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Herbert von Karajan

Herbert von Karajan was the most renowned conductor to emerge from Europe in the post-World War II era -- and through fortuitous timing throughout his career, and in spite of controversy that dogged his early years, he was the most recorded conductor of the 20th century, and is likely to remain one of the most visible (and biggest-selling) conductors well into the 21st century. Born in Salzburg and descended from a family of Greek origin with deep roots in Austria -- including scholars and physicians in Vienna and Salzburg -- he was a music prodigy, playing the piano at three and playing his first recital a year later. He received encouragement in his teens to shift his focus from the piano to the podium, and the experience of hearing Toscanini conduct on a visit to Vienna possessed him to follow that path. Toscanini and -- a great irony -- Wilhelm Furtwangler became his two idols among conductors; Karajan's teachers included the renowned Viennese conductor (and one time Bruckner student) Franz Schalk. He got his first musical post in 1928 -- at age 20 -- at the Ulm City Theater, initially as chorusmaster and later as conductor, and over the next seven years he learned how to lead an orchestra from the ground up, serving as coach and every other capacity common to a small but busy musical berth.

With the rise of the Nazi Party in Germany (which Karajan joined in 1933) and the positions that opened up with the purging of Jewish and part-Jewish musicians from all posts, Karajan saw an opportunity to advance rapidly on a bigger stage than any available in Austria -- he moved his career to Germany in 1935, and became the youngest man in the country to hold a music director's position when he was appointed to the job at Aachen. He was not overtly political, however, and gladly accepted an invitation from Bruno Walter -- perhaps the most prominent Jewish conductor to have been forced out of Germany -- to conduct Wagner's Tristan und Isolde at the Vienna State Opera. From 1938 through 1942, he conducted the Berlin State Opera, and that same year he made his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1941, he accepted the appointment as music director of the Berlin State Opera.

Karajan found himself in an awkward but prominent position in Germany during the Nazi era. His approach to conducting -- his demanding rehearsals and his precision, even in dealing with such august bodies as the string section of the Berlin Philharmonic -- and his intense personality, coupled with bracing, exciting musical results, earned him the admiration of Adolf Hitler. Additionally, his avoidance of any public displays of resistance to Nazi ideology made him a favorite of the Nazi cultural officials as a counterweight to Wilhelm Furtwangler, the most renowned conductor in the German-speaking world but also a fiercely independent voice, who was known to regard the Nazi Party officials around him with disdain and dismissiveness. It soon became clear that the government was intent on playing Karajan off against Furtwangler, using the younger conductor to subtly pressure the older man and prick his understandably outsized ego. And Karajan gained the quietly repeated nickname of "Hitler's favorite." How much he did to encourage or engender this "fandom" -- beyond pursuing excellence at the podium -- is questionable, and it should be pointed out that septuagenarian composer Franz Lehár enjoyed similar admiration from the Nazi dictator, despite his being apolitical and also having a Jewish wife. Ironically, Karajan found himself in a somewhat similar situation when he married a woman of Jewish descent, Anita Guetermann, in 1942; after that, he was out of favor with the party as well.

Karajan made his recording debut in 1938, at age 30, and those early recordings, including his first Beethoven symphony (No. 7) and some Wagner preludes, as well as symphonies by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, and Dvorák, are of significant academic interest, as are his wartime recordings. But Karajan's major career on record didn't really begin until after World War II in Vienna, when he met producer Walter Legge. Although Karajan wasn't able to conduct in public because of his activities in Germany during the war -- he was "denazified" officially until 1947 -- Legge, as representative of a privately owned business (EMI Records), was able to arrange sessions with the Vienna Philharmonic. Those recordings, done during a time when musicians in occupied Vienna needed to work just to raise their food rations to a subsistence level -- which included the Beethoven Eighth and Ninth symphonies, among other works -- had a quality and an urgency that were bracing to listeners at the time, and they were still being reissued, in audiophile remastered editions, four decades later, in 2005 and 2006.

Karajan's career ascent was stymied in the decade after the end of the war by his rivalry with Furtwangler, who would not let him near either the Berlin or the Vienna Philharmonic orchestras. Instead, he took the leadership of the Vienna Symphony, and also became the principal conductor of the Philharmonia Orchestra. It was with the Philharmonia, for EMI, that Karajan's recorded legacy grew astronomically in the late '40s and the first half of the '50s. Karajan's denazification and his appointment to the Philharmonia coincided with the advent of magnetic tape recording in England (though EMI was slow to adopt the new system) and the LP record; he was also more open to the concept of recording than Furtwangler or any of his older conducting rivals, who tended to regard making records as an unpleasant adjunct to a music career. Where Furtwangler, Erich Kleiber, Hans Knappertsbusch, etc., kept their recording activities to a minimum, Karajan reveled in the act of recording -- he made dozens of records across those seven years, of repertoire ranging from Bach to Vaughan Williams, including operatic works, from Mozart to Johann Strauss and Richard Strauss that have never been equaled, not even by his own subsequent efforts. He also cut his first complete Beethoven symphonic cycle, which straddled the mono and stereo eras -- the First through Seventh and the Ninth were in mono, but the Eighth was in stereo. The Beethoven cycle was also an illustration of Karajan's mindset -- Karajan had never performed the Fourth Symphony in concert, and it would never have occurred to Furtwangler, Kleiber, et al., to record a work that they'd never had in their concert repertoire, but Karajan simply did the Fourth for the first time for the cycle. That series of recordings was also notable for the vision of Beethoven's symphonies that they presented, resplendent in a lush string tone, bursting tension, and energy that oozed out of every bowing and note. Virtually all of his recordings from the 1950s, whether in mono or stereo, retain exceptional luster and richness, owing to Walter Legge's production and the work of the EMI engineering staff, and continue to sell well in the 21st century.

