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Here you will find works for various ensembles: concertos (Kozeluch, Saint-Saëns...), chamber ensembles (octets, sextets...) vocal works (Shnittke's requiem, Martinu songs, Rachmaninov Vespers...) even the recent release of a concert by Mvravinsky in 1959.


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French Orchestral Music of the ‘Belle Époque’

ERNEST CHAUSSON (1855-1899)
SYMPHONIE en si bémol majeur, Op.20 31:52
SYMPHONY in B flat, Op.20 (1889-90)
1. I. Lent. – Allegro vivo 11:32
2. II. Très lent 08:27
3. III. Animé 11:45
Recorded in Boston Symphony Hall, 26 February 1962. Produced by John Pfeiffer . Publisher: Editions Salabert

POÈME DE L’AMOUR ET DE LA MER, pour mezzo-soprano et orchestre 27:14
For voice and orchestra, verses by Maurice Bouchorr ’(1890)
4. I. La Fleur des Eaux. Calme 10:38*
5. II. Interlude. Lent et triste 02:37*
6. III. La Mort de l’Amour Andante 13:51*
Enregistrement privé partant de la transmission par la BBC d’un concert du Hallé Orchestra du 9 mars 1951.
Il manque les mesures 129 à 133 de La Fleur des Eaux
Private acetate recording based on a BBC transmission of a concert by the Hallé Orchestra, 9 March 1951.
Bars 129-133 missing from La Fleur des Eaux.

CLAUDE DEBUSSSY (1862-1918)
PRINTEMPS, suite symphonique (1887-1913), H.Büsser orchestrated 15:47
Orchestral suite
7. I. Très modéré 09:31
8. II. Modéré 06:13
Recorded in Boston Symphony Hall, 1962.

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BOSTON SYMPHONY Orchestra, Charles MUNCH
(4-6) Kathleen FERRIER, contralto
Hallé Orchestra, Sir John BARBIROLLI

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PRD 250 345

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Wilhelm Furtwängler :

Ludwig van Beethoven 1770-1827

1. LEONORE III Op.72a, overture 13:53
Recording live, Vienna, Musikverein, Großer Saal, 2 June 1944

SYMPHONY No.7 in A major, Op.92 38:30
SYMPHONIE Nr.7 A-Dur op.92
SYMPHONIE no7 en la majeur op.92
2. I. Poco sostenuto-Vivace 12:44
3. II. Allegretto 10:06
4. III. Presto 08:32
5. IV. Allegro con spirito 06:48
Studio recording, Vienna, 18-19 June 1950

SYMPHONY No.8 in F major, Op.93 27:19
SYMPHONY Nr.8 F-Dur op.93
SYMPHONIE no8 en fa majeur, op.93
6. I. Allegro vivace e con brio 08:25
7. II. Allegretto scherzando 04:35
8. III. Tempo di minuetto 05:45
9. IV. Allegro vivace 07:54
Recording live, Salzburg, 8 August 1954

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Wiener Philharmoniker
Wilhelm FURTWÄNGLER

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Wilhelm Kempff (1895-1991), plays Mozart

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791)

CONCERTO FOR PIANO No.24 in C minor, K.491 (1786) 30:13
KLAVIERKONZERT Nr.24 c-Moll KV 491
CONCERTO POUR PIANO no24 en ut mineur, K 491
1. I. Allegro (Cadenza Wilhelm Kempff) 13:11
2. II. Larghetto 07:02
3. III. [Allegretto] (Cadenza Wilhelm Kempff) 10:17
Recorded in Bamberg, Kulturraum, April 1960

PIANO SONATA No.11 in A, K.331 ‘alla turca’ (1778) 22:37
KLAVIERSONATE Nr.11 A-Dur KV 331
SONATE POUR PIANO no11 en la majeur K 331
4. I. Andante grazioso 12:52
5. II. Menuetto 06:09
6. III. Alla turca. Allegretto 03:36

CONCERTO FOR PIANO No.8 in C, K.246 (1791) 22:30
KLAVIERKONZERT Nr.8 C-Dur KV 246 „Lützow-Konzert‘
CONCERTO POUR PIANO no8 en ut majeur K 246
7. I. Allegro aperto 07:22
8. II. Andante 07:06
9. III. Rondeau. Tempo di minuetto 07:52
Recorded in Berlin, Ufa-Tonstudio, January 1962

10. FANTASIA in D minor, K.397 (385g) (1782) 05:37
FANTASIE d-Moll KV 397 / FANTAISIE POUR CLAVIER en ré mineur K 397
Adagio - Allegro - Andantino - Più allegro -Tempo primo

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(1-3) Bamberger Symphoniker
(7-9) Berliner Philharmoniker, Ferdinand LEITNER

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prd 250 359

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Carlo Maria GIULINI (1914-2005) in London

Robert SCHUMANN 1810-1856

1. MANFRED, overture Op.115 11:52
Recorded in London, 3-4 June 1958. Original Columbia Gramophone Company, UK

SYMPHONY No.3 in E flat major, Op.97 ‘Rhenisch’ 32:13
SYMPHONIE Nr.3 Es-Dur op.97 „Rheinische“
SYMPHONIE no3 en mi bémol majeur op.97 “Rhénane”
2. I. Lebhaft 09:53
3. II. Scherzo (Sehr mäßig) 06:12
4. III. Nicht Schnell 05:17
5. IV. Feierlich – Die Halben wie vorher die Viertel 05:00
6. V. Lebhaft – Schneller 05:35
Recorded in London, 3-4 June 1958. Original Columbia Gramophone Company, UK

Pyotr Il’yich TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893

SYMPHONY No.2 in C minor, Op.17 ‘Little Russian’ 31:02
SYMPHONY Nr.2 c-Moll op.17 „Kleinrussische“
SYMPHONIE no2 en ut mineur, op.17 “Petite Russienne”
7. I. Andante sostenuto- Allegro vivo 10:14
8. II. Andantino marziale, quasi moderato 06:49
7. III. Scherzo (Allegro molto vivace) 05:20
9. IV. Allegro vivace 08:21
Recorded in London, 29 September 1956

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The Philharmonia
Carlo Maria GIULINI

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Rudolf Serkin (1903-1991) plays Austro-Hungarian Piano Concertos

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791)
PIANO CONCERTO No 27 in B flat major, K 595 (1785)
KLAVIERKONZERT Nr. 27 B-Dur KV 595

CONCERTO POUR PIANO no27 en si bémol majeur, K 595
1. I. Allegro 13:24
2. II. Larghetto 09:04
3. III. Allegretto 08:51
Recorded in Philadelphia, 28 January 1962

