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2009 Marks The 111th Anniversary Of Deutsche Grammophon. Over 11 Decades, The Label's Philosophy Has Always Been 'The Greatest Recordings By The Greatest Artists In The World' And Now They Showcase This With This Incredible 55 Cd Box Set. This Unique Collection Forms Dg's Major Release In Its 111th Anniversary Celebrations. The Limited Edition Box Set Gathers Together Many Landmark Recordings, From The Past To The Present. Most Of Them Appear Complete, As Originally Programmed, In Their Original Cover Art And Several Include Additional Material. It Is A True Library Of Music, Artists And Recordings Extending From Abbado To Zimerman, Monteverdi To P„rt, Furtw„ngler To Dudamel-- There's Never Been Anything Quite Like It Before. The Opulent Deluxe Box With Hinged Lid Opens Up To Reveal The Neatly Stacked Contents Of 51 'Original Jacket' Albums And 150-Page Booklet.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Deutsche Grammophon, Baroque to Broadway Nov. 19 2010
By Roochak
Format:Audio CD
This is a pretty good anthology covering just under sixty years of activity at Deutsche Grammophon. 111 years? Well, the earliest recording in this collection is Furtwaengler's 1951 Haydn G major symphony, but we get the picture. This well-designed box is a grab bag of classical bestsellers, most of them critically praised, with a generous sampling of the superstar performers du jour (Lang, Hahn, Dudamel, etc.). Unless you're a classical music novice, you'll already have several of the albums in this box. You'll also be getting a lot of music you haven't heard yet, and at a great price.

It's inevitable that a lot would be missing from DG's 55-disc survey, and in this case there's no music at all by Bruckner, Sibelius, Grieg, Prokofiev, Rossini, or Shostakovich, and Wagner is represented only by two arias from "Tannhauser." Chamber music is barely touched upon and contemporary music, apart from a couple of piano pieces by Corigliano and Part, is ignored. What's included is the complete Monteverdi Vespers (Gardiner), the complete Chopin Nocturnes (Pires), Bach's complete cello suites (Fournier) and the B minor Mass (Karl Richter), and a fascinating package tour of everything from Scarlatti keyboard sonatas and symphonic Rameau arrangements to "West Side Story" and a string quartet version of "The Art of Fugue." Not bad for a basic music library in a box. Not bad at all.

An illustrated 140-page booklet contains a brief history of Deutsche Grammophon in English, German, and French as well as personnel and track listings for each CD, but no liner notes on the music and no song texts. I prefer to see this as a compliment to the listener.

Here's a list of the contents:

1. Brahms: 21 Hungarian Dances (Claudio Abbado/Vienna Philharmonic, 1982)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good things come to those who wait Oct. 15 2010
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From the original DG site: this set gets a second pressing (Oct 2010). I missed the first release, but I am glad I waited instead of paying double or triple the original price for the same set. If you are a collector of first releases, then maybe it's still well worth the extras.

Back to the set. All the 55 discs were stored in their individual sleeve cover and housed in this red box. There was a small booklet on the history of DG. But there were no sleeve notes of each title. The CDs were numbered so you can tell they were specially made for this set.

I may not like all of the records. But if you are into classical music and do not have too many of the titles included in this set I think it's still the best value for your money.

Get it when amazon restock it. Do not buy from the 3rd party, with the price they are asking I can get the second set from amazon as well.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tight red box of 51 artists Oct. 20 2009
By Malverns - Published on Amazon.com
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It is inevitable that keen collectors of DGG cds will face some duplication with this set, but I was positively surprised there is indeed a lot of records I have not listened or bought before (albeit they are so easily available). Such positive personal finds are Carmignola Vivaldi, Giulini/Doningo Opera gala, Gardiner/Monteverdi, Otter/Lamenti, Pires/Chopin, Pogorelich/Scarlatti to name a few. Only complete works are selected - not highlights or single moments (except aria recitals). Most cds are by contents the same as published in various series, typically "Originals" during the last years. As an example, in Pinnock's Vivaldi recording, some later bonus concertos are added to original cd which had only " 4 seasons"- the contents here is identical to "Originals" reissue, but cover is from the first cd version. All recordings I have listened seem to be very good, some exceptional like Gardiner's Monteverdi (earliest composer of the set with Praetorius) Vespers which is so rich in dynamic contrasts it can be almost problematic for some listeners! Yet, I liked the energy of Gardiner's interpretation very much and I am very happy to have also this set of Vespers. Well-filled (mostly) 55 cds is a huge amount of music and I have not have enough time to check everything, but just like to give my first impressions. I think masterings used are same as in the earlier editions of each cd before this set.

