Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Concerto in G major for Flute and Orchestra: Third movement. Allegro spiritoso
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi 3:18
2 The Carnival of the Animals: “The Elephant” / “Kangaroos” / “Aquarium”
Camille Saint‐Saëns 4:55
3 Symphony no. 40: First movement. Molto allegro
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 6:55
4 Piano Sonata no. 21, “Waldstein”: Third movement. Rondo. Allegretto moderato - Prestissimo
Ludwig van Beethoven 9:26
5 Trauermusik II, Ruhig bewegt: III. Lebhaft
Paul Hindemith 2:36
6 The Nutcracker, Act II: “Waltz of the Flowers”
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 7:00
7 Diabelli Variations - Theme: Variations 1 - 4
Ludwig van Beethoven 5:45
8 Préludes Book 1: “Des pas sur la neige”
Claude Debussy 4:32
9 Manon Lescaut, Act 4: “Fra le tue bracia amore”
Giacomo Puccini 7:41
10 Troisième livre de clavecin: “La Superba ou la Forqueray”
François Couperin 4:44
11 Septimnius and Acme
John Blow 6:15
12 Die Walküre, Act 3, Scene 3: “In festen Schlaf”
Richard Wagner 8:03
13 Ripening, op. 34: VI. Adagio quasi l’istesso tempo
Josef Suk 3:52
14 Symphony no. 6: Second movement. Lento. Allegretto
Malcolm Arnold 4:13