PIANO CONCERTO No.12 in A major, K 414 (385p) (1786)
KLAVIERKONZERT Nr.12 A Dur KV 414
CONCERTO POUR PIANO no23 en la majeur K 488
4. I. Allegro 09:58
5. II. Andante 09:18
6. III. Rondo. Allegro - Cadenza di Ferruccio Busoni 06:25
Recorded llve during the Marboro Festival, October 1962

BÉLA BARTÓK (1881-1945)

PIANO CONCERTO No.1, Sz. 83 (1945)
KLAVIERKONZERT Nr.1 Sz.83 CONCERTO POUR PIANO no1, Sz 83
7. I. Allegro moderato 08:45
8. II. Andante 07:48
9. III. Allegro molto 06:20
Recorded in Cleveland, April 1962

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Rudolf SERKIN, piano / Klavier
(1-3) The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene ORMANDY
(4-6) Marlboro Festival, Alexander SCHNEIDER
(7-9) Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Georg SZELL

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PRD 250 350

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Shostakovich plays... Shostakovich (1955-1957)

CD1
FROM JEWISH FOLK POETRY, op.79 (1948) 24:14
1. I. Lament for A Dead Child / Lamentation sur la mort d’un jeune enfant 02:48
Die Klage über das tote Kind
2. II. The Thoughtful Mother and Aunt / Les petits soins de Maman & Tantine 01:54
Die sorgsame Mutter und Tante
3. III. Lullaby / Berceuse / Wiegenlied 03:21
4. IV. Before a long separation / Avant une longue absence / Vor der langen Trennung 02:48
5. V. A warning / Avertissement / Eine Warnung 01:08
6. VI. The abandoned Father / Le Père abandonné / Der im Stich gelassene Vater 02:08
7. VII. Song of Hardship / La misère / Das Lied über die Not 01:24
8. VIII. Winter / Hiver / Winter 03:10
9. IX. The good life / La belle Vie / Ein gutes Leben 01:19
10. X. Young girl’s song / Chanson de jeune fille / Das Lied eines jungen Mädchen 02:36
11. XI. Happiness / Le Bonheur / Das Glück 01:26
Recorded live in Moscow, 15 January 1955

PIANO CONCERTO No.2 in F major, Op.102 (1957) 16:16
12. I. Allegro 06:12
13. II. Andante 05:09
14. III. Allegro 04:55
Recorded live in Moscow, 10 May 1957

PIANO CONCERTO No.1 in C minor, Op.35 (1933) 21:16
15. I. Allegretto 06:49
16. II. Lento – attacca 05:37
17. III. Moderato – attacca 01:22
18. IV. Allegro con brio 06.40
Recorded live in Moscow, 27 November 1957

19. CONCERTINO FOR TWO PIANOS, in A minor, Op.94 (1954) 08:03
Adagio – Allegretto
Recorded in Moscow Conservatory, 1957

CD 2
PIANO QUINTET in G major, Op.57 (1940) 29:59
1. First movement: Prelude, Lento 04:55
2. Second movement: Fugue, Adagio 12:25
3. Third movement: Scherzo, Allegretto 03:40
4. Fourth movement: Intermezzo, Lento 06:29
5. Fifth movement: Finale, Allegretto 05.58
Recorded live in Moscow, 10 May 1957

CELLO SONATA in D minor, Op.40. (1934) 24:21
6. I. Moderato 10:48
7. II. Moderato con moto 03:06
8. III. Largo 07:59
9. IV. Allegretto 03:28
Recorded live in Moscow Conservatory, 10 May 1957

PRELUDES (4) Op.34, arranged for violin and piano par Dmitry Tsyganov 05:00
10. I. No.10 in C sharp minor 01:47
11. II. No.16 in B fat ininor 01:06
12. III. No.15 in D flat 00:55
13. IV. No.24 in D minor 01:10
Recorded in Moscow Conservatory, 1957

PRELUDES and FUGUES, Op.87 (1950-1) (excerpts) 12:14
14. I. No.5 in D major 03:03
15. II. No.23 in F major 06:09
16. III. No.3 in G major 03:02
Recorded in Moscow, May 1957

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Dmitry Shostakovich, piano
CD1 (1-11) Nina L’volvna Dorliak, Zara Dolukhanova, Alexei Maslennikov
(12-14) Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Gaouk
(15-18) Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Samuel Samossoud, Josif Volovmk, trumpet
(19) Maxim Shostakovich, piano
CD 2 (1-5) The Beethoven Quartet: Dmitry Tsyganov, Vassily Shirinsky, Vadim Borissovsky, Sergei Shirinsky
(6-9) Mstislav Rostropovich, cello
(10-13) Dmitry Tsyganov, violin

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PRD 250 365-366

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Ein Freimaurer Bruder

1. Die Zauberflöte, Overture K 620 07:31
Recording New York City, 10 & 12 March 1956

2. The Little Masonic Cantata (Eine kleine Freimaurer-Kantate) 14:00
entitled Laut verkünde unsre Freude, for soloists, male chorus, and orchestra, K 623 (1791)
Laut verkünde unsre Freude (Chorus) - Zum ersten Male…Dieser Gottheit (tenor)
Wohlan, ihr Brüder… Lange sollen (tenor, baritone) - Laut verkünde unsre Freude (Chorus)

3. Song / Lied / hymna, Maurergesang “Laßt uns mit geschlungen Händen” K 623a 03:22
("for the close of the lodge" and intended final chorus to K 623 (1791)
Recording Vienna, April 1959

REQUIEM MASS inDminor K 626 53:10
4. Requiem 05:06
5. Kyrie 02:52
6. Dies Irae 01:47
7. Tuba mirum 03:56
8. Rex Tremendae 02:15
9. Recordare 06:03
10. Confutatis 02:41
11. Lacrimosa 02:53
12. Domine Jesu 04:33
13. Hostias 04:52
14. Sanctus 01:38
15. Benedictus 05:22
16. Agnus Dei 03:23
17. Lux Aeterna 05:39
Recording New York City, 10 & 12 March 1956

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(1-3) Kurt Equiluz, Rudolf Resen, tenors | Kurt Rapf, keyboard / Klavier / organ
Franz Ellmar, boy-soprano | Leo Hoppe, baritone
Chor u.Orchester der Wiener Volksoper, Peter MAAG
(4-17) Irmgard Seefried, soprano | Jennie Tourel, alto | Leopold Simoneau, tenor | William Warfield, bass
The Westminster Choir, John FinleyWilliamson, NEWYORK Philharmonic, Bruno WALTER

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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908) : Exercises in fugue and counterpoint, in preparation of…Scheherazade

STRING SEXTET IN A (1876) 32:47
STREICHSEXTETT A-Dur
SEXTUOR À CORDES en la majeur
1. Allegro vivace 06:40
2. Rondo fugato 04:48
3. Scherzo. Vivace alla Saltarello 05:50
4. Andante espressivo 09:01
5. Finale. Allegro molto 06:18
Studio recorded in Prague, 31 January 2003, previously available PRD 250188

