveva Overture.


Martinon/CSO Bizet Symphony in C (April 21, 1966)
Martinon/Chicago Symphony material being posted, I'd like to contribute
a wonderful performance that I taped from a 1977 post-CSO Marathon re-
broadcast of Bizet's Symphony in C that was given in Orchestra Hall on
April 21, 1966. The sound, from the unsurpassed broadcast signal
quality of WFMT, Chicago is superb. The file is uploaded as an mp3 at
320Kbps. The performance, which preceded the conductor's and
orchestra's RCA recording, easily goes in a class with the 1962
Munch/RPO (Reader's Digest/Chesky) and 1963 Bernstein/NYP (CBS/Sony),


Richard Strauss Tod und Verkla"rung (Death and Transfiguration)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Jean Martinon, conductor
In-concert recording, October 20, 1966


Be'la Barto'k Concerto for Orchestra
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Jean Martinon, conductor
In-concert recording, Nov. 7, 1968
Unfortunatly, neither have made it to current CSO's collector CD
sets.; it's a pity (scandal?) Martinon isn't more substantially
represented in existing editions (though his 1967 Mahler 3 is
spectacular!).
Splendid sound, 320k MP3s


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Here is a performance of Bartok's Bluebeard's Castle with Jean Martinon
conducting the Chicago Symphony. Soloist are Evelyn Lear and Thomas
Stewart. Performance date is 4-27-67. 

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Stravinsky: Le Rossignol
Janine Micheau (Rossignol)
Genevie`ve Moizan (Cuisinie`re)
Janine Collard (Mort)
Jean Giraudeau (Pe^cheur)
Choeur et Orchestre National
Jean Martinon
29. v. 1952


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1. Bartok. Vioolconcert nr. 2. Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterlo. Henryk Szering, viool. Concert gegeven op 25-6-1962 in het Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. NCRV-opname. 

2. Bruckner. Symfonie nr. 7 in E. Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo. KRO-opname van 2-4-1958.





Brahms 4 was recorded from a 96 kbs stream (performance was
so nice, I included it here), the rest was recorded from 128kbs and
192kbs streams.
From braodcast one:

J. Brahms. Symphony nr. 4 opus 98 in e. Radio Filharmonisch Orkest
Willem van Otterloo.

1. Beethoven. Ouverture Coriolan.
2. Beethoven. Meeresstille und glueckliche Fahrt opus 112.
3. Beethoven. Fantasie opus 80 in c for piano, choir en orchestra.
Youri Egorov, piano.
4. Rachmaninov. Rhapsodie opus 43 on a theme by Niccolo Paganini.
5. Tsjaikovsky. Ouverture Romeo & Julia.
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest & Groot Omroepkoor Willem van Otterloo.
Concert 10-3-1978 Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.

C. Schubert/orch. W. van Otterloo. Fantasie opus 103 in f Radio
kamerorkest o.l.v. Jos van Immerseel

From broadcast 2:

1. Bartok. violin concerto nr. 2.
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterlo.
Henryk Szering, violin.
25-6-1962 Concertgebouw Amsterdam.

2. Bruckner. Symphony nr. 7 in E. Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v.
Willem van Otterloo. 2-4-1958.

From broadcast 3:

1. Eine Balletsuite op. 130 Max Reger
in D gr.t.
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
2 -3 1978




2. Pianoconcerto nr. 5 op. 73
Ludwig van Beethoven
in Es gr.t.
- Allegro
- Adagio un poco mosso
- Rondo (Allegro)
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
Arthur Rubinstein, piano
29 april 1969 Concertgebouw in Amsterdam



3. Eline, nocturne Alexander Voormolen
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
22 april 1972


4. Concerto op. 71 voor 2 Lex van Delden
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
6 juni 1970


5. Symphony nr. 3 op. 55 Ludwig van Beethoven
in Es maj "Eroica"
- Allegro con brio
- Marcia funebre (Adagio assai)
- Scherzo (Allegro vivace)
- Allegro molto, poco andante, presto
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
20 april 1972



MAURICE RAVEL.
Le tombeau de Couperin.
Recorded on 23 February 1978.

RICHARD STRAUSS.
Der Bu"rger als Edelmann opus 60.
Recorded on 23 February 1978.

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Symfonie No. 4 in B Flat Major Op.60
Recorded on 23 February 1978.

CHARLES KOECHLIN.
Partita for strings opus 205.
Recorded on 6 December 1974.

LOUIS SPOHR.
Concerto for string quartet and orchestra in a minor Op.131
Recorded on 1 April 1961

Dutch Radio Chamber Orchestra
conducted by Willem van Otterloo.

All radio recordings, broadcast by Dutch Radio 4
Digital satellite, MP3, 192 kbps

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BIS 19 november 2007 RFO o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
20.00 - 22.45 

1. Eine Balletsuite op. 130		Max Reger				17'00
    in D gr.t.
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
AVRO opname van 2 maart 1978
						EM-780302A1 kant/band 2-2



2. Pianoconcert nr. 5 op. 73		Ludwig van Beethoven		42'20
    in Es gr.t.
-	Allegro
-	Adagio un poco mosso
-	Rondo (Allegro)
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
Solist: Arthur Rubinstein, piano
VARA opname van 29 april 1969 in het Concertgebouw in Amsterdam
						HM 14389 kant/band 2-2


3. Eline, nocturne voor orkest	Alexander Voormolen		 9'58
    Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
NCRV opname van 22 april 1972
						EM-72-4009 kant/band 1-3 


4. Concert op. 71 voor 2		Lex van Delden			18'30
    strijkorkesten
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
KRO opname van 6 juni 1970
						EM 70-4162 kant/band 1-2

5. Symfonie nr. 3 op. 55 		Ludwig van Beethoven		52'25
    in Es gr.t. "Eroica"
-	Allegro con brio
-	Marcia funebre (Adagio assai)
-	Scherzo (Allegro vivace)
-	Allegro molto, poco andante, presto
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo
TROS opname van 20 april 1972
						EM-72-4243 kant/band (3-4)-4

6. Introductie en Allegro		Willem van Otterloo		12'47
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Jan Krenz
NOS opname van 15 november 1985
							HM 12605


Redactie: Siebe Riedstra

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Bartokradio
2008-Jan-18
320kbps

19.35:	 A Liszt Ferenc Kamarazenekar Johann Sebastian Bach-m?veket jatszik
(Hangversenymester: Rolla Janos)
Kozrem?kodik: Szvjatoszlav Richter - zongora
1. A fuga m?veszete BWV.1080 - reszletek,
2. D-dur zongoraverseny BWV.1054. (Richter),
3. III. brandenburgi verseny,
4. g-moll zongoraverseny BWV.1058. (Richter),
(Zeneakademia nagyterem, 1991. junius 9.)
20.57:	 Francia kamaramuzsika

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They are all live-recordings broadcast by Radio France
Musique ca 20 years ago. Maybe they have been released since on CD,
but ILve found no trace. Main piece is from Wagner Go"tterda"mmerung the
last scene incl Marche fune`bre and Sce`ne dLimmolation with Martha
Mo"dl. Unfortunatly it is just this recording with a little break in
the middle - due to tape-change - but you will enjoy it however:
NB. The sound is not very good; remastered a bit, but, as always
carefully.


1. Tchaikovsky - Rome'o et Juilette - Fantaisie-Ouverture
Orchestre National
(14.iv.1955)


2. Wagner - Cre'puscule des Dieux - Finale
M. Mo"dl
Orchestre philharmonique de la radiodiffusion franc,aise
(Vichy, 1.vii.1957)


3. Scho"nberg: Nuit transfigure'e
Philharmonie tche`que
(Prague, 12.vii.1959)


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G. Sebastian, Mahler 1 (1960); Wagner (1949)

Mahler 1, OPRTF, 28-4-1960
Wagner, Lohengrin, Prelude in Act 3, RIAS Berlin, 29-3-1949

Interview included.

Digital Satellite Broadcasts

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Haydn
Symphony No. 39 in G minor 19'

Bruckner
Symphony No. 3 in D minor 63'

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Kurt Sanderling, conductor

Concert Archive 267
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Subscription Concert 1996 -- 1997
Friday 8 November 1996, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
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Dimitrij Schostakowitsch
Sinfonie Nr. 9 h-moll, op. 54

1. Largo   17:56
2. Allegro   6:35
3. Presto   7:55

Sinfonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Dir.: Kurt Sanderling

Munchen, 29. Oktober 1999

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Constantin Silvestri Conducting the LPO (I think - could it be
Bournemouth) - Date of BBC broadcast was 27 November 1967

Faure: Penelope Prelude
Koechlin: Five Chorales in Medieval Modes
Ravel: Daphnis & Chloe Suite No. 2
Koechlin: Symphony No. 2 - UK premiere


Fascinating concert in excellent sound - most likely mono with slight
phase difference between channels on my source, but I uploaded it as
joint stereo at 192 kbps with cuesheets. If anyone could clarify the
venue for this concert, I'd be grateful.


Here's an absolute thriller of a Tchaikovsky Manfred Symphony with
Constantin Silvestri with the Philadelphia Orchestra from November
24/25, 1961. I'll continue with the Britten Purcell Vars. and a work
by Silvestri that concluded this concert next time. I don't see any
issue of this concert anywhere. This is from a CDR made from a 1st
gen. reel to reel copy off the master.

