The Chicago Symphony Orchestra ‎– Chicago

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Sunrise Selection from "Also Sprach Zarathustra", Op. 30
Composed By – Richard Strauss
A1 Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Recorded Jan 17, 1940 - Orchestra Hall
Conductor – Frederick Stock
A2 Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Recorded Nov 11, 1947 - Orchestra Hall
Conductor – Artur Rodzinski
A3 Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Recorded Mar 8, 1954 - Orchestra Hall
Conductor – Fritz Reiner
A4 Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Recorded Apr 30-May 1, 1962 - Orchestra Hall
Conductor – Fritz Reiner
A5 Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Recorded May 13-14-15, 1975 - Medinah Temple
Conductor – Sir Georg Solti*
A6 Overture, "Les franc-juges" - Recorded Nov 5, 1973 - Medinah Temple
Composed By – Hector BerliozConductor – Sir Georg Solti*
B1 "Chicago" - Recorded Jun 18, 1966 - Orchestra Hall
Arranged By – Morton GouldClarinet – Benny GoodmanComposed By – Fischer*Conductor – Morton Gould
B2 Moto Perpetuo - Recorded Mar 19, 1966 - Orchestra Hall
Arranged By – Frederick StockComposed By – Paganini*Conductor – Jean Martinon
B3 "Scapino", A Comedy Overture - Recorded Apr 26, 1941 - Orchestra Hall
Composed By – Walton*Conductor – Frederick Stock
B4 Der Fliegende Hollander, "Haha Wahraffig, sie sind tot" from Act III - Recorded May 18-25, 1976 - Medinah Temple
Baritone Vocals – Norman BaileyBass Vocals – Martti TalvelaChorus – Chicago Symphony ChorusChorus Master – Margaret HillisComposed By – Richard WagnerConductor – Sir Georg Solti*Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Isola JonesSoprano Vocals – Janis MartinTenor Vocals – René Kollo, Werner Krenn

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"Exclusively for Marathon II"
"This recording has been produced exclusively for the WFMT/Chicago Symphony Maraton and is not to be sold

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