6. QUINTET IN B FLAT MAJOR for piano, flute, clarinet, horn and bassoon (1876) 08:56
QUINTETT B-Dur für Klavier, Flöte, Klarinette, Horn Und Fagott
QUINTETTE pour piano, flûte, clarinette, cor & basson en si bémol majeur
II. Andante – Fughetta. Poco più mosso
Studio recorded in Prague, 22 January 2003, previously available PRD 250188

SCHÉHÉRAZADE, symphonic suite Op.35 (1888)* 44:02
7. I. The Sea and Sindbad’s ship 09:03
8. II. The Story of the Kalender Princes 10:56
9. III. The young Prince and the young Princess 08:27
10. IV. Festival in Bagdad. The Sea. 11:50
The ship goes to pieces on a rock surmounted by a bronze warrior.
Conclusion
Recorded in London in September 1957

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(1-5) Kocianovo kvarteto - KOCIAN QUARTET
Pavel HŮLA, Miloš ČERNÝ, violins / Violinen / violons
Zbyněk PAĎOUREK, viola / Bratsche / alto
Václav BERNÁŠEK, cello / Violoncello / violoncelle
Ivan KLÁNSKÝ, piano / Klavier (Quintet)
Josef KLUSOŇ, viola / Bratsche / alto (Sextet)
Michal KAŇKA, cello / Violoncello / violoncelle (Sextet )
(6) Members of the PRAGUE WIND QUINTET
Jan RIEDLBAUCH, flute / Flöte / flûte
Vlastimil MAREŠ, clarinet / Klarinette / clarinette
Miloš WICHTERLE, bassoon / Fagott
basson, Vladimíra KLÁNSKÁ, horn / Horn / cor
(7-10) Hugh MAGUIRE, violin
London Symphony Orchestra, Pierre MONTEUX*

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Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)
Cantor of Inner Bohemia

CD1
SYMPHONY No.7 in D minor, Op.70 B 141 37:39
1. I. Allegro maestoso 12:18
2. II. Poco adagio 10:12
3. III. Scherzo. Vivace 07:43
4. IV. Finale. Allegro 08:53
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, 12-14 October 1964
5.-6 . Hymnus ‘Dědicové bile hory’ / ‘The Heirs of the White Mountain’ 18:45
for mixed Choir and Orchestra op.30 B 134 (1884 version),
based on a poem by Vítězslav Hálek
Die Erben des Weissen Berges / Les Héritiers de la Montagne blanche
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, January 1972
7. Holoubek /The Wild Dove / Die Waldtaube / Le Pigeon des bois 21:32
symphonic poem after Karel Jaromír Erben, Op.110 B 198
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, 12-14 October 1964

CD2
1. Vodník / The Water Goblin / Der Wassermann / L’Esprit des eaux, Op.107 B 195 22:33
2. Polednice / The Noon Witch /Die Mittaghexe / La Sorcière de Midi, Op.108 B 196 14:50
3. Zlatý kolovrat / The Golden Spinning Wheel symphonic poem 20:32
after Karel Jaromír Erben, Op.109 B 197
Das goldene Spinnrad / Le Rouet d’Or
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, 19-20 September 1961
4. Piseň Bohatýrska / Hero’s Song / Heldenlied / Chant du héros, Op.111 B 199 19:58
Recorded in Prague for Czech Radio, Studio No.1, October 1961

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra (Čf ), Zdeněk KOŠLER (I.1-4)
Zdeněk CHALABALA (I.7, II-1-3)
(I.5) Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK), Czech Philharmonic Choir
(Choirmaster, Josef Veselka), Zdeněk KOŠLER (I.5-6)
(II.4) Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOČR), Aloïs KLIMA

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PRD 250 369

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Serenades From Bohemia in Memoriam Sir Neville Marriner (1924-2016)
Preliminary and Final Versions

ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK (1841-1904)
OCTET-SERENADE in E, B 36first version of STRING SERENADE in E B 52 (1873) 26:16
for clarinet, horn, bassoon, two violins, viola, double-bass and piano,
OKTETT-SERENADE B 36, Urtext für Klavieroktett
OCTUOR-SÉRÉNADE B 36, version primitive pour octuor avec piano
1. I. Moderato 04:21
2. II. Tempo di valse 06:28
3. III. Scherzo. Vivace 05:00
4. IV. Larghetto 04:53
5. V. Finale. Allegro vivace 05:42
Recorded in Prague, September 1998, studio Domovina
SERENADE FOR STRINGS in E, op.22 B 52, definitive writing (1875) 27:36
SERENADE für Streichorchester in E-Dur, op.22 B 52
SÉRÉNADE POUR CORDES op.22 B 52
6. I. Moderato 04:07
7. II. Tempo di valse 06:13
8. III. Scherzo. Vivace 05:24
9. IV. Larghetto 05:27
10. V. Finale. Allegro vivace 06:12
Recorded in St.Martin-in-the-fields, November 1965
11. SERENADE FOR WINDS IN D MINOR, op.44 B 77 arranged for nonet by František Hertl 23:31
SERENADE FÜR BLÄSER D-Moll op.44, Bearbeitung für Nonett von František Hertl
SÉRÉNADE POUR INSTRUMENTS À VENT en ré mineur op.44 B 77
Moderato quasi marcia 03:38/II. Minuetto 05:48 /III.Andante con moto 07:53 /IV.Finale. Allegro molto 05:59
Recorded in Prague, November 1998, studio Domovina

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(1-5, 11) CZECH NONET
Jiří SKUHRA,flute / Flöte / flûte . Aleš HUSTOLEŠ, clarinet / KIarinette / clarinette
Jiří KREJČÍ, oboe / Oboe / hautbois . Pavel LANGPAUL, bassoon / Fagott / basson
Vladimíra KLÁNSKÁ, french horn / Horn / cor . Jana HERAJNOVÁ, violin / Violine / violon (op.44)
Jan NYKRÝN, Viola / Bratsche / alto . Simona HEČOVÁ, cello / Violoncello / violoncelle
Radovan HEČ, double-bass / Kontrabaß / contrebasse (op.22 original)
(6-10) ACADEMY OF ST.MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, NEVILLE MARRINER
(1-5) Guest soloists
Ivan KLÁNSKÝ, piano / Klavier
Pavel HŮLA, violin / Violine / violon
Vladimír KLÁNSKÝ, violin / Violine / violon

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Russian Symphonies (I)

MILY ALEXEYEVICH BALAKIREV (1837-1910)

SYMPHONY No.1 in C major (1866-99) 44:07
SINFONIE Nr.1 in C-Dur
SYMPHONIE no1 en ut majeur
1. I. Largo –Allegro vivo 15:05
2. II. Scherzo – Vivo 06:41
3. III. Andante 13:28
4. IV. Finale: Allegro moderato 08:52
Recorded in Kingsway Hall, London, November 1949

