classical music: carnegie
Lang Lang: Live at Carnegie Hall
Deutsche Grammophon, 2011
This DVD offers an exciting snapshot of the hottest young pianist in the world today breaking out with a vibrancy that rivets audiences. He performs Schumann's Abegg Variations, Haydn's Piano Sonata in C, Schubert's Wanderer Fantasie, Tan Dun's Eight Mem
Piano Concerto 3
Piano Concerto 1
Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky
CD Cliburn; Cso; Rca So; Reiner; Kondrashin
A Carnegie Hall Christmas Concert / Frederica von Stade, Kathleen Battle, Wynton Marsalis
Kultur Video, 2007
Filmed live at Carnegie Hall in 1992 and featured on Public Television, this Christmas extravaganza is conducted by André Previn and features opera divas Kathleen Battle and Frederica von Stade with jazz legend Wynton Marsalis. Featured composers include Engelbert Humperdinck, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Mel Torme, and Franz Xaver Gruber. Songs include: Mary's Little Boy Chile The Twelve Days of Christmas Gesu Bambino Alleluja from Exsultate, ...
Vladimir Horowitz Live At Carnegie Hall
SONY MASTERWORKS, 2013
Sony Music Entertainment presents Vladimir Horowitz Live at Carnegie Hall, a deluxe CD edition that gathers together the complete RCA and Columbia recitals that the legendary pianist recorded live at Carnegie Hall between 1951 and 1978 including eight previously unreleased complete concerts, as well as 48 works in previously unreleased recordings all on 41 CDs and a DVD. Since Horowitz accurately claimed that he never played any piece the same ...
A Carnegie Hall Christmas Concert
Carnegie Hall Christmas Concer
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: CARNEGIE HALL CHRISTMAS CONCER Title: CARNEGIE HALL CHRISTMAS CONCER Street Release Date: 09/11/1997 Domestic Genre: XMAS CLASSICAL INSTRUMENTAL
Live & Unedited: Historic 1965 Carnegie Hall
Great Moments: Horowitz Live at Carnegie Hall
SONY CLASSICS, 2013
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Mahler: Complete Symphonies (Carnegie Hall Presents)
For the May 2009 complete cycle of Mahler symphonies performed at Carnegie Hall, Daniel Barenboim and Pierre Boulez were invited to conduct. But it was Leonard Bernstein who famously first rescued Mahler's majestic symphonies from cult status and lifted them into the classical mainstream. These landmark recordings still stand as the definitive Mahler-symphony cycle; along with the complete Symphonies Nos. 1-9 ; Adagio from Symphony No. 10 , and ...
James Levine: Live at Carnegie Hall with Evgeny Kissin
Deutsche Grammophon, 2013
Recorded live on May 19, 2013, this concert marked maestro James Levines return to the stage after a two-year absence due to injury. His entrance on the stage of Carnegie Hall was greeted with a standing ovation which led into a concert that met with near universal audience and critical praise. A winner of 10 Grammy Awards, 5 of which were with the MET, James Levine has, since his 1971 company debut, led the ensemble to become one of the ...
Paul Robeson Live at Carnegie Hall
Vanguard Records, 1990
Paul Robeson Live at Carnegie Hall
The Glory (????) of the Human Voice
Florence Foster Jenkins
Bruckner: Symphony No. 8
Herbert von Karajan
Deutsche Grammophon, 1999
2CD W/Wiener Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan
Ludwig van Beethoven
Before there were the Three Tenors there was Jussi Björling, the great Swedish tenor who died in 1960 at the age of 49. His bright, sunny tone had a slight, emotion-laden tear in it that conveyed feeling as well as, or more than, any number of sobs and effects that other tenors use. His Carnegie Hall recital of September 24, 1955 has long been available; in addition, this CD features nine never-before released selections from that recital which ...
Live at Carnegie Hall
The only applause not left edited out of this recording of Arcadi Volodos's Carnegie Hall debut recital--given on October 21, 1998--comes after his house-burning encore of Liszt's maniacally florid variations (à la Horowitz) on the famous Mendelssohn "Wedding March." But the volley of enthusiastic cheers and wallops that ensues is enough to register the charismatic spell this young Russian pianist must have cast over his audience. Only in his ...
Vladimir Horowitz At Carnegie Hall-The Private Collection: Mussorgsky & Liszt
SONY CLASSICS, 2009
Horowitz hired an engineer to record his '30s, '40s and '50s Carnegie concerts so the pianist could review his own performances. He gave those treasures to Yale in '88; this first release of them features two thunderous keyboard epics from the Romantic era: Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition and Liszt's Sonata in B Minor !
Liszt: The Two Piano Concertos; The Piano Sonata
Since they were first issued, Sviatoslov Richter's Liszt Piano Concertos have been widely admired as the finest performances available, and for most listeners they still are. Now they have been remastered by none other than Wilma Cozart Fine, Mercury Living Presence's goddess of the sound console, and they have come up sounding better than ever. To make matters even more exciting, you also get Richter's well-nigh definitive performance of ...
Mahler: The Complete Symphonies ~ Bernstein
For many of us, Leonard Bernstein's first Mahler cycle for CBS (compiled here, remastered and cheaper than ever) has stood the test of time since it initially came out on LP in the late 1960s. Upon completing this traversal of nine symphonies (and the "Adagio" movement from the unfinished 10th), Lenny and the New York Philharmonic achieved something no one else had and proved that Mahler was, simply put, worth recording in the first place. It's ...
Carnegie Hall 1956-1957
Warner Classics, 2004
When this French icon came to Carnegie Hall in '56, she was stunned to receive an emotional seven-minute standing ovation; a year later she returned, knowing that America had truly embraced her. Here are that famous 1956 concert (complete for the first time) and her triumphant return: Hymn to Love; Escale; La Vie en Rose; The Little Man; La Fete Continue; Les Grognards; Misericorde; C'est Pour Ca; Bravo Pour Le Clown , and 28 more!
Van Cliburn in Moscow, Vol. 3- Rachmaninoff Concertos 2, 3
Video Artists Int'l, 2008
The pianist performs works by Rachmaninoff and Schumann/Liszt in these 1958 and 1972 live performances at the Big Hall of the Moscow Conservatory with the Moscow Philharmonic conducted by Kyrill Kondrashin. B&W.
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