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    • Bach, JS. - LP

      Johann Sebastian Bach (21 March 1685 - 28 July 1750) was a famous German composer and organist of the Baroque

      Bach's music: The monumentality that characterizes Bach as a composer, shows itself in several ways. Contemporary popular genres and musical forms (cantata, motet, concert suite; da capo aria, modulating rondo, etc.), he considered not as finished forms, he only had to "fill" with music, but he treated them individually and gave them a new, enriched content. For example differs all six Brandenburg Concertos with respect to both the crew and rate types from the baroque era's most popular concert types (solo concert, concerto grosso), a strikingly free structure relative to the generally accepted standards exhibit a similar way his arias in da capo form.

      Fun is also thinking that this great composer had actually been totally forgotten for less than 100 years ago.

    • Bach sons - LP

      Johann Sebastian Bach had four sons, who all went in his father's tracks. Their names respectively. Carl Philip Emanuel Bach, Carl Frideman Bach and Johann Christoph Fredrich Bach. Although they were all gifted composers, did neither father fame.

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    • Baker, Janet. LP

      Janet Baker was born in 1933, is an English singer (mezzo-soprano), known from operas, concerts and lieder evenings.

      She has mainly sung in Baroque operas, in early Italian operas as well as in Britten and Elgar's works.

      In his career from the 50s to the 80s she enjoyed great recognition as an accomplished opera singer with a talent for the dramatic. In particular, her portrayal of Dido, the heroine of Berlioz's masterpiece Les Troyens, created a stir. As a concert singer known Baker for his interpretations of Mahler and Elgar.

      In 1982, Baker pulled back after performances of Mary Stuart at the English National Opera and of Gluck's Orpheus in Glyndebourne. She published her memoirs, Full Circle, in 1982.

      She has received numerous awards, including Sonning Music Prize in 1979. Baker was also Dame Commander of the British Empire in 1976 and a member of the Companions of Honour in 1994.

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    • Ballet music - LP

      Here's our selection of ballet music on Lp vinyl.

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    • Baltsa, Agnes. LP

      Agnes Baltsa is a Greek soprano born in 1944. She has appeared in many opera roles. Among other things, Bizet (Carmen) Mozart (Così fan tutte), Rossini (Il Barbiere di Siviglia, La Cenerentola, Semiramide, L'italiana in Algeri), Mascagni (Cavalleria Rusticana), Saint-Saëns (Samson et Dalila), Verdi (Aida, La forza del destino, Il trovatore, Don Carlos), Bellini (I Capuleti ei Montecchi), Donizetti (Il Campanello, Maria Stuarda).

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    • Barbirolli, John. LP

      John Barbirolli (1899-1970) Was one of England's greatest conductors. After having taken control of the little withered Hallé Orchestra, he was a few years raised it one of England's best orchestras.

      Barbirolli have made numerous brand legendary recordings.

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    • Barenboim, Daniel....

      Daniel Barenboim (born November 15, 1942 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentinian-Israeli pianist and conductor. His parents are Russian Jews. He has Israeli and Spanish citizenship.

      Barenboim first became famous as a pianist. As conductor he is known for his work with orchestras consisting of both Arabs and Jews and for his collaboration with the Palestinian Edward Said. In 2001, he sparked furore in Israel by directing music by Richard Wagner.

      In 2009, Barenboim received the prestigious Sonning Music Prize

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    • Bartók, Bela. LP

      Béla Bartók (25 March 1881 Nagyszentmiklós - September 26, 1945, New York) was a Hungarian composer, music ethnologist and pianist. Bartók is one of the key figures in 20th-century classical music. In particular, considered his string quartets to be the best that has been written since Beethoven. Bartok studied with Zolthán Kodály, the Hungarian, Slovak and Romanian - even the North African folk music and created an invaluable collection of works based on the popular music. His works have a huge range from large orchestral works for small naive pieces originally intended to piano schools for children, for example, For Children (Gyermekeknek (Sz. 42, BB 53) and Microcosm, where he has been based on the popular tone and especially rhythm. These works are nevertheless included in the major virtuosers repertoires, not least for the sake of the music educational value of the pieces.

