Tagged: Michael Tilson Thomas

Vera Franceschi With Vladimir Golschmann And The New York Philharmonic Play Music Of Mozart – 1953 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Vera Franceschi With Vladimir Golschmann And The New York Philharmonic Play Music Of Mozart – 1953 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

– New York Philharmonic – Vladimir Golschmann, guest conductor – Vera Franceschi, piano – Feb. 1, 1953 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Familiar music this week, played by a largely forgotten pianist, whose career skyrocketed in the 1950s and yet whose tragic early death, robbed the Music world of...

Elly Ameling

Elly Ameling With Edo De Waart And The San Francisco Symphony Play Music Of Stravinsky, Debussy And Ravel – 1984 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

  – San Francisco Symphony – Edo De Waart, Cond. – Elly Ameling, Soprano – 1984-85 Season – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – A classic concert with legendary singers this week. The San Francisco Symphony, led by Music Director Edo De Waart and featuring the great soprano Elly Ameling in...

Alicia De Larrocha And Edo De Waart With The Minnesota Orchestra Play Music Of Vaughan-Williams, Beethoven, Sessions And Brahms – 1986 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Alicia De Larrocha And Edo De Waart With The Minnesota Orchestra Play Music Of Vaughan-Williams, Beethoven, Sessions And Brahms – 1986 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

– Minnesota Orchestra – Alicia de Larrocha, piano – Edo De Waart, conductor – Nov. 29, 1986 – Part 1 – Minnesota Orchestra – Alicia de Larrocha, piano – Edo De Waart, conductor – Nov. 29, 1986 – Part 2 Another historic concert this week, featuring the legendary Spanish pianist...

Pierre Dervaux, Vincent Geminiani And The ORTF Chamber Orchestra Play Music Of Raymond Loucheur – 1963 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link here for Audio Player – Raymond Loucheur – Concerto For Percussion And Orchestra – 1963 – ORTF Radio Session Something special tonight. I haven’t really played much in the way of 1960s contemporary French Orchestra sessions via ORTF. So when I ran across this performance of...