From the second half of the 1950s onward much of Karajan's activity -- apart from occasional forays to RCA Victor and Decca/London, and a short return to EMI at the outset of the 1970s -- was centered on the Deutsche Grammophon label, where the lion's share of his Berlin Philharmonic recordings would be made and released. From the advent of the stereo era onward, as his recordings gained him an ever-widening audience around the world, he would become among the busiest conductors in the studio in the entire world, and also one of the first to avail himself fully of the newest developments in air travel, jetting around the world to meet commitments and also learning to fly himself. Karajan in the late '50s and 1960s seemed as "new world" in his habits as the men he succeeded had seemed "old world." He re-recorded all of his key repertoire, from Beethoven to Schubert, more than once throughout the 1960s and 1970s, including a new cycle of the former's nine symphonies in each of the those decades and once more in the 1980s, and he extended himself more deeply into the classical era, with the symphonies of Haydn, and into the Baroque period with Bach and Handel (and even such crowd-pleasing pieces as the Albinoni Adagio and the Pachelbel Canon in D), and to the post-Romantic and modern eras with the orchestral works of Berg and Webern -- he was superb at the latter two, less so with Haydn, Bach, Handel, et al. It was almost a necessity to find these other areas, however, as Karajan's recording commitments multiplied; by the end of the 1970s, he had passed Leopold Stokowski -- the earliest major conductor to embrace the phonograph record, and practically a one-man recording industry -- as the most recorded conductor in history. Among his few "blind spots" among major Romantic composers was Gustav Mahler, whose music didn't become part of his repertoire until very late in his career -- although when he did embrace Mahler, the results were most impressive.

Karajan's career timing was fortuitous in other areas as well. With the advent of the home video era, there were two major bodies of his video performances waiting to fill that demand. Karajan's appearances on television dated back to the end of the 1950s, and his broadcasts from 1965 into the mid-'70s were distributed by Unitel, which later made them available on videocassette, laserdisc, and DVD. From the end of the 1970s, however, all of Karajan's video work was done through his own production company, Telemondial, which later licensed them to Sony for release commercially. Ironically, many of these were among his least-favored and controversial works critically -- too many of the Telemondial performances were more like music videos, with hours spent getting the sections of the orchestra looking right, from the correct angle, and synchronizing that shot up with a recording that was already made. With a few notable exceptions, such as the actual live performances in front of an audience at the Vienna New Year's concerts, most viewers dismiss these "documents" as artificial and totally the opposite of what a concert is supposed to be; they were about visual perfection rather than performance, and that seemed to characterize many of his late-career efforts in music. Additionally, during the final 15 years of his life, Karajan engendered some resentment from critics and fellow musicians for his rapidly escalating fees, which led the way to similar demands from other artists and helped to turn the economics of classical concerts into something resembling major-league baseball.

Karajan also played a key role in the development of the compact disc format, lending his work and his prestige to its rollout in 1981 -- it was also reportedly at his insistence that the original intended running time of the CD, 60 minutes, was pushed to 68 minutes, using the running time of a typical Beethoven Symphony No. 9 as a benchmark. At the time of his death in 1989, he had completed yet another Beethoven cycle and was beginning to redo many key works in the digital format; his last recording was of the Bruckner Seventh Symphony with the Vienna Philharmonic. Oddly enough, for all of his renown, he was not the most honored conductor of his time, at least in the United States -- Sir Georg Solti earned more Grammy Awards -- but he was, along with American Leonard Bernstein, one of the two most well-known conductors in the world. And even the timing of his death was perfect, in that there was no slowing of the number of releases of his work -- CD conversions of work from the 1940s, 1950s (especially legitimate versions of live opera recordings, and in particular those with Maria Callas), and 1960s have filled release lists and still fill the racks of music stores more than two decades later; both EMI and Deutsche Grammophon have their "Karajan Editions" in various forms. ~ Bruce Eder
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Bizet: Carmen, WD 31 (Remastered)

Disc 1

1. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Ouverture (2008 SACD Remastered)

2. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Sur la place, chacun passe (2008 SACD Remastered)

3. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Regardez donc cette petite (2008 SACD Remastered)

4. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Avec la garde montante (2008 SACD Remastered)

5. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - C'est bien là, n'est-ce pas (2008 SACD Remastered)

6. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - La cloche a sonné (2008 SACD Remastered)

7. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - La voilà, la voilà (2008 SACD Remastered)

8. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - L'amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera) (2008 SACD Remastered)

9. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Carmen! Sur tes pas (2008 SACD Remastered)

10. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Quels regards! Quelle effronterie! (2008 SACD Remastered)

11. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Parle-moi de ma mère! (2008 SACD Remastered)

12. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Reste là maintenant, pendant que je lirai (2008 SACD Remastered)

13. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Que se passe-t-il donc là bas? (2008 SACD Remastered)

14. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Mon officier, c'était une querelle (2008 SACD Remastered)

15. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Tralalalala, coupe-moi, brûle-moi (2008 SACD Remastered)

16. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Près des remparts de Séville (Seguidilla) (2008 SACD Remastered)

17. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act I - Voici l'ordre - partez (2008 SACD Remastered)

Disc 2

1. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Entr'acte (2008 SACD Remastered)

2. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Les tringles des sistres tintaient (Gypsy Song) (2008 SACD Remastered)

3. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Messieurs, Pastia me dit (2008 SACD Remastered)

4. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Vivat! Vivat le Toréro! (2008 SACD Remastered)

5. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre (Toreador Song) (2008 SACD Remastered)

6. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - La belle, un mot (2008 SACD Remastered)

7. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Eh bien, vite, quelles nouvelles? (2008 SACD Remastered)

8. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Nous avons en tête une affaire (2008 SACD Remastered)

9. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Mais qui donc attends-tu? (2008 SACD Remastered)

10. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Halte là! Qui va là? (2008 SACD Remastered)

11. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Enfin c'est toi! (2008 SACD Remastered)

12. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Lalalala - Attends un peu, Carmen (2008 SACD Remastered)

13. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - La fleur que tu m'avais jetée (Flower Song) (2008 SACD Remastered)

14. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Non! Tu ne m'aimes pas (2008 SACD Remastered)

15. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Holà! Carmen! Holà! Holà! (2008 SACD Remastered)

16. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act II - Bel officier, bel officier (2008 SACD Remastered)

Disc 3

1. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Entr'acte (2008 SACD Remastered)

2. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Écoute, écoute, compagnon, écoute (2008 SACD Remastered)

3. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Reposons-nous une heure ici (2008 SACD Remastered)

4. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Mêlons! Coupons! (Card Scene) (2008 SACD Remastered)

5. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Eh bien? - Eh bien (2008 SACD Remastered)

6. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Quant au douanier, c'est notre affaire (2008 SACD Remastered)

7. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - C'est des contrebandiers (2008 SACD Remastered)

8. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Je dis que rien ne m'épouvante (Micaela's Air) (2008 SACD Remastered)

9. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Je ne me trompe pas (2008 SACD Remastered)

10. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Je suis Escamillo, Toréro de Grenade! (2008 SACD Remastered)

11. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Holà, holà, José! (2008 SACD Remastered)

12. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Moi, je viens te chercher! (2008 SACD Remastered)

13. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act III - Hélas José! (2008 SACD Remastered)

14. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act IV - Entr'acte (2008 SACD Remastered)

15. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act IV - À deux cuartos! (2008 SACD Remastered)

16. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act IV - Les voici! Voici la quadrille! (2008 SACD Remastered)

17. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act IV - Si tu m'aimes, Carmen (2008 SACD Remastered)

18. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act IV - C'est toi! - C'est moi! (2008 SACD Remastered)

19. Carmen (Remastered) (Highlights): Act IV - Où vas-tu? - Laisse-moi! (2008 SACD Remastered)

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Track List: Beethoven: Symphony No. 9, Op. 125 (Live)

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Track List: Don Giovanni, Wozzek, Fidelio, Frau Ohne Schatten, Lohengrin, Cosi Fan Tutte, Nozze Di Figaro, Rosenkavalier, Parsifal, Falstaff & Capriccio

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Track List: Handel & Tchaikovsky: Karajan

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Track List: Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), K. 620 [Sung In Italian] [Recorded 1953]

Disc 1

1. Sinfonia

2. Act I: O Stelle, O Stelle, Soccorso (Tamino)

3. Act I: Dialogue

4. Act I: Io Son L'uccellatore (Papageno)

5. Act I: Dialogue

6. Act I: O Cara Imago Senza Egual (Tamino)

7. Act I: Dialogue

8. Act I: Non Paventar, Mio Buon Figliol (Konigin Der Nacht)

9. Act I: Dialogue

10. Act I: Hm! Hm! Hm! (Papageno)

11. Act I: Dialogue

12. Act I: Colomba Mia (Monostatos)

13. Act I: Dialogue

14. Act I: La, Dove Prende Amor Ricetto (Pamina)

15. Act I: Te Guida A Palma Nobile (Drei Knaben)

16. Act I: Numi, Qui' Detti Istessi (Tamino)

17. Act I: Che Vuoi Tu Qui, Straniero (Sprecher)

18. Act I: Strano Parlar, E Chi V'intende? (Tamino)

19. Act I: Piede Snello, Ardito Cor (Pamina, Papageno)

20. Act I: Evviva Sarastro (Chorus)

21. Act I: Ah Per Pieta, Perdonami (Pamina)

22. Act I: Or Più, Garzone, Non Scappi, No (Monostatos)

23. Act II: Introduction

24. Act II: Dialogue

Disc 2

1. Act II: Possente Numi (Sarastro)

2. Act II: Dialogue

3. Act II: Fuggite, O Voi Belta Fallace (Zwei Preister)

4. Act II: Dialogue

5. Act II: Dove, Ohime (Drei Damen)

6. Act II: Dialogue

7. Act II: Regna Amore In Ogni Loco (Monostatos)

8. Act II: Dialogue

9. Act II: Gli Angui D'inferno (Konigin Der Nacht)

10. Act II: Dialogue

11. Act II: Qui Sdegno Non S'accende (Sarastro)

12. Act II: Dialogue

13. Act II: Gia Fan Ritorno I Genli Amici (Drei Knaben)

14. Act II: Dialogue

15. Act II: Ah, Io So, Più Non M'avanza (Pamina)

16. Act II: Dialogue

17. Act II: Grand'isi, Grand'Osiri (Chorus)

18. Act II: Dialogue

19. Act II: Dunque Il Mio Ben Non Vedro Più (Pamina)

20. Act II: Dialogue

21. Act II: Colomba O Tortorella (Papageno)

22. Act II: Dialogue

23. Act II: Gia D'Ostro E D'oro Sorge Adorno (Drei Knaben)

24. Act II: Chi In Questa Sponde La Virtu (Zwei Geharnischte)

25. Act II: Cesso Il Furor Del Rogo Impuro (Pamina, Tamino)

26. Act II: Papagena! Cara! Bella! (Papageno)

27. Act II: Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa (Papagena)

28. Act II: Piano, Zitto Zitto Zitto! (Monostatos)

29. Act II: Sull'indiche Sponde (Sarastro)

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Track List: Balakirev: Symphony No. 1