The red/yellow packet is very compact, cds in cardboards placed like archive cards towards opener - very nicely organized in alphabetical order by performer (Abbabo-Zimerman) - so the set is a sort of tribute to 51 selected artists of the label (Fournier, Gardiner, Pires and K.Richter are double cds) rather than to composers. The thick soft leaflet in the box summarize nicely works and a shortish essay "Chronology" (in English, German and French) telling highlights of all DGG decades, with some nice photos: factories, designing DGG logo, artists etc. Finishing quality is very impressive for the price, but there is no room for music text and translations.

One cannot have everything in 55 cds, but I think there might have been more space for modern music in the set. Now everything seem to end with Stravinsky Rite - with some exception of Pärt and Corigliano pieces in Grimaud cd! I think Sinopoli (also missing artist) recording of Manzoni or Frank Martin/Fischer recording would have added up something to the set and this lastly mentioned cd is also hard to find. Positive thing is quite many recent recordings are included, from artists Dudamel, Kozena, Lang Lang,Netrebko, Quasthoff and Villazon to name a few.

There are many great, old and dear classics: Furtwängler/Schumann 4th symphony, Fournier's Bach, Chopin by Argerich and Pollini, Horowitz in Moscow, Kleiber's Beethoven, Kempff, Oistrach, Rostropovich, Richter... and a marvelous Walcha all Bach organ recital - a personal favorite. There are only a few mono recordings from 1950's, one example Verdi's Requiem by Fricsay (1953) or Haydn 88 by Furtwängler (1951) which is the earliest recording in the set.

I recommend the set warmly - for starters and collectors as well. It is huge box of great music and at least fine interpretations - from the great traditional label. I guess the separate 111 Book will give more detailed view to interesting and quite complex history of DGG, but this leaflet is a good start.

It is sometimes very annoying to list the contents of cds in review, but here it is in edited form to save space and give you at least clue to get more details elsewhere (Years usually refer to recording year).

1.CD Claudio Abbado: Brahms, Ungarische Tänze Nr. 1-21 (Wien PO/1982)
2.CD Amadeus Quartett: Beethoven, Streichquartette Nr. 7 & 15 (1959 / 1962)
3.CD Martha Argerich: Chopin, Preludes Nr. 1-26; Klaviersonate Nr. 3 op. 35 (1976)
4.CD Daniel Barenboim: Ravel, La Valse; Daphnis et Chloe-Suite Nr. 2; Pavane (Orchestre de Paris / 1981)
5.CD Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli: Debussy, Preludes Heft 1; Images I & II (1977)
6.CD Leonard Bernstein: Berstein, West Side Story / 1984)
7.CD Karl Böhm: Mozart, Requiem KV 626 (Mathis, Hamari, Ochmann, Wien PO/1971)
8.CD Pierre Boulez: Strawinsky, Le Sacre du Printemps; Der Feuervogel (Cleveland O, Chicago SO/1991)
9.CD G.Carmignola: Vivaldi, Violinkonzerte RV 190, 217, 303, 325, 331 (Venice Baroque O, A Marcon / 2005)
10.CD Placido Domingo / Carlo Maria Giulini: Opera Gala (Los Angeles PO, Giulini / 1981)
11.CD Gustavo Dudamel: Mahler, Symphonie Nr. 5 (Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela / 2006)
12.CD Emerson Quartet: Bach, Die Kunst der Fuge