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Beethoven: Cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II, Symphony No. 2
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The San Francisco Symphony is the first US orchestra with its own in-house label, SFS Media™, offering a distinctive series of recordings and DVDs. Under the leadership of Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas, the Orchestra has recorded a GRAMMY®-winning, critically acclaimed cycle of the symphonies of Gustav Mahler. Our groundbreaking Keeping Score series, available on DVD and Blu-ray, features MTT and the Orchestra exploring great works and the people behind them, and is designed to make classical music accessible to those of all ages and musical backgrounds. Also on DVD is A Celebration of Leonard Bernstein: Carnegie Hall Opening Night 2008, the San Francisco Symphony’s gala Bernstein concert, broadcast originally on PBS’s Great Performances.


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