1. Balakirev: Symphony No. 1 in C Major: I. Largo - Allegro vivo (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

2. Balakirev: Symphony No. 1 in C Major: II. Scherzo (Vivo) (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

3. Balakirev: Symphony No. 1 in C Major: III. Andante (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

4. Balakirev: Symphony No. 1 in C Major: IV. Finale (Allegro moderato) (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

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Track List: Beethoven: Symphonies Nos 1-9 & Overtures

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
Disc 4
Disc 5
Disc 6
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Track List: Bruckner: Symphony No.7

1. Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 in E Major, WAB 107 (ed. Haas): I. Allegro moderato (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

2. Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 in E Major, WAB 107 (ed. Haas): II. Adagio: Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

3. Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 in E Major, WAB 107 (ed. Haas): III. Scherzo: Sehr schnell - Trio: Etwas langsamer (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

4. Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 in E Major, WAB 107 (ed. Haas): IV. Finale: Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

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Track List: Britten: Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge - Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

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Track List: Karajan Essential the Essential Collection

1. Aida - Acto II : "Ballet"

2. Sinfonía No. 40 en Sol Menor KV 550. Allegro molto

3. Sinfonía No. 40 en Sol Menor KV 550. Menuetto

4. Sinfonía No. 40 en Sol Menor KV 550. Presto

5. Sinfonía No. 6 Opus 74 'Patética'. Adagio-Allegro ma non troppo

6. Sinfonía No. 6 Opus 74 'Patética'. Allegro con grazia

7. Sinfonía No. 6 Opus 74 "Patética". Allegro molto vivace

8. Sinfonía No. 9 en Fa Bemol Opus 125 "Coral". Adagio cantabile

9. Sinfonía No. 9 en Fa Bemol Opus 125 "Coral". Allegro maestro

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Track List: Karajan In Italy, Vol. 3

1. Tchaikovsky: I. Andante - Allegro Con Anima

2. Tchaikovsky: II. Andante Cantabile Con Alcuna Licenza

3. Tchaikovsky: III. Valse: Allegro Moderato

4. Tchaikovsky: IV. Finale: Andante Maestoso - Allegro Vivace

5. Sibelius: Finlandia, Op. 26

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Track List: Beethoven: Triple Concerto ("Masterworks")

1. Beethoven: Concerto for Piano, Violin and Cello in C Major, Op. 56, "Triple Concerto": I. Allegro

2. Beethoven: Concerto for Piano, Violin and Cello in C Major, Op. 56, "Triple Concerto": II. Largo

3. Beethoven: Concerto for Piano, Violin and Cello in C Major, Op. 56, "Triple Concerto": III. Ronda alla Polacca

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Track List: María Callas. Grandes Divos De La Ópera

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Track List: Karajan In Italy, Vol. 2

1. I. Allegro Ma Non Troppo, Un Poco Maestoso

2. II. Molto Vivace

3. III. Adagio Molto E Cantabile - Andante Moderato

4. IV. Finale: Presto - Allegro Assai

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Track List: Holst The Planets

1. The Planets, Op. 32 - 1. Mars, The Bringer Of War

2. The Planets, Op. 32 - 2. Venus, The Bringer Of Peace

3. The Planets, Op. 32 - 3. Mercury, The Winged Messenger

4. The Planets, Op. 32 - 4. Jupiter, The Bringer Of Jollity

5. He Planets, Op. 32 - 5. Saturn, The Bringer Of Old Age

6. The Planets, Op. 32 - 6. Uranus, The Magician

7. The Planets, Op. 32 - 7. Neptune, The Mystic

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Track List: Best Of Herbert Von Karajan [International Version] (International Version)

1. Mozart: Serenade No. 13 in G Major, K. 525, 'Eine kleine Nachtmusik': I. Allegro (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

2. Mozart: Serenade No. 13 in G Major, K. 525, 'Eine kleine Nachtmusik': II. Romanze (Andante) (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

3. Mozart: Serenade No. 13 in G Major, K. 525, 'Eine kleine Nachtmusik': III. Menuetto (Allegretto) (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

4. Mozart: Serenade No. 13 in G Major, K. 525, 'Eine kleine Nachtmusik': IV. Rondo (Allegro) (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

5. Mozart: 3 German Dances, K. 605: No. 3 in C Major, 'Die Schlittenfahrt' (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

6. Handel: Water Music - Suite (arr. Harty): I. Allegro (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

7. Handel: Water Music - Suite (arr. Harty): II. Air (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

8. Handel: Water Music - Suite (arr. Harty): III. Bourrée (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

9. Handel: Water Music - Suite (arr. Harty): IV. Hornpipe (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

10. Handel: Water Music - Suite (arr. Harty): V. Andante espressivo (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

11. Handel: Water Music - Suite (arr. Harty): VI. Allegro decisio (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

12. Smetana: Má vlast, JB 1:112: II. Vltava (Die Moldau) (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

13. Weber: Invitation to the Dance, (Aufforderung zum Tanze), J. 260 (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

14. Ravel: Boléro, M. 81

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Track List: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Classical Collection

1. Symphony No. 35 In D Major, KV 385: Allegro Con Spirito

2. Symphony No. 35 In D Major, KV 385: Andante

3. Symphony No. 35 In D Major, KV 385: Menuetto

4. Symphony No. 35 In D Major, KV 385: Finale - Presto

5. Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, KV 550: Allegro Molto

6. Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, KV 550: Andante

7. Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, KV 550: Menuetto: Allegretto

8. Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, KV 550: Finale: Allegro Assai

9. Serenade No. 13 In G Major, KV 525: Allegro

10. Serenade No. 13 In G Major, KV 525: Romanza - Andante

11. Serenade No. 13 In G Major, KV 525: Menuetto - Allegretto

12. Serenade No. 13 In G Major, KV 525: Rondo - Allegro

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Track List: Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana

1. Cavalleria Rusticana: Preludio

2. Cavalleria Rusticana: "O Lola Ch'ai Di Latti La Cammisa" (Siciliana)

3. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Ah!"

4. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Gli Aranci Olezzano Sui Verdi Margini"

5. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Dite, Mamma Lucia"

6. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Il Cavallo Scalpita"

7. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Beato Voi, Compar Alfio"

8. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Regina Coeli, Laetare"

9. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Inneggiamo, Il Signor Non È Morto" (Preghiera)

10. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Voi Lo Sapete, O Mama" (Romanza)

11. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Tu Qui, Santuzza?"

12. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Fior Di Giaggiolo"

13. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Turiddu, È Passato Alfio?"

14. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Ah! Lo Vedi, Che Hai Tu Detto?"

15. Cavalleria Rusticana: "No, No, Turiddu, Rimani"

16. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Oh! Il Signore Vi Manda" (Duetto)

17. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Turridu Mi Tolse L'onore"

18. Cavalleria Rusticana: Intermezzo Sinfonico

19. Cavalleria Rusticana: "A Casa, A Casa Amici ...Comare Lola"

20. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Intanto, Amici, Qua...Viva Il Vino Spumeggiante"

21. Cavalleria Rusticana: "A Voi Tutti Salute!"

22. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Compar Alfio!"

23. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Mamma, Quel Vino È Generoso"

24. Cavalleria Rusticana: "Turridu? Che Vuoi Dire?"

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Track List: Sibelius: Popular Tone Poems

1. Sibelius: En Saga, Op. 9

2. Sibelius: Lemminkäinen Suite (Legends of the Kalevala), Op. 22: II. The Swan of Tuonela (Andante molto sostenuto)

3. Sibelius: Karelia Suite, Op. 11: I. Intermezzo (Moderato)

4. Sibelius: Karelia Suite, Op. 11: II. Ballade (Tempo di menuetto)

5. Sibelius: Karelia Suite, Op. 11: III. Alla marcia (Moderato)

6. Sibelius: Finlandia, Op. 26 (feat. Berliner Philharmoniker)

7. Sibelius: 2 Pieces from Kuolema, Op. 44: I. Valse Triste (Lento)

8. Sibelius: Tapiola, Op. 112

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Track List: Schubert: Symphonies 1-4 - Rosamunde ballet music

Disc 1

1. Der Freischütz, J.277 (1996 - Remaster): Overture

2. Symphony No. 1 in D Major, D.82 (1996 - Remaster): I. Adagio - Allegro vivace

3. Symphony No. 1 in D Major, D.82 (1996 - Remaster): II. Andante

4. Symphony No. 1 in D Major, D.82 (1996 - Remaster): III. Menuetto (Allegro) & Trio

5. Symphony No. 1 in D Major, D.82 (1996 - Remaster): IV. Allegro vivace

6. Symphony No. 2 in B Flat Major, D.125 (1996 - Remaster): I. Largo - Allegro vivace

7. Symphony No. 2 in B Flat Major, D.125 (1996 - Remaster): II. Andante

8. Symphony No. 2 in B Flat Major, D.125 (1996 - Remaster): III. Allegro vivace - Trio

9. Symphony No. 2 in B Flat Major, D.125 (1996 - Remaster): IV. Presto

Disc 2

1. Symphony No. 3 in D Major, D.200 (1996 - Remaster): I. Adagio maestoso - Allegro con brio

2. Symphony No. 3 in D Major, D.200 (1996 - Remaster): II. Allegretto

3. Symphony No. 3 in D Major, D.200 (1996 - Remaster): III. Menuetto (Vivace) & Trio

4. Symphony No. 3 in D Major, D.200 (1996 - Remaster): IV. Presto vivace

5. Schubert: Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, D. 417, "Tragic": I. Adagio molto - Allegro vivace

6. Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, D.417 'Tragic' (1996 - Remaster): II. Andante

7. Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, D.417 'Tragic' (1996 - Remaster): III. Menuetto (Allegro vivace) - Trio

8. Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, D.417 'Tragic' (1996 - Remaster): IV. Allegro

9. Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern, D.797 (1996 - Remaster): Ballet Music I, No. 2 in in B Minor

10. Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern, D.797 (1996 - Remaster): Ballet Music II, No. 9 in in G Major

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Track List: Bruckner: Symphony No.8 - Overtures by Mendelssohn, Nicolai, Wagner & Weber

Disc 1

1. Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (1996 - Remaster): I. Allegro moderato

2. Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (1996 - Remaster): II. Scherzo (Allegro moderato) & Trio (Langsam)

3. Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (1996 - Remaster): III. Adagio (Feierlich langsam, doch nicht schleppend)

Disc 2

1. Symphony No. 8 in C Minor (1996 - Remaster): IV. Finale (Feierlich, nicht schnell)

2. Der Freischütz (2005 - Remaster): Overture

3. The Hebrides Overture, Op.26 'Fingal's Cave' (2005 Remastered Version)

4. Der Fliegende Holländer (2005 - Remaster): Overture

5. Die Lustigen Weiber von Windsor, '(The) Merry Wives of Windsor' (2005 - Remaster): Overture

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Track List: Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra, Music for Strings, Percussion & Celesta

