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Label : DG
Format : Ape
Cover : Yes

All the great conductors on Deutsche Grammophon from the 1930s to the 2000s in one essential box set.

A 40-CD original-jacket collection.

Several recordings are new to CD, or have their first international CD release.

Iconic recordings alongside rarer gems.

112-page booklet with new liner notes by Julian Haylock.

The ideal cornerstone for any library of orchestral music .

Since its founding in 1898, Deutsche Grammophon has always stood for the highest standards of artistry and has been home to the greatest conductors in the world. Today, the label continues to be known for musical excellence, great orchestras led by legendary conductors, and for stunning recordings.

The Yellow Label proudly celebrates the greatest conductors of their age who shaped the musical landscape from the 1930s to the present day. Deutsche Grammophon presents 40 of the most outstanding orchestral recordings from 40 of the world’s greatest conductors in ONE ESSENTIAL BOX SET.

111 THE CONDUCTORS presents a wide breadth of repertoire from Haydn and Mozart to Mahler and Messiaen; legendary recordings from Kleiber’s immortal Beethoven 5 & 7 to Karajan’s sensational Beethoven 9 to Nelsons’ more recent Shostakovich Symphonies 5 & 9; and also rare gems either new to CD or never before released internationally in this format – recordings by Fritz Busch, Riccardo Chailly, Fritz Lehmann, Ferdinand Leitner and Carl Schuricht.

Tracklist : DG 111 – The Conductors