Fritz Reiner ‎– Fritz Reiner Conducts Richard Strauss

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RCA Red Seal ‎– 88883790552, Sony Classical ‎– 88883790552
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11 × CD, Reissue, Remastered, Mono
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Tracklist

1-1 Don Juan Op. 20
Don Quixote Op. 35
1-2 Introduktion. Mäßiges Zeitmaß
1-3 Thema. Mäßig Der Ritter von Der Traurigen Gestalt
1-4 Maggiore Sancho Panza
1-5 Variation I. Gemächlich Das Abenteuer Mit Den Windmühlen
1-6 Variation Ii. Kriegerisch Der Kampf Gegen Die Hammelherde
1-7 Variation Iii. Mäßiges Zeitmaß Gespräche Zwischen Ritter Und Knappe
1-8 Variation Iv. Etwas Breiter Das Abenteuer Mit Der Prozession
1-9 Variation V. Sehr Langsam Don Quixotes Waffenwache
1-10 Variation Vi. Schnell Die Verzauberte Dulzinea
1-11 Variation Vii. Ein Wenig Ruhiger Als Vorher Der Ritt Durch Die Luft
1-12 Variation Viii. Gemächlich Die Fahrt Auf Dem Verzauberten Nachen
1-13 Variation Ix. Schnell Und Stürmisch Der Kampf Gegen Die Vermeintlichen Zauberer
1-14 Variation X. Viel Breiter Zweikampf Mit Dem Ritter
1-15 Finale. Sehr Ruhig Don Quixotes Tod
Salome Op. 54
1-16 “Ah! Du Wolltest Mich Nicht Deinen Mund Küssen Lassen” (Final Scene)
Ein Heldenleben Op. 40
2-1 Der Held
2-2 Des Helden Widersacher
2-3 Des Helden Gefährtin
2-4 Des Helden Walstatt
2-5 Des Helden Friedenswerke
2-6 Des Helden Weltflucht Und Vollendung
Der Bürger Als Edelmann Op. 60
2-7 I Ouvertüre Zum I. Aufzug
2-8 II Menuett
2-9 III Der Fechtmeister
2-10 IV Auftritt Und Tanz Der Schneider
2-11 V Das Menuett Des Lully
2-12 VI Courante
2-13 VII Auftritt Des Cléonte (nach Lully)
2-14 VIII Vorspiel Zum Ii. Aufzug
2-15 IX Das Diner
3-1 Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche Op. 28
Tod Und Verklärung Op. 24
3-2 Largo. Glückliche Erinnerungen
3-3 Allegro Molto Agitato. Todeskampf
3-4 Meno Mosso, Ma Sempre Alla Breve. Träume Des Sterbenden – Tod
3-5 Moderato. Verklärung
Der Rosenkavalier Op. 59
3-6 “Mir Ist Die Ehre Widerfahren”
3-7 “Ist Ein Traum, Kann Nicht Wirklich Sein”
Also Sprach Zarathustra Op. 30
4-1 Einleitung
4-2 Von Den Hinterweltlern
4-3 Von Der Großen Sehnsucht
4-4 Von Den Freuden Und Leidenschaften
4-5 Das Grablied
4-6 Von Der Wissenschaft
4-7 Der Genesende
4-8 Das Tanzlied
4-9 Das Nachtwandlerlied
Salome Op. 54
4-10 Tanz Der Sieben Schleier
Ein Heldenleben Op. 40
5-1 Der Held
5-2 Des Helden Widersacher
5-3 Des Helden Gefährtin
5-4 Des Helden Walstatt
5-5 Des Helden Friedenswerke
5-6 Des Helden Weltflucht Und Vollendung
5-7 Don Juan Op. 20
Elektra Op. 58
6-1 “Allein! Weh, Ganz Allein”
6-2 “Was Willst Du, Fremder Mensch?”
6-3 “Elektra! Schwester! Komm Mit Uns!”
Der Bürger Als Edelmann Op. 60
7-1 I Ouvertüre Zum I. Aufzug
7-2 II Menuett
7-3 III Der Fechtmeister
7-4 IV Auftritt Und Tanz Der Schneider
7-5 VII Auftritt des Cléonte (nach Lully)
7-6 VIII Vorspiel Zum Ii. Aufzug
7-7 IX Das Diner
Salome Op. 54
7-8 “Ah! Du Wolltest Mich Nicht Deinen Mund Küssen Lassen” (Final Scene)
Der Rosenkavalier Op. 59
7-9 Waltzes
8-1 Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche Op. 28
8-2 Tod Und Verklärung Op. 24
Symphonia Domestica Op. 53
9-1 Bewegt
9-2 Scherzo
9-3 Wiegenlied
9-4 Adagio
9-5 Finale
9-6 Burleske For Piano And Orchestra in D minor
Don Quixote Op. 35
10-1 Introduktion. Mäßiges Zeitmaß
10-2 Thema. Mäßig Der Ritter von Der Traurigen Gestalt
10-3 Maggiore. Sancho Panza
10-4 Variation I. Gemächlich Das Abenteuer Mit Den Windmühlen
10-5 Variation Ii. Kriegerisch Der Kampf Gegen Die Hammelherde
10-6 Variation Iii. Mäßiges Zeitmaß Gespräche Zwischen Ritter Und Knappe
10-7 Variation Iv. Etwas Breiter Das Abenteuer Mit Der Prozession
10-8 Variation V. Sehr Langsam Don Quixotes Waffenwache
10-9 Variation Vi. Schnell Die Verzauberte Dulzinea
10-10 Variation Vii. Ein Wenig Ruhiger Als Vorher Der Ritt Durch Die Luft
10-11 Variation Viii. Gemächlich Die Fahrt Auf Dem Verzauberten Nachen
10-12 Variation Ix. Schnell Und Stürmisch Der Kampf Gegen Die Vermeintlichen Zauberer
10-13 Variation X. Viel Breiter Zweikampf Mit Dem Ritter
10-14 Finale. Sehr Ruhig Don Quixotes Tod
Also Sprach Zarathustra Op. 30
11-1 Einleitung
11-2 Von Den Hinterweltlern
11-3 Von Der Großen Sehnsucht
11-4 Von Den Freuden Und Leidenschaften
11-5 Das Grablied
11-6 Von Der Wissenschaft
11-7 Der Genesende
11-8 Das Tanzlied
11-9 Das Nachtwandlerlied
11-10 Don Juan Op. 20