Meanwhile thanks to pyochungsa for finally completing my Dvorak 7-9
with the 9th this morning. I've also got the EMI Elgar "In the South"
Overture ready to go, as I see it's OOP, and it's another desert
island Silvestri performance.


---------------
France Musique, all with Constantin Silvestri conducting.

Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis as
well as Silvestri's own "Prelude, Fugue and Toccata" and the march
from Prokofiev's "Love for Three Oranges")

Schubert's Symphony No. 2)

All with the Orchestre National de l'ORTF's orchestra and I think all
from Paris, but unfortunately I did not write down the original
dates...the announcer after each piece sometimes mentions the dates.

---------------
Silvestri novembr 24 or 25 ?
01-Britten_ Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell.m
p03-Silvestri_ Prelude and Fugue (Toccata), Op. 17A, No. 2.mp3

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it stops quite in the middle of the fascinum: in the Incarnatus est. What a
break! And what a performance! Never released. Just enjoy it.


Mp3-transfer 256kBit/s

http://rapidshare.com/files/31869372/Silvestri_Mozart_Mass.zip

Emilia Petrescu (s)
Elena Cernei (m)
Aurel Alexandrescu (t)
Alexandru Voinescu (b)
Choir and Symphonic Orchestra of the Rumanian Radio
Constantin Silvestri

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This is a complete live concert given at Hamburg Musikhalle on June
4th 1962 and rebroadcasted some years ago.

Mozart: Symphony D Major KV 385 "Haffner"
Mozart: Piano concerto E flat Major KV 449
Stravinsky: Capriccio for piano and orchestra
Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps

Monique Haas, piano
NDR-Sinfonieorchester
Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt

Mono broadcast ripped to 320 kbps

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piano-recital by Roger Woodward from January
6th this year (Studio Radio Bremen), recently broadcast by Radio
Bremen (ADR-satellite-Radio). The programm included :

Debussy -- Estampes: Pagodes, Soire'es dans Grenade, Jardins sous la pluie

Debussy -- Pre'ludes -- 2e`me livre (! not 1st): Brouillards, Feuilles
mortes, Puerta del vino, Les fe'es sont dLexquises danseuses, Bruye`res,
Ge'ne'ral Lavine eccentric, La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune,
Ondine, Hommage a` Pickwick, Canope, Les tierces alterne'es, Feux dLartifice

Chopin -- 3 Mazurkas op. 59

Bach -- Partita No. 6


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dvd 2
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Bartokradio (Euroclassic Notturno)
320kbps
broadcast date: 2008-Jan-18 02:53AM

Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
Piano Sonata No.23 in F minor (Op.57), 'Appassionata' 
(Allegro assai; Andante con moto; Allegro ma non troppo ? Presto)

Maurizio Pollini (piano) 
[recorded on 18th August 1976 in the Atrium of the Rectors Palace in Dubrovnik]
HRHRT

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SR P2
2008 Jan. 07
Klassisk formiddag 

WMA 96Kbps
11.35 
Alexander Glazunov: Mellanaktsmusik ur hRaymondah. 
Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester.
Dirigent: Evgenij Svetlanov. 
11f15

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NDR
2008Jan12

Sonnabend 12.01.08
00:00 ARD-Nachtkonzert
00:05 Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf:
Sinfonie C-Dur - Die vier Weltalter -

SWR-RSO Stuttgart 
Ltg.: Paul Angerer
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Euroclassic Notturno
2007 Dec. 27
wma170kbps


Debussy, Claude (1862-1918)
La Mer - trois esquisses symphoniques (No.1: De l'aube a midi sur la mer; No.2: Jeux de vagues; No.3: Dialogue du vent et de la mer) [1905]

Orchestre National de France, 
Evgeny Svetlanov (conductor) 
[recorded on 25th January 2001 in the Theatre des Champs-Elysees, Paris]
FRSRF
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19.35:	 Perenyi Miklos radio es hangversenyfelveteleib?l LX/2.resz
Kozrem?kodik: Christian Altenburger - heged? es a Magyar Allami Hangversenyzenekar
vezenyel: Ferencsik Janos
Brahms:
a) a-moll kett?sverseny (Altenburger, Perenyi),
b) II. szimfonia,
(Zeneakademia nagyterem, 1983. majus 23.)
Kovetkez? resz: januar 16. szerda, 22.31


20.51:	Norma - Reszletek Bellini operajabol

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Euroclassic Notturno
31 December 2007
04:23AM

wma 170kbps

Bartok, Bela (1881-1945)
Dance Suite for orchestra (Sz.77) 
(Moderato ? ritornello; Allegro molto ? ritornello; 
Allegro vivace; Molto tranquillo ? ritornello; Comodo ? 
finale [allegro])

Hungarian State Orchestra, 
Janos Ferencsik (conductor)

HUMR
---
Netherlands Radio 4
2008 Jan. 15
192Kbps

Bartok. Pianoconcert nr. 2. 
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest 
o.l.v. Willem van Otterloo. 
Theo Bruins, piano.


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Szell with the Ko"lner Rundfunk-S.O. 

SchubertLs Great C-Major Symphony. 
From taped WDR-Radio-broadcast.
> As for the Beethoven Violinconcerto with Peinemann (recorded June
11,
> 1964) the recording-date for this may be the same year (or so).
>

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John Ogdon/ Beethoven Concerto no. 3
Ervin Lukacs/ Hungarian Radio Orchestra
14 Oct 1978 (Music Academy, Budapest)

Pretty sure this is Ogdon's only Beethoven 3rd concerto...After the
concerto stick around for the encore...

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Mahler 6 - Kondrashin, SWF Orchestra January 17, 1981

From a radio broadcast in the USA

Stereo - This source may have better sound that the previous one, and does not
have any
wow in the signal.

The two zip files will yield several MP3 files at 320kps

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Kondrashine´s recordings. This one is not a studio-recording but a
live one: together with the French Orchestre National Kondrashine is
here performing Shostakovich´s VIII. Enjoy this great concert-moment
recorded on 29.i.1969 (apparently in Paris (TCE(?))- from a taped
Radio-broadcast
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This includes the complete Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 2
Gyorgy Pauk, violin
Sudwestfunk Orchestra
Kirill Kondrashin
From the concert that also included the Mahler 6th symphony previously uploaded
Januayr 17, 1981
320kps stereo
Recorded from a NY radio station
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Kertesz, Gabre-Mahler 4th, Philadelphia Orchestra

Another 35+ year old reel-to-reel tape recording of a live concert broadcast
unearthed. I do
not have a date on this one, but Istvan Kertesz and his wife, soprano Edith
Gabre, were
touring with the Mahler 4th around about 1969. Sorry: sound is less than ideal
with
significant "shatter" in the loudest passages at the end of the first movement
and at the
climax to the third.

For what it's worth, stereo, 192 kbps mp3 upload.

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R. Strauss-Til Eulenspiegel
Kertesz/Chicago Symphony Orchestra
July 22, 1967

Source: WFMT-FM broadcast, good stereo sound.
One FLAC file.

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I was not able to find the recording-date of this live-concert
(Radio-broadcast tape). But here is it however:

Tchaikovsky: PC Nr.1 b-minor
Van Cliburn
RSO Berlin
Iztvan Kertesz
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Istvan Kertesz's career was just about to take off at the time of his sudden
death by
drowning at the age of 43 in 1973. The Hungarian's recorded legacy showed a
stylistic
affinity for Mozart, but he really made his name with his set of all nine Dvorak
symphonies, recorded with the London Symphony in the 1960s. Amazingly, these
recordings were made "cold"--orchestra and conductor had not performed them in
concert! As good as these recordings were, Kertesz live in concert in the late
1960s and
early 1970s was an electrifying presence. I have a small number of his concerts
taped
from FM broadcast. Here's one with the Cleveland Orchestra from the early 70s:
Mozart,
Kodaly, and Dvorak. Mozart's 39th symphony is a rich, big-orchestra
performance, but
still light on its feet; the Peacock Variations of Kodaly (one of Kertesz's
teachers) is a
rollicking performance; and the Dvorak stretches out way beyond Kertesz's much
earlier
studio effort in passion and power. Stereo sound, if somewhat bright and harsh,
an
unavoidable characteristic of Cleveland's Severance Hall. 

http://rapidshare.com/files/21877351/Kertesz_Mozart_39th.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/21878496/Kertesz_Kodaly_Peacock_Variations.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/21880517/Kertesz_Dvorak_8th.zip


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Beethoven Missa Solemnis

Teresa Stich-Randall
Norma Proctor
Peter Pears
Kim Borg

Leeds Festival Chorus
Philharmonia Orchestra

Jascha Horenstein

Leeds Festival, 10th November, 1958

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2008. janua'r 11., pe'ntek - MR3-Barto'k: 19,35-21,21

"Titok koncert" Pauk Gyo"rgy bu'csu'hangversenye
Ko"zremu"ko"dik: Kiss Noe'mi, Mela'th Andrea,
Rezsnya'k Ro'bert - e'nek, Iva'n Ti'mea, Molna'r Noe'mi - hegedu", Juha'sz Barna - me'lyhegedu", Sova'ny Rita - gordonka, Po'ti Tama's - trombita, Kiss Gy. La'szlo' - szaxofon, Sarkadi Katalin - zongora, a Parafo'nia Egyu"ttes (mu"ve'szeti vezeto": Fabe'nyi Re'ka) e's a Budapesti Fesztiva'lzenekar
Veze'nyel e's a mu"sort vezeti: Fischer Iva'n

1. Bevezeto" (Fischer Iva'n),
2. Piazzola: Tango' vono'sne'gyesre e's szaxofonra (Iva'n, Molna'r, Juha'sz, Sova'ny, Kiss Gy.),
3. Weiner: f-moll szerena'd (zenekar, vez.: Fischer),
4. Bernstein: Times Square - a Va'rosban ci'mu" szvitbo"l no.3.,
5. Anderson: Az i'ro'ge'p (Typewrighter)
(km.: Parafo'nia Egyu"ttes),
6. Mozart: C-du'r ne'met ta'nc (Sza'nka'za's) K.605.no.3.
7. Enescu: Legenda (Po'ti, Sarkadi),
8. Barto'k: II. hegedu"verseny (Pauk),
Ra'ada's: Bach: Largo a C-du'r szo'lo'szona'ta'bo'l BWV.1005. (ea.. Pauk),
9. Mozart: Cosi fan tutte - Fiordiligi, Dorabella e's Don Alfonso ha'rmasa (Kiss, Mela'th, Rezsnya'k), (Zeneakade'mia nagyterem, 2007. december 27.28.)

