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Bruno Walter Recollects (24/96 FLAC)

Bruno Walter Recollects (24/96 FLAC)
Bruno Walter Recollects (24/96 FLAC)

Conductor: Bruno Walter
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Sony
Size: 851 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: cover

01. Dear Friends of Japanese Music Lovers
02. Bruno Walter – 77the Birthday Celebration: “I am going to introduce some of my records”

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Symphony No. 35 in D major, K385 ‘Haffner’ – New York Philharmonic
03. I. Allegro con spirito
04. II. Andante
05. III. Menuetto
06. IV. Finale. Presto
07. Bruno Walter – 77the Birthday Celebration: The Concert Aria “Mentre ti lascio, o figlia”
08. Mentre ti lascio, K513 – Columbia Symphony Orchestra, George London (bass baritone)

09. Bruno Walter – 77the Birthday Celebration:”Dear friends, let me say Good-Bye to you..”

Bruno Walter tributes by Columbia Masterworks Artists
Jennie Tourel (speaker), Goddard Lieberson (speaker), Lotte Lehmann (speaker), Ezio Pinza (speaker),
Eleanor Steber (speaker), George London (speaker), Lauritz Melchior, Joseph Szigeti (speaker),
Leonard Bernstein (speaker), Leonard Rose (speaker), John Corigliano (speaker), William Warfield (speaker)
10. Lotte Lehmann talks about Bruno Walter
11. Ezio Pinza talks about Bruno Walter
12. Eleanor Steber talks about Bruno Walter
13. George London talks about Bruno Walter
14. Lauritz Melchior talks about Bruno Walter
15. Joseph Szigeti talks about Bruno Walter
16. Leonard Bernstein talks about Bruno Walter
17. Leonard Rose talks about Bruno Walter
18. John Corigliano talks about Bruno Walter
19. William Warfield talks about Bruno Walter
20. Jennie Tourel talks about Bruno Walter
21. Goddard Lieberson talks about Bruno Walter

Bruno Walter – An Invitation to great listening, Fall 1966 – Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Paul Myers (speaker), Bruno Walter (speaker)
22. Here’s exciting news for Bruno Walter collectors
23. Bruno Walter Rehearses the Siegfried-Idyll (Excerpt)
24. “I could not think my life without Mahler and Bruckner”
25. “John McClure, the recording director”
26. Beethoven: Symphony No. 9, Op. 125: II. Molto vivace (Excerpt) :39
27. The Scherzo of Bruckner’s Romantic Symphony
28. Bruckner: Symphony No 4 in E Flat Major Romantic III. Scherzo (Excerpt)
29. “I had so many channels to which I found my way to Brahms”
30. But the next work is by Brahms
31. Brahms: Academic Festival Overture, Op. 80 (Excerpt)
32. “You will now hear Mozart’s Symphony in G Minor”
33. Symphony No. 40, K. 550: IV. Finale. Allegro assai (Excerpt)

Bruno Walter Recollects
34. I had many channels to Brahms
35. My door to Bruckner
36. Bruckner’s Te Deum
37. First meeting with Mahler: Difference and connection between Mahler and Bruckner
38. First meeting with Kathleen Ferrier: Their notable collaborations in Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde and Kindertotenlieder
39. How the love for Mozart had grown since Walter was a young conductor
40. Bruno Walter introduces Mozart’s Symphony No. 35
41. Bruno Walter introduces Mozart’s Symphony No. 40
42. His early performances of the last three Mozart Symphonies Nos.39, 40, 41
43. On the birth of a performance:The complete rehearsal of Mozart’s Linz Symphony recorded without the conductor’s knowledge
44. Mozart’s Requiem: Walter’s changes in instrumentation and Süssmayr’s contributions
45. Johann Strauss and Walter’s love for Vienna
46. Farewell-Ability of recordings to leave behind a legacy

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