      Bartók came under the influence of Debussy and was combined with research into folk music inspired to relate freer to tonality. But even if it was more accentuated after meeting with Stravinsky and Schoenberg, it was mainly the rhythm and harmonic aspects, which put the said mark on his music. You can meet an essence of his musical expression in Music for string instruments, percussion and celesta with the powerful rhythm and the contrasting tone painting with dissonant sound processing.

    • Baroque music - LP

      Baroque music is the term for a European classical style of music in the Baroque period, which was widely used between 1600 and 1750. Baroque music succeeded Renaissance music, and preceded the Viennese Classicism. During this period lived world-renowned composers such as Antonio Vivaldi, George Frideric Handel and Johann Sebastian Bach. Diderik Buxtehude was a Danish-German Baroque composer.

      Baroque music style characterized by being strict in terms of pace, tempo and rhythm.

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    • Beecham, Thomas. LP

      Sir Thomas Beecham, 2nd Baronet, CH (29 April 1879 – 8 March 1961) was an English conductor and impresario best known for his association with the London Philharmonic and the Royal Philharmonic orchestras. He was also closely associated with the Liverpool Philharmonic and Hallé orchestras. From the early 20th century until his death, Beecham was a major influence on the musical life of Britain and, according to the BBC, was Britain's first international conductor.

      Born to a rich industrial family, Beecham began his career as a conductor in 1899. He used his access to the family fortune to finance opera from the 1910s until the start of the Second World War, staging seasons at Covent Garden, Drury Lane and His Majesty's Theatre with international stars, his own orchestra and a wide repertoire. Among the works he introduced to England were Richard Strauss's Elektra, Salome and Der Rosenkavalier and three operas by Frederick Delius.

      Together with his younger colleague Malcolm Sargent, Beecham founded the London Philharmonic, and he conducted its first performance at the Queen's Hall in 1932. In the 1940s, he worked for three years in the United States, where he was music director of the Seattle Symphony and conducted at the Metropolitan Opera. After his return to Britain, he founded the Royal Philharmonic in 1946 and conducted it until his death in 1961.

      Beecham's repertoire was eclectic, sometimes favouring lesser-known composers over famous ones. His specialities included composers whose works were neglected in Britain before he became their advocate, such as Delius and Berlioz. Other composers with whose music he was frequently associated were Haydn, Schubert, Sibelius and the composer he revered above all others, Mozart.

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    • Beethoven. LP

      Ludwig van Beethoven (17 December 1770 - 26 March 1827) is considered one of the most important German composers and certainly the composer who has had the greatest influence on the development of German art music after 1800.

      Around 1790 began Beethoven careers as itinerant pianist and piano teacher, but soon became equally famous in the aristocratic salons music for his temper bursts (he refused example. Playing when the audience talking) as for his obvious musical talents.

      While some of Beethoven's early works reminiscent of recent works rock strength is his 1700 music largely as cheerful and uncomplicated as Haydn. This applies to the first symphony, the first 12 piano sonatas, the cheerful septet and the six string quartets opus 18 Later broke his introversion at full classical splendor, but darker and more intense, such as. On 5 and 7 Symphony and 4 piano concert.

      From 1819 he was so deaf that he was entirely dependent on that people wrote down what they would say to him. His music became increasingly experimental and introspective. In this last period, until his death, we find some of Romanticism's greatest musical monuments: The Ninth Symphony with the fourth movement, which contains the text of Schiller's Ode "Ode to Joy" in the grandiose setting for soloists and chorus, as well as the stunning intense and challenging "Missa Solemnis". At his death in 1827 was Beethoven almost completely isolated from its surroundings, pulled into themselves. He died as an economically very prosperous man. His birthplace in Bonn offers an interesting exhibition about the composer's life.

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    • Bellini - LP

      Vincenzo Bellini (3 November 1801 - 23 September 1835) was an Italian opera composer born in Sicily. He wrote 10 operas, of which Søvngængersken (1831), Norma (1831; herein aria "Casta diva") and Puritans.

