zahzah.com

Classical, Historical, Light, World Music, Jazz and Entertainment

›  Historical  ›  Orchestral 

Pages: 123456 | Items 61 - 70 of 70

Guido Cantelli (1920-1956)

ArtNr. GHCD 2328

Guido Cantelli (1920-1956)
The Italian conductor Guido Cantelli was 36 years old when he was killed in a plane crash near Paris in November 1956. His death claimed the life of one of
Artists: New York Philharmonic Orchestra, NBC Symphony Orchestra, Guido Cantelli - Conductor, Daniel Guilet & Remo Bolognini - Violins

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  
Charles Munch (1891-1968)

ArtNr. GHCD 2327

Charles Munch (1891-1968)
The life of Charles Munch mirrors the changing face of Europe during the half-century from 1890 to 1940. A brilliant concert violinist, he became one of the greatest French conductors
Artists: NBC Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch - Conductor

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  
Benno Moiseiwitsch (1890-1963) - Live from the Proms, Sept. 1955 & Abbey Road Studios, Aug. 1995

ArtNr. GHCD 2326

Benno Moiseiwitsch (1890-1963) - Live from the Proms, Sept. 1955 & Abbey Road Studios, Aug. 1995
Benno Moiseiwitsch was one of the most popular and best-loved of all concert pianists of his generation. Born in and trained in Russia and in Vienna, he made his home
Artists: Benno Moiseiwitsch - Piano, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent - Conductor & Philharmonia Orchestra, Hugo Rignold - Conductor

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  
Barbirolli, Russian Favourites - 1950-1959

ArtNr. GHCD 2325

Barbirolli, Russian Favourites - 1950-1959
Since his sudden death in 1970, the reputation of the great British conductor Sir John Barbirolli has grown, aided by a series of broadcast recordings which were never available during
Artists: Hallé Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli - Conductor

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  
Serge Koussevitzky (1874–1951) - Vol. 2, Live 1943-1948

ArtNr. GHCD 2324

Serge Koussevitzky (1874–1951) - Vol. 2, Live 1943-1948
The Russian-born conductor Serge Koussevitsky was conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for over 35 seasons, beginning in 1924, during which time he raised the stature of thee orchestra to
Artists: Boston Symphony Orchestera, Serge Koussevitzky - Conductor

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  
Witold Malcuzynski with the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Paul Kletzki - 1946-1949

ArtNr. GHCD 2323

Witold Malcuzynski with the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Paul Kletzki - 1946-1949
Recorded at EMI’s No 1 Studio in Abbey Road in 1946 and 1949 respectively, these two magnificent accounts of Piano Concertos by Chopin (No 2) and Rachmaninov (No 3) are
Artists: Witold Malcuzynski - Piano, The Philharmonia Orchestra, Paul Kletzki - Conductor

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  
Artur Rodzinski - Live Recording 1944

ArtNr. GHCD 2322

Artur Rodzinski - Live Recording 1944
The great Polish-born conductor Artur Rodzinski (1892-1958) was one of the most charismatic transcontinental conductors during the twenty-five years from 1933 to 1958.
A brilliant pianist and conductor, he was
Artists: Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York, Artur Rodzinski - Conductor

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  
Serge Koussevitzky and the Boston Symphony Orchestra - 1943-1948

ArtNr. GHCD 2321

Serge Koussevitzky and the Boston Symphony Orchestra - 1943-1948
This disc enshrines performances of considerable historical significance – the Bartok Concerto for Orchestra (commissioned by Koussevitzky) is of the second performance of this masterpieces, and Stravinsky’s Ode (similarly commissioned
Artists: Boston Symphony Orchestera, Serge Koussevitzky - Conductor

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  
Barbirolli at the Proms – 1954

ArtNr. GHCD 2320

Barbirolli at the Proms – 1954
Although Sir John Barbirolli was famous for his interpretations of a wide range of repertoire, among the least-appreciated aspects of his programming was the championing of the music of Josef
Artists: Hallé Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli – Conductor, David Galliver - Tenor

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  
Paul Kletzki - 1946

ArtNr. GHCD 2319

Paul Kletzki - 1946
These two famous recordings established the young Polish-born conductor Paul Kletzki on the world stage in the years immediately following the end of World War II. Both were recorded by
Artists: Schweizerisches Festspielorchester Luzern & Philharmonia Orchestra, Paul Kletzki, Conductor

Details

GBP 6.75 / USD
Units  

back

Shopping Cart
 

© 2020 Guild Music Limited. All rights reserved. Prices additional VAT/MwSt. and shipping costs.
Privacy Policy | Website Terms and Conditions | Disclaimer | GTB | Imprint | Webmaster