Nikisch* • Furtwängler* • Karajan* • Abbado* • Rattle* ‎– Welcome Sir Simon! - Die Berliner Philharmoniker In Aufnahmen Mit Ihren Chefdirigenten

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Symphonie Nr. 5 C-Moll, Op. 67
1.01 Arthur Nikisch I: Allegro Con Brio
Composed By – Ludwig van BeethovenConductor – Arthur NikischEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Max Hampe
6:43
Symphonie Nr. 6 H-Moll, Op. 74 'Pathétique'
1.02 Wilhelm Furtwängler II: Allegro Con Grazia
Composed By – Peter Tschaikowsky*Conductor – Wilhelm FurtwänglerEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Robert BeckettProducer – Walter Michael Berten
8:49
Symphonie Nr. 3 F-Dur, Op. 90
1.03 Wilhelm Furtwängler IV: Allegro — Un Poco Sostenuto
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsConductor – Wilhelm Furtwängler
9:11
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1.04 Herbert von Karajan Die Hebriden-Ouvertüre ("Fingals Höhle"), Op. 26
Composed By – Felix Mendelssohn*Conductor – Herbert von KarajanEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Horst LindnerProducer – Fritz Ganss
10:10
Symphonie Nr. 29 A-Dur, KV 201
1.05 Herbert von Karajan III: Menuetto & Trio
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Herbert von KarajanEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Horst LindnerProducer – Fritz Ganss
4:00
Symphonie Nr. 2 D-Dur, Op. 43
1.06 Herbert von Karajan I: Allegretto
Composed By – Jean SibeliusConductor – Herbert von KarajanEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Wolfgang GülichProducer – Michel Glotz
9:45
Kammermusik Nr. 1 Mit Finale 1921, Op. 24 Nr. 1 Für Zwölf Solo-Instrumente
1.07 Claudio Abbado IV: Finale: 1921 (Lebhaft)
Composed By – Paul HindemithConductor – Claudio AbbadoEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Simon RhodesProducer – David Groves
6:04
Klarinettenkonzert A-Dur, KV 622
1.08 Claudio Abbado III: Rondo (Allegro)
Basset Horn – Sabine MeyerComposed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Claudio AbbadoEdited By – Caroline HaighEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Arne AkselbergProducer – John Fraser
8:07
Messa Da Requiem
1.09 Claudio Abbado IV: Sanctus
Choir – Eric Ericson Kammerchor*, Orfeón Donostiarra, Schwedischer Rundfunkchor*Composed By – Giuseppe VerdiConductor – Claudio AbbadoEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Mike Clements, Mike Cox (4)Other [Rehearsal Orfeón Donostiarra] – José Antonio Sainz AlfaroOther [Rehearsal Swedish Radio Choir & Eric Ericson's Chamber Choir] – Bo WanneforsProducer – David GrovesTechnician – Andy Beer, Graham Kirkby (2)
2:43
Symphonie Nr. 10
1.10 Sir Simon Rattle II: Scherzo
Composed By – Gustav MahlerConductor – Sir Simon RattleEdited By – Sally DrewEngineer [Balance Engineer Assistant] – Andy Beer, Graham Kirkby (2)Engineer [Balance Engineer] – Mike ClementsProducer – Stephen Johns
11:20
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2.01 Sir Simon Rattle Candide-Ouvertüre
Composed By – Leonard Bernstein
4:19
2.02 Sir Simon Rattle Slawischer Tanz, Op. 46 Nr. 3 As-Dur
Composed By – Antonín Dvořák
4:55
2.03 Sir Simon Rattle Slawischer Tanz, Op. 46 Nr. 1 C-Dur
Composed By – Antonín Dvořák
4:05
2.04 Sir Simon Rattle Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 3 F-Dur
Composed By – Johannes Brahms
2:20
2.05 Sir Simon Rattle Bilder Einer Ausstellung — Das Große Tor Von Kiew
Composed By – Modest MussorgskyOrchestrated By – Ravel*
6:16
2.06 Sir Simon Rattle Gymnopédie Nr. 3
Composed By – Erik SatieOrchestrated By – Claude Debussy
2:45
Ma Mère L'Oye / Mutter Gans
2.07 Sir Simon Rattle Le Jardin Féerique / Der Feengarten
Composed By – Maurice Ravel
5:31
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2.08 Sir Simon Rattle Pomp And Circumstance Marsch, Op. 39 Nr. 4 G-Dur
Composed By – Edward Elgar*
5:06

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Remastered at Abbey Road Studios and noise-shaped via the Prism SNS system for optimum sound quality.

This compilation is limited to 100,000 copies.

Tracks 1.01 to 1.03 are mono recordings.

CD2 is a Bonus-CD.

℗ 1959, 1962, 1960, 1981, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2000 The copyright in these sound recordings is owned by EMI Records Ltd.
CD1 compilation & digital remastering ℗ 2002 by EMI Records Ltd.
© 2002 by EMI Records Ltd.

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