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Prokofieff: Piano Concerto #3
Friedrich Gulda
NDR-SO/Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt
rec.: Musikhalle Hamburg, 9.XII.1957
[Broadcast recording]
2 files containing 3FLAC files, join with HJSplit

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GUSTAV MAHLER
Sinfonie Nr. 8 Es-Dur "Sinfonie der Tausend"

1. Teil   23:48
2. Teil   61:06

Melanie Diener, Sopran
Elizabeth Connell, Sopran
Tina Schlenker, Sopran
Lioba Braun, Mezzosopran
Jane Henschel, Alt
Robert Gambill, Tenor
Anthony Michaels-Moore, Bariton
Kwangchul Youn, Bass
Rundfunkchor Berlin
Philharmonischer Chor Prag
To"lzer Knabenchor
Staatskapelle Berlin
Dirigent: Michael Gielen
Philharmonie Berlin, 19. April 2000 
Broadcast digital 256 kbps 95 / 58 MB

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Frederic Chopin:
- Nocturne b-Moll op. 9 Nr. 1 5:54
- Nocturne Des-Dur op. 27 Nr. 2 5:47
- Nocturne cis-Moll op. posth. 4:25
- Nocturne H-Dur op. 32 Nr. 1 4:46
- Nocturne F-Dur op. 15 Nr. 1 5:10

Franz Liszt:
- "Sonetto 104 del Petrarca" 7:20
aus "Anne'es de Pe`lerinage"
- Etu"de gis-moll ("La Campanella") 4:28

Sergej Rachmaninow:
- Prelude gis-Moll op. 32 Nr. 12 2:50

Sergej Prokofjew
- Sonate Nr. 8 B-Dur op. 84 27:36
- Diabolic Suggestion, Op.4 No.4 2:49

Andrei Gavrilov, Klavier

Pe`lerinage-Kunstfest Weimar
26. August 2007, Musikgymnasium Schloss Belvedere

Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps

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Here is a fine performance of BerliozL Symphonie fantastique by
WDR-S.O. under Andre' Cluytens (WDR-1955), directly sourced via
ADR-Satellite-Radio some months ago

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Karol Szymanowski

Violinkonzert Nr. 1, op. 35 25:39

Violinkonzert Nr. 2, op. 61 20:49

Ludwig van Beethoven
Sinfonie Nr. 6 F-Dur, op. 68 "Pastorale" 40:43


Frank Peter Zimmermann, Violine
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Sylvain Cambreling, Dirigent

Essener Philharmonie, 23. Januar 2007

Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps

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Michael Gielen zum 80. Geburtstag
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Roger Muraro (Klavier)
Leitung: Sylvain Cambreling

-Igor Strawinsky:"Greeting Prelude"
-Hector Berlioz:Ouvertu"re "Le Corsaire" op. 21
-Olivier Messiaen:"Re'veil des oiseaux" fu"r Klavier und Orchester
-Bernd Alois Zimmermann:"Musique pour les soupers du Roi Ubu"
-Leos Jana'cek:Ouvertu"re zur Oper "Aus einem Totenhaus"
***Vinko Globokar:Geburtstags-Urauffu"hrung
-Franz Schreker:"Nachtgesang" aus der Oper "Der ferne Klang"
-Maurice Ravel:"La Valse"
-Charles Ives:"From the Steeples and the Mountains"

(Konzert vom 4. Juli 2007 im Konzerthaus Freiburg)

Digital Satellite Broadcast
mp3s, 320 kbps
HJ-split
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HECTOR BERLIOZ
?Tristia? op. 18 fu"r Chor und Orchester * 22:02

FLORENT SCHMITT
?La Trage'die de Salome'? * 29:07

OLIVIER MESSIAEN
?Poe`mes pour Mi? ** 28:48
fu"r dramatischen Sopran und Orchester

RI CHARD WAGNER
Vorspiel und ?Liebestod? ** 17:55
aus ?Tristan und Isolde?

Yvonne Naef, Mezzosopran **
SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart *
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Dirigent | Sylvain Cambreling

Konzerthaus Freiburg, 14. Dezember 2007

Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps
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Gustav Mahler
DAS LIED VON DER ERDE

William McAlpine (tenor)
Dan Iordachescu (baritone)
Romanian Cinematography Symphony Orchestra
Constantin Bugeanu (conductor)

Romanian Radio Concert Hall, Bucharest, 11 September 1964

T.T. 56:34

1 mp3 file (192kbps)
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In der Erstfassung der Sinfonie Nr. 3 huldigt Bruckner seinem
verehrten Komponistenkollegen Richard Wagner durch musikalische Zitate
aus "Tristan und Isolde" und "Walku"re", die er in den drei spa"teren
Versionen jedoch wieder gestrichen hat. Hans Zender dirigiert eine
vo"llig neue Fassung: er koppelt drei Sa"tze der ersten Version von 1873
(also die mit den Wagner-Zitaten) mit dem Adagio der zweiten Fassung
von 1876.

ANTON BRUCKNER
Sinfonie Nr. 3 d-moll (Zender-Fassung)

1. Gema"?igt. Misterioso 24:10
2. Adagio. Feierlich 18:28
3. Scherzo. Ziemlich schnell 7:01
4. Finale. Allegro 10:26

SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Dir.: Hans Zender

Konzerthaus Freiburg, 28. Januar 2005

Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps
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Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 4

Hans Richter-Haaser
Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt

rec.: Chicago, 3.II.1966 (live)
Source: Broadcast

2 RAR files containing 2 FLAC files

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Beethoven: Concerto n.3 per pianoforte e orchestra in do minore op.37 --
Wilhelm Kempff, piano - Orchestra Sinfonica di Torino della RAI --
Rudolf Kempe. Torino, 20 aprile 1962

File mp3, CBR, 128 kbps (broadcast)

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BELA BARTOK (1881-1945)



Vier Orchesterstu"cke op.12 (Sz 51)
* Nr.1 Preludio. Moderato 6:28
* Nr.2 Scherzo. Allegro 6:04
* Nr.3 Intermezzo. Moderato 4:57
* Nr.4 Marcia funebre. Maestoso 5:24
Konzert fu"r Klavier und Orchester Nr.2 Sz 95
* Allegro - 1.Satz 9:33
* Adagio - Presto - Adagio - 2.Satz 12:20
* Allegro molto - 3.Satz 7:11
Musik fu"r Saiteninstrumente, Schlagzeug

und Celesta Sz 106
* Andante tranquillo - 1.Satz 7:53
* Allegro - 2.Satz 7:54
* Adagio - 3.Satz 7:17
* Allegro molto - 4.Satz 7:45



Lang Lang, Klavier

Wiener Philharmoniker
Leitung: Pierre Boulez

Gro?er Musikvereinssaal Wien, 18. Februar 2007



Broadcast digital 256 kbps

2 RAR-Split-Files 100 / 57 MB
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BBC NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES
Thursday 9 August 2007

GUTO PUW
... onyt agoraf y drws (...unless I open the door) (16:58) (world
premiere)

WALTON
Viola Concerto (27:59)

RACHMANINOV
Symphonic Dances (36:16)

David Atherton, conductor
Lawrence Power, viola

BBC Promenade Concerts 2007 Prom No. 36 - Radio Broadcast
CONCERT ARCHIVE 116
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Here is another chance to hear Claudio Arrau in BeethovenLs 5th with
Lorin Maazel conducting the Berlin Philharmonic -- live-recording,
Berlin, 4.iv.1984

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Ataulfo Argenta
ORTF
Sept 24 1956 Live Montreux Festival
Witold Malcuzinski Piano


Corelli Suite for Orchestra
Schumann Sym # 4
Chopin Piano Con # 2
Turina La Procession Del Rocio
De Falla la Vida Breve Excerpts


Sourced from a rebroadcast on French Radio





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dvd 3
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Igor Strawinsky
Scherzo fantastique 12:37
fu"r gro?es Orchester op. 3 ?Der Bienenflug?
Con moto -- Moderato assai -- Tempo I

Alexandr Glasunow
Violinkonzert a-moll, op. 82 21:27
Moderato -- Andante -- Tempo I -- Allegro

Dmitrij Schostakowitsch
Sinfonie Nr. 4 c-moll op. 43 69:18
I. Allegretto poco moderato
II. Moderato con moto
III. Largo -- Allegro

