Claudio Abbado (1933-2014) was an Italian conductor. Abbado was among other things employed at La Scala Opera House in Milan (1968-86). 1986-91 he was Music Director of the Vienna State Opera and in 1989 chose the Berlin Philharmonic him to his musical director and permanent conductor, but in 2002 he resigned because of ill health
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Aksel Schiøtz was a Danish tenor who toured Europe in the post-war years. He is probably best known for the Danish songs
Isaac Manuel Francisco Albéniz (29 May 1860 - 18 May 1909) was a Spanish composer and pianist.
He appeared already at the age of four years as a child prodigy on the piano. Stack as a child from home and living by giving concerts, he settled in Leipzig and began studying music in particular by Liszt. Settled later in Barcelona. His last public appearance was in 1893, then he moved to Paris, and sacrificed himself now entirely to composition.
In addition to his numerous piano works, he wrote five operas, three operettas, a handful of orchestral pieces and a dozen songs. None of them is special, he is remembered only for his piano works.
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Tomaso Albinoni (1671 - 1751) was a Venetian (Italian) composer who at the time was a famous opera composer, today he is only known for his instrumental music, and especially his beloved Adagio for strings and organ.
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Geza Anda (1921 - 1976) was a Hungarian pianist. Geza Anda interpretations of Mozart's piano concerts have always been in a class of their own.
When Bo Wiederberg used the Andanten from piano concert no. 21 as an underpinning music for his film Elvira Madigan with precisely Geza Anda, the concert in folk music has not actually been called otherwise since then.
Now it's also an exceptionally beautiful theme, played by one of the great Mozart interpreters.
Victoria de los Angeles (1923-2005) was a Spanish lyric soprano of the greats. For me, the best la Boheme ever made it with her and Jussi Björling and Thomas Beecham. Together with Beecham she made also an excellent Carmen by Bizet, And many other great performances. In fact, she is the artist with the most recordings in EMI famous series Great Recordings of the Century.
Claudio Arrau. Pianist. Lp - vinyl.
Vladimir Ashkenazy. Is a Russian born (1937), pianist and conductor. Today Ashkenazy become an Icelandic citizen.
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A Nordic Festival. Esa Pekka Salonen, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. 1 LP. Sony. S 46668
Hans Abrahamsen: String Quartet no. 1 and 2. & Poul Ruders: Stryge Quartet no. 2 & 3. The Kontra Quartet. 1 LP. RCA
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields and Neville Marriner plays: Richard Wagner: Siegfried idyll. & Gabriel Fauré: Pavane. & Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Andante Cantabile. & Edward Grieg: Two Elegiac Melodies, & Antonin Dvorak: Nocturnes. Luigi Boccherini: Minuet. 1 LP. EMI. ASD 3943
Adolph Adam: Giselle. (ballet music). Paris Conservatory Orchestra is conducted by Albert Wolf, in a recording from 1974. 1 LP. Decca ECS 677
Adolph Adam: Giselle. (ballet music). Robert Irving conducts Philharmonia orchestra, in a recording from 1962. 1 LP. EMI-UK. CFP 4505. * a Brand new copy *** Recommendation ***
Adolhe Charles Adam: Le Postillon de Lonjumeau. John Aler (tenor), June Anderson (soprano). Jean Phillippe Lafont (baritone) Francois le Roux (baritone) Daniel Ottewaere (bass) Ensemble Choral Jean Laforge, Orchestre Philharnonique de Monte Carlo, Thomas Fulton. 2 LP. EMI. 2704353
Addinsell: Warsaw Concerto & Rozsa: Spellbound Concerto. & Gershwin: Rhapsodie in Blue. Daniel Adni plays piano with Bournemouth SO and being conducted by Kenneth Alwyn. Recorded in 1980 1 LP. Engelsk EMI. CFP 4493 * a brand new copy
Airs de Cour. Songs by Jacques Mauduit and Francois le Fegueux. Nigel Rodgers (tenor) & Anthony Bailes (lute). 1 LP. EMI 063-30935
Albert Wolff conducts Danish RSO, in Berlioz, Franck and Honegger. 1 LP. EMI. AS 003. Press Read more
Hugo Alfven: Symphony no. 3. "Dalarapsodi". Stockholm Radio Choir and Orchestra. Hugo Alfven. 1 LP. EMI
Allegri: Miserere. King's College Choir, Cambridge. Stephen Cleobury. (1984) 1 LP. EMI. 2700951 * A Brand new copy
Alte Spielmusik fur Blaser II. 1 LP. Cantate
Amadeus. Original Soundtrack Recording. Neville Marriner, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. 2 LP. Philips
An Evening with LSO. Stephen Bishop, Colin Davis. Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 5. & Elgar: Enigma Variations, Cockaigne overture, & Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique. 4 LP. Philips. 6799001
Thomas Arne: Symphony no. 1, + 2, + 3, + 4 & Samuel Wesley: Symphony in D. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, will be directed by Kenneth Montgomery, in a recording from 1976. 1 LP. EMI. CSD 3767 Press read more
Arriaga: Symphony in D. & Franz Schmidt: Variations on a Hussar's Song. Hans Bauer, New Philharmonia Orchestra. (1976). 1 LP. EMI. CSD 3769
Daniel Francois Esprit Auber: Fra Diavolo. Nicolai Gedda, Mady Mesple, Thierry Dran, Jane Berbie, Remi Corazza, Jules Bastin. Ensemble Choral Jean Laforge. & Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte Carlo. Mare Soustrol. (1984). 2 LP EMI. 2700683
Auber: Manon Lescaut. Mady Mesplé, Peter Christoph Runge, singing with a Chouers Orchestre Lyrique de Radio France, which is directed by Jean Pierre Marty, in a recording from 1974. 3 LP. French EMI. 167-140568 *** Recommendation ***