Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 "Scheherazade": The Tale of Prince Kalender Николай Андреевич Римский‐Корсаков 11:38
2 Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9 No. 2 "Thoughts at Night" Fryderyk Chopin 4:43
3 "Con gan espressione": Largo Max Reger 10:34
4 Syrinx Claude Debussy 2:27
5 Valse romantique Claude Debussy 3:44
6 "The Firebird": Berceuse Игорь Фёдорович Стравинский 3:33
7 Symphony No. 2: Adagio Johannes Brahms 10:30
8 Norwegian Rhapsody Édouard Lalo 10:39
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Romanze in B-Dur Louis Spohr 7:04
2 Viola-Konzert in G-Dur: Andante Georg Philipp Telemann 4:55
3 Cembalo-Konzert in A-Dur: Larghetto Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf 7:36
4 Divertimento Nr. 7 in D-Dur: KV. 205: Adagio Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 5:39
5 Sonate in D-Dur: Andante maestoso Henry Purcell 1:45
6 Symphonie Nr. 19 in Es-Dur: KV. 132: Andante Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 13:10
7 Sonate für zwei Violinnen in C-Dur: Op. 56: Andante cantabile Сергей Сергеевич Прокофьев 2:37
8 Flötenkonzert in G-Dur: Arioso maestoso Johann Joachim Quantz 7:09
9 Grand Duo Concertant Op. 48: Andante con moto Carl Maria von Weber 6:19
10 Symphonie Nr. 2 in C-Moll "Urlicht" Gustav Mahler 6:30

Credits

CD 1

violin:
Susanne Lautenbacher (violinist) (1979) (track 3)
flute:
Jadwiga Kotnowska (flutist) (track 4)
piano:
Isabel Mourao (track 5)
Peter Schmalfuss (pianist) (track 2)
composer:
Édouard Lalo (composer) (track 8)
Fryderyk Chopin (composer) (1830 – 1832) (track 2)
Johannes Brahms (1877) (track 7)
Claude Debussy (1890) (track 5)
Max Reger (composer) (1907 – 1908) (track 3)
Claude Debussy (1913) (track 4)
conductor:
Jascha Horenstein (conductor) (track 6)
Libor Pešek (conductor) (track 7)
Bystrík Režucha (conductor) (track 1)
Urs Schneider (Swiss conductor) (track 8)
Günther Wich (German conductor) (1979) (track 3)
dedicated to:
Rose Depecker (track 5)
Louis Fleury (track 4)
orchestra:
Nürnberger Symphoniker (real orchestra, not the Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 8)
Slovak State Philharmony (Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava) (track 1)
Symphonisches Orchester Berlin (known as Symphonisches Orchester Berlin since 1967, renamed Berliner Symphoniker in 1990) (1979) (track 3)
producer:
Heinz Jansen (track 3)
recording engineer:
Henno Quasthoff (engineer) (track 3)
premiered at:
[concert] (1913-12-01) (track 4)
publisher:
Choudens (1891) (track 5)
Editions Jobert (1927-08) (track 4)
recorded at:
part of:
Catalogue François Lesure des œuvres de Claude Debussy (Version de 1977 “L.”) (number: L. 71) (track 5)
Catalogue François Lesure des œuvres de Claude Debussy (Version révisée en 2001 “CD”) (number: CD 79) (track 5)
Catalogue François Lesure des œuvres de Claude Debussy (Version de 1977 “L.”) (number: L. 129) (track 4)
Catalogue François Lesure des œuvres de Claude Debussy (Version révisée en 2001 “CD”) (number: CD 137) (track 4)
arrangements:
L'Oiseau de feu: Berceuse (catch-all for arrangements) (track 6)
Nocturne no. 2 in E-flat major, op. 9 no. 2 (for cello and orchestra, arr. Cullen) (track 2)
Nocturne no. 2 in E-flat major, op. 9 no. 2: Andante (for violin and piano, arr. Sarasate) (track 2)
Nocturne no. 2 in E-flat major, op. 9 no. 2: Andante (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Nocturne, op. 9 no. 2 (for guitar, Tárrega) (track 2)
Scheherazade, op. 35: II. The Kalendar Prince (for piano four hands) (track 1)
Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 73: II. Adagio non troppo (for piano four hands, Brahms) (track 7)
Syrinx, L. 129, CD 137 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 4)
Valse romantique, L. 71, CD 79 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
is the basis for:
After Syrinx I (track 4)
After Syrinx II (track 4)
Chopin's Nocturne in E Flat (Greeley adaptation) (track 2)
My Twilight Dream (track 2)
Tango After Syrinx (track 4)
later versions:
Chopin w Brazylii (track 2)
part of:
Nocturnes, op. 9 (track 2)
Firebird Suite (catch-all for unknown versions) (track 6)
parts:
recording of:
Firebird Suite: VI. Lullaby (catch-all for unknown versions) (track 6)
Syrinx, L. 129, CD 137 (for solo flute) (track 4)
Valse romantique, L. 71, CD 79 (for piano) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:

CD 2

clarinet:
Elisabeth Ganter (tracks 1, 9)
violin:
Christoph Henschel (track 7)
Markus Henschel (track 7)
trumpet:
Bernhard Schmid (tracks 4–5)
viola:
Monique Engelle (track 2)
flute:
Willy Freivogel (flutist) (track 8)
organ:
Harald Feller (tracks 4–5)
piano:
Peter Schmalfuss (pianist) (tracks 1, 9)
harpsichord [cembalo]:
composer:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (tracks 4, 6)
Louis Spohr (German composer) (track 1)
Georg Philipp Telemann (composer) (track 2)
Gustav Mahler (composer) (1888 – 1894) (track 10)
Сергей Сергеевич Прокофьев (Russian composer) (1932) (track 7)
conductor:
Klaus-Peter Hahn (conductor) (tracks 2–3, 8)
Paul Kantschieder (conductor) (track 6)
Anton Nanut (conductor) (track 10)
Carlos Ungar (conductor, probably a pseudonym for Alfred Scholz) (track 10)
legal representation:
Klaus-Peter Hahn (conductor) (track 8)
librettist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 10)
orchestra:
SWT Symphonic Orchestra (AS pseudonym) (track 10)
Rundfunk Sinfonie Orchester Ljubljana (RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra) (track 10)
Les Solistes de Marseille (tracks 2–3, 8)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Symphony no. 2 in C minor: IV. Urlicht. Sehr feierlich, aber schlicht (arr. Bruno Walter for piano 4 hands) (track 10)
later versions:
part of:
Harpsichord Concerto in A major (movement) (track 3)
Viola Concerto, TWV 51:G9 (movement) (track 2)
Symphony no. 2 “Resurrection” (movement) (track 10)
recording of:

Release

part of:Vienna Master Series (PILZ) (number: 37)