Hilary Hahn, Violine
wdr Sinfonieorchester Ko"ln
Semyon Bychkov

Ko"lner Philharmonie, 11. Januar 2008

Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps


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Bartokradio

ASFStream.mp3 320Kbps
Vas-B*.mp3  128kbps

2008-Jan-27

02:01AM
Liszt, Franz (1811-1886)
Reminiscences de Don Juan for piano (S.418) [on themes from Mozart's 'Don Giovanni']
Shura Cherkassky (piano) [Recorded at Sofia Music Weeks International Music Festival 1982 on 14 June 1982]
BGBNR

02:18AM
Prokofiev, Sergey (1891-1953)
Piano Sonata No.7 in B flat major (Op.83) (Allegro inquieto; Andante caloroso; Precipitato)
Shura Cherkassky (piano) [Recorded at Sofia Music Weeks International Music Festival 1982 on 14 June 1982]
BGBNR

02:37AM
Chopin, Frederic (1810-1849)
Piano Sonata No.2 (Op.35) in B flat minor [Grave ? doppio movimento; Scherzo; Marche funebre; Finale (Presto)]
Shura Cherkassky (piano) [Recorded at Sofia Music Weeks International Music Festival 1982 on 14 June 1982]
BGBNR

03:03AM
Hofmann, Jozef Kazimierz (1876-1957)
Kaleidoskop from Charakterskizzen (Op.40 No.4)
Shura Cherkassky (piano) [Recorded at Sofia Music Weeks International Music Festival 1982 on 14 June 1982]
BGBNR

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SR2
128kbps
2008-Jan-24


Donnerstag, 24.01.2008
21:00 Uhr
Reprise
Moderation: Thomas Kreutzer

Alban Berg:
Kammerkonzert fur Klavier und Violine mit Begleitung von 13 Blasern;
Aloys Kontarsky / Saschko Gavriloff 
Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Saarbrucken 
David Atherton
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Notturno 2008-Jan-15
Bartok Radio 128kbps

02:52AM
Schubert, Franz (1797-1828) arranged by Mottl, Felix (1856-1911)
Fantasia in F minor (D.940) (originally for 2 pianos)
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Gennady Rozhdestvensky (conductor) [recorded in the Oslo Concert Hall on 2 March 2006]
NONRK

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Bartokradio
320Kbps
2008-Jan-27



01:38AM
Rodrigo, Joaquin (1901-1999)
Concierto Serenata for harp and orchestra (1952) [1. Estudiartina; 2. Intermezzo con aria; 3. Sarao]
Nicanor Zabaleta (harp), Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Gennady Rozhdestvensky (conductor) [Recorded 13 November 1973 at Istria Concert Hall, Zagreb]
HRHRTR


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Bartokradio 
320kbps
2008-Jan-23 


13.06:	 Perenyi Miklos radio es hangversenyfelvetelei LX/4.resz
Kozrem?kodik: Rohmann Imre - zongora
1. Bach: G-dur szoloszvit BWV.1007.,
2. Kodaly: Adagio (km.: Rohmann Imre),
3. Brahms: F-dur szonata op.99. (km.: Rohmann),
(Zeneakademia nagyterem, 1993. januar 17., kovetkez? resz: jov? csutortok 11.04)

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Kurt Sanderling zum 95. Geburtstagam 19.9.2007

Kurt Sanderling
Berliner Philharmoniker
Frank Peter Zimmermann, Violine

1. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:Konzert fu"r Violine und Orchester Nr. 3G-
dur KV 216

2. Johannes Brahms:Sinfonie Nr. 3 F-dur op. 90

Aufnahme vom 16.6.1992 aus der Berliner Philharmonie

Digital Satellite Broadcast
Flacs
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Klassisk formiddag
tisdag 25 december 2007 10:03

96kbps

Richard Wagner: Siegfriedidyll. 
Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester.
Dirigent: Evgenij Svetlanov. 
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Notturno 
2008 Jan 10
03:00AM

128kbps mp3

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich (1840-93)
Symphony no.2 (Op.17) (1879 version) 
[Andante sostenuto ? allegro vivante sostenuto ? andante sostenuto; Andantino marziale, quasi moderato; Scherzo (Allegro molto vivace); Moderato assai ? allegro vivo ? presto]

Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, 
Yuri Ahronovich (conductor)

LUERSL


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NDR  2008Jan12

22:00 Nachrichten, Wetter
Aufnahmen mit dem NDR Sinfonieorchester und dem Dirigenten Klaus Tennstedt
Moderation: Armin Diedrichsen
Joseph Haydn: Sinfonie B-Dur Hob I:85
Beethoven: Coriolan overture

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Beethoven Symphonies 5 & 6
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
George Szell, conductor

Concert tape recorded in Orchestra Hall, March 22, 1968

As far as I can determine, this is Szell's second and last appearance
with the CSO.

Beethoven Symphony No. 5, op. 67, C minor
(NOTE: The 3rd & 4th movements are combined because there is no
"track" break)


Beethoven Symphony, No. 6, op. 68, F major "Pastoral"
(NOTE: The 3rd, 4th & 5th movements are combined because there are no
"track" breaks)


320k MP3s
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> February 5, 1970
> Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell, music director & conductor
> Severance Hall
> Schubert: Symphony No. 8 "Unfinished"
> Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde
> Richard Lewis, tenor
> Janet Baker, mezzo-soprano
> with announcements, from rebroadcast in 1990s
>
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Frances Yeend soprano
Uta Graf "
Camilla Williams "
Martha Lipton Mezzo soprano
Eugene Conley tenor
Carlos Alexander baritone
George London bass
Westminster Choir
Schola Cantorum
Boys Choir from Public School Manhattan
New York Philharmonic

Conductor Leopold Stokowski
1950

Ripped at 256kbps with cue sheets
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There were actually two concerts performances: the one on the 14th
was at Royal Festival Hall and it was given again the next day in
Royal Albert Hall. The Decca Phase 4 release was cobbled together
from both concerts - The Wagner & half the Debussy are from Festival
Hall, as are the first moments of the Glazunov. The 2nd half of the
Faune, all of the Brahms and the Marche Slav were recorded in Albert
Hall. The different acoustic is quite apparent.

This is the entire concert of the 14th in Festival Hall complete with
announcements and the intermission feature.

WAGNER: Overture to Die Meistersinger
DEBUSSY: Pre'lude a' l'apre's-midi d'un faune
GLAZUNOV: Violin Concerto in A minor, Op. 82 w/ Silvia Marcovici, violin

Intermission

BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68
Encore - TCHAIKOVSKY: MArche Slav, Op. 31

Lagniappe:

Stokowski Speech
TCHAIKOVSKY: Marche Slav, Op. 31
Recorded 15 July 1972
Royal Albert Hall

Good sound at 192kps.
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Gennadi Rozhdestvensky & Radio France Philarmonic Orchestra
Concert at Pleyel, Paris 18-01-08

PROKOFIEV
-Suite from "The Love For Three Oranges" Op.33b
-Violin Concerto No.1 Op.19 / Sasha Rozhdestvensky, violin
-Symphony No.5 Op.100

From live FM broadcast
13 separate tracks MP3 stereo 320kbps
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BRAHMS: Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Pierre Monteux
Recorded Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, MA
07 August 1960

Pretty decent sound with only a little meddling by yours truly.

Five 192kps files in one zip archive. Front & back announcements.


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complete live performance of Smetana's Ma vlast with the
Czech Philharmonic conducted by Lovro von Matacic on 12 May 1984.

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During the mid-80's Leinsdorf was a welcomed guest conductor of the San
Francisco Symphony. Here's one of those concerts, October 1985.

Schumann Symphony No. 3
Martinu Symphony No. 4 and Smetana Moldau.

224 kbps
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Here are couple of items that will be of interest to the Leinsdorfians
out there, both of which, as far as I know, were not commercially
recorded by him.

RICHARD STRAUSS: Die Tageszeiten, Op. 76 (single track w/ commentary)
1) When the Rooster Crows Upon the Roof
2) Over the Mountains, Rivers, Valleys
3) Silence Now Man's Loud Rejoicing
4) How Lovely, Here to Dream Away
Harvard Glee Club
Boston Symphony Orchestra
08 July 1964

OTTORINO RESPIGHI: Vetrate di Chiesa (single track w/ commentary)
1) La fuga in Egitto
2) San Michele arcangelo
3) Il mattutino di Santa Chiara
4) San Gregorio Magno
Boston Symphony Orchestra
17 October 1964

Plus there is a little Live Leinsdork Lagniappe - a surprise and rare
performance of some Beethoven from 22 November 1963 with a spoken
intriduction by Leinsdorf himself.
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BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 8 in C minor
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Erich Leinsdorf
Recorded Symphony Hall, Boston, 17 April 1965

1) Commentary
2) Allegro moderato 13:43
3) Scherzo: Allegro moderato - Trio: Langsam 14:07
4) Feierlich langsam; doch nicht schleppend 25:40
5) Feierlich, nicht schnell 19:12
6) Closing

192kps. Join with HJSplit, unzip and away you go. Minimal
remastering by yours truly.

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MAHLER: Symphony No. 6 in A minor
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Erich Leinsdorf
Recorded Symphony Hall, Boston
14 November 1964

This live performance nicely compliments the commercial recording
uploaded here recently. Front and back announcements included.

