Classical Music

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André Navarra And Henriette Roget Play Music Of Jean-Baptiste Bréval – 1953 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Jean-Baptiste Bréval – Sonata In G Major – André Navarra, Cello – Henriette Roget, Piano – ORTF Studios – Paris, circa 1953 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Historic musicians in less-than-familiar Baroque music this weekend. Taking the occasional break from 20th Century composers, or the neglected ones of the...

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Radu Lupu With Sir Neville Marriner And The Stuttgart Radio Symphony Play Music Of Schoenberg, Mozart And Bruckner – 1983 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Sir Neville Marriner, Cond. – Radu Lupu, Piano – Stuttgart Radio Symphony – Nov. 11, 1983 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Another historic concert this week (a lot of them lately), This one featuring the famed Stuttgart Radio Symphony, guest conducted by the legendary Sir Neville Marriner and featuring...

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Florian Hollard Ensemble Play Music Of Florent Schmitt – 1967 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Florent Schmitt – Lied et Scherzo – Florian Hollard Ensemble – 1967 – Paris Studios – ORTF recording – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The music of Florent Schmitt this weekend. Described as “one of the most fascinating of France’s lesser-known classical composers”, Schmitt has witnessed a revival of his...

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George Szell With Pierre Fournier And The Cleveland Orchestra Play Music Of Mozart, Martin And Strauss – 1967 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Cleveland Orchestra In Concert – George Szell, Cond. – Pierre Fournier, Cello – Oct. 25, 1967 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Another historic concert this week. The Cleveland Orchestra in this 1967 broadcast featuring Music Director and legend George Szell at the Podium with Pierre Fournier, cello in music...

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Pierre-Michel Leconte And The ORTF Orchestra Play Music Of Pierre Sancan – 1961 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Pierre Sancan – Symphony No. 2 For Strings – ORTF Symphony – Pierre-Michel LeConte – Circa 1961 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Pierre Sancan: A name virtually unknown outside his native France, but a major figure in mid-twentieth century music in France who, along with Henri Dutilleux and Olivier...

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Charles Dutoit With Pierre-Laurent Aimard And The NHK Symphony – 2017 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

NHK Symphony – Subscription Concert – Dec. 2, 2017 – Charles Dutoit, guest Conductor – Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Piano – NHK-FM, Tokyo – Taking a detour over to Tokyo this week for a concert by the celebrated NHK Symphony, guest conducted by Charles Dutoit and featuring Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano. The concert...

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Pierre Dervaux And The French National Orchestra Play Music Of Roussel – 1958 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Roussel – Symphony Number 3 – French National Orchestra – Pierre Dervaux, Cond. French Radio Broadcast 1958 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Covering some familiar territory this week. Usually, it’s a case of underrated and overlooked composers or composers whose work has fallen into neglect in recent years. Not...

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Maurice André With Seiji Ozawa And The Boston Symphony Play Music Of Tartini And Tchaikovsky – 1978 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Maurice André with Seiji Ozawa And The Boston Symphony – Evenings At Symphony -October 14, 1978 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Classic concerts this week. The legendary Maurice André with the Boston Symphony, conducted by Seiji Ozawa in music by Tartini and Tchaikovsky. It was recorded on October 14,...

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Mstislav Rostropovich With Gennadi Rozhdestvensky And The Leningrad Symphony – 14th Edinburgh Festival 1960 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

14th Edinburgh Festival – Leningrad Symphony – September 16, 1960 – BBC Transcription Service – A rare concert this week. And since we’re sliding into Festival season, a historic recording from a legendary festival. The Leningrad Symphony, conducted by Gennadi Rozhdestvensky and featuring the iconic cellist Mstislav Rostropovich. Beginning with...