Credits

CD 1

viola:
Kim Kashkashian (violist) (1992-12) (track 5)
flute:
James Galway (flautist) (1991-11-26 – 1991-11-28) (track 1)
piano:
Lívia Rév (pianist) (track 8)
Alfred Brendel (pianist) (1988-11) (track 7)
Marian Lapšansky (1990-01-11 – 1990-01-12) (track 2)
Peter Toperczer (1990-01-11 – 1990-01-12) (track 2)
Stephen Kovacevich (classical pianist, aka Stephen Bishop) (1992-12) (track 4)
harpsichord:
Christophe Rousset (track 10)
assistant engineer:
Mike Cox (engineer) (track 14)
balance engineer:
Volker Straus (producer and engineer) (1988-11) (track 7)
Hans-Peter Schweigmann (1990-12) (track 6)
bass-baritone vocals:
John Tomlinson (English operatic bass) (1992-06 – 1992-07) (track 12)
composer:
John Blow (composer) (track 11)
François Couperin (French composer of the Baroque era) (track 10)
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (composer) (track 1)
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (track 9)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (tracks 6, 6)
Richard Wagner (composer) (track 12)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1788 – 1788-07-25) (track 3)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1803 – 1804) (track 4)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1819 – 1823) (track 7)
Camille Saint‐Saëns (1886-02) (tracks 2, 2, 2)
Claude Debussy (1909-12 – 1910-02) (track 8)
Josef Suk (composer, 1874-1935) (1912 – 1917) (track 13)
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (1936-01-21) (tracks 5, 5)
Malcolm Arnold (composer) (1967) (track 14)
conductor:
Libor Pešek (conductor) (track 13)
Wilhelm Furtwängler (conductor) (1948-12-07) (track 3)
Ondrej Lenárd (conductor) (1990-01-11 – 1990-01-12) (track 2)
Seiji Ozawa (conductor) (1990-12) (track 6)
Claudio Scimone (conductor) (1991-11-26 – 1991-11-28) (track 1)
Daniel Barenboim (pianist and conductor) (1992-06 – 1992-07) (track 12)
James Levine (US conductor and pianist) (1992-08) (track 9)
Dennis Russell Davies (conductor and pianist) (1992-12) (track 5)
Vernon Handley (conductor) (1993-04-19 – 1993-04-20) (track 14)
editor:
Mark Buecker (track 6)
Robert Menzies (recording engineer) (track 11)
Werner Roth (Engineer) (track 12)
Ursula Singer (track 7)
Josef Wanninger (engineer) (track 12)
engineer:
Peter Laenger (engineer/producer) (track 5)
Tryggve Tryggvason (engineer/producer. Sometimes credited as Trygg/Tryggvi Tryggvason) (track 14)
Gernot Westhäuser (track 12)
executive producer:
Joanna Gamble (producer) (track 11)
John Kehoe (track 14)
Judy Tarling (viola player, Parley of Instruments) (track 11)
librettist:
Richard Wagner (composer) (track 12)
lyricist:
John Blow (composer) (track 11)
orchestra:
Wiener Philharmoniker (1948-12-07) (track 3)
Czecko-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (1990-01-11 – 1990-01-12) (track 2)
Boston Symphony Orchestra (1990-12) (track 6)
I Solisti Veneti (1991-11-26 – 1991-11-28) (track 1)
Beyreuth Festival Orchestra (1992-06 – 1992-07) (track 12)
Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra (1992-12) (track 5)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (1993-04-19 – 1993-04-20) (track 14)
The Parley of Instruments (1993-04-28 – 1993-04-30) (track 11)
producer:
Alison Ames (track 6)
Martin Compton (producer) (track 8)
Eve Edwards (track 7)
Christian Gansch (conductor) (track 6)
Andrew Keener (engineer/editor/producer) (track 14)
Ralph Mace (conductor) (track 1)
John Mordler (producer) (track 12)
Edward Perry (producer and founder of hyperion, aka Ted Perry) (track 8)
Martin Sauer (engineer/producer) (track 2)
Erik Smith (British producer, pianist and harpsichordist) (track 7)
Manfred Eicher (1992-12) (track 5)
Arthur Johnson (recording producer of classical music) (1993-04-28 – 1993-04-30) (track 11)
recording engineer:
Cees Heijkoop (recording engineer) (1988-11) (track 7)
Willem van Leeuwen (recording engineer) (1988-11) (track 7)
Klaus Behrens (Engineer) (1990-12) (track 6)
Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer) (1991-11-26 – 1991-11-28) (track 1)
Tony Faulkner (recording engineer) (1993-04-28 – 1993-04-30) (track 11)
soprano vocals [Brünnhilde]:
Anne Evans (British operatic soprano) (1992-06 – 1992-07) (track 12)
soprano vocals [Manon]:
Mirella Freni (soprano) (1992-08) (track 9)
tenor vocals:
Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) (1992-08) (track 9)
vocals:
Redbyrd (Medieval music group) (1993-04-28 – 1993-04-30) (track 11)
premiered at:
[concert] (track 8)
premiered at:
recorded at:
Royal Festival Hall (Southbank Centre) in London, England, United Kingdom (1988-11) (track 7)
Moyzes Hall in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1990-01-11 – 1990-01-12) (track 2)
Symphony Hall (Boston) in Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1990-12) (track 6)
Chiesa di San Francisco (Schio) in Schio, Vicenza, Veneto, Italy (1991-11-26 – 1991-11-28) (track 1)
Festspielhaus in Bayreuth, Bayern, Germany (1992-06 – 1992-07) (track 12)
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (1993-04-19 – 1993-04-20) (track 14)
part of:
Works of Josef Suk by opus number (number: op. 34) (track 13)
arrangements:
Des pas sur la neige (choral arrangement by Gottwald) (track 8)
Le Carnaval des animaux: V. L'Éléphant (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Le Carnaval des animaux: VI. Kangourous (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Le Carnaval des animaux: VII. Aquarium (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
The Nutcracker: Valse des fleurs (for organ, Goss-Custard) (track 6)
Trauermusik: II. Ruhig bewegt (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
Trauermusik: III. Lebhaft (catch-all for arrangements) (track 5)
has revision:
is the basis for:
Dream Star (track 6)
Lacrymosa (track 2)
orchestrations:
Préludes, Book 1: Des pas sur la neige (orch. Matthews) (track 8)
part of:
Symphony no. 40 in G minor, K. 550 “Great” (2nd version) (movement) (track 3)
Trauermusik (tracks 5, 5)
Manon Lescaut (act) (track 9)
Préludes, Livre I, L. 117, CD 125 (part of collection) (track 8)
Le Carnaval des animaux (tracks 2, 2, 2)
Щелкунчик, op. 71: Действие II (The Nutcracker, op. 71: Act 2) (track 6)
partial recording of:
parts:
recording of:
revision of:

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