Join the files with HJSPLIT, unzip to six tracks, 256kps.
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Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

"Die Hebriden", op. 26 11:27

Richard Wagner
"Siegfried-Idyll" 18:18

Richard Strauss
"Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche", op. 28 15:58

Antoni'n Dvora'k
Symphonie Nr. 9 e-moll - "Aus der Neuen Welt" 39:06

Symphonieorchesters des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Leitung: Erich Leinsdorf
Herkulessaal der Mu"nchner Residenz, 8. Juli 1990

Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps
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Anton Bruckner
Sinfonie Nr. 8 c-moll

1. Allegro moderato 18:34
2. Scherzo. Allegro moderato - Trio. Langsam 19:56
3. Adagio. Feierlich langsam, doch nicht schleppend 29:50
4. Finale. Feierlich, nicht schnell 28:30

SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Leitung: Michael Gielen

Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, 2. Juni 2007

Digital Satellite Radio 192 kbps

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Salle de concert de la Philharmonie nationale, Varsovie, le
19/09/2007. Andrei Gavrilov, piano

-Fre'de'ric Chopin (1810-1849) - Nocturnes : En si be'mol mineur, opus
9/1 - En re' be'mol majeur, opus 27/2 - En do die`se mineur, opus posth.
IVa - En fa die`se majeur, opus 15/2 - En si majeur, opus 32/1 - En fa
majeur, opus 15/1 - En fa mineur, opus 55/1 - En la be'mol majeur,
opus 32/2 - En do mineur, opus 48/1

-Serge Prokofiev (1891-1953) -Sonate No 8 en si be'mol majeur, opus
84. Andante dolce. Andante sognando. Vivace

-Serge Rachmaninov (1873-1943) -Pre'lude en sol die`se mineur, opus
32/12

-Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) -Sonate

-Serge Prokofiev -Suggestion diabolique, opus 4

Digital Broadcast, 192 kb
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RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

Sinfonie Nr. 6 A-Dur

1.  Allegro   7:14

2.  Moderato   10:16

3.  Scherzo. Allegro vivace   6.25

4.  Epiloque. Moderato   12:01

Sinfonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

Dir.: Colin Davis

Bad Kissingen, 15. Juni 1997

Broadcast  256 kbps  65 Mb
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Copland
Fanfare for the Common Man 3'

Vaughan Williams
Symphony No. 6 in E minor 33'

Berlioz
Symphonie fantastique 55'

Juilliard Orchestra
Orchestra of the Royal Academy of Music
Sir Colin Davis, conductor

Concert Archive 455
BBC Promenade Concert 2005 No. 66
Saturday 3 September 2005, Royal Albert Hall, London
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Dmitri Schostakowitsch
Sinfonie Nr. 8 c-moll, op. 65

1.  Adagio - Allegro non troppo   27:29
2.  Allegretto   6:25
3.  Allegro non troppo   6:50
4.  Largo   9:44
5.  Allegretto   16:26

Bamberger Symphoniker
Dirigent: Wladimir Fedossejew

Bamberg, Sinfonie an der Regnitz
Joseph-Keilberth-Saal, 29. M?rz 2001

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 Leinsdorf/BSO/Bruckner Sym. No. 7

would be January 10, 1964.

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BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 4 in E-flat
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Erich Leinsdorf
Recorded 20 November 1965

1) Bewegt, nicht zu schnell (17:56)
2) Andante quasi allegretto (14:04)
3) Scherzo: Bewegt - Trio (10:28)
4) Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell (19:42)

192kps. 5 tracks (the first is commentary) in one ZIP archive.
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Bartokradio
128kbps

09.30:	 Szathmary Zsigmond Bach-m?veket orgonal
1. d-moll toccata es fuga BWV.565.,
2. Ket koralel?jatek,
a) Wo soll ich fliehen hin BWV.646.,
b) Wer nur den lieben Gott lasst walten BWV.647.,
3. Esz-dur preludium es fuga BWV.552.,
Szerkeszt?: Miklosi Andras

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The first is Ginette Neveu who played the Brahms violin concerto at
Hamburg Musikhalle on 3 may 1948 together with the NDR-Sinfonieorchester.
In my opinion one of the great recordings of the work, besides all
technical limitations of the time.

The second is Mozart's piano concerto in c minor, KV 491, played by
Robert Casadesus and the NDR-Sinfonieorchester at Hamburg Musikhalle
on 22 march 1954 also with NDR-Sinfonieorchester

And the last one is Arthur Grumiaux playing the Tschaikowsky concerto,
a rare recording from French INA from a concert at Paris on 9 february
1960 with L'Orchestre de l'RTF.
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Anton Bruckner: Symphonie Nr. 7 E-Dur, WAB 107
 1. Allegro moderato
 2. Adagio. Sehr feierlich und langsam
 3. Scherzo. Sehr schnell
 4. Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell

SOdNDR/Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt
rec.: Hildesheim, Sporthalle, 27. IV.1962 (in-house recording?)
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Franz Schubert: Symphony No. 5 B Flat-Major D. 485
Symphony Orchestra of the NDR
Dir.: Gu"nter Wand

(Radio broadcast 8/24/1997, Hamburg, Musikhalle)
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Alban Berg
Fu"nf sinfonische Stu"cke aus "Lulu"
- Lulu-Suite - 39:53

Gustav Mahler
Sinfonie Nr. 4 G-dur 65:46

Christine Scha"fer, Sopran
NDR Sinfonieorchester
Dirigent: Michael Gielen

23. Februar 2007, Laeiszhalle Hamburg

Digital Radio 192 kbps
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NDR 
Sonntag 30.12.2007

128kpbs

00:00 ARD-Nachtkonzert

Hans Pfitzner: Streichquartett c-Moll op. 50
Melos-Quartett
(studio recording?)
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dvd4
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Chopin Nocturne in C-sharp minor (encore 2).mp4
Rach 3 - Gavrilov, German Sym Orch (Berlin), Yutaka Sado.mp4
Prokofiev Suggestion diabolique (encore 1).mp4
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Anton Bruckner

Te Deum
1 - Te Deum
2 - Te Ergo Quaesumus
3 - Aiterna Fac
4 - Salvum Fac Populum Tuum
5 - In Te, Domine, Speravi

Judith Raskin, Soprano
Florence Kopleff, Alto
Ernst H?fliger, Tenor
Thomas Paul, Bass

Cleveland, 1968

Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus
George Szell, Conductor

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In answer to a request for a performance by George Szell of the Richard
Strauss Serenade, Op. 9, I have a tape off an old radio broadcast with
Szell conducting the Concertgebouw Orchestra; this seems to emanate
from the same concert at which he also conducted the Vier Letzte Lieder
with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Henkemans Barcarola fantastica--both of
which seem to be available on CD.
I'm sorry I don't have a taping of Szell conducting either of the
Strauss wind pieces with the Cleveland, but I am not aware of any
recorded performances of either of them.
--Szellot

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Aufnahmen mit Sergio Fiorentino
Moderation: Armin Dietrichsen
J.S. Bach / S. Fiorentino: Jesu bleibet meine Freude, Choralbearbeitung
Franz Liszt: Grand fantasia de bravoure sur la clochette de Paganini
Franz Schubert: Klaviersonate A-Dur D 664
Johann Sebastian Bach: Partita Nr. 1 B-Dur BWV 825
Frederic Chopin: Fantasie uber polnische Themen A-Dur op. 13
Franz Liszt: Klavierkonzert Nr. 2 A-Dur
Guilford Philharmonic Orchestra
Ltg.: Vernon Handley
bis 24:00
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Here is a complete concert from Tanglewood broadcast on August 24,
1969. The concert was the final one in the 7-year tenure of Erich
Leinsdorf as music director of the Boston Symphony. One point of
interest is Beverly Sills as the soprano soloist in Beethoven's
Ninth. There have been some uploads previously on OperaShare of just
the fourth movement in very poor sound. This newly discovered (for
me) recording of the complete work is infinitely more listenable in
good FM broadcast sound.


Tanglewood August 24, 1969 -broadcast
Boston Symphony
Chorus Pro Musica; Berkshire Chorus; Tanglewood Choir
Erich Leinsdorf, conductor

Berlioz: Les Troyens: Royal Hunt and Storm

Beethoven: Symphony No. 9
Soloists: Beverly Sills, John Alexander, Florence Kopleff,
Justino Diaz

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PUBLISHED ON OTHER GROUPS BY ANY MEMBER OTHER THAN THE UPLOADER


Pre-concert commentary and Royal Hunt:
http://rapidshare.com/files/60737774/Intros_RoyalHunt.zip

Beethoven Symphony 9 (all in one track):
http://rapidshare.com/files/60744250/Leinsdorf9thTanglewood69.zip

The two files will fit on one CD

192 kbps
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Ravel's submission for the Prix de Rome in 1903(?), the
Cantata "Alyssa," performed at the Cheltenham International

Festival of
Music in 1985. The singers were Alison Pearce, Lawrence Dale
and Christopher Underwood and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
Orchestra was conducted by Sylvain Cambreling.


Followed by a Milhaud piece for 4 pianos, "Pleasure Boats on the
Seine," performed by Messrs Collard, Béroff, Leigh/Lee(?) and

Vivaldi
(?).

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Bartokradio
2008-Jan-31
320kbps


19.35:	 Felejthetetlen hangversenyek a Magyar Radio archivumabol
A Magyar Radio Enekkara es Szimfonikus Zenekara Bach-mueveket ad eloe
Karigazgato: Sapszon Ferenc

Kozremuekodik: Szoekefalvi-Nagy Katalin, Barlay Zsuzsa, Gati Istvan, Keonch Boldizsar, Kovacs Peter - enek,

Vezenyel: Wolfgang Gonnenwein

1. 79. kantata: "Gott der Herr ist Sonn' und Schild" (Szoekefalvi-Nagy, Barlay, Gati),

2. Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied - motetta BWV.225.

