Wilhelm Furtwangler

COMPLETE RECORDINGS ON DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON & DECCA CD

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Wilhelm Furtwangler COMPLETE RECORDINGS ON DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON & DECCA CD

Wilhelm Furtwangler

COMPLETE RECORDINGS ON DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON & DECCA CD

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Limited 34 CD + DVD set covering all creative periods of Furtwängler’s recording career on Deutsche Grammophon and Decca, as well as his early Polydor recordings and post-war radio broadcasts, plus an interview with the maestro presenting general insights about musical interpretation and philosophy (in German). The DVD features Furtwängler’s iconic Don Giovanni at Salzburg Festival 1954 with a captivating cast including Cesare Siepi, Elisabeth Grümmer, Anton Dermota, Erna Berger, Lisa della Casa, Walter Berry.

Track List
  1. 1) Mendelssohn: Midsummer Night's Dream Overture Op.21,
  2. 2) JS Bach: `` Aria '' from Orchestra Suite No.3 BWV1068,
  3. 3) Schubert: Ballet music No. 2 from `` Rosamunde '' D797
  4. Wagner:
  5. 4) Prelude to Act 1 from the opera “Lohengrin”
  6. 5) Prelude to Act 1 from the opera “Tristan and Isolde”
  7. 6) "Isolde's death of love" from the opera "Tristan and Isolde"
  8. 7) Schubert: `` Rosamunde '' Overture D797,
  9. 8) R. Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel's funny prank Op.28
  10. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  11. [Recording] 1929 (1-3), 1930 (4-8)
  12. Mendelssohn: Overture `` Fingal Cave '' Op.26,
  13. 2) Berlioz: "Hungarian March" from "Punist of Faust" Op.24,
  14. 3) Schubert: Interlude No. 3 from `` Rosamunde '' D797
  15. 4) JS Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.3 BWV1048, 1st movement, 3rd movement,
  16. 5) Rossini: Overture of the opera “Thief Kasagi”
  17. 6) Brahms: Hungarian Dances Nos. 1 and 10,
  18. 7) Dvorak: No.3 from Slavonic Dances Op.46
  19. 8) Weber: Invitation to Butoh Op.65 (Berlioz Orchestra),
  20. 9) Wagner: "Funeral march"
  21. 10) Mendelssohn: Overture `` Fingal Cave '' Op.26 (Rehearsal)
  22. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  23. [Recording] 1930 (1-7,10), 1932 (8) 1933 (9)
  24. CD3
  25. 1) Beethoven: Egmont Overture Op.84,
  26. Mozart:
  27. 2) Overture K.492, "The Marriage of Figaro"
  28. 3) Overture K.384, "The Kidnapping from Gomiya"
  29. 4) Rossini: Overture of the opera “Barber of Sevilla”,
  30. 5) Weber: Overture / interlude from the opera “Magic Archer” Op.77,
  31. 6) Mozart: Aine Kleine Nahathomzig K.525 (Orchestra version),
  32. 7) J. Strauss II: Overture of the comedy “Komori”,
  33. 8) R. Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel's funny prank (excerpt)
  34. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  35. [Recording] 1933 (1-3), 1935 (4,5), 1936-1937 (6), 1936 (7), 1930 (8)
  36. [Wartime recording]
  37. CD4
  38. Bruckner: Symphony No.5
  39. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  40. [Recording] 1942 (live)
  41. «CD5»
  42. 1) Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83,
  43. 2) Mozart: Symphony No.39 K.543
  44. [Performance] Etvin Fisher (piano) (1),
  45. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  46. [Recording] 1942 (Live) (1), 1943 (Live) (2)
  47. «CD6»
  48. Schumann:
  49. 1) Piano Concerto Op.54,
  50. 2) Cello Concerto Op.129
  51. [Performance] Walter Gizeking (piano) (1),
  52. Tibor de Mahuhra (cello) (2),