      Bellini also wrote a obokoncertino, a handful of solo songs and choral works for church. In addition, he wrote symphonies and chamber music. He was a pupil of Zingarelli, but learned presumed to be most self-study of Haydn, Mozart and Pergolesi. He broke through in 1827 with his first opera Il Pirata and won world renown with I Capuleti ed Montecchi in "Romeo and Juliet", 1831).

      Opera House Teatro Massimo Bellini, located in Catania, named after the composer.

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    • Bergonzi, Carlo. LP

      Carlo Bergonzi (1924-2014) was an Italian operatic tenor. Although he performed and recorded some bel canto and verismo roles, he was above all associated with the operas of Giuseppe Verdi, including a large number of the composer's lesser known works that he helped revive. Additionally, he sang more than 40 other roles throughout his career. Bergonzi is considered as one of the 20th century’s most distinguished operatic tenor.

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    • Berlioz - LP

      Hector Berlioz (11 December 1803 - 8 March 1869) was a French composer.

      He is a key figure in the French romance and one of the pioneers in program music. His most famous work is Symphonie Fantastique. His colorful and sonorous works shook the contemporary music scene, even though he was the basis for the modern orchestral technique.

      He also wrote three operas: Benvenuto Cellini, Trojans and Beatrice and Benedict as well as four symphonies: Symphonie Fantastique Op 14 of 1831, Harold in Italy, Romeo and Juliet and Symphonie Funebre a triomphale. In addition, six overtures: Eg Roman carnival opus 9 of 1844, King Lear, The Corsair. Chorus: Te Deum, Requiem Op 5 from 1837, L'Enfance du Christ and Damnation of Faust Rakoczy march from 1846), Nuits d'été, "Summer nights" opus 7 to 1841.

      His music was not mirrored in France during his lifetime, and he had a living as a music critic, as well as an employee of the library at the Conservatory of Paris.

      He was also a great conductor and visited all the important musical centers in 1800s Europe to direct their own works.

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    • Berry, Walter, LP

      Walter Berry was a German bass baritone who had a large number of major leading roles in the most famous operas and operettas in the 1960s and 1970s.

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    • Bernstein, Leonard. LP

      Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) Was an American composer, pianist and conductor. As a composer, he moved the lighter genre, with successes like West Side Story, Candide, On the Waterfront, et al.

      But it was especially as a conductor Bernstein broke through, his considered one the greatest American conductors of all times, on an equal line with Fritz Reiner, George Szell, Eugene Ormandy.

      Bernstein has received numerous international music Awards.

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    • Bizet, LP

      Georges Bizet (25 October 1838 - June 3, 1875) was a French composer born in Paris. He is the author of two of the most popular French operas, Carmen from 1875, and the Pearl Fishers from 1866, and Symphony in C. from 1855.

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    • Björling, Jussi. LP

      Jussi Björling (1911-1960) Was a Swedish tenor, also called the Swedish Caruso. He is considered by all as one of the greatest tenors of all time.

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    • Blomstedt, Herbert....

      Herbert Blomstedt born in 1927 is still a very active conductor here in 2019. Blomstedt has made a large number of award-winning recordings, among others he recorded together with the Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra all Carl Nielsen six symphonies.

    • Borodin. LP

      Alexander Borodin was a Russian composer (1833-1887). Borodin wrote three symphonies, opera Price Igor, but is now best known for his Mongolian dance, also called Polovtsians dances.

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    • Boskovsky, Willi. LP

      Willi Boskovsky was an Austrian violinist and conductor (1909-1991) primarily made in the lighter genre, such as Johann Strauss and operettas. It absolutely does not mean disparaging when he was one of the best in this genre.

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    • Bonynge, Richard. LP

      Richard Alan Bonynge (born September 29, 1930 in Sydney) is an Australian conductor.