3. D-dur Magnificat BWV.243. (Szoekefalvi-Nagy, Barlay, Keonch, Kovacs)

(Zeneakademia nagyterme, 1976. marcius 17.)
Szerkesztoe: Veisz Gabor

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Dmitri Shostakovich: Symphony no. 6 op. 54

Evgeny SVETLANOV
conducts the Orchestra of USSR

Live recording 1979 (from TV)
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Sergei Prokofjev

Violinconcerto 1, op. 19

Vadim Repin, violin

Evgeny Svetlanov, conductor
The Russian Federation State Orchestra


Audio recorded from german TV, 1991,
320 kbit/s
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HECTOR BERLIOZ
?Tristia? op. 18 fu"r Chor und Orchester * 22:02

FLORENT SCHMITT
?La Trage'die de Salome'? * 29:07

OLIVIER MESSIAEN
?Poe`mes pour Mi? ** 28:48
fu"r dramatischen Sopran und Orchester

RI CHARD WAGNER
Vorspiel und ?Liebestod? ** 17:55
aus ?Tristan und Isolde?

Yvonne Naef, Mezzosopran **
SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart *
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Dirigent | Sylvain Cambreling

Konzerthaus Freiburg, 14. Dezember 2007

Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps

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France Musique
2008-Jan-31
128kbps



20:00
C'etait hier
par Alain Paris

Yuri Ahronovitch et l'Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France
Christine Schafer : soprano
Andreas Scholl : contre-tenor

Liszt - "Tasso"

Liszt - Concerto pour piano n‹2@i˜^‰¹Ž¸”sj
Georges Pludermacher, piano
Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France (18 fevrier 1994)

Tchaikovski - "Romeo et Juliette" duo (acheve par Taneiev)
Teresa Zylis-Gara, soprano,
Peter Straka, tenor

Borodine - "Le Prince Igor", extr.
Nouvel Orchestre philharmonique
de Radio France (11 mai 1988)

Dvorak - Symphonie n‹6
Orchestre philharmonique de Radio
France (18 fevrier 1994)

Realisation : Geraldine Prutner

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J.S.BACH : Kantaten



BWV 26 Ach wie flu"chtig,ach wie nichtig(16'58)

BWV 36 Schwingt freudig Euch Empor(30'30)

BWV 140 Wachet auf,ruft uns die Stimme(28'39)



Julia Kleiter,soprano

Elisabeth von Magnus,contralto

Kurt Streit,tenor,

Anton Scharinger,basse



ChoeurArnold Scho"nberg

Concentus Musicus de Vienne

Nikolaus Harnoncourt.



Salle Pleyel 12/18/2007

France musiques 01/21/2008
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Mahler Sym # 6
George Szell
NY Phil
Nov 1969
Live Philharmonic Hall

Sourced from a Stereo FM broadcast
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Bruckner Sym # 7
George Szell
N.Y. Phil
March 1964
Live Philharmonic Hall

Sourced from a radio broadcast
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Hans Richter-Haaser.
His performance of Beethoven´s Hammerklavier (from a German Columbia
stereo-LP), and a live-performance with Ludwig Hoelscher in
Mendelssohn´s Cello-Sonata in D-Major (Ludwigsburg Festival 1958).
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Hello all,
Here is Mario Rossi conducting Mendelssohn´s Italian with RAI Torino
(from 1963), sourced from RadioTre-satellit analogue broadcast

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Digging at the bottom of some cupboards last weekend brought the whole
concert to light, so here now is the complete evening recorded on
23rd&24th may 1965 at the Hamburg concert hall.

Frank Martin: The four elements
Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano concerto No. 5 E flat major op. 73
Peter Tchaikovsky: Symhony Nr. 6 b minor op. 74 "Pathetique"

NDR-Sinfonieorchester
Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt
Philippe Entremont, piano
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Ludwig van Beethoven

Klavierkonzert Nr. 3, op. 37
1 - Allegro con brio
2 - Largo
3 - Rondo: Allegro

Daniel Barenboim
SO des NDR
Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt

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UPLOAD ON REQUEST: Szell/Cleveland 28/29/30 Sep '67 Prokofiev 5 Concert

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PUBLISHED ON OTHER GROUPS BY ANY MEMBER OTHER THAN THE UPLOADER

Cleveland Orchestra
George Szell, conductor
September 28, 1967

Wagner: Meistersinger Overture & Debussy: Prelude to the Afternoon of a
Faun
http://rapidshare.com/files/42604109/02-AudioTrack_02.mp3

Walton: Partita for Orchestra
http://rapidshare.com/files/42606306/WaltonPartita.mp3

Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5
http://rapidshare.com/files/42610846/03-AudioTrack_03.mp3

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Per Vadim's request, here is a Mahler 9 broadcast from Cleveland

Mahler: Symphony No. 9
George Szell, conductor
Cleveland Orchestra

January 30/February 1, 1969 Severance Hall


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PUBLISHED ON OTHER GROUPS BY ANY MEMBER OTHER THAN THE UPLOADER


http://rapidshare.com/files/45840448/Mahler_9_Cleveland_1969.1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/45856665/Mahler_9_Cleveland_1969.2.rar

Ripped at 320 K/birs, join with HJSplit, yielding four tracks.
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Here's a live performance of George Szell conducting Richard Strauss's
Metamorphosen (a work he never recorded commercially).

R. STRAUSS: Metamorphosen
Cleveland Orchestra
Conductor: George Szell
Live performance, Severance Hall, Cleveland, October 16, 1969

http://rapidshare.com/files/23071349/1-01_Metamorphosen.mp3

mp3 at 256kbps, but the original tape is not great, so the sound is
okay but nothing more.

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Ludwig van Beethoven

Klavierkonzert Nr. 3, op. 37
1 - Allegro con brio
2 - Largo
3 - Rondo: Allegro

Daniel Barenboim
SO des NDR
Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt

rec.: Hamburg, Musikhalle, 21.II.1966 (broadcast recording)
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Ludwig van Beethoven

Klavierkonzert Nr. 3, op. 37
1 - Allegro con brio
2 - Largo
3 - Rondo: Allegro

Daniel Barenboim
SO des NDR
Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt

rec.: Hamburg, Musikhalle, 21.II.1966 (broadcast recording)
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Franck: Variazioni sinfoniche per piano e orchestra --Robert Casadesus,
piano -- Orchestra Sinfonica di Torino della RAI - Kiril Kondras(in --
Torino, 6 maggio 1960


File .mp3, CBR, 128 kbps (broacasted)
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Hello all,
Here is a live-performance featuring Gaspar Cassado and Helmuth Barth
in Strauss´ Cellosonata F-Major from 1957. I can´t confirm that this
is from the Ludwigsburg-Festival, but I remember a wonderful Beethoven
A-Major-Sonata by the same interpreters from this Festival in the same
year.

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PUBLISHED ON OTHER GROUPS BY ANY MEMBER OTHER THAN THE UPLOADER.


1. Allegro con brio
2. Andante ma non troppo
3. Finale - Allegro vivo

http://rapidshare.com/files/86777021/Cassado_plays_Strauss_-_1957.MP3

(source: SWF-broadcast)

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An early NDR (North German Radio) studio recording with a fine cast.
Broadcast mono ripped to 256 kbps.

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Symphonie No.9 D minor op. 125

Birgit Nilsson, soprano
Maria von Ilosvay, alto,
Walther Ludwig, tenor
Ludwig Weber, bass
Chor und Sinfonieorchester des NDR
Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt
NDR 20-22 December 1951
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UPLOAD
R. Strauss-Til Eulenspiegel
Kertesz/Chicago Symphony Orchestra
July 22, 1967

Source: WFMT-FM broadcast, good stereo sound.
One FLAC file.
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Stokowski Cleveland concert

Bach/Stokowski: Toccata and Fugue in D minor
Beethoven: Sym.7
Sibelius: Swan of Tuonela
Gliere: Sym.3, "Ilya Mourometz"

Cleveland O. / Stokowski

recorded on cassette from BBC Radio 3, date unknown.
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This is from a recent WDR Satellite-Radio broadcast:

Mozart: Sinfonia concertante
Artur Grumiaux
William Primrose
WDR SO.
Otto Ackermann
mono-rec 1955
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Shostakovich
Symphony No. 15 in A major	44f

Mahler
Das Lied von der Erde	64f



Jane Irwin, mezzo-soprano
Jurgen Muller, tenor

BBC Philharmonic
Vassily Sinaisky, conductor




Concert Archive 477
BBC Philharmonic, 2005 ? 2006 Season, Shostakovich and His Heroes
Friday 24 February 2006, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

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Ludwig van Beethoven: PC#5

Van Cliburn
ONdF/Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt

Rec.: Paris, 30.VI.1964 (live)
Source: Broadcast

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Hello all,
Here are some more Arrau-recordings ? from NDR-Satellite-Radio broadcasts:


>
http://rapidshare.com/files/52005724/Strauss_-_Burleske_-_Arrau_NDR_Tennstedt_19\
77.MP3

>
http://rapidshare.com/files/52000579/Liszt_-_PC_A-Major_-_Arrau_NDR_Tennstedt_19\
77.MP3