SYMPHONY No.2 in D minor (1900-8) 33:46
SINFONIE Nr.2 in d-Moll
SYMPHONIE no2 en ré mineur
5. Allegro ma non troppo moderato 10:18
6. Scherzo alla cosacca: Allegro ma non troppo, ma con fuoco ed energico 07:06
7. Romanza. Andante 07:56
8. Finale. Tempo di polacca 08:18
Recorded by Radio Moscow, May 1966

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(1-4) The Philharmonia, London
Herbert von KARAJAN
(5-8) Moscow Radio Symphony
Gennadi ROZHDESTVENSKY

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PRD 250 363

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Wilhelm Furtwängler VIII

Anton Bruckner 1824-1896
SYMPHONY No.4 in E-flat major (Version 1878/1880, Ed.Robert Haas) 67:20
SYMPHONIE Nr.4 Es-Dur ‘Romantische’
SYMPHONIE no 4 en mi bémol majeur, “Romantique”
1. I. Bewegt, nicht zu schnell 17:50
2. II. Andante quasi allegretto 18:15
3. III. Scherzo. Bewegt – Trio. Nicht zu schnell. Keinesfalls schleppend 10:33
4. IV. Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell 19:28
Recorded live, Süddeutscher Rundfunk Stuttgart, 20 October 1951

Richard Wagner 1813-1883
5. PARSIFAL – Act.III 10:52
Good Friday Music – Karfreitagszauber – L’Enchantement du Vendredi Saint
Recording live Cairo-Alexandria, 25 April 1951

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Wiener Philharmoniker
(5) Berliner Philharmoniker
Wilhelm FURTWÄNGLER

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Arrangements or Transfigurations?
Bearbeitungen oder Verklärungen ?
L’art de la transcription ou de la transfiguration ?

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750)
1-2 The Well-Tempererd Clavier Vol.I. Prelude and Fugue in E flat minor BWV 853 (1742) 08:25
Das Wohltemperierte Klavier Teil.1 Präludium und Fuge es-Moll BWV 853
Le Clavier bien tempéré Vol.1 – Prélude et fugue en mi bémol mineur BWV 853
1. Prelude 03:14 - 2. Fugue 05:01
Recorded in Berlin, January 1961, Ufa Tonstudio
Wilhelm KEMPFF, piano

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791)
3-4 Six Preludes and Fugues, KV 404a (1782), for violin, viola and cello, No.1 07:58
Sechs Präludien und Fugen für Violine, Viola und Violoncello KV 404a, Nr.1
Six Préludes et Fugues, pour trio à cordes K 404a, no1
3. In D minor - Adagio 04:00 - 4. In D minor - Fuga 03:50
Recorded in Switzerland, January 1967
GRUMIAUX TRIO: Arthur GRUMIAUX, violin – Georg JANZER, viola – Eva CZAKO, cello

JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833-1897)
5 Piano Quartet No.1, Op.25, for piano, violin, viola and cello (1861) 08:19
Klavierquartett Nr.1 g-Moll op.25 / Quatuor no1, en sol mineur op.25
II. Intermezzo. Allegro ma non troppo
Recorded in New York-City, 30 December 1967

Artur RUBINSTEIN, piano
GUARNERI QUARTET: John DALLEY, violin – Michael TREE, viola – David SOYER, cello

Orchestrated by / Orchestriert von / Orchestré par ARNOLD SCHÖNBERG (1874-1951)
6 II. Intermezzo. Allegro ma non troppo 08:04
Recorded in Chicago City, September 1962
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Robert CRAFT

IGOR STRAVINSKY (1882-1971)
7 Three Pieces for String Quartet (1914) 06:55
Drei Stücke für Streichquartett / Trois pièces pour quatuor à cordes
7. Danse 00:50 - 8. Excentrique 02:03 - 9. Cantique 03:45
Recorded live in Prague, 2 February 1987.

TOKYO STRING QUARTET
Peter OUNDJIAN, Kikuei IKEDA, Kazuhide ISOMURA, Sadao HARADA
10-12 Four Etudes for Orchestra (1914) 06:37
Vier Studien für Orchestert / Quatre études pour orchestre
10. I. Danse 00:47- 11. II. Excentrique01:59 - 12. III. Cantique 03:50
Recorded in London, July 1964.

LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Antal DORATI

13-16 LEOŠ JANÁČEK (1854-1928)
Youth (Mládí), suite for wind sextet (1924) 16:21
Die Jugend für Bläsersextett / Jeunesse, pour sextuor d'instruments à vent
13. I. Allegro 03:24 - 14. II. Andante sostenuto 04:49
15. III. Vivace 03:41 - 16. IV. Allegro animato 04:27
Recorded in Prague, Domovina Studio, July 1999

PRAŽSKÉ DECHOVÉ KVINTETO - PRAGUE WIND QUINTET
Jan RIEDLBAUCH, flute - Jurij LIKIN, oboe - Vlastimil MAREŠ, clarinet
Miloš WICHTERLE, bassoon - Vladimíra KLÁNSKÁ, French horn - Zbyněk CICHA, bass-clarinet

17-20 Transcribed for string quartet by KRYŠTOF MAŘATKA (b.1972) 17:42
durchkomponiert für Streichquartett von / arrangé pour quatuor à cordes par
17. I. Allegro 03:31 - 18 II. Andante sostenuto 05:37
19. III. Vivace 03:45 - 20. IV. Allegro animato 04:49
Recorded in Prague, September 2016, Studio Martinek, in the presence of the Arranger
Publisher: Editions Bärenreiter, Praha, Czech Republic
ZEMLINSKY QUARTET (Zemlinského kvarteto):
František SOUČEK, Petr STŘĺŽEK, violins - Petr HOLMAN, viola - Vladimír FORTIN, cello

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Eugen Jochum(1902-1987)

ANTON BRUCKNER (1824-1896)

SYMPHONY No.5 in B flat E major, 1878 (Ed. Pavel Haas, 1937) WAB 105 73:54
SYMPHONIE Nr.5 B-Dur
SYMPHONIE no5 en si bémol majeur
1. I. Introduction- adagio – Allegro (mäßig) 20:21
2. II. Adagio. Sehr langsam 18:26
3. III. Scherzo. Molto vivace – Schnell 12:22
4. IV. Finale. Adagio – Allegro moderato 22:29
Recorded live, Abbbey of the Benedictine Monks, Ottobeuren, Germany, 30/31 Mai 1964

5. TE DEUM, for soloists, chorus and orchestra (1881-4) 05:50
für Soli, Chor und Orchester / pour quatuor de solistes, choeur et orchestre WAB 45
I. Te Deum laudamus - allegro
Recorded in Berlin, Jesus-Chrstus-Kirche, June 1965

