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No. 1 Intermezzo - Sibelius*, Maazel*, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* - Symphony № 1 / Karelia Suite (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Apr 15,  · Sir Malcolm Sargent's recording of the Karelia Suite by Jean Sibelius, released by HMV. Catalogue No. ASD This recording has been digitally restored from the original vinyl LP using a.
  2. This album contains Sibelius’s Symphony No. 1 and the “Karelia” suite, both which Maazel recorded in with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra when he was only 33 years old. This recording is widely regarded as a masterpiece, for it perfectly captures Maazel’s acute sensitivity and aggressive sense of musical interpretation.
  3. May 03,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Sibelius Symphony No.4 Vienna Philharmonic Lorin Maazel YouTube Tchaikovsky - Symphony No.6 Op "Pathetique" Karajan Vienna Philharmonic - Duration: kanoko.
  4. Sibelius*, Maazel*, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* ‎– Symphony № 1 / Karelia Suite Label: Decca ‎– SXL , Decca ‎– SXL/5(9).
  5. Maazel’s Karelia Suite was the filler for the First Symphony in his Vienna Philharmonic Sibelius cycle; it was omitted from the CD reissue (still available), which fitted all seven symphonies on three discs but sacrificed the fillers.
  6. Sibelius*, Maazel* / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* Sibelius*, Maazel* / Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* - Symphony No. 1 / Karelia Suite ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) Decca, Decca4/5(1).
  7. Whoever put together this Sibelius disc for the Decca Legends series really knew what they were doing, as these three performances are arguably the best of the lot from Lorin Maazel’s surprisingly durable Vienna cycle from the s.
  8. Another gray, snowy, overcast day in Northern Michigan means it's time to break out the Sibelius. Former prodigy (guest conducted the NBC Symphony Orchestra at age 11 on radio) and wunderkind conductor Lorin Maazel has had his share of detractors over the years, but here from '66 and '68 are fine examples of what people who extolled early praise upon him were talking /5(11).
  9. The first reocrding I ever heard of this symphony was of Ormandy and Philadelphia orchestra in the mid nineteen sixties followed by London Symphony and Pierre Monteux. I also admire performances by Lorin Maazel and Vienna Philharmonic and Paavo Berglund and Bournemouth Symphony but this performance by Vienna and Bernstein is my favourite one/5(16).

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