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GUSTAV MAHLER
Sinfonie Nr. 3 d-moll

CD1
1 Ansage 1:16
2 I. Kräftig. Entschieden 30:57

CD2
1 II. Tempo di Menuetto. Sehr mäßig. Ja nicht eilen! 9:16
2 III. Comodo scherzando. Ohne Hast 17:17
3 IV. Sehr langsam. Misterioso 9:52
4 V. Lustig im Tempo und keck im Ausdruck 4:08
5 VI. Langsam. Ruhevoll. Empfunden 22:37

Cornelia Kallisch, Mezzosopran
Manfred Geserick, Posthorn
Robert-Franz-Chor
Staatssinger-Chor
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Halle
Dir.: Heribert Beissel
Marktkirche in Halle 1996

Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps
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ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Sunday 5 August 2007

BRAHMS
Variations on the St. Anthony Chorale (19:41)

ELGAR
Enigma Variations (33:39)

RICHARD STRAUSS
Oboe Concerto in D major (24:29)

RICHARD STRAUSS
Der Rosenkavalier - Suite (15:00)


Gennady Rozhdestvensky, conductor
Alexei Ogrintchouk, oboe

BBC Promenade Concerts 2007 No. 31 - Radio Broadcast
CONCERT ARCHIVE 109
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recordings just from 4 Beethoven-Sonatas from different concerts
between 1973 and 1986. These are all broadcast-recordings (sources:
France Musique, SWF).
In addition, from the Nohan-Festival 1979, works by Debussy and Liszt.



- Schwetzingen 1973:

http://rapidshare.com/files/51287087/Beethoven_10-3_Schwetzingen_1973.MP3

http://rapidshare.com/files/51303605/Beethoven_57_Schwetzingen_1973.MP3


http://rapidshare.com/files/51268782/Debussy_Images_Livre_I_-__Nohan_1979.MP3


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Here is another rare and great document featuring Wilhelm KempffLs
Schumann-legacy:
a performance of Symphonische Etuden, from a rectial in Potsdam,
7.x.1963 - from East-Germany Radio-broadcast.
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BARTOK: Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Rafael Kubelik
November 13-15, 1980
WFMT broadcast
Recording/Playback on Nakamichi analogue cassette
decks
mp3 (Lame) 320kbps
One rar file, 4 tracks/4 movements, 31f42h
Non-premium upload
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The great Russian pianist Emil Gilels in concert with Kiril Kondrashin
conducting Moscow Phil in Chopin's E min piano concerto. Very clear
transfer by Universita Degli Studi Di Trento as part of their
collection of public domain recordings.
The recording is in stereo, although the first movement sounds more
like a very spacious mono, than the genuine stereo of the remaining two
movements. For me, Gilels' playing and sonority in this live
performance are more electrifying than in his studio recording with
Ormandy/Phila Orch, fine though that recording is (and I am a big
Ormandy fan).
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Sir Clifford Curzon/David Zinman/Rochester Philharmonic
Beethoven Concerto No. 4
Oct 9,11 1980


pretty good sound from my aging reel to reel tape, in mp3 (256kbps)
for now. I've had some requests for FLAC on these. I will do my best
to put them up in that format in a day or two.
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For those who wish it, I have upload part one of a Monteux/Philadelphia
Orchestra concert.
This includes the Tragic Overture and Hindemith's Mathis der Maler. This is the
first part of
the concert of March 5, 1960; the second half is the Schubert 9th that has
already been
uploaded.

This is stereo, 256 kps. Once you download the zipped file below you can expand
it to 5 mp3
files. The Tragic Overture and Mathis der Maler are one file each; the remaining
short files are
announcements and commentary by William Smith.

The sound is a bit duller than the Schubert 9th, but it's more than listenable.
My source is a
cassette copy of either a broadcast or a multi-generational radio station
master. Instrument
placement is not entirely clear to me; the channels may be reversed (which can
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> Franz Schmidt
> Symphonie Nr. 3 A-Dur
> (Symphony No 3 A-major)
>
> Wiener Symphoniker
> Conductor: ???
>
> Wiener Festwochen
> 2nd June 1978
>
> Uploaded both as Wav and mp3. Each folder wth five tracks /
movements 1
> to 4 plus applause).

Carl Melles. M
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Arnold Scho"nberg

Gurre-Lieder

Melanie Diener (Sopran) ..... Towe
Yvonne Naef (Alt) ..... Waldtaube
Robert Dean Smith (Tenor) ..... Waldemar
Gerhard Siegel (Tenor) ..... Klaus Narr
Ralf Lukas (Bariton) ..... Bauer
Andreas Schmidt (Sprecher)

Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
MDR Rundfunkchor Leipzig
SWR Sinfonie-Orchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Leitung: Michael Gielen

Philharmonie Essen, 15. September 2006
Digital Radio 224 kbps stereo
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Niccolo` Paganini (1782-1840)

Concerto per violino n. 4 in re minore (1830)
Ruggiero Ricci, vl
Sinfonieorchester des Su"dwestfunks
Ernst Bour
Source: SWR digital boradcast

Le streghe, Variazioni per violino su un tema di F.X. Su"ssmayr op. 8
(1813)
Julia Fischer, vl
Mu"nchner Rundfunkorchester
Christoph Poppen
Source: BR digital broadcast

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Here is the promised FLAC version of this upload. I've opted NOT to
include the rather long spoken introduction, which would have bumped
this to over 200 mb. That is the first track in the previous mp3
upload, so it can be added from that version.

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PUBLISHED ON OTHER GROUPS BY ANY MEMBER OTHER THAN THE UPLOADER

http://rapidshare.com/files/48835420/Fischer_Beethoven_3_FLAC.rar.001

http://rapidshare.com/files/48798791/Fischer_Beethoven_3_FLAC.rar.002



From the original post:

Here's another performance I was fortunate enough to attend, a rare
visit to the US by Annie Fischer, playing the Beethoven 3rd Concerto
on Nov. 6, 1982. David Zinman conducted the Rochester Philharmonic,
and I was an eager Eastman piano major at that time. So many people I
never did hear, but during my time at Eastman I also heard Horowitz &
Curzon there. I've got the Curzon Beethoven 4th from that visit, if
anyone would like to hear that.

Pretty good sound here, from my reel to reel taping of the broadcast.

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PUBLISHED ON OTHER GROUPS BY ANY MEMBER OTHER THAN THE UPLOADER

http://rapidshare.com/files/48395633/Annie_Fischer_Beethoven_3.rar

Enjoy!