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(1-4) Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Amsterdam, Eugen JOCHUM
(5) Maria Stader, soprano – Sieglinde Wagner, contralto – Ernst Häfliger, tenor – Peter Lagger, bass
Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin (Chorus Master : Walter Hagen-Groll) -Wolfgang Meyer, organ
Berliner Philharmoniker, Eugen JOCHUM

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CD 1 MUSIQUES À DANSER

Bedřich SMETANA 1824-1884
1. The Bartered Bride / La Fiancée vendue (Prodana Nevesta, 1866) 06:42
Overture
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, March 1979

Igor STRAVINSKY 1882-1971
Pétrouchka – Petrushka – Petruschka Revised (version 1947) 32:44
Burlesque in four scenes - Burleske Szenen in vier Bildern - Scènes burlesques en quatre tableaux
2. Premier tableau / First Tableau / Erstes Bild 10:07
. The Shrovetide fair -Volksfest während der Fastnachtswoche
Fête populaire de la Semaine Grasse
3. Second tableau / Second Tableau / Zweites Bild 04:31
. Petrushka’s Room - Bei Petruschka - Chez Pétrouchka
4. Troisième tableau / Third Tableau / Drittes Bild 07:05
Blackamoor - Der Mohr - Chez le Maure
Dance of the Ballerina - Tanz der Ballerina - Danse de la Ballerine
Waltz: the Ballerina and the Blackamoor) - Walzer: die Ballerina und der Mohr - Valse: La Ballerine et le Maure
5. Quatrième tableau / Fourth Tableau / Viertes Bild 11:12
. The Shrovetide fair (evening) - Volksfest während der Fastnacht (gegen Abend)
Fête populaire de la Semaine Grasse (vers le soir)
Dance of the wet-nurses - Tanz der Ammen - Danse des nounous
Dance of the coachmen and the grooms - Tanz der Kutscher und der Stallknechte - Danse des cochers et des palefreniers
The masqueraders - Die Maskierten - Les Déguisés
The scuffle - Der Kampf - La querelle
Death of Petrouchka - Petruschkas Tod - Mort de Petrouchka
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, 7-10 March 1977

Serge PROKOFIEV 1894-1953
Scythian Suite / Suite Scythe, Op. 20 (1914-6) 23:26
6 I. Homage to Veles and Ala 10:45
7 II. Tchuzhbog and the Dance od Evil Spirits 07:07
8. III. Lolli’s March and the Sun Procession 05:41
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, rehearsals March 1973
Béla BARTÓK 1881-1945
Dance Suite / Suite de danses (1923) Sz 77 19:33
9. Moderato - attacca 04:05
10 Allegro molto - attacca 02:36
11 Allegro vivace - attacca 03:17
12 Molto tranquillo - attacca 03:36
13 Comodo 01:05
14 Finale. Allegro 04:37
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, rehearsals March 1973


CD 2 CONCERT FRANCO-TCHÈQUE

Pavel BOŘKOVEC 1894-1972
1. START, symphonic allegro for large orchestra (1929) 07:07
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, rehearsals April 1973
Arthur HONEGGER 1892-1955
2. Concertino pour Piano (1924) 10:52
Allegro molto moderato - Larghetto sostenuto
Recorded live in Preague, Czech Radio, May 1970

Leoš JANÁČEK 1854-1928
Sinfonietta (1926) 22:54
3. I. Allegretto 02:19
4. II. Andante 05:52
5. III. Moderato 05:20
6. IV. Allegretto 02:42
7. V. Allegro 07:07
Recorded in Prague at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, rehearsals April 1977

Darius MILHAUD 1892-1974
Symphonie No.10, Op.382 (1960) 23:22
8. I. Décidé 04:37
9. II. Expressif 09:19
10. III. Fantasque 04:16
11. IV. Emporté 05:19
Recorded live in Prague, at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, 20 April 1970 – Editions Heugel-Leduc

Bohuslav MARTINŮ 1890-1959
Parables / Les Paraboles Nos.1, 2 (1958) 14:20
d’après ‘La Citadelle’ de Antoine de Saint-Exupéry H 367
12. I. Parabole du Sculpteur 06:49
13. II. Parabole du jardin 07:47
Recorded live in Prague, at the Rudolfinum Dvořák Hall, 5 September 1979 – Editions Bärenbreiter, 1961

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(CD 1 - 1-7) (CD 2 - 1, 3-11) Czech Philharmonic Orchestra (Čf), Zdeněk KOŠLER
(CD 2 - 2) Boris KRAJNY, piano
Prague Symphony Orchestra (FOK), Zdeněk KOŠLER
(CD 2 - 12-13) Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOČR), Zdeněk KOŠLER

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Victoria de los Angeles in Paris (1962-3)

Gabriel FAURÉ (1845-1924)
REQUIEM, Op.48, pour soprano, baryton, choeur, orgue et orchestre 39:25
Für Soprano, Baryton, Chorus, Orgel und Orchester
for soprano, baritone, choir, orgel and orchestre (1878-80, version 1890 )
1. I. Introît & Kyrie 07:59
2. II. Offertoire/Offertory, with solo Baritone 09:05
3. III. Sanctus 03:11
4. IV. Pie Jesu, with solo Soprano 03:13
5. V. Agnus Die 06:42
6. VI. Libera me - wth solo Baritone 05:15
7. VII. In Paradisum 03:45
Recorded in Paris, Eglise Saiot-Roch, 1963

Claude DEBUSSY (1865-1918)
LA DAMOISELLE ÉLUE, poème lyrique pour soprano, contralto narratrice, (1888) 19:14
choeur de femmes et orchestre, sur un poème de Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Lyrisches Gedicht für Sopran, Alt, Frauenchor und Orchester
Cantata for soprano, contralto narrator, female Chorus and orchestra
8. I. La Damoiselle élue 08:36
9. II. Je voudrais qu’il fur déjà… 10:35
Recorded in Boston, 11 April 1955

Maurice RAVEL (1875-1937)
SHEHERAZADE, cantate pour soprano, flûte solo et orchestre (1903) 13:45
Kantate für Soprano und kleines Orchester / Cantata for soprano and small orchestra
10. I. Asie 08:18
11. II. La Flûte enchantée 02:26
12. III. L’indifférent 02:51
Recorded in Paris, Salle Wagram, 20 February 1962
CINQ MÉLODIES POPULAIRES GRECQUES cantata for soprano (1919) 06:57
13 I. Le réveil de la Mariée – Modéré, très doux 01:20
14.. II. Là-bas vers l’église – Andante [orchestration Manuel Rosenthal] 01:16
15. III. Quel gallant m‘est comparable - Allegro 00:47
16. IV. Chanson des cueilleuses de lentisques – lent [orchestration Manuel Rosenthal] 02:19
17. V. Tout gai! - Allegro 01:02
Recorded in Paris, Salle Wagram, 24 February 1962