      Bonynge accompanied his cousin, who was a color soprano, studied piano play and appeared in public. At a concert in the late 1940s, he met his later wife, Joan Sutherland. Bonynge left Australia in 1950 to continue his studies at the Royal College of Music in London. He became interested in working with Joan Sutherland, who arrived the following year. They were married in 1954.

      After Sutherland's international breakthrough in 1959, in the mid-1960s, they decided to work together as a singer and conductor; first at concert performances since opera performances and recordings. Bonynges debut as a conductor took place in May 1962, when at a concert with Sutherland he had to replace the conductor who had fallen ill. Joan Sutherland was already a big star, while Bonynge was an unknown and inexperienced conductor. He was therefore greeted with much criticism and condescension. Through his work, he convinced the audience and professionals about his talent.

      From 1960 to today, Richard Bonynge has developed into one of the world's most prestigious and significant conductors and expert in belcanto and the French opera repertoire. He paved the way for forgotten works by Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Massenet and others. Together with his wife he played such rare works as Esclarmonde (Massenet), Le Roi de Lahore (Massenet), Semiramide (Meyerbeer). His discography contains more than 50 opera recordings, ballet music and solo recordings with singers

    • Boulez, Pierre, LP

      Pierre Boulez is a French conductor born in 1925. He is probably best known for his Nibelungsring, and for his enthusiasm for the dissemination of French and modern music.

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    • Boult, Sir Adrian. LP

      Sir Adrian Boult. CD. (1889 - 1983) Was an English conductor and considered among the leading British conductors on a par with Beecham, Barbirolli, Sargent.

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    • Brahms. LP

      Johannes Brahms (May 7, 1833 in Hamburg - April 3, 1897 in Vienna) was a German composer, pianist and conductor. He composed in all future genres except opera. The main works are the four symphonies.

      The symphonic works Brahms was slow to start writing symphonic works. Orchestras ring caused him trouble, but he got in this area good help of the violinist Joseph Joachim and conductor Hans von Bülow, both of which remained his close friends for life. The first piano concerto of 1859 was not well received, and the following year it was only for two orchestral serenades. In 1874 came Haydn variations in both an orchestra and a piano version. Brahms began his first symphony almost simultaneously with serena circumstances, but it was 16 years in the making and was first premiered in 1876. Then came in quick succession 2 Symphony (1877), Violin Concerto (1879), Academic Festival Overture and the Tragic Overture (1880), 2nd Piano Concerto (1882), 3 Symphony (1883), 4 Symphony (1886) and finally Double Concerto for violin and cello (1888). This should also include major works for chorus and orchestra mentioned. In addition Ein deutsches Requiem (1868), these include about Rinaldo, cantata for tenor, chorus and orchestra (1869), Rhapsody of altsolo, choir and orchestra (1870), Schicksalslied and Triumphlied (1871-72).

      Piano and Chamber Music Throughout his creative period wrote Brahms piano music and chamber music for many different herds. A distinctive feature of Brahms's works with extended crew compared to the classical chamber music genres, including piano works for four hands or two pianos, works for piano and string quartet, a piano quintet and a final clean strygerkvintetter and sextets. Another distinctive feature is the large variation works for piano, including Schumann variations for four hands (1861), Handel variations (1862) and Paganini variations (1866).

      Vocal music Among Brahms' many works for one or more voices with piano or choir with or without piano accompaniment will just point Liebeslieder-Walzer (1869). Neue Liebe Lieder (1875), Zigeuner-Lieder (1888), Fest-und Gedenksprüche (1890) and finally his penultimate published work, Vier Ernste Gesange from 1896.

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    • Brendel, Alfred. LP

      Alfred Brendel, born 1931. Is an Austrian pianist who has won numerous international awards. One may roughly divide his record production in two periods. Vox and Philips. Whole Brendel production at Vox - Turnabout are between 1952 and about 1975 when he switched to the record label Philips. The late period must definitely be said to be the most exciting.

      Of note are his interpretations of Beethoven, Liszt, Mozart and Schubert.

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    • Britten. LP

      Edward Benjamin Britten, Baron Britten (22 November 1913 - 4 December 1976) was an English composer and pianist.