  53. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  54. [Recording] 1942 (live)
  55. 1) Mozart: Symphony No. 39 K.543,
  56. 2) Schubert: Symphony No. 9 D944 “The Great”
  57. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  58. [Recording] 1944 (Live) (1), 1942 (Live) (2)
  59. «CD8»
  60. Beethoven:
  61. 1) "Corio Run" Overture Op.62,
  62. Symphony
  63. 2) No.4 Op.60,
  64. 3) No.5 Op.67 “Fate”
  65. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  66. [Recording] 1943 (Live)
  67. CD9
  68. Beethoven:
  69. 1) Piano Concerto No.4 Op.58,
  70. 2) Symphony No.7 Op.92
  71. [Performance] Konrad Hansen (piano) (1),
  72. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  73. [Recording] 1943 (Live)
  74. CD10
  75. 1) Sibelius: Symphonic poem En Saga, Op.9
  76. 2) R. Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel's funny prank Op.28,
  77. 3) Ravel: Daphnis and Chloe 2nd Suite
  78. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  79. [Recording] 1943 (Live) (1,2), 1944 (Live) (3)
  80. Beethoven:
  81. 1) Violin Concerto Op.61,
  82. 2) Symphony No.4 Op.60
  83. [Performance] Erich Lane (violin),
  84. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  85. [Recording] 1944 (Live) (1), 1943 (Live) (2)
  86. CD12
  87. R. Strauss:
  88. 1) Home Symphony Op.53,
  89. 2) Symphonic poem "Don Juan" Op.20,
  90. 3) Weber: Opera “Magic Archer” Overture Op.77
  91. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  92. [Recording] 1944 (Live) (1,3), 1942 (Live) (2)
  93. CD13
  94. Bruckner: Symphony No. 9
  95. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  96. [Recording] 1944
  97. Bruckner: Symphony No. 8
  98. [Performance] Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
  99. [Recording] 1944
  100. «CD15»
  101. 1) Brahms: Symphony No.2 Op.73,
  102. 2) Beethoven: Leonore Overture No.3 Op.72b
  103. [Performance] Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
  104. [Recording] 1945 (1), 1944 (2)
  105. CD16
  106. Frank: Symphony in D minor
  107. [Performance] Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
  108. [Recording] 1945
  109. [Post-war recording]
  110. «CD17»
  111. Beethoven
  112. 1) Symphony No.5 Op.67 “Fate”,
  113. 2) Egmont Overture Op.84
  114. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  115. [Recording] 1947 (live)
  116. «CD18»
  117. R. Strauss:
  118. 1) Symphonic poem "Don Juan" Op.20,
  119. 2) Metamorphosen (for 23 solo instruments),
  120. 3) Hindemith: Symphonic transformation by Weber's theme
  121. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  122. [Recording] 1947
  123. CD19
  124. 1) JS Bach: Orchestral Suite No. 3 BWV1068,
  125. Handel:
  126. 2) Concerto Concerto Op.6 No.5,
  127. 3) Concerto Concerto Op.6 No.10,
  128. 4) Concerto Concerto Op.6 No.10,
  129. 5) Gluck: Overture for the opera “Archeste”
  130. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  131. [Recording] 1948 (1), 1954 (2), 1944 (live) (3), 1950 (4), 1951 (live) (5)
  132. Wagner:
  133. 1) Prelude to Act 1 from the opera “Nürnberg's Meister Zinger”
  134. 2) Overture of the opera “Tanhäuser”
  135. 3) Prelude from the opera “Tristan and Isolde”
  136. 4) "Death of Love" from the opera "Tristan and Isolde"
  137. 5) "Friday Music" from the stage sacred celebration drama "Parsifal"
  138. 6) "Siegfried's Funeral March" from the opera "Kamigami no Hakuin"
  139. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  140. [Recording] 1949 (Live) (1,3,4,6), 1951 (2,5) (2: Live)