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VICTORIA DE LOS ANGELES, soprano
CHOEURS ELISABETH BRASSEUR
(2, 6) Dietrich FISCHER-DIESKAU, baritone
Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire de Paris
Henriette PUIG-ROGET, organ
(1-7) André CLUYTENS, (10-17) Georges PRÊTRE
(11) Claude MONTEUX, flûte
Carole SMITH, contralto
Radcliffe Choral Society
G.Wallace WOODWORTH, chorus master
Boston Symphony Orchestra
(8, 9) Charles MUNCH

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Tribute to Gregor Piatigorsky (1903-76)

Johannes BRAHMS 1833-1897

Concerto for Violin, Violoncello and Orchestra in A minor, op.102(1887) 29:59
Konzert für Violine, Violoncello und Orchester a-Moll op.102
Double concerto pour violon, violoncelle et orchestre en la mineur op.102
1. I. Allegro 15:05
2. II. Andante 06:40
3. III. Vivace non troppo 08:00
Recorded in New York, June 1961, Angel

Camille SAINT-SAENS 1835-1921

Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in A minor, op.33 (1887) 19:21
Konzert für Violoncello und Orchester a-Moll op.33
Concerto pour violoncelle et orchestre en la mineur op.33
4. I. Allegro non troppo 05:32
5. II. Allegretto con moto 04:36
6. III.Allegro non troppo 08:57
Recorded in New York, June 1961, Angel

Ernest BLOCH 1880-1959

7. Schelomo, Hebraic Rhapsody for Violoncello and Orchestra (1915-6) 22:06
für Violoncello und Orchester / Pour violoncelle et orchestre
Recorded in Boston, 30 January 1957, Angel

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Gregor PIATIGORSKY cello / Violoncello
(1-3) Nathan MILSTEIN violin / Violine
(1-6) RCA Victor Symphony, Fritz REINER
(7) Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles MUNCH

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PRD 250 368

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Franz Liszt (1811-1886)

1. LES PRELUDES, after Alphonse de Lamartine (1848) S 97
Recorded in Berlin, September 1956

2. TASSO, LAMENTO ETRIONFO, after Byron (1849 from earlier sketches
orchestrated by August Conradi and Raff; expanded and orchestrated by Liszt, 1854) S 96
Recorded in Prague, Dvořák Hell, 14 December 1975

3. MAZEPPA, after Victor Hugo (1851) S 100
Recorded in Berlin, September 1960

4. DIE IDEALE, after the poem by Schiller (1857) S 106
Recorded live, Bavarian Radio, May 9, 1974

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RIAS Sinfonie Orchester, Berlin,
Ferenc FRICSAY
Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (SOČR),
Stanislav MACURA
Berliner Philharmoniker,
Herbert von KARAJAN
Sinfonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks,
Rafael KUBELÍK

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PRD/DSD 350 124

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Anton Bruckner (1824-1896)

SYMPHONY No.9 inDminor, unvollendete (Ed.Orel 1937/Robert Haas) 57:59
SYMPHONIE Nr.9 D-Dur
SYMPHONIE no9 en ré mineur
1. I. Feierlich. Misterioso 23:15
2. III. Scherzo. Bewegt. Lebhaft - Trio. Schnell 09:19
3. IV. Adagio. Langsam, feierlich 25:11
Recorded live, Berlin, Radio DDR, 7 October 1944

4. SYMPHONY No.7 in E major (Version 1878/1880, Ed.Robert Haas) 21:43
SYMPHONIE Nr.7 E-Dur
SYMPHONIE no7 en mi majeur
II. Adagio. Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam
Recorded live, Berlin, Radio DDR, 7 April 1942

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Berliner Philharmoniker
Wilhelm FURTWÄNGLER

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PRD/DSD 350 125

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WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791)

CONCERTO FOR PIANO No 19 in F major, K 459 (1784) 28:19
KLAVIERKONZERT Nr.19 F-Dur KV 459
CONCERTO POUR PIANO no19 en fa majeur, K.459
1. I. Allegro Cadenza originale Mozart 12:48
2. II. Allegretto 08:13
3. III. Allegro assai - Cadenza originale Mozart 07:18
Recorded in Berlin, September 1955

CONCERTO FOR PIANO No.13 in C major, K 415 (387b) (1782) 26:27
KLAVIERKONZERT Nr.13 C Dur KV 415
CONCERTO POUR PIANO no13 en ut majeur K.415
4. I. Allegro 11:51
5. II. Andante 06:42
6. III. Allegro 07:47
Recorded live in Berlin, March 1953

ONCERTO FOR PIANO No.20 in D minor, K 466 (1785) 28:50
KLAVIERKONZERT Nr.20 d-Moll KV 466
CONCERTO POUR PIANO no20 en ré mineur K.466
7. I. Allegro 13:02
8. II. Romanze 08:34
9. III. Allegro assai 07:06
Recorded live in Berlin, September 1955

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Clara HASKIL, piano/Klavier
(1-3) Berliner Philharmoniker
(4-9) RIAS Sinfonie-Orchester Berlin, Ferenc FRICSAY

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Leonid Kogan (1924-1982) plays Russian music

CD 1

Aram KHATCHATURIAN (1903-1972)
VIOLIN CONCERTO in D minor (1940) 34:43
1. I. Allegro con fermezza 13:21
2. II. Andante sostenuto 12:03
3. III. Allegro vivace 09:19
Studio recording, Boston, Symphony Hall, 12 January 1958
Boston Symphony, Pierre MONTEUX

4. RHAPSODY-CONCERTO for violin and orchestra (1960) 22:04
Studio recording, London, 11 November 1964
USSR State Symphony, Kyrill KONDRASHIN

Tikhon KHRENNIKOV (1913-2008)
VIOLIN CONCERTO No.2 in C major Op.23(1976) 16:50
5 I. Allegro con fuoco 03:19
6. II. Moderato 07:51
7. III. Allegro moderato con fuoco 05:40
Recording live, Moscow, 5 January 1977
State Academic Symphony, Yevgeny Svetlanov

CD 2

Serge PROKOFIEV (1891-1953)
VIOLIN CONCERTO No.2 in G minor (1935) 26:31
1. I. Allegro moderato 10:22
2. II. Andante assai – Allegretto –Andante assai 09:51
3. III. Allegro, ben marcato 06:20
Recording live, Moscow, 1961
USSR State Symphony, Kyrill KONDRASHIN

Mieczysław WEINBERG (1919-1996)
VIOLIN CONCERTO in G minor, Op.67 25:34
4. Allegro molto 07:02
5. Allegretto 05:59
6. Adagio 06:13
7. Allegro risoluto 06:18
Studio recording, Moscow, September 1961 - Sikorski Music Publishers
Moscow Philharmonic, Kyrill KONDRASHIN