      He was a child prodigy who wrote his first pieces when he was four years old, and when he was twelve, he had already written several major works. He was one of the most significant composers of the 20th century. He was versatile and often had a pedagogical purposeful production. In his work as a pianist and conductor, and his leadership of the annual music festivals in Aldeburgh, he was a major influence on English music scene.

      The time during the 2nd World War I spent Britten in the U.S. and Canada together with his friend Peter Pears, who was to become a lifelong companion. Britten's pacifism expressed in works such as 'War Requiem' from 1945.

      During the 40s began Britten writing operas. Due to small budgets, it was often the smaller chamber operas. Here came his abilities for instrumentation of small farms into its own. Some of these operas such as 'Albert Herring' and 'Tje Turn of the Screw' is played often.

      The breakthrough came in 1946 with the great opera 'Peter Grimes', which signaled a renaissance for the English opera. Since then works such as 'Midsummer Nights Dream' and 'Death in Venice' secured him lasting success on the opera stage.

      In 1948 he founded together with Pears, Aldenburgh festival where many of his works premiered. His highly valued work 'Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra' widespread familiarity with classical music.

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    • Bruch, Max. LP

      Max Bruch (6 January 1838 - 20 October 1920) was a German composer and conductor, only 14 years old composed his first symphony. Bruch's best-known and most frequently performed works is his violin concerto and Kol Nidrei. Today he is remembered, however, especially for a series of works for solo string instruments and orchestra.

      His works are characterized by a great beauty of sound, elegant orchestral treatment, and not infrequently the virtuoso demands on the soloist. At the same time, his melodic style, often inspired by folk music, which makes it singable, catchy and distinctive. In his lifetime, he was highly prized throughout Europe.

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    • Bruckner. LP

      Anton Bruckner (4 September 1824 - 11 October 1896) was an Austrian composer. Bruckner concludes with its nine long and large-scale symphonies in a musical tradition that began with Beethoven and Schubert's last symphony and Bruckner leads to Gustav Mahler.

      Bruckner also wrote a masterful string quintet and a number of religious choral works, such as. "Te Deum" and the equally late, and very dramatic cantata "Helgoland".

      Bruckner, who was deeply religious, met in 1861, the musical innovator and founder of the nytyske school, it also religious Liszt, as Bruckner accused of "Your Grace". Liszt and Wagner was advanced with their harmonics of fundamental importance for the development Bruckner. Another similarity was that Bruckner like the first Liszt and Wagner then spent a lot of brass instruments in his music.

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    • de Burgos, Rafael...

      Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos (1933-2014) From 2001 to 2007, Frühbeck was the chief conductor of the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI. He became Chief Conductor of Dresdner Philharmonie in 2004. In January 2011, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra announced the appointment of Frühbeck as creative leader of its Masterworks Series of concerts, starting with the 2011-2012 season. In February 2011, the DR Symphony Orchestra announced the appointment of Frühbeck as their next chief conductor from the 2012-2013 season with a contract of 3 years.

      In March 2014, Frübeck de Burgos almost collapsed during a concert in Washington, and he therefore, on the advice of his doctor, chose to announce the end of his career on June 4, 2014. For a week after, Frübeck de Burgos died.

    • Böhm, Karl. LP

      Karl Böhm (1894-1981) was an Austrian conductor who particularly has become known as an outstanding interpreter of the works of Mozart, Wagner and Richard Strauss.

      He was employed as an opera conductor at the Hamburg Opera in 1931-34 and experienced in the years 1934-42 a gloss period as head of the opera in Dresden, where he premiered several works by his friend Richard Strauss, including opera Daphne (1938). Memorable are his performances of Wagner's opera Tristan and Isolde at the Festival in Bayreuth in 1962-70. He recorded all of his favorite works on the gramophone, including three versions of Mozart's Cosi fan tutte and die Zauberflute and on its Executive he abstained from all romantic emotionalism and cultivated a clear, direct and energetic style. His distinctive sound processing and dynamic consciousness made him one of the 20th century's greatest conductors.

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