1. Concerto for Orchestra, Sz.116 (1989 - Remaster): I. Introduzione (Andante non troppo - Allegro vivace)

2. Concerto for Orchestra, Sz.116 (1989 - Remaster): II. Gluoco delle coppie (Allegretto scherzando)

3. Concerto for Orchestra, Sz.116 (1989 - Remaster): III. Elegia (Andante non troppo)

4. Concerto for Orchestra, Sz.116 (1989 - Remaster): IV. Intermezzo interrotto (Allegretto)

5. Concerto for Orchestra, Sz.116 (1989 - Remaster): V. Finale (Pesante - Presto)

6. Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, Sz.106 (1988 - Remaster): I. Andante tranquillo

7. Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, Sz.106 (1988 - Remaster): II. Allegro

8. Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, Sz.106 (1988 - Remaster): III. Adagio

9. Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, Sz.106 (1988 - Remaster): IV. Allegro molto

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Track List: Tchaikovsky: The Nutcraker, Swan Lake & Sleeping Beauty Ballet Suites

1. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Suite, Op. 71a: I. Miniature Overture (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

2. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Suite, Op. 71a: II. March (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

3. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Suite, Op. 71a: III. Dance of the sugar-plum fairy (Danse de la fée dragée) (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

4. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Suite, Op. 71a: IV. Trepak (Danse russe) (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

5. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Suite, Op. 71a: V. Arab Dance (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

6. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Suite, Op. 71a: VI. Chinese Dance (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

7. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Suite, Op. 71a: VII. Dance of the Reeds (Danse des mirlitons) (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

8. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Suite, Op. 71a: VIII. Waltz of the flowers (Valse des fleurs) (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

9. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake - Suite, Op.20a: I. Scene (Swan Theme) (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

10. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake - Suite, Op. 20a: II. Waltz in A Major (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

11. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake - Suite, Op. 20a: III. Dance of the Little Swans (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

12. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake - Suite, Op. 20a: IV. Introduction to Scene and Second Dance of the Queen of the Swans (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

13. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake - Suite, Op. 20a: V. Hungarian Dance (Czárdás) (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

14. Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty - Suite, Op. 66a: I. Introduction & fée des lilas (Prologue) (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

15. Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty - Suite, Op. 66a: II. Pas d'action - Adagio (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

16. Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty - Suite, Op. 66a: III. Pas de caractère - Le chat botté (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

17. Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty - Suite, Op. 66a: IV. Panorama (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

18. Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty - Suite, Op. 66a: V. Valse (feat. Philharmonia Orchestra)

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Track List: Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral"

1. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": I. Allegro, ma non troppo, un poco maestoso

2. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": II. Scherzo (Molto vivace - Presto)

3. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": III. Adagio molto e cantabile -

4. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Andante moderato - Tempo I - Andante moderato - Adagio

5. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": IV. Presto - Allegro ma non troppo - Tempo I -

6. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Presto - Recitativo - Allegro assai - (feat. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Hans Hotter, Singverein Der Gesellschaft Der Musikfreunde Wien, Elisabeth Höngen & Julius Patzak)

7. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Allegro assai vivace (Alla marcia) - (feat. Singverein Der Gesellschaft Der Musikfreunde Wien & Julius Patzak)

8. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Andante maestoso - Adagio ma non troppo ma divoto - (feat. Singverein Der Gesellschaft Der Musikfreunde Wien)

9. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Allegro energico sempre ben marcato - (feat. Singverein Der Gesellschaft Der Musikfreunde Wien)

10. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Allegro ma non tanto - Poco adagio - Tempo I - Poco adagio - (feat. Elisabeth Höngen, Julius Patzak, Hans Hotter & Elisabeth Schwarzkopf)

11. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Poco allegro stringendo il tempo - Prestissimo - Maestoso - Prestissimo

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Track List: Sibelius: Symphony No.2 - En Saga

1. Symphony No. 2 in D, Op.43: I. Allegretto

2. Symphony No. 2 in D, Op.43: II. Tempo andante, ma rubato

3. Symphony No. 2 in D, Op.43: III. Vivacissimo

4. Symphony No. 2 in D, Op.43: IV. Finale (Allegro moderato)

5. En saga, Op.9 (1987 Remastered Version)

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Track List: Schubert: Symphonies 8 & 9

1. Schubert: Symphony No. 8 in B Minor, D. 759, "Unfinished": I. Allegro moderato

2. Schubert: Symphony No. 8 in B Minor, D. 759, "Unfinished": II. Andante con moto

3. Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C Major, D. 944, "The Great": I. Andante - Allegro, ma non troppo - Più moto

4. Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C Major, D. 944, "The Great": II. Andante con moto

5. Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C Major, D. 944, "The Great": III. Scherzo (Allegro vivace) - Trio

6. Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C Major, D. 944, "The Great": IV. Allegro vivace

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Track List: Bruckner: Symphony No. 4

1. Symphony No. 4 in E Flat 'Romantic' (ed. Haas) (1996 - Remaster): I. Bewegt, nicht zu schnell

2. Symphony No. 4 in E Flat 'Romantic' (ed. Haas) (1996 - Remaster): II. Andante quasi allegretto

3. Symphony No. 4 in E Flat 'Romantic' (ed. Haas) (1996 - Remaster): III. Scherzo (Bewegt) & Trio (Nicht zu schnell)

4. Symphony No. 4 in E Flat 'Romantic' (ed. Haas) (1996 - Remaster): IV. Finale (Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell)

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Track List: Sibelius: Symphonies 4 & 5

1. Symphony No. 4 in A Minor, Op.63 (1985 - Remaster): I. Tempo molto moderato, quasi adagio

2. Symphony No. 4 in A Minor, Op.63 (1985 - Remaster): II. Allegro molto vivace

3. Symphony No. 4 in A Minor, Op.63 (1985 - Remaster): III. Il tempo largo

4. Symphony No. 4 in A Minor, Op.63 (1985 - Remaster): IV. Allegro

5. Symphony No. 5 in E Flat, Op.82 (1985 - Remaster): I. Tempo molto moderato - Allegro moderato - Presto

6. Symphony No. 5 in E Flat, Op.82 (1985 - Remaster): II. Andante mosso, quasi allegretto

7. Symphony No. 5 in E Flat, Op.82 (1985 - Remaster): III. Allegro molto - Un pochettino largamente

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Track List: Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht, Pelleas und Melisande / Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

