Debussy, Heifetz, Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra, Munch, Boston Symphony - Debussy's Greatest Hits mp3 album
Debussy, Heifetz, Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra, Munch, Boston Symphony – Debussy's Greatest Hits. Label: RCA Red Seal – LSC-5017. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation. The Girl With The Flaxen Hair. Piano – Brooks Smith (2). 2:20. Golliwog's Cakewalk (From "Children's Corner" Suite). 2:26.
Conductor – Charles Münch Orchestra – Boston Symphony Orchestra. A3. La Fille Aux Cheveux De Lin (Aus "Préludes", Buch 1). Piano – Leonard Pennario. Debussy, Heifetz, Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra, Munch, Boston Symphony - Debussy's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp).
A1. –Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra. A2 –Charles Munch, Boston Symphony. A5 –Charles Munch, Boston Symphony. B1 –Charles Munch, Boston Symphony. B2.
Munch turned the BSO into arguably the greatest French orchestra in the world while preserving its sovereignty in the American, Austro-German, central European and Russian repertoires. The new set also contain Munch s 1963 French-music compilation with the Philadelphia Orchestra for American Columbia. They produced stereo records by the Boston Symphony under Charles Munch (66 LPs), and the Chicago Symphony under Fritz Reiner (58 LPs).
Album · 1994 · 14 Songs. Claire de Lune from Suite Bergamasque. Eugene Ormandy & The Philadelphia Orchestra. 6. Golliwog's Cake-Walk from Children's Corner Suite. Ensemble Wien-Berlin. Michael Tilson Thomas & London Symphony Orchestra. Assez Vif Et Bien Rythmé from String Quartet In G Minor, Op. 10. Juilliard String Quartet, Robert Mann, Joel Smirnoff, Samuel Rhodes & Joel Krosnick.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) is an American orchestra based in Boston, Massachusetts. It is one of the five major American symphony orchestras commonly referred to as the "Big Five". Founded in 1881, the BSO plays most of its concerts at Boston's Symphony Hall and in the summer performs at Tanglewood. Andris Nelsons is the current music director of the BSO. Bernard Haitink currently holds the title of conductor emeritus of the BSO, and Seiji Ozawa has the title of BSO music director laureate.
6 Broadcasts of the Boston Symphony Orchestra from Symphony Hall Centennial Set released by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Broadcast from Tanglewood of the Boston Symphony Orchestra released by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. 7 Recordings made with the Philadelphia Orchestra for Columbia Records. 8 Broadcast of the Philadelphia Orchestra released on the Philadelphia Orchestra's Centennial Set. 9 Recordings (Live) made with the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra issued by Panton. 0 Broadcast of the RAI Symphony Orchestra released by Tahra. 1962 Debussy: Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra Pianist: Nicole Henriot-Schweitzer. 1962 Dutilleux: Symphony No. 2Le Double. 1962 Honegger: Symphony No. 1.
Information about Boston Symphony and Boston Pops orchestras, Symphony Hall in Boston, and Tanglewood. Munch turned the BSO into arguably the greatest French orchestra in the world while preserving its sovereignty in the American, Austro-German, central European and Russian repertoires. The new set also contains Munch's 1963 French-music compilation with the Philadelphia Orchestra for American Columbia.
Chausson - Poème, for violin and orchestra. Debussy - "The Sunken Cathedral," from Preludes. INTERMISSION -. Debussy - La Mer. Thursday, October 11, 2018. 7:30 pm Verizon Hall. Principal Guest Conductor Stéphane Denève leads two weeks of concerts inspired by both Leopold Stokowski, music director of The Philadelphia Orchestra, and Dr. Albert C. Barnes, founder of the Barnes Foundation. They were cultural pioneers, bringing the latest in art and music to Philadelphia in the early 1900s and presenting it in bold, new ways.
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|A1||–Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra||Clair De Lune||4:37|
|A2||–Charles Munch, Boston Symphony*||Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Faun||8:57|
|A3||–Jascha Heifetz||The Girl With The Flaxen Hair
Piano – Brooks Smith
|A4||–Jascha Heifetz||Golliwog's Cakewalk (From "Children's Corner" Suite)
Piano – Brooks Smith
|A5||–Charles Munch, Boston Symphony*||Nuages||7:17|
|B1||–Charles Munch, Boston Symphony*||Fêtes||6:36|
|B2||–Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra||Rêverie||6:38|
|B3||–Jascha Heifetz||La Plus Que Lente
Piano – Emanuel Bay
|B4||–Charles Munch, Boston Symphony*||La Mer: Part 3, Dialogue Of The Wind And The Waves||7:54|
- Composed By – Debussy*
- Concept By – R. Peter Munves
- Conductor – Charles Munch (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B4), Eugene Ormandy (tracks: A1, B2)
- Engineer – Bernard Keville, Paul Goodman (tracks: A1, B2)
- Liner Notes – Clair W. Van Ausdall
- Painting – Bob Pepper
- Producer – Max Wilcox (tracks: A1, B2), Peter Dellheim
- Violin – Jascha Heifetz (tracks: A3, A4, B3)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): ARRS-4019
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): ARRS-4020
|LSC-5017||Debussy*||Debussy's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||RCA Red Seal||LSC-5017||US||1972|
|SBR 235376||Debussy*||Debussy's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||CBS||SBR 235376||Australia||1972|
|LSC-5017||Claude Debussy||Debussy's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||RCA Red Seal||LSC-5017||New Zealand||Unknown|
|ViP 10||Claude Debussy||Debussy's Greatest (LP, Comp)||RCA||ViP 10||Germany||1972|
|GK 89445||Debussy*||Debussy's Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp, RE)||RCA||GK 89445||Europe||1984|