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Credits

Notes

CD 1:
Original LPs
ML 2079 Released on November 7, 1949 [1]
RL 3027 Released in 1949 [2–15]
ML 2048 Released on April 15, 1949 [16]

Recording: Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, January 9, 1941 [1];
November 15, 1941 [2–15]; Columbia 30th Street Studios,
New York City, March 11/14, 1949 [16]
Producers: Moses Smith [1–15]; Richard Gilbert [16]
Recording Engineer: Fred Plaut
[1] first released on Columbia 11518/9-D in set X-190,
Matrix Nos. XCO 29483/6; [2–15] first released on Columbia
11790/4-D in set M-506, Matrix Nos. XCO 31823/32;
[16] also released on Columbia 72818/9-D in set MX-316,
Matrix Nos. XCO 41069/70
(P) 1949 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 2:
Original LPs
ML 4138 Released on April 4, 1949 [1–6]
ML 2062 Released on September 5, 1949 [7–15]

Recording: Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, November 10, 1947 [1–6];
February 4, 1946 [7–15]
Producer: Charles O’Connell
Recording Engineer: Fred Plaut
[1–6] first released on Columbia 12845/9-D in set M-748,
Matrix Nos. XCO-39309/18; [7–15] first released on Columbia
12610/4-D in set M-693, Matrix Nos. XCO-35781/90
(P) 1949 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 3:
Original LP
LM-1180 Released on November 2, 1951 [1–5]
LM-9010 Released in November 1952 [6/7]