Title: Verklärte Nacht, For String Orchestra (arr. From String Sextet, Op.4)

1. Verklärte Nacht, For String Orchestra (arr. From String Sextet, Op.4): I. Sehr Langsam

2. Verklärte Nacht, For String Orchestra (arr. From String Sextet, Op.4): II. Breiter

3. Verklärte Nacht, For String Orchestra (arr. From String Sextet, Op.4): III. Schwer Betont

4. Verklärte Nacht, For String Orchestra (arr. From String Sextet, Op.4): IV. Sehr Breit Und Langsam

5. Verklärte Nacht, For String Orchestra (arr. From String Sextet, Op.4): V. Sehr Ruhig

Title: Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5

6. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: I. Die Ein Wenig Bewegt

7. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: II. Heftig

8. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: III. Lebhaft

9. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: IV. Sehr Rasch

10. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: V. Ein Wenig Bewegt

11. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: VI. Langsam

12. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: VII. Ein Wenig Bewegter

13. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: VIII. Sehr Langsam

14. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: IX. Etwas Bewegt

15. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: X. In Gehender Bewegung

16. Pelleas Und Melisande, Symphonic Poem, Op. 5: XI. Breit

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Track List: Strauss: Morgenblätter Op279; G'schichten Aus Dem Wienerwald Op325

Composer: Johann Strauss II
Title: Geschichten Aus Dem Wienerwald (Tales From The Vienna Woods), Waltz For Orchestra, Op. 325 (Rv 325)

1. Geschichten Aus Dem Wienerwald (Tales From The Vienna Woods), Waltz For Orchestra, Op. 325 (Rv 325): Tales From The Vienna Woods, Op. 325

Title: Auf Der Jagd (Off To The Hunt), Schnellpolka For Orchestra, Op. 373 (Rv 373)

2. Auf Der Jagd (Off To The Hunt), Schnellpolka For Orchestra, Op. 373 (Rv 373): At The Hunt, Op. 373

Title: äGyptischer (Egyptian March), March For Orchestra, Op. 335 (Rv 335)

3. äGyptischer (Egyptian March), March For Orchestra, Op. 335 (Rv 335): Agyptischer Marsch Op. 335

Composer: Johann II Strauss and Josef
Title: Pizzicato Polka For Orchestra, Op. 234

4. Pizzicato Polka For Orchestra, Op. 234: Pizzicato Polka

Composer: Johann Strauss II
Title: Unter Donner Und Blitz (Thunder And Lightning), Polka Schnell For Orchestra, Op. 324 (Rv 324)

5. Unter Donner Und Blitz (Thunder And Lightning), Polka Schnell For Orchestra, Op. 324 (Rv 324): Thunder And Lightning, Op. 324

Title: Morgenblätter (Morning Papers), Waltz For Orchestra, Op. 279 (Rv 279)

6. Morgenblätter (Morning Papers), Waltz For Orchestra, Op. 279 (Rv 279): Morning Papers, Op. 279

Title: Persischer (Persian March), March For Orchestra, Op. 289 (Rv 289)

7. Persischer (Persian March), March For Orchestra, Op. 289 (Rv 289): Persian March, Op. 289

Title: Wiener Blut (Vienna Blood), Waltz For Orchestra, Op. 354 (Rv 354)

8. Wiener Blut (Vienna Blood), Waltz For Orchestra, Op. 354 (Rv 354): Vienna Blood, Op. 354

Title: Postillon D'amour, Polka Française For Orchestra, Op. 317

9. Postillon D'amour, Polka Française For Orchestra, Op. 317: Postillon D' Amour Op. 317

Composer: Josef Strauss
Title: Sphären-klänge (Music Of The Spheres), Walzer, Op. 235

10. Sphären-klänge (Music Of The Spheres), Walzer, Op. 235: Spharenklange Op. 235: Walzer

Composer: Johann Strauss II
Title: Leichtes Blut (Light As A Feather), Polka Schnell For Orchestra, Op. 319 (Rv 319)

11. Leichtes Blut (Light As A Feather), Polka Schnell For Orchestra, Op. 319 (Rv 319): Leichtes Blut

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Track List: Bizet: Carmen Highlights

1. Carmen (Highlights): Overture

2. Carmen (Highlights): Act I: Dans l'air nous suivons des yeux (Chorus of Cigarette Girls)

3. Carmen (Highlights): Act I: La voilà, la voilà

4. Carmen (Highlights): Act I: L'amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera)

5. Carmen (Highlights): Act I: Près des remparts de Séville (Seguidilla)

6. Carmen (Highlights): Entr'acte

7. Carmen (Highlights): Act II: Les tringles des sistres tintaient (Gypsy Song)

8. Carmen (Highlights): Act II: Messieurs, Pastia me dit

9. Carmen (Highlights): Act II: Vivat, vivat le Toréro!

10. Carmen (Highlights): Act II: Votre toast (Toreador Song)

11. Carmen (Highlights): Act II: Nous avons en tête une affaire (Quintet)

12. Carmen (Highlights): Act II: Lalalala - Attends un peu, Carmen

13. Carmen (Highlights): Act II: La fleur que tu m'avais jetée (Flower Song)

14. Carmen (Highlights): Act III: Mêlons! Coupons! (Card Scene)

15. Carmen (Highlights): Act III: Je dis que rien ne m'epouvante (Micaela's Air)

16. Carmen (Highlights): Entr'acte

17. Carmen (Highlights): Act IV: C'est toi! - C'est moi!

18. Carmen (Highlights): Act IV: Où va-tu? - Laisse-moi!

19. Entr'acte

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Track List: Grieg: Peer Gynt Suites/ Holberg Suite

