London Philharmonic Orchestra – Conductor’s Gallery, Vol. 9: Grzegorz Fitelberg, Wilhelm Furtwängler (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz]

London Philharmonic Orchestra - Conductor's Gallery, Vol. 9: Grzegorz Fitelberg, Wilhelm Furtwängler (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz] Download

Artist: London Philharmonic Orchestra
Album: Conductor’s Gallery, Vol. 9: Grzegorz Fitelberg, Wilhelm Furtwängler
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2023
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 48 kHz
Duration: 01:11:40
Total Tracks: 8
Total Size: 583 MB


1-1. London Philharmonic Orchestra – Polovtsian Dances (13:33)
1-2. London Philharmonic Orchestra – I. The Tsar’s Farewell and Departure (04:43)
1-3. London Philharmonic Orchestra – II. The Tsarina in a Barrel at Sea (07:43)
1-4. London Philharmonic Orchestra – III. The Three Wonders (04:27)
1-5. London Philharmonic Orchestra – I. Allegro non troppo (15:19)
1-6. London Philharmonic Orchestra – II. Adagio non troppo – L’istesso tempo, ma grazioso (10:58)
1-7. London Philharmonic Orchestra – III. Allegretto grazioso. Quasi andantino – Presto ma non assai (06:00)
1-8. London Philharmonic Orchestra – 4. Allegro con spirito (08:54)


The Decca Conductor’s Gallery series presents an A–Z of 23 conductors in a feast of classic recordings from Decca’s early years – 1929–1949 – including the golden age of its ‘ffrr’ technology. Newly remastered from the best available sources by Mark Obert-Thorn, Ward Marston and Andrew Hallifax, this comprehensive set features several new digital releases. It is a must-have for any follower of historical recordings.Spanning almost twenty years, the unique story of this set begins in May 1929 with Decca’s first major recording, Delius’s Sea Drift – a performance whose merits were obscured at the time by surface noise, but which the latest technology reveals to be a gloriously sympathetic reading of Delius’s poignant elegy. Back then, the conductor (Anthony Bernard) was not even printed on the 78 labels; yet, for a later recording in the set, a suite of Handel, the name of Erich Kleiber stands out: a sign of how far the label travelled in its first twenty years, through some choppy commercial waters, to become a byword for technological excellence and world-class musical artistry drawn from around the globe.

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