Neal





-------------------------------------------- DVD5 --------- Franz Schubert Sonata in B-flat major, D.960 Eduard Erdmann, piano Westdeutscher Rundfunk Koln (WDR), 1950, mono from a broadcast/ mp3 192 kb --------- > it's time for another goodie (I hope...) I peeled off my old reel- to- > reel tape. It was broadcast live by Bavarian radio. > > 1. Sopran -- Magna peccatrix: Faye Robinson > 2. Sopran -- Una poenitentium: Theresa Cahill > 3. Sopran -- Mater Gloriosa: Johanna Borovska' > 1. Alt -Mulier Samaritana: Mariana Lipovs(ek > 2. Alt -- Maria ?gyptiaca: Gwendolyn Killebrew > Tenor -- Doctor Marianus: William Cochran > Bariton -- Pater extaticus: Thomas Allen > Bass -- Pater profundus: Manfred Schenk > Orgel: Hans Haselbo"ck > * > Wiener Singverein -- Wiener Singakademie -- Wiener Sa"ngerknaben > Wiener Sinfoniker > Michael Gielen > > > June 5th, 1983, Grosser Konzerthaussaal Wien; 21. Musikfest der > Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft > --------- Oboe concerto, Jesper Harryson, Stockholm Philharmonic orchestra, Franz Bruggen Horn Concerto no 4, Kristofer Öberg, horn, Stockholm Philharmonic orchestra, Petter Sundkvist Bruggen aims at a light, deft, approach which the orchestra responds well to. The horn concerto is a cheerful performance of a cheerful piece. Sound in both cases is good, broadcast quality. http://rapidshare.com/files/43418747/Mozart_Oboe_Horn4_Stockholm.zip Original details: W A Mozart: 1. Oboekonsert C-dur. Jesper Harryson, oboe. Stockholms Filharmoniska Orkester, dirigent Frans Brüggen. 2. Hornkonsert nr 4 Ess-dur. Kristofer Öberg, horn. Stockholms Filharmoniska Orkester, dirigent Petter Sundkvist. --------- A rarity, from this week's "Tchaikovsky Experience" on BBC Radio3: Tchaikovsky: Symphony No 2 (Little Russian) New York Philharmonic Igor Stravinsky (conductor) 1940 --------- LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Sinfonie Nr. 9 d-moll, op.125 1 Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestos - 1.Satz (14:29) 2 Molto vivace - 2.Satz (13:49) 3 Adagio molto e cantabile - 3.Satz (12:34) 4 Allegro assai - 4.Satz (23:17) Rebecca Nash (Sopran) Wilke te Brummelstroete (Mezzosopran) Marcel Beekman (Tenor) David Wilson-Johnson (Bass) NDR-Chor Orchester des 18. Jahrhunderts Dir.: Frans Bru"ggen Deutsches Haus in Flensburg, 27. August 2006 Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps --------- Inspired by Yoel's upload - thanks a lot for - here is another recording of Mahler's monumental piece, given at the Musikhalle at Hamburg in March 1954. As there is no audience listenable I think it was a studio production, as the normal studio was too small for so many performers. I'm not quite sure, but this might have been one of the earliest recordings of the work ever. Sound is quite good for the limits of the time. Annelies Kupper Ilona Steingruber Dorothea Fo"rster-Georgi Maria von Ilosvay Ursula Zollenkopf Lorenz Fehenberger Hermann Prey Franz Crass NDR-Chor Ko"lner Rundfunkchor Chor der Hamburger Musikhochschule Sta"dtischer Chor Hamburg Knabenchor der Oberschule Eppendorf NDR-Sinfonieorchester Winfried Zillig Recorded at rebroadcast some years ago, total time is near to 83 minutes According to NDR archive it is a radio studio recording, recorded on 29th and 30th november 1954. --------- BBC program - Talking About Music Originally broadcst January 23, 1961 Denis Matthews - discusses and demonstrates the cadenza Adrian Boult: "Are Conductors Necessary"? William Walton discusses a new work he is writing for Peter Pears and Julian Bream, with excerpts of a live performance thereof. superb FM sound, 192 kbps mono. --------- Monteux/Philadelphia 1960 broadcast of Schubert 9th "The Great" http://rapidshare.com/files/38618800/01_-_Track_1.rar --------- 20-Sep-1946 Royal Albert Hall, London Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No.9 in D minor, Op.125 4th movt. - "Und freudenvollere..." to end (19' 43") (sung in English) BBC Singers Goldsmiths Choral Union BBC Symphony Orchestra cond. Sir Adrian Boult Sung as never heard before, apparently with multiple voices from the chorus taking the solo parts. Source: direct transfer from quite badly worn 12" Levy's acetates --------- Jacques Stehman 1912-1975 Symphonie de Poche, 1950 1st Mvt Introduction 2nd Mvt Vif 3rd Mvt Lent 4th Mvt Allegro Chant Funebre Eduard van Remoortel L'Orchestre National de Belgique 10" London International LP W.91082 --------- it after having discovered and remastered it a bit although the records, 4 russian Aprel.-Shellacks, have been survived in quite good condition. I have found no other LP or CD-source of this performance and just hope that you enjoy it. Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf V.P. Maretskaja (actress-narr.) USSR State S.O. N. Golovanov http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?5jnvmdjboz2 As a complement, here is also the filler (same performers): Prokofiev: Scherzo and March --------- Johannes Brahms Violinkonzert D-dur op. 77 41:41 Richard Strauss "Rosenkavalier"-Suite 26:16 Maurice Ravel "La Valse" 13:38 Boris Belkin (Violine) Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR Leitung: Serge Baudo Mannheimer Rosengarten, 6. Dezember 2007 Digital Satellite Radio 256 kbps --------- <> --------- Cleveland Orchestra George Szell, conductor Robert Casadesus, piano December 6, 1966 Severance Hall Stravinsky: Pulcinella Suite Mozart: Piano Concerto in C, K467 DOWNLOAD LINKS SHOULD NOT BE PASSED OUTSIDE THIS GROUP, PUBLISHED ON BLOGS OR PUBLISHED ON OTHER GROUPS BY ANY MEMBER OTHER THAN THE UPLOADER http://rapidshare.com/files/90306206/SzellCasadsusCleveland12-6-66-I.rar Falla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain Wagner: Tannhauser Overture --------- ORIGINAL MESSAGE: Because of the great success of my previous Gorr-Mahler upload, another one: Gustav Mahler DAS LIED VON DER ERDE Symphonie fu"r Alt, Tenor und Orchester. Das Trinklied vom Jammer der Erde Der Einsame im Herbst Von der Jugend Von der Scho"nheit Der Trunkene im Fru"hling Der Abschied Rita Gorr, Alt Kenneth MacDonald, Tenor Orchestre National de l'ORTF Georges Sebasatian Besanc,on, 1969 --------- Joseph Haydn Symphonie Nr. 73 D-Dur „La Chasse" 22:23 Dmitrij Schostakowitsch Symphonie Nr. 2 B-Dur, op. 14 „Oktober" 19:20 Anton Bruckner Helgoland 13:35 Slowakischer Philharmonische Chor Bratislava Wiener Symphoniker Leitung: Gennadi Roshdestwenskij Wiener Musikvereinssaal, 27. Juni 1982 Rundfunk-Live-Aufnahme 192 kbps 75 Mb Message #15610 --------- akashi Asahina conducts Ignaz Dorn's Characteristic Sympho Message List Reply | Forward Message #19678 of 47640 < Prev < Prev | Next > Next > Titled Labyrinth Images or Dream and Awakening, Characteristic Symphony, this live performance (year unknown) is played by the Niederosterreichische Tonkunstler Orchester conducted by Takashi Asahina. Asahina did conduct in Europe, especially Germany (there are a whole series of NDR performances spanning almost 35 years) and in the USA (predominantly with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra) but this is the first recording I have come across with Asahina and this orchestra. It is a rare addition to anyone's Asahina collection. Until I heard this work, both composer and work were unfamiliar to me, and even after an extensive search I still know little about Dorn. He was Austrian, born in 1830 and died in 1872, and was a contemporary and champion of Anton Bruckner. That is the extent of what I can offer. No recordings of his works seem to be in print any where. If anyone has any more information about Dorn please let me know. The work spans just 27 minutes. --------- Dmitrij Schostakowitsch Sinfonie Nr. 13 „Babi Yar" 1. Baby Yard (Adagio) 16:37 2. Humour (Allegretto) 7:58 3. In the store (Adagio) 12:49 4. Fears (Largo) 12;41 5. A Career (Allegretto) 14:29 Albert Dohmen, Bariton Chor des Genfer Opernhauses Orchestre de la Suisse Romande Leitung: Armin Jordan Victoria Hall, Genf, 24. Januar 2001 Rundfunk-Live-Aufnahme 256 kbps stereo --------- This is a very rare recording ripped of the archives of the Greek Broadcast Network (ERT). Its a recital that the legendary greek pianist Gina Bachauer gave in Athens, in the Hotel Grande Bretagne (!!) in 1967 with Princess Irene (who was her pupil...and who also was a princess...Greece was still a kingdom then). Mozart Concerto for two pianos and Orchestra in E flat major Eyre Symphony Orchestra Cond: Alex Sherman Gina Bachauer, Princess Irene (Gina Bachauer, Born in Athens 1913 Passed away August 1976 Athens just some minutes before a concert she would give at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus) http://rapidshare.com/files/2417900/GinaBachauer1967.rar the sound is great, ripped at 192kbps --------- Sir Thomas Beecham Helsinki City Symphony Concert of June 17, 1954 - Sibelius Festival Symphony No. 6 Tapiola Tempest: Incidental Music Symphony No. 7 Also included: London Philharmonic, Nov. 18, 1937: Delius: Dance Rhapsody No. 1 (incomplete) Elgar: Introduction and Allegro (incomplete) http://rapidshare.com/files/2586532/Beecham_Sibelius_Helsinki_1954_i.zip http://rapidshare.com/files/2586848/Beecham_Sibelius_Helsinki_1954_ii.zip 2 mp3 files with cuesheets, 160 kbps, mono - very fine sond --------- As requested, now on a Premium account: http://rapidshare.com/files/560921/LvdE_GORR1969.zip.html ORIGINAL MESSAGE: Because of the great success of my previous Gorr-Mahler upload, another one: Gustav Mahler DAS LIED VON DER ERDE Symphonie fu"r Alt, Tenor und Orchester. Das Trinklied vom Jammer der Erde Der Einsame im Herbst Von der Jugend Von der Scho"nheit Der Trunkene im Fru"hling Der Abschied Rita Gorr, Alt Kenneth MacDonald, Tenor Orchestre National de l'ORTF Georges Sebasatian Besanc,on, 1969 --------- This concert took place at Hamburg Concert Hall on 5 april 1954, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt conducted the NDR-Sinfonie-Orchester. I recorded it at a rebroadcast maybe 20 years ago on open reel, for that the sound is quite good, but of course not perfect. http://rapidshare.com/files/2522548/della_Casa_Strauss.zip --------- Engelbert Humperdinck: Dornro"schen (The sleeping beauty), Cond. Rolf Reuter, Berlin, late 1980s broadcast http://rapidshare.com/files/7927346/Dornroeschen.mp3 --------- [OperaShare] PREMIUM UPLOAD Elgar: THE MUSIC MAKERS - Sargent 1965 A BBC broadcast from 1965. Marjorie Thomas (contralto) Royal Choral Society Huddersfield Choral Society Leeds Philharmonic Society London Symphony Orchestra Sir Malcolm Sargent --------- OperaShare] Elgar 'Cello Concerto - du Pre, Sargent A BBC broadcast from 1963, when du Pre was 18, with the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Sir Malcolm Sargent. It pre-dates the famous Barbirolli recording by two years. It's a fine performance, but is disfigured by occasional noises off and a persistent cougher. If any one has the technology, and the time and patience, to clean it up and re-upload they would be doing a great service. --------- Igor Stravinsky MAVRA Opera buffa in un atto Libretto di Boris Kochno Traduzione di Yuri Schleipfer Ratkov Baracha: Gianna Galli La vicina: Bianca Bortoluzzi La madre: Fedora Barbieri L'ussaro: Giampaolo Corradi Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della Rai Direttore, Mario Rossi Registrato il 10 giugno 1960 source RAI3 sat mp3 256 kb/sec --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- ---------