Composer: Edvard Grieg
Title: Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 1, Op. 46

1. Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 1, Op. 46: I. Morning Mood

2. Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 1, Op. 46: II. Aase's Death

3. Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 1, Op. 46: III. Anitra's Dance

4. Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 1, Op. 46: IV. in the Hall of the Mountain King

Title: Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 2, Op. 55

5. Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 2, Op. 55: I. The Abduction and Ingrid's Lament

6. Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 2, Op. 55: II. Arabian Dance

7. Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 2, Op. 55: III. Peer Gynt's Return Home

8. Peer Gynt Suite For Orchestra (Or Piano Or Piano, 4 Hands) No. 2, Op. 55: IV. Solveig's Song

Title: Fra Holbergs Tid (From Holberg’s Time), For String Orchestra ("Holberg Suite"), Op. 40

9. Fra Holbergs Tid (From Holberg’s Time), For String Orchestra ("Holberg Suite"), Op. 40: I. Praludium: Allegro Vivace

10. Fra Holbergs Tid (From Holberg’s Time), For String Orchestra ("Holberg Suite"), Op. 40: Sarabande: Andante

11. Fra Holbergs Tid (From Holberg’s Time), For String Orchestra ("Holberg Suite"), Op. 40: III. Gavotte: Allegretto

12. Fra Holbergs Tid (From Holberg’s Time), For String Orchestra ("Holberg Suite"), Op. 40: IV. Air: Andante Religioso

13. Fra Holbergs Tid (From Holberg’s Time), For String Orchestra ("Holberg Suite"), Op. 40: V. Rigaudon: Allegro Con Brio

Composer: Jean Sibelius
Title: Valse Triste, For Orchestra (From Kuolema), Op. 44/1

14. Valse Triste, For Orchestra (From Kuolema), Op. 44/1: Lento

Title: The Swan Of Tuonela, Tone Poem For Orchestra (Lemminkäinen Suite No. 3), Op. 22/3

15. The Swan Of Tuonela, Tone Poem For Orchestra (Lemminkäinen Suite No. 3), Op. 22/3: Legend

Title: Finlandia, Tone Poem For Orchestra, Op. 26

16. Finlandia, Tone Poem For Orchestra, Op. 26: Tone-poem

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Track List: Verdi: Il Trovatore (complete opera) EMI Great Recordings of the Century with Maria Callas, Giuseppe di Stefano, Herbert von Karajan, Chorus & Orchestra of La Scala, Milan

Disc 1
Title: Il Trovatore, Opera
Disc 2
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Track List: Vivaldi: Concerti "L'amoroso"; "Al Santo Sepolcro"; "L'inquietudine"; "Alla Rustica"; "Madrigalesco"; "La Notte"

1. Violin Concerto In E, RV 271 "L'amoroso": 1. Allegro

2. Violin Concerto In E, RV 271 "L'amoroso": 2. Cantabile

3. Violin Concerto In E, RV 271 "L'amoroso": 3. Allegro

4. Sinfonia For Strings And Continuo In B Minor, RV 169 - "Al Santo Sepolcro": 1. Adagio Molto

5. Sinfonia For Strings And Continuo In B Minor, RV 169 - "Al Santo Sepolcro": 2. Allegro Ma Poco

6. Violin Concerto In D, RV 234 "L'inquietudine": 1. Allegro

7. Violin Concerto In D, RV 234 "L'inquietudine": 2. Largo

8. Violin Concerto In D, RV 234 "L'inquietudine": 3. Allegro

9. Concerto For Strings And Continuo In G, RV 151 Concerto Alla Rustica: 1. Presto

10. Concerto For Strings And Continuo In G, RV 151 Concerto Alla Rustica: 2. Adagio

11. Concerto For Strings And Continuo In G, RV 151 Concerto Alla Rustica: 3. Allegro

12. Concerto For Strings And Continuo In D Minor, RV 129: 1. Adagio

13. Concerto For Strings And Continuo In D Minor, RV 129: 2. Adagio - 3. (Allegro Molto Moderato)

14. Concerto In A Minor For 2 Violins, Strings, And Continuo, RV 523: 1. Allegro Molto

15. Concerto In A Minor For 2 Violins, Strings, And Continuo, RV 523: 2. Largo

16. Concerto In A Minor For 2 Violins, Strings, And Continuo, RV 523: 3. Allegro

17. Concerto In G Minor R439 Op.10 No.2 "La Notte": 1. Largo - Fantasmi. Presto

18. Concerto In G Minor R439 Op.10 No.2 "La Notte": 2. Largo - Presto

19. Concerto In G Minor R439 Op.10 No.2 "La Notte": 3. Il Sonno. Largo - Allegro

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Track List: J. Strauss: Die Fledermaus / Schwarzkopf, Gedda, Streich, Krebs, Kunz, Christ; Karajan

Disc 1
Title: Die Fledermaus (The Bat), Operetta (Rv 503)
Disc 2
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Track List: Ravel: Boléro ("Masterworks")

1. Ravel: Boléro, M. 81

Comments

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I love that this piece has the ability to make me feel happy and sad at the same time.
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I like this song it kinda brings you along with it if you know what I mean.
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We played the first two parts of Fra Holbergs tid (unarranged! ) in our string orchestra... t h e y ' r e really very beautiful pieces of music. Grieg+Karaja n = M u s i c happiness

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