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Label : RCO
Format : Ape
Cover : Yes

Tracklist :

CD 1 :

Johann Sebastian Bach
piano concerto in d minor, bwv 1052 (1735/40)

Glenn Gould – piano, Dimitri Mitropoulos

Franz Schubert
symphony no.4 in c minor, d417 ‘tragic’ (1816)

Hans Rosbaud

Ludwig van Beethoven
symphony no.8 in f major, op.93 (1812)

Pierre Monteux

CD 2 :

Igor Stravinsky
chant du rossignol poeme symphonique pour orchestre (1917)

Pierre Boulez

Rudolf Escher
Nostalgies, op.21 pour tenor et petit orchestre (1951)

Lode Devos – tenor, Bernard Haitink

Claude Debussy
jeux pooeme danse (1912-1913)

Pierre Boulez

Luigi Dallapiccola – variazioni per orchestra (1954)

Hans Rosbaud

CD 3 :

otto ketting
symphony no.1 (1957-1959)

hans rosbaud

alban berg
drei orchesterstucke, op.6. (1914-1915)

hans rosbaud

frank martin
sechs monologe aus ‘jedermann’ (1943, orch. 1949)

andré vessières – baritone, eugen jochum

grazyna bacewicz
music for strings, trumpets and percussion (1958)

witold rowicki

CD 4-5 :

giuseppe verdi
falstaff lyric comedy in three acts (1893) : first act
falstaff lyric comedy in three acts (1893): second act

fernando corena, bass (falstaff), renato capecchi, baritone (ford), luigi alva, tenor (fenton), mario carlin, tenor (dr. caius), florindo andreolli, tenor (bardolfo), enrico campi, bass (pistola), ilva ligabue, soprano (aliec ford), mirella freni, soprano (nanetta) , fedora barbieri, mezzo-soprano (mistress quickly), fernanda cadoni, mezzo-soprano (ms. meg page)
netherlands chamber choir, carlo maria giulini

matthijs vermeulen
symphony no.1 ‘symfonia carminum’ (1912-1914)

bernard haitink

CD 6 :

johannes brahms
tragic overture in d minor, op.81 (1881)

pierre monteux

richard strauss
don quixote, op.35 (1897)

pierre fournier – violoncello, george szell

richard wagner
brunnhildes abschied from gotterdammerung (1876)

brigit nilsson – mezzo-soprano, pierre monteux

CD 7 :

arnold schonberg
piano concerto, op.42 (1942)

theo brumis – piano, gustav könig

robert heppener
eglogues for orchestra (1963)

eugen jochum

jean sibelius
symphony no.2 in d major, op.43 (1902)

george szell

CD 8 :

frank martin
les quatre elements etudes symphoniques (1964)

bernard haitink

maurice ravel
sheherazade trois poemes pour chant et orchestre (1903)

victoria de los angeles – mezzo-soprano, pierre monteux

bela bartok
concerto for orchestra, sz.116 (1943, rev. 1945)

erich leinsdorf

CD 9 :

luigi nono
il canto sospeso (1955-1956)

ilse hollweg – soprano, sophia van sante – mezzo-soprano, friedrich lenz – tenor
members of the netherlands radio choirr, pierre boulez

henri dutilleux
metaboles (1964)

george szell

felix mendelssohn
symphony no.3 in a minor, op.56 ‘scottish’ (1842)

bruno maderna

CD 10 :

bela bartok
violin concerto no.1, sz.36 (1907-1908)

yehudi menuhin – violin, pierre boulez

benjamin britten
les illuminations, op.18 (1939)

peter pears – tenor, colin davis

edgard varese
ionisation for percussion ensemble of 13 players (1929-1931)
deserts for wind, percussion, piano and 2-track tape (1950-1954)

bruno maderna

CD 11 :

franz schubert
symphony no.8 in b minor, d759 ‘unfinished’ (1822)

wolfgang amadeus mozart
violin concerto no.3 in g major, kv 216 (1775)

paul hindemith
symphony ‘mathis der maler’ (1934)

valery klimov – violin, eugene ormandy

CD 12 :

alban berg
funf orchesterlieder nach ansichtskarten-texten von peter altenberg, op.4 (1912)

anton webern
vier lieder, op.13 (1924)

halina lukomska – soprano, bruno maderna

hans werner henze
double concerto for oboe and harp (1966)

heinz holliger – oboe, ursula holliger – harp, hans werner henze

dmitri shostakovich
symphony no.6 in b minor, op.54 (1939)

kirill kondrashin

CD 13 :

gustav mahler
symphony no.7 in e minor (1904-1905)

bernard haitink

CD 14 :

igor stravinsky
feu d’artifice, op.4 fantaisie pour grand orchestre (1908)

hans werner henze

sergei prokofiev
symphony no.1 in d, op.25 ‘classical’ (1917-1917)

karel ančerl

witold lutoslawski
musique funebre (1958)

witold lutosławski

witold lutoslawski
trois poemes d’henri michaux for 20-part choir and orchestra (1963)

vocal ensemble ncrv, edu de waart

witold lutoslawski
jeux venetiens (1961)

bruno maderna

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