Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Arthur Nikisch, Erich Kleiber, Hans Pfitzner, Hans Knappertsbusch, Victor De Sabata, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Paul Hindemith, Karl Böhm, Herbert von Karajan - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra And It's Great Conductors album FLAC
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Matrix, Runout: Side A : MG 1482A FEO 1 - 2 2 P 1966 A 70 V 00 2563 002 S1. Matrix, Runout (1 - 1): Side B : MG 1482B 2 P 1964 A 70 V 00 2563 002 S2.
Self-published by the Berlin Philharmonic in 2006, this collection of 12 CDs traces the history of the orchestra, beginning with its first recording in 1913. A 72 page book, entirely in German, with lots of photographs, and the 12 CDs fit into a fancy GOLD box (6" by 12" by 3" deep). SLIGHTED GUEST CONDUCTORS: Bruno Walter, Oskar Fried, Leo Blech, Hans Pfitzner, Richard Strauss, Victor de Sabata, Hans Abendroth, Willem Mengelberg, Carl Schuricht, Eugen Jochum, Hans Knappertsbusch, Karl Bohm, Rudolf Kempe, Hans Rosbaud, Fritz Lehmann, Josef Keilberth, Andre Cluytens, Raphael Kubelik, John Barbirolli, Carlo Maria Giulini, Klaus Tennstedt. Borchard and the Berlin Philharmonic recorded works by Glazunov, Tchaikovsky and Weber.
Under Karajan’s leadership, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra also developed into global players – thanks to spectacular tours to America, Japan and China, as well as innumerable sound and film recordings. Karajan was a man of the media, open for all innovations in recording engineering. With an encyclopaedic single-mindedness, he recorded his entire repertoire on records, later on CDs, and captured many of his opera and concert performances on film. The Berliner Philharmoniker’s media impact greatly increased through their principal conductor’s active productive activity.
The Berlin Philharmonic (German: Berliner Philharmoniker) is a German orchestra based in Berlin. It is traditionally ranked in the top handful of orchestras in the world, distinguished amongst peers for its virtuosity and compelling sound. The orchestra’s history has always been tied to its chief conductors, many of whom have been authoritative and controversial characters, such as Wilhelm Furtwängler and Herbert von Karajan.
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra · Victor de Sabata. Producer and Audio Restoration Engineer: Mark Obert-Thorn Special thanks to Nathan Brown and Charles Niss for providing source material. All recordings made in the Alte Jacobstrasse Studio, Berlin. Overdo it and it becomes a mannerism, a tiresome trick that makes the listener feel manipulated. Underplay it and the performance fails to engage. It is that element as much as anything that underlines that EMI Tosca from beginning to end, and de Sabata not only brings that knowledge to the orchestra, but to Callas and Gobbi, and even to some extent to di Stefano as well. Here the conductor’s mastery of dramatic progression is evident throughout, never more so than in the most dramatic (and many would say tragic) of Brahms’s symphonies.
Herbert von Karajan (German: (listen); born Heribert Ritter von Karajan; 5 April 1908 – 16 July 1989) was an Austrian conductor. He was principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic for 35 years. Generally regarded as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, he was a dominant figure in European classical music from the mid-1950s until his death. Part of the reason for this was the large number of recordings he made and their prominence during his lifetime
Karajan conducted the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra for thirty-five years. Herbert von Karajan was the son of an upper-bourgeois Salzburg family of Greek ancestry. His her, Georgeous Johannes Karajanis (Greek: Γεώργιος Ιωάννης Καραγιάννης), was born in Kozani, at that time a town in the Ottoman Empire (now in Greek Macedonia), and left for Vienna in 1767, eventually moving to Chemnitz in Saxony. In 1895, Arthur Nikisch became chief conductor, and was succeeded in 1923 by Wilhelm Furtwängler. The orchestra continued to perform throughout World War II, despite several changes in leadership. After Furtwängler fled to Switzerland in 1945, Leo Borchard became conductor.
Herbert von Karajan (Template:IPA-de; born Heribert Ritter von Karajan; 5 April 1908 – 16 July 1989) was an Austrian conductor. He is generally regarded as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, and he was a dominant figure in European classical music from the mid-1950s until his death. Part of the reason for this was the large number of recordings he made and their prominence during his lifetime
It was Weingartner who led the orchestra's first concert devoted to entirely to the music of Johann Strauss, Jr. (for the composer's centennial), on 25 October 1925. In 1927, when Weingartner resigned, the orchestra elected Wilhelm Furtwängler. He resigned at the end of the 1929/30 season because of increased professional demands in Berlin. Krauss left in 1933 to become director of the Berlin State Opera (after Erich Kleiber resigned that position to protest Nazi rule). Other conductors who worked with the orchestra in the mid-1930s before the Anschluss included Arturo Toscanini, Weingartner, Hans Knappertsbusch, Otto Klemperer, Adrian Boult, Victor de Sabata and George Szell. Walter conducted the last concert before the Anschluss, on 20 February 1938, featuring the world premiere of Egon Wellesz's Prosperos Beschwörungen and Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 4. Part of the reason for this was the large number of recordings he made and their prominence during his lifetime.
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|A1||Le Carnaval Romain, Overture Op. 9
Composed By – Berlioz*Conductor – Arthur Nikisch
|A2||German Dance No. 3 In B-Flat Major
Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – Erich Kleiber
|A3||Symphony No. 8 In F Op. 93 (2nd Movt. Allegretto Scherzando)
Composed By – Beethoven*Conductor – Hans Pfitzner
|A4||Die Walkure : Walkurenritt
Composed By – Richard WagnerConductor – Hans Knappertsbusch
|A5||Tristan Und Isolde : Isoldes Liebestod
Composed By – Richard WagnerConductor – Victor De Sabata
|B1||Egmont - Overture Op. 84
Composed By – Ludwig van BeethovenConductor – Wilhelm Furtwängler
|B2||Symphony "Mathis Der Maler" 1. Engelkonzert
Composed By – Paul HindemithConductor – Paul Hindemith
|B3||Eine Kleine Nachtmusik In G Major, K. 525 1 Mvt. : Allegro
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Karl Böhm
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsConductor – Herbert von Karajan
|B4a||No. 5 In G Minor : Allegro|
|B4b||No. 6 In D Major : Vivace|
- Manufactured By – Nippon Grammophon Co., Ltd.
- Orchestra – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: Side A : MG 1482A FEO 1 - 2 2 P 1966 A 70 V 00 2563 002 S1
- Matrix / Runout (1 - 1): Side B : MG 1482B 2 P 1964 A 70 V 00 2563 002 S2