Recording: Carnegie Hall, New York City, September 26, 1950 [1];
September 27, 1950 [2–5]; April 5, 1951 [6/7]
Producer: Richard Mohr
Recording Engineer: Lewis Layton
Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes [6/7]
Matrix Nos.: E1-RC-1806/9 [1]; E1-RC-1810/5 [2–5];
E1-RC-3195/6 [6]; E1-RC-3197/8 [7]
LP Matrix: E1-LRC-225/6 [1–5]
[1] also released on RCA Victor WDM-1580
[2–5] also released on RCA Victor WDM-1579
(P) 1949/1951 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 4:
Original LP
LM/LSC-1806 Released on August 20, 1954 (mono);
June 24, 1960 (stereo)

Recording: Orchestra Hall, Chicago, March 8, 1954 [1–9];
March 6, 1954 [10] · Producers: John Pfeiffer [1–9]; John Pfeiffer &
Richard Mohr [10] · Recording Engineers: Leslie Chase [1–9];
Leslie Chase & Lewis Layton [10]
Matrix Nos.: E4-RC-0058/63 [1–9]; E4-RC-0064 [10]
LP Matrix: E4RP-8182/3 (mono); K2RY-6712/3 [1–9]; XVRS-1822
[10] (stereo) · (P) 1954 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 5:
Original LP
LM-1807 Released on August 20, 1954 [1–6]
LM-1888 Released on January 21, 1955 [7]
Note: VICS-1042 was the first stereo LP release of
Ein Heldenleben on April 20, 1964.
LM-1888 was recorded in stereo but has never been
released in this format except on stereo tape ECS-3.
Don Juan was first released in stereo on LP VICS-1392
on January 24, 1969.

Recording: Orchestra Hall, Chicago, March 6, 1954 [1–6];
December 6, 1954 [7]
Producers: John Pfeiffer [1–6]; Richard Mohr & John Pfeiffer [7]
Recording Engineers: Leslie Chase [1–6]; Lewis Layton & Leslie
Chase [7]
Matrix Nos.: E4-RC-0065/71 [1–6]; E4-RC-0627/8 [7]
LP Matrix: E4RP-8124/5 (mono); PRRS-3471/2 [1–6];
WVRS-6755 [7] (stereo)
(P) 1954/1955 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 6:
Original LP
LM-6047 Released on August 17, 1956
Note: AGL1-3879 was the first stereo LP release of Strauss’s
Elektra, January 1981.
Due to running time restrictions the tracks on LP LM 6047-1
had the following sequence: Side A: [1] and [3], Side B: [2].

Recording: Orchestra Hall, Chicago, April 16, 1956 [1/3];
April 14, 1956 [2]
Producer: Richard Mohr
Recording Engineer: Lewis Layton
Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes
Matrix Nos.: G2-RB-3501 [1]; G2-RB-3503 [2]; G2-RB-3502 [3]
LP Matrix: G2RP-4248/51 (mono); AGL1-3879-A (stereo)
(P) 1956 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 7:
Original LP
LM-6047 Released on August 17, 1956 [1–8]
LM/LSC-2112 Released on August 16, 1957 (mono); May 23, 1958 (stereo) [9]

Recording: Orchestra Hall, Chicago, April 17, 1956 [1/2/5/6];
April 17/18, 1956 [3/4]; April 18, 1956 [7]; December 10, 1955 [8];
April 15, 1957 [9]
Producer: Richard Mohr
Recording Engineer: Lewis Layton
Publishers: Associated Music Publishers [1–7]; Boosey & Hawkes [8/9]
Matrix Nos.: G2-RB-3504 [1]; G2-RB-3505 [2]; G2-RB-3506 [3];
G2-RB-3507 [4]; G2-RB-3508 [5]; G2-RB-3509 [6]; G2-RB-3510 [7];
F2-RH-8310/11 [8]; H2-RB-1959 [9]
LP Matrix: TVRS-2245 [1–7]; WVRS-6756 [8] (stereo); H2RP-2313/4
(mono); J2RY-2001/2 (stereo) [9]
(P) 1956/1957 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 8:
Original LP
LM/LSC-2077 Released on February 22, 1957 (mono); April 24, 1959 (stereo)

