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GH 2232

ARTURO TOSCANINI - THE COMPLETE CONCERT

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

NBC Symphony Orchestra


Arturo Toscanini



Producer:

Jonathan Wearn



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Opera


Orchestral & Concertos

Total Time - 93:41
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WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

   
   


Select Complete Single Disc for
  CD 1  
1 Broadcast introduction 0:56
2 

Overture to 'The Magic Flute'

6:46
3 Broadcast commentary 0:54
   
  Divertimento in B flat for Strings & Horns  
4 Allegro 6:06
5 Theme and Variations 7:18
6 Minuet 3:18
7 Adagio 7:04
8 Recit - Finale - Allegro molto 6:24
9 Broadcast commentary 0:49
   
  Symphony No.35 in D 'Haffner'  
10 Allegro 5:24
11 Andante 4:27
12 Minuet 3:11
13 Presto 3:50
14 Broadcast commentary 1:27
   
 Arturo Toscanini
   
  REHEARSAL  
15 

Overture to 'The Magic Flute'

11:25
   
   
   


Select Complete Single Disc for
  CD 2  
  REHEARSAL  
 

Symphony No.35 'Haffner'

52:35  
1 I Movement 1 0:00
2 II Movement 2 0:00
3 III Movement 3 0:00
4 IV Movement 4 0:00
5 

Overture to 'The Magic Flute'

24:22
   
 Arturo Toscanini
   
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’Devoted adherents of Arturo Toscanini’s artistry continue to keep the legacy of this podium giant alive. Two Guild releases focus on complete broadcast concerts by the NBC symphony Orchestra: and all Mozart concert from 3 November 1946 ( plus extensive rehearsal excerpts) and an all-Beethoven Concert (26 November 1944 ) which includes soloist Rudolf Serkin Beethoven’s G major concerto; here the additional material is Serkin’s debut with Toscanini and the New York Philharmonic eight years earlier, in the same concerto and Mozart’s K595. Those earlier performances have occasional gaps in recording continuity but sound more humane than the often brittle and hard-driven Forties performances.’
 

BBC Music Magazine - July 2003



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