Edison DENISOV (1929-1996)
PARTITA for VIOLIN and Chamber orchestra 27:49
after J-S.Bach Partita No.2 in D minor BWV1004 (1981)
8. I. Allemande 05:42
9. II. Courante 02:27
10. III. Sarabande 04:08
11. IV. Gigue 01:57
12. V. Chaconne 13:37
Recording live, Moscow, 5 September 1981 with Edition Le Chant du Monde, Paris
Instrumental Ensemble, Pavel KOGAN

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Leonid Kogan , violin

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PRD 250 373

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Béla Bartók (1881-1945)

Bluebeard’s castle / Herzog Blaubart’s Burg / Le Château de Barbe-bleue

BLUEBEARD’S CASTLE, opera in one act to the libretto by Béla Balázs Op.11 Sz.48, sung in Hungarian

1. I. The Bard’s prologue and beginning of the opera 15:40
2. II. Door 1 – The torture chamber 04:20
3. III. Door 2 – The armoury 04:15
4. IV. Door 3 – The treasury 02:40
5. V. Door 4 – The flower garden 05:30
6. VI. Door 5 – The estate 06:25
7. VII. Door 6 – The lake of tears 13:05
8. VIII. Door 7 – The former wives 09:35

Recorded in London, Kingsway Hall, June 1953, Bartók Records BRS 311/11a

Judith Hellwigh Judith | Endre Koreh Bluebeard | Ernő Lorsy Speaker, the Bard

9. CANTATA PROFANA (the enchanted Stags/les Cerfs enchantés) Sz.94
for mixed choir, tenor, baritone and orchestra (1930), sung in English
Recorded in London, Kingsway Hall, June 1953, Bartók Records BRS 312
Richard Lewis tenor | Marko Rothmüller baritone

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New Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
Walter SUSSKIND

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PRD 250 349

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ALBERT ROUSSEL (1869-1937) : SHORT PORTRAIT

SUITE EN FA, op.33 (1926) 12:54
1. I. Prelude 03:54
2. II. Sarabande 04:40
3. III. Gigue 04:12
Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Paul PARAY
Recorded, March 19, 1957

SYMPHONY No.3 in G minor / g-Moll / en sol mineur, Op.43 (1930) 24:57
4. I. Allegro vivo 05:32
5. II. Adagio 10:25
6. III. Vivace 02:55
7. IV. Allegro con spirito 05:51
New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Leonard Bernstein
Recorded, September 25, 1961

BACCHUS et ARIANE, orchestral suite No.2 Op.43b (1931) 18:35
Zweite Orchestersuite/suite orchestrale No.2
8. I. Introduzione. – andante 02:08
9. II. Réveil d‘Ariane 02:52
10 III. Bacchus danse seul 01:44
11. IV. Le baiser 01:02
12. V. L’enchantement dionysaque 00:59
13. Le thiase défile 00:41
14. VI. Danse d’Ariane 03:40
15. Danse d’Ariane et de Bacchus 01:01
16. Bacchanale, Apotheosis 04:24
Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire de Paris, André Cluytens
Recorded by René Challan, Wagram Hall, November 5-16, 1963

SYMPHONY No.4 in A major /A-Dur / la majeur, Op.53 (1934) 23:00
17. I. Lento - Allegro con brio 06:12
18. II. Lento molto 09:45
19. III. Allegro scherzando 02:54
20. IV. Allegro molto 03:58
Philharmonia Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan
Recorded in London, November 1949 Publisher, Durand, Paris

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PRD/DSD 350 138

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HOSPODINE! POMILUJ NY pro sóla, dvojsbor, varhany, harfu a žesťové nástroje
1. LORD, HAVE MERCY ON US 03:50 for 4 solo voices, 2 mixed choirs, 3 trumpets, 4 trombones, tuba, harp and organ
HÖRE MICH, HERR ! für Solisten (Sopran, Alt, Tenor, Bass), 2 Gemischter Chor, und Instrumente (3 Trompete, 4 Posaune, Tub, Harfe, Orgel)
SEIGNEUR, AYEZ PITIÉ de NOUS, pour quatre voix solistes, double choeur mixte, cuivres (3 trompettes, 4 trombones, tuba, harpe et orgue)
Jadwiga WYSOCZANSKÁ, soprano - Marie MRÁZOVÁ, alto - Beno BLACHUT, tenor
Dalibor JEDLIČKA, bass - Petr SOVADINA, organ
BRASS SECTION OF THE PRAGUE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Jiří PINKAS**

ZÁPISNÍK ZMIZELEHO pro tenor, alt, tři ženské hlasy a klavír
2-23. DIARY OF ONE WHO DISAPPEARED (1917-19) 34:54 for tenor, contralto, 3 female voices and piano. *Song cycle
TAGEBUCH EINES VERSCHOLLENEN für Tenor, Alt, 3 Frauenstimmen und Klavier
JOURNAL D’UN DISPARU, pour ténor, contralto, trois voix de femmes et piano, sur des textes anonymes (?) du terroir nord-morave
2 – 23 – 22 songs: tenor 1.03/1.02/1.36/0.46/0.36/1.35/0.53/1.05 alto,tenor,ch 2.30-alto,ch
3.49-alto,tenor 3.00-tenor 0.54-piano 2.10-tenor:1.10/0.46/1.22/1.31/1.04/1.14/0.42/0.53/2.33.
Miroslav FRYDLEWICZ, tenor - Věra SOUKUPOVÁ, alto
PAVEL KÜHN CHAMBER CHORUS, Radoslav KVAPIL, piano/Klavier

MŠA GLAGOLSKAJA/MISSA GLAGOLITICA
GLAGOLITIC MASS, for 4 solo voices, mixed chorus, orchestra and organ. 40:02 Arrangement of an old Slavonic hymn
GLAGOLITISCHE MESSE, für Sopran, Alt, Tenor, Bass, Gemischter Chor, Orchester und Orgel
MESSE GLAGOLITHIQUE pour quatre voix solistes, choeur mixte, orchestre et orgue, sur un texte en slavon ancien
24. I. Úvod (Introduction) 03.03
25. II. Gospodi promilu (Kyrie) 03.18
26. III. Slava (Gloria) 06:44
27. IV. Věruju (Credo) 11:39
28. V. Svet (Sanctus) 05:58
29. VI. Agneče Božij (Agnus Dei) 04:32
30. VII. Postludium, for organ 02 :38
31. VIII. Intráda 01 :36
Gabriela BEŇAČKOVÁ, soprano - Věra SOUKUPOVÁ, alto - František LIVORA, tenor
Karel PRŮŠA, bass - Jan HORA, organ

CZECH PHILHARMONIC CHOIR (Choir Master: Josef VESELKA)
CZECH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA(Čf), Václav NEUMANN

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PRD 250 382

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Emil Gilels plays plays Tchaikovsky

Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893
PIANO CONCERTO No.1 in B flat minor, Op.23 (1875) 31:04
1. I. Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso 18:52
2. II. Andantino semplice 06:19
3. III. Finale. Allegro con fuoco 06:28
Prague, Spring Festival 1954 – Previously available on PRAGA PR 254001, CDM 1992
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Karel ANČERL

4. Original theme and variations, F major, op. 19 No.6, for piano (1873) 11:26
Andante non tanto – Variations (12) - coda
Moscow, June 1950,

PIANO CONCERTO No.2 in G op.44 33:21
5. I. Allegro brillante e molto vivace 18:54
6. II. Andante non troppo 07:22
7. III. Allegro con fuoco 06:59
Radio Moscow, live recording, December 23, 1959
USSR State Symphony Orchestra
Kirill KONDRASHIN

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PRD 250 388

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Franz Liszt 1811-1886

Symphonic Poems II

1. HUNGARIA (1854) S 103 22:27
Recorded in USSR, January 1989
USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra, Mark ERMLER

2. ORPHEUS (1853-4) S 98 10:55
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Thomas BEECHAM
Recorded in London, March 1958

3. PROMETHEUS (1850) S 99 13:01
Originally overture to Choruses from Herder's Prometheus Unbound
Prague Radio Symphony (SOČR), Stanislav MACURA
Recorded in Prague, 14 December 1975

4. HAMLET, S 104, after the drama by Shakespeare (1858) 14:15
USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony, Mark ERMLER
Recorded in USSR, November 1988

5. HUNNENSCHLACHT (Battle of the Huns) S 105 14:40
after the painting by Kaulbach (1856-7)
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Ernest ANSERMET
Recorded in Switerland, November 1959

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PRD 250 384

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Hans Knappertsbusch (1888-1965)

ANTON BRUCKNER 1824-1896

SYMPHONY No.3 in D minor, “Wagner” WAB 103 (Rättig Edition) 53:51
SYMPHONIE Nr.3 d-Moll / SYMPHONIE no3 en ré mineur
1. I. Mäßig bewegt 19:05
2. II. Adagio. Etwas bewegt. Quasi andante 14:01
3. III. Scherzi. Ziemllich schnell 07:18
4. IV. Finale. Allegro 13:14
Recorded Vienna, 1954

RICHARD WAGNER 1813-1883

5. PARSIFAL drame sacré (Bayreuth 1882) 05:45
Act II. Kundry Ich sah das Kind an seiner Mutter Brust
Recorded Vienna, 1955

TRISTAN UND ISOLDE, oper (Munich 1865)
6. I. Prelude 10:07
7. II. Liebestod “Mild und leise wie er lächelt 07:03
Recorded Vienna, 1958

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(5) Kirsten Flagstad, soprano
(7) Birgit Nilsson, soprano
Wiener Philharmoniker
Hans Knappertsbusch

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PRD/DSD 350 140

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RUSSIAN SYMPHONIES (I)

NIKOLAI RIMSKY-KORSAKOV (1844-1908)

SYMPHONY No.1 IN E MINOR (1865) 28:07
SINFONIE Nr.1 in e-Moll / SYMPHONIE en mi bémol mineur
1. Largo assai -Allegro 07:49
2. Andante tranquillo 08:16
3. Scherzo e Trio. Vivace 05:05
4. Allegro assai 06:59
Radio Moscow, broadcasted March 26, 1966

IGOR STRAVINSKY (1882-1971) 40:09

SYMPHONY IN E FLAT MAJOR, Op.1 (1905-7)
SINFONIE Nr.1 in Es-Dur / SYMPHONIE en mi bémol majeur op.1
5. Allegro moderato 11:25
6. Scherzo. Allegretto 06:09
7. Largo 14:00
8. Finale. Allegro molto 08:32
Recorded in Hollywood, May 2, 1965

9. SCHERZO FANTASTIQUE, op.3 (1908) 11:34
Toronto, December 1, 1962
TOTAL PLAYING TIME: 79:55
(1-4) Moscow Radio Symphony
Boris KHAIKIN
(5-8) Columbia Symphony
(9) CBC Symphony
Igor STRAVINSKY

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PRD 250 341

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Zara Nelsova (1918-2002)

EDOUARD LALO (1823-1892)
CELLO CONCERTO in D minor (1877) 28:32
1. I. Prélude : Lento – Allegro maestoso 14:06
2. II. Intermezzo, andantino con moto – Allegro presto – Andantino – Tempo I 06:22
3. III. Introduction, andante – Allegro vivace 08:00
Kingsway Hall London , November 24, 1953
LONDON PHILHARMONIC Orchestra, Sir Adrian BOULT

SAMUEL BARBER (1910-1981)
CELLO CONCERTO, Op.22 (1945) 27:37
4. I. Allegro moderato 11:36
5. II. Andante sostenuto 06:54
6. III. Molto allegro e appassionato trattenuto 09:02
Kingsway Hall London, December 1960
NEWSYMPHONY Orchestra of London, Samuel BARBER

ERNEST BLOCH (1880-1959)
VOICE IN THE WILDERNESS, Symphonic poem for cello and orchestra (1936) 28:08
7. I. Moderato 03:14
8. II. Poco lento 04:38
9. III. Moderato 03:16
10. IV.Adagio, piacevole 05:38
11. V. Poco agitato (cadenza) 04:23
12. VI. Allegro 06:50
Kingsway Hall London, March 3, 1955l
LONDON PHILHARMONIC Orchestra, Ernest ANSERMET

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PRD 250 402

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Hommage à GEORGES BIZET (1838-1875)

SYMPHONIE en ut majeur (1855) 34:52
SYMPHONY IN C / SINFONIE C-Dur
1. I. Allegro vivo 10:17
2. II. Adagio 09:18
3. III. Allegro vivace 06:28
4. IV. Allegro vivace 08:48
Studio recording, Prague, November 1986

ROMA, Fantaisie symphonique (1860-8), en ut majeur (Suite no.3) 35:48
5. I. Andante tranquillo 13:54
6. II. Allegretto vivace 05:31
7. III. Andante molto 09:43
8. IV. Allegro vivacissimo (Carnaval) 06:39
Recorded live, Moscow, January 1967

JEUX D’ENFANTS, petite suite d’orchestre, op.22 (1886) 11:13
9. I. Marche: trompette et tambour – Allegro moderato 02:46
10. II. Berceuse: La poupée – Andantino quasi andante 02:36
11. III. Impromptu: La Toupie – Allegro vivo 01:07
12. IV. Duo: Petit mari, petite femme – Andantino 03:09
13. V. Galop: Le Bal - Presto 01:57
Studio recording, Prague, November 1986

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(1-4, 9-13) Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Zdeněk Košler
(5-8) Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Fuat Mansurov

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PRD 250 381

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