New York Philharmonic - A Festival Of Famous Conductors: Honoring The 125th Anniversary Of The New York Philharmonic album mp3
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New York Stories: Threads of Our City looks at musical expressions of the immigrant experience in New York, with music by Julia Wolfe. The Art of Andriessen spotlights the music of Dutch composer Louis Andriessen. It also marked the release of her solo recital album, The Berlin Recital, by Deutsche Grammophon, featuring works by Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, and Prokofiev, recorded live at the Berlin Philharmonie. This season Ms. Wang is featured as an artist-in-residence at three of the world's premier venues: Carnegie Hall, with a season-long Perspectives series; the Wiener Konzerthaus, with a Portrait series; and the Luxembourg Philharmonie. The New York Philharmonic is based in the United States.
New York Philharmonic, New York, New York. It chronicles a woman’s attempt to rescue her husband from unjust political imprisonment. The action unfolds around the musicians of the Orchestra, who are both observers of the story and participants in the prison. June 6–8: Prisoner of the state.
Co-Presented by the New York Philharmonic and National Sawdust. Alexei Yupanqui Gonzales was appointed to the cello section of the New York Philharmonic in November 2012. He has served as the principal cellist of the Rhode Island Philharmonic and the Boston Lyric Opera.
65 CDs of famous New York Philharmonic performances conducted by many of its most renowned music directors, from the very first recording in 1917 up to 1995. Symphonic and orchestral masterpieces, selected concerto and vocal performances. 20 recordings for the first time on CD, 15 recordings as first authorized releases, remastered from the original discs and tapes using 24 bit, 192 kHz technology.
The New York Philharmonic concert of April 6, 1962, is widely regarded as one of the most controversial in the orchestra's history. It featured a performance by Glenn Gould of the First Piano Concerto of Johannes Brahms, with the orchestra led by its music director, Leonard Bernstein. The concert became famous because of Bernstein's remarks from the podium prior to the concerto, with which he disassociated himself from the interpretation that was to come
Old vs. new. Even with the Philharmonic's best efforts, it's unlikely to reach Love Parade status in Berlin. Traditional music lovers and elite music critics have expressed discomfort at the new direction, but the Philharmonic's concerts are fully booked months in advance and sales of CD recordings, which are hitting shelves more frequently, are brisk. The orchestra was formed during a revolt by poorly paid musicians once working under Benjamin Bilse, a Berlin director and impresario.
New York Philharmonic, symphony orchestra based in New York, New York, the oldest major symphony orchestra in the United States in continual existence and one of the oldest in the world. Founded in 1842 as the Philharmonic Society of New York under the conductorship of American-born Ureli Corelli Hill, the orchestra merged with Walter Damrosch’s Symphony Society of New York in 1928
His commitment to contemporary music seemed less certain. As if in defiant reply, he opened each of his first three Philharmonic programs this fall with the premiere of a commissioned work. Mr. van Zweden began with a boldly unconventional piece by a young American: Ashley’s Fure’s dark, strange, exploratory Filament for orchestra, three instrumental soloists and a chorus that moves around the space.
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|A1||The Ride Of The Valkyries (From "Die Walküre")
Composed By – Wagner*Conductor – Willem Mengelberg
|A2||Nocturne (From "A Midsummer Night's Dream")
Composed By – Mendelssohn*Conductor – Arturo ToscaniniFrench Horn – Bruno Jaenicke
|A3||The Roman Carnival Overture, Op. 9
Composed By – Berlioz*Conductor – Sir John Barbirolli
|A4||Melisande (From "Pelleas And Melisande"), Op. 46
Composed By – Sibelius*Conductor – Sir Thomas Beecham
|A5||Overture To "The Secret Of Suzanne"
Composed By – Wolf-Ferrari*Conductor – Artur Rodzinski
|B1||Overture To "Egmont" Op. 84
Composed By – Beethoven*Conductor – Bruno Walter
Composed By – Vaughan Williams*Conductor – Leopold Stokowski
Composed By – Stravinsky*Conductor – Igor Stravinsky
|B4||Scherzo (From "A Midsummer Night's Dream")
Composed By – Mendelssohn*Conductor – George Szell
|B5||Orchestral Interlude (From "Wozzeck" Act III)
Composed By – Berg*Conductor – Dimitri Mitropoulos
NotesGrey labels with "MONO" in white at the bottom.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): XXLP135166-1C
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): XXLP135167-1B
|BM 13||New York Philharmonic*||A Festival Of Famous Conductors: Honoring The 125th Anniversary Of The New York Philharmonic (LP, Comp, Mono)||Columbia Masterworks||BM 13||US||1967|