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4.3 out of 5 stars with 152 reviews
CD + DVD set. 1980 OMD show recorded inbetween their self titled first and breakthrough second album Organisation.
Martin: Orchestral Works
4.4 out of 5 stars with 290 reviews
Ernest Ansermet's complete Decca recordings of Frank Martin. The Swiss conductor regarded his countryman Frank Martin as one of the two great composers of his time. He rejected the atonal system of music as 'without musical meaning' and even, late in life, turned against Igor Stravinsky, whom he had championed earlier in his career. In a 1962 interview, he claimed that only Martin and Benjamin Britten were composing masterpieces: they 'do as well as they can in a troubled historical situation'.
Copland: Orchestral Works, Vol. 1
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4.0 out of 5 stars with 192 reviews
John Wilson, a BBC Proms favorite, joins for the first time with the BBC Philharmonic on Chandos to bring us this new series of works by American composer Aaron Copland. This first volume of the series includes the composers most famous ballets, including suites from Billy the Kid and Appalachian Spring, Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo, Fanfare for the Common Man, and El Salon Mexico.Shrink-wrapped.
Wagner: Orchestral Music from The Ring
4.4 out of 5 stars with 65 reviews
The essential meaning of Wagners magnum opus Der Ring des Nibelungen is wrapped up in the composers own lifetime pursuit of transcendent romance, with the redemption of eternal love one of the primary tenets of this and his other music dramas. Wagners gift for orchestral color and scenic characterization make his operas highly suited to the genre of the tone poem, and these seven tableaus evoke major scenarios in the saga, as well as providing a sense of the course and spirit of the greatest
Ravel - Complete Orchestral Works [4 CD]
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4.7 out of 5 stars with 201 reviews
The Complete Orchestral works including: Tzigane, Piano Concerto in G major & Piano Concerto for the Left Hand D major.This is the first release by celebrated Tonhalle-Orchester Zurich together with young, stellar conductor Lionel Bringuier, who took on the leadership as principal conductor and music director in 2014/2015.All of Ravels orchestral works in one box including the popular piano concertos and famous Tzigane, performed by Yuja Wang and Ray Chen.The Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, having
Tarp: Orchestral Works, Vol. 1
4.8 out of 5 stars with 258 reviews
Not known to many today, Svend Erik Tarp (1908-1994) was one of the most prominent Danish composers of his time, boasting a large and versatile body of work which more or less has survived in obscurity. This series now sheds new light on a selection of Tarps orchestral works, opening chronologically with some suites, overtures, and two small concertos. These are early and charming works that show a development from the elegant and easily accessible towards a more clarified neoclassicist style,
Bax: Orchestral Works, Vol. 4
4.1 out of 5 stars with 118 reviews
The Tale the Pine-trees knew - Into the Twilight - In the Faery Hills - Roscatha - A Legend - On the sea shore / Orchestre d'Ulster - London Philharmonic Orchestra, dir. Bryden Thomson & Vernon Handley.
