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GH 2405

Stokowski - Mozart: Piaano Concertos etc

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 1949

Artists:

Leopold Stokowski Symphony Orchestra


Houston Symphony Orchestra


Philadelphia Orchestra


NBC Symphony Orchestra


The International Festival Youth Orchestra


Maria Isabella De Carli

- (piano)

Ezra Rachlin

- (piano)

Record Label
Guild Historical

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 69:43
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WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

   
1 

The Marriage of Figaro

4:12
  12 February 1960 - 'Live' broadcast from the Academy of Music, Philadelphia  
 

Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor K.466

 
2 I Allegro 14:52
3 II Romanze 7:53
4 III Allegro assai 7:46
 Maria Isabella De Carli - (piano)
  31 August 1969 - Non-commercial 'souvenir' recording made in the ballroom of the Hotel Reine Victoria, St Moritz, Switzerland  
5 

Sleigh Ride (German Dance No.3, K.605)

3:06
  2 March 1949 - RCA recording made in New York  
 

Piano Concerto No.24 in C minor K.491

 
6 I Allegro 13:42
7 II Larghetto 7:07
8 III Allegretto 8:21
 Ezra Rachlin - (piano)
  24 October 1960 - 'Live' broadcast from the Music Hall, Houston  
9 

Turkish March

2:44
  Rondo alla Turca from Piano Sonata No.11 in A, K.331)  
  (Orchestrated by Stokowski)  
  9 February 1955 - RCA recording made in New York  
   


The career of the great conductor Leopold Stokowski (1882-1977) was one of the most colourful in 20th-century classical music, but since his death at the age of 95 he has come to be more widely appreciated for his performances of the great repertoire from the Austro-Germanic tradition. This immensely valuable album couples the only two extent recordings of Stokowski conducting Mozart piano concertos - the only concertos Mozart composed in a minor key - together with three short purely orchestral works, including one orchestration by the great conductor, who is here heard directing no fewer than five different orchestras. The Concertos are exceptionally rare recordings and this album constitutes a major addition to the Stokowski discography.

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