  141. Bruckner: Symphony No. 7
  142. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  143. [Recording] 1951
  144. «CD22»
  145. 1) Bruckner: Symphony No. 4 `` Romantic '',
  146. 2) Ravel: Spanish Rhapsody
  147. [Performance] Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
  148. [Recording] 1951
  149. «CD23»
  150. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.6 Op.74 `` Sorrow ''
  151. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  152. [Recording] 1951
  153. CD24
  154. 1) Haydn: Symphony No.88 Hob.I: 88
  155. Schumann:
  156. 2) Manfred Overture Op.115,
  157. 3) Symphony No.4 Op.120
  158. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  159. [Recording] 1951 (1), 1949 (2), 1953 (3)
  160. 1) Schubert: `` Rosamunde '' Overture D797,
  161. 2) Symphony No. 9 D944 “The Great”
  162. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  163. [Recording] 1953 (Live) (1), 1951 (2)
  164. CD26
  165. Furtwengler: Symphony No.2
  166. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  167. [Recording] 1951
  168. «CD27»
  169. 1) Brahms: Symphony No.1 Op.68,
  170. 2) Beethoven: Great Fugue Op. 133
  171. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  172. [Recording] 1952 (1: Live)
  173. CD28
  174. Beethoven: Symphony
  175. 1) No. 7 Op.92,
  176. 2) No.8 Op.93
  177. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  178. [Recording] 1953 (live)
  179. Beethoven:
  180. 1) Violin Concerto Op.61,
  181. 2) "Leonore" Overture No.2 Op.72a,
  182. 3) Weber: Overture Op. 81
  183. [Performance] Wolfgang Schneiderhan (violin) (1),
  184. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  185. [Recording] 1953 (1), 1949 (2), 1954 (3)
  186. «CD30»
  187. Brahms:
  188. 1) Variations on Haydn's theme, Op.56a,
  189. 2) Symphony No.3 Op.90,
  190. 3) Schubert: Symphony No. 8 D759 "Unfinished"
  191. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
  192. [Recording] 1950 (1), 1954 (live) (2), 1952 (live) (3),
  193. 1) Frank: Symphony in D minor,
  194. 2) Schumann: Symphony No.1 Op.38 “Spring”
  195. [Performance] Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
  196. [Recording] 1953 (1), 1951 (2)
  197. CD32
  198. 1) Beethoven: "Corioliang" Overture Op.62,
  199. 2) Brahms: Symphony No.2 Op.73
  200. [Performance] Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (1),
  201. London Philharmonic Orchestra (2)
  202. [Recording] 1951 (1), 1948 (2)
  203. «CD33»
  204. Bruckner: Symphony No. 4 `` Romantic ''
  205. [Performance] Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
  206. [Recording] 1951
  207. [Bonus]
  208. CD34
  209. 1) Beethoven: Symphony No.5 Op.67 `` Fate ''
  210. 2) Wilhelm Heltwangler talks about music
  211. [Performance] Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (1)
  212. [Recording] 1926 (1), 1951 (2)
  213. «DVD»
  214. Mozart: Opera `` Don Giovanni '' K.527
  215. [Performance]
  216. Cesare Siepi (Baritone / Don Giovanni),
  217. Deje Ernstel (bus / knight chief),
  218. Elizabeth Grunmer (Soprano / Danna Anna),
  219. Anton Delmotor (Tenor / Don Ottervio),
  220. Riesa della Casa (Soprano / Donna Elvira),
  221. Otto Edelman (Bass / Reporrello),
  222. Walter Berry (Bus / Mazette),
  223. Erna Berger (Soprano / Cerulina),
  224. Vienna State Opera Chorus,
  225. Vienna Philharmonic OrchestraDirector: Herbert Graaf,
  226. Production / Director: Paul Zinner
  227. [Recording]
  228. Recorded at the Salzburg Festival in October 1954
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