Tracklist

Enhanced CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Piano Sonata no. 23 in F minor, op. 57 "Appassionata": Allegro ma non troppo Ludwig van Beethoven 8:12
2 Violin Concerto in E minor, op. 64: III. Allegro molto vivace Felix Mendelssohn 6:31
3 String Quartet in C major, op. 76 no. 3 "Emperor": Poco adagio, cantabile Joseph Haydn 8:02
4 La Bohème: Sì, mi chiamano Mimì Giacomo Puccini 4:36
5 Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in B minor, op. 104: Allegro moderato - Andante - Allegro vivo Antonín Dvořák 13:40
6 Waltz no. 12 in E major, op. 39 no. 12 Johannes Brahms 2:21
7 Symphony no. 2 in C major, op. 61: Scherzo: Allegro vivace Robert Schumann 7:02
8 Spanish Dances (orchestrated by Breiner): Rondella aragonesa Enrique Granados 5:56
9 Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 36: Allegro molto Ludwig van Beethoven 6:38
10 La Messe de Nostre Dame: Gloria Guillaume de Machaut 4:47
11 Drottningsholmsmusiken: Allegro Johan Helmich Roman 2:06
Data Tracks
12 Naxos & Marco Polo Catalogues / The Story of Naxos [data] ?:??

Credits

Enhanced CD 1

violin:
Takako Nishizaki (violinist) (1988-07) (track 2)
cello:
Maria Kliegel (cellist) (1991-11-08 – 1991-11-10) (track 5)
classical guitar:
Norbert Kraft (classical guitarist and producer) (track 8)
string quartet:
Kodály Quartet (1989-03 – 1989-05) (track 3)
piano:
Jenő Jandó (pianist) (1987-04-21 – 1987-04-23) (track 1)
İdil Biret (pianist) (1992) (track 6)
composer:
Enrique Granados (composer) (track 8)
Joseph Haydn (composer) (track 3)
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (track 4)
Johan Helmich Roman (composer) (track 11)
Ludwig van Beethoven (German composer) (1801 – 1802) (track 9)
Ludwig van Beethoven (German composer) (1804 – 1806) (track 1)
Felix Mendelssohn (composer) (1838 – 1844-09-16) (track 2)
Robert Schumann (German classical composer) (1845-12 – 1846-10) (track 7)
Johannes Brahms (German composer) (1865) (track 6)
Antonín Dvořák (composer) (1894-11-08 – 1895-06-11) (track 5)
conductor:
Peter Breiner (pianist, conductor, composer) (track 8)
Jeremy Summerly (conductor) (track 10)
Antoni Wit (conductor) (track 7)
Kenneth Jean (conductor) (1988-07) (track 2)
Will Humburg (conductor) (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 4)
Michael Halász (conductor) (1991-11-08 – 1991-11-10) (track 5)
Béla Drahos (flutist and conductor) (1995-06-09 – 1995-06-16) (track 9)
Anthony Halstead (horn soloist, conductor and director) (1996-04-26 – 1996-04-28) (track 11)
engineer:
Monika Feszler (track 1)
Torbjörn Samuelsson (engineer) (track 11)
Ferenc Pécsi (engineer) (1989-03 – 1989-05) (track 3)
János Bohus (1995-06-09 – 1995-06-16) (track 9)
instruments:
Kodály Quartet (1989-03 – 1989-05) (track 3)
librettist:
Giuseppe Giacosa (track 4)
Luigi Illica (track 4)
lyricist:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 10)
orchestra:
Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra (Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava) (1988-07) (track 2)
Symfonický orchester Slovenského rozhlasu (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 4)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (1991-11-08 – 1991-11-10) (track 5)
Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia (1995-06-09 – 1995-06-16) (track 9)
Uppsala Kammarorkester (1996-04-26 – 1996-04-28) (track 11)
performer:
Oxford Camerata (track 10)
producer:
Hubert Geschwandtner (producer/engineer) (track 4)
Horváth János (engineer) (track 1)
Karol Kopernický (producer) (track 4)
Michael Ponder (track 11)
Ibolya Tóth (track 9)
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (1988-07) (track 2)
János Mátyás (producer) (1989-03 – 1989-05) (track 3)
Murray Khouri (clarinettist and producer) (1991-11) (track 5)
revised by:
Felix Mendelssohn (composer) (1845) (track 2)
soprano vocals:
Ľuba Orgonášová (soprano) (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 4)
phonographic copyright by:
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1987) (track 1)
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1988) (track 2)
HNH International Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1989) (track 3)
recorded at:
Instituto Italiano di Cultura in Budapest, Hungary (1987-04-21 – 1987-04-23) (track 1)
Hungaroton Studio in Budapest, Hungary (1989-03 – 1989-05) (track 3)
Concert Hall of the Slovak Radio in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1990-04-23 – 1990-05-04) (track 4)
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (1991-11-08 – 1991-11-10) (track 5)
Clara-Wieck-Auditorium (Sandhausen/Heidelberg) in Sandhausen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (1992) (track 6)
Instituto Italiano di Cultura in Budapest, Hungary (1995-06-09 – 1995-06-16) (track 9)
Bålsta Kyrkcentrum in Bålsta, Uppsala, Sweden (1996-04-26 – 1996-04-28) (track 11)
edits:
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Finale from the Violin Concerto (for horn and band, Hopkinson) (track 2)
Symphony no. 2 in C major, op. 61: II. Scherzo. Allegro vivace (piano duet, arr. by R. and C. Schumann) (track 7)
Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 36: IV. Allegro molto (for small orchestra, Ries) (track 9)
is the basis for:
later versions:
part of:
Cello Concerto in B minor, op. 104 (movement) (track 5)
Violinkonzert in e-Moll, op. 64 (movement) (track 2)
Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 36 (movement) (track 9)
16 Waltzes, op. 39 (for solo piano) (track 6)
La bohème: Atto I (track 4)
recording of:
12 danzas españolas, op. 37, nº 6: Rondalla aragonesa (catch-all for arrangements) (track 8)
Waltzes, op. 39: No. 12 in E major (for solo piano) (1992) (track 6)
Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 36: IV. Allegro molto (1995-06-09 – 1995-06-16) (track 9)
Drottningholm Music, BeRI 2: I. Allegro (1996-04-26 – 1996-04-28) (track 11)
referred to in medleys:
revision of:
Cello Concerto in B minor, op. 104: III. Finale (original finale (not the one usually played)) (track 5)
version of:
16 Waltzes, op. 39: No. 12 in E major (for piano four hands) (track 6)

Release

ASIN:US: B0000014GR [info]