Recording: Sofiensaal, Vienna, September 1956
Producer: John Culshaw
Recording Engineers: Gordon Parry & James Brown
LP Matrix: G2RP-7583/4 (mono); J2RY-5639/40 (stereo)
(P) 1957 Decca Music Group Limited

CD 9:
Original LP
LM-2103 Released on November 22, 1957 [1–5]
LM-2127 Released on September 20, 1957 [6]

Note: VICS-1104 was the first stereo LP release of the Symphonia
Domestica, May 23, 1966 [1–5]. VICS-1101 was the first stereo
LP release of Burleske on December 21, 1964 [6].

Recording: Orchestra Hall, Chicago, November 5, 1956 [1–5];
March 4, 1957 [6]
Producer: Richard Mohr
Recording Engineer: Lewis Layton
Publisher: Associated Music Publ. [1–5];
Edw. Schuberth and Company [6]
Matrix Nos.: G2-RB-8141 [1]; G2-RB-8142 [2]; G2-RB-8143 [3];
G2-RB-8144 [4]; G2-RB-8145 [5]; H2-RB-1868/69 [6]
LP Matrix: H2RP-1269/70 (mono); RVRS-7548/9 [1–5];
RVRS-4802 [6] (stereo)
(P) 1957 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 10:
Original LP
LD/LDS-2384 Released on March 25, 1960
Recording: Orchestra Hall, Chicago, April 11, 1959
Producer: Richard Mohr
Recording Engineer: Lewis Layton
Matrix Nos.: K2RB-2309/10
LP Matrix: K2RP-2406/7 (mono); K2RY-2408/9 (stereo)
(P) 1960 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 11:
Original LP
LM/LSC-2609 Released on July 9, 1962 [1–9]
LM/LSC-2462 Released on January 21, 1961 [10]

Recording: Orchestra Hall, Chicago, April 30 & May 1, 1962 [1–9];
February 6, 1960 [10]
Producer: Richard Mohr
Recording Engineer: Lewis Layton
Matrix No.: N2RB-2656 [1–9]; L2-RB-0862 [10]
LP Matrix: N2RP-2658/9 (mono); N2RY-2660/1 (stereo) [1–9];
L2RP-0942/1 (mono); L2RY-0944/3 (stereo) [10]
(P) 1961/1962 Sony Music Entertainment

Consists of previously released material
CDs 1–3: Disk & Tape Transfers / Mastering:
Andreas K. Meyer, Meyer Media LLC,
using 24bit/96kHz technology
CD 4: Mastering: Mark Donahue; DSD Engineers:
Philipp Nedel [1–9]; Dirk Sobotka [10]
CD 5: Mastering: Mark Donahue [1–6];
Tape Transfers / Mastering: Andreas K. Meyer [7];
DSD Engineer: Philipp Nedel [1–6]
CDs 6/7/10: Mastering: Mark Donahue;
DSD Engineer: Dirk Sobotka
CD 8: Mastering: Andrew Wedman & Thorsten Weigelt
CD 9: Mastering: Mark Donahue [1–5];
Harold Hagopian & Glen Kolotkin [6];
DSD Engineer: Dirk Sobotka [1–5]
CD 11: Mastering: Hiromichi Takiguchi [1–9];
Mark Donahue [10]; DSD Engineer: Dirk Sobotka [10]

Photos: cover, pp. 2, 10, 18, 25: RCA (C) Sony Music
Entertainment; p. 36: Oscar & Associates; p. 47: Arthur Siegel

CDs 1–7, 9–11 (C) Sony Music Entertainment
CD 8 (C) Decca Music Group Limited

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  • Label Code: LC 00316

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