Ravel: Orchestral Works - Saint-Saens: Organ Symphony
By Seattle Symphony Media
4.0 out of 5 stars with 77 reviews
Despite their common French nationality, Camille Saint-Saens and Maurice Ravel represent very different aspects of French music. Saint-Saens Third Symphony, one of his finest creations, is lush, ecstatic and compositionally innovative with an eye towards Lisztian methods. Ravel's orchestral works sparkle with endlessly fascinating coloristic outpourings. The Seattle Symphony under their Music Director Ludovic Morlot has enjoyed national and international acclaim for its programming and
British Orchestral Premieres
4.4 out of 5 stars with 176 reviews
Lyrita has concluded arrangements to buy Cameo Classics from its founder David Kent-Watson who concentrated on recording the works of neglected composers. Cameo Classics is now owned by The Lyrita Recorded Edition Trust which was founded by the late Richard Itter to continue his lifes work recording and promoting British Classical Music through the Lyrita label. The Lyrita Recorded Edition Trust will operate Cameo Classics alongside the Lyrita label. Cameo Classics had released several
Love Is A Basic Need (Orchestral)
4.1 out of 5 stars with 297 reviews
2018 release from the British band, an orchestral version of their album Love Is A Basic Need. The album includes the orchestral versions of 'All That Remains', 'Love Is A Basic Need', 'The Finish Line', 'The Wake Up Call' and 'Never' and more. 20 years into their recording career, Embrace made an emphatic return this year with their seventh studio album charting at #5, giving the band their seventh Top 10 album and fifth Top 5 record. Hailed as a return to ''classic'' Embrace, Love Is A Basic
Alberto Ginastera: Orchestral Works
4.5 out of 5 stars with 174 reviews
Alberto Ginastera is considered one of three 20th century composers that brought Argentina to the forefront of global attention, along with Carlos Gardel and Astor Piazzolla. Whereas Gardel and Piazzolla came out of the Argentine tango tradition, Alberto Ginastera is considered th emost important Argentinian classical composer of the 20th century. Anchored by the engaged work of the Deutsche Staatsphilarmonie Rheinland conducted by Karl-Heinz Steffens, this release is a marelous retrospective
Bach: The Orchestral Suites
4.9 out of 5 stars with 29 reviews
Following their acclaimed recording of the Brandenburg Concertos, Sigiswald Kuijken leads his ensemble La Petite Bande in Bach's four Orchestral Suites. Kuijken has chosen to use an unusually small ensemble. Alongside the harpsichord, the continuo group consists of two violones, a bass instrument significantly larger than the baroque cello and which produces a more resonant sound due to its larger body and thicker strings. What is especially remarkable about this recording, however, is the
So80s Presents Omd
4.4 out of 5 stars with 121 reviews
2011 compilation of original remixes from the '80s Synthpop outfit, curated by German Trance duo (and massive '80s fans) Blank & Jones. This collection features classic extended mixes of some of Omd's biggest tracks including 'If You Leave', 'Telegraph', 'Dreaming', 'So in Love', 'Tesla Girls' and many others. While the tracks were selected by Blank & Jones, none of the titles were mixed by them. 13 tracks. EMI..
Nielsen: Orchestral Music
4.3 out of 5 stars with 180 reviews
Maskarade op.39 - Sir Oluf Rides, op.37 - Suite Snefrid op.17 - Saul et David op.25 - Ouverture rhapsodique, Voyage imaginaire aux Iles Féroé, op.123 - Willemoes, musique de scène, op.44 - Pan et Syrinx op.49 - Ouverture Helios op.17 / Orchestre Symphonique National Danois, dir. Thomas DausgaardShrink-wrapped.
Orchestral Music, Vol. 2
4.9 out of 5 stars with 292 reviews
The orchestral music of the English composer David Hackbridge Johnson (b. 1963) is one of the most important discoveries to have been made by Toccata Classics. This second volume brings two mighty symphonies: the dark and tragic No. 10 (2013), cast in a single monumental span, and the three-movement No. 13 (2017), a fierce and fiery affirmation of life. They are complemented here by an orchestral motet which passes plainchant in kaleidoscopic review. Writing in Gramophone, Guy Rickards said of
Wordsworth: Orchestral Music, Vol. 1
4.5 out of 5 stars with 107 reviews
The music of London-born William Wordsworth (190888) a great-great-grandson of the poets brother Christopher lies downstream from that of Vaughan Williams and Sibelius; like that of his contemporary Edmund Rubbra, Wordsworths music unfolds spontaneously, as a natural process, with a sense of grandeur perhaps enhanced by his move to the Scottish Highlands in 1961. Three of the four works recorded here display the sober dignity of the instinctive symphonist; the Variations on a Scottish Theme
Leaving Home: Orchestral Music in the 20th Century, Vol. 1 - Dancing on a Volcano
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4.1 out of 5 stars with 31 reviews
Written and presented by Sir Simon Rattle, this series forms a fascinating intro to, and overview of, the music of the twentieth century. Each program is illustrated with evocative imagery, archive film, and photographes, and the featured music is set within the broader context of artistic and social chenge. This first episode describes a great musical culture in decline in turn-of-the-century Veinna. From that decline erupted a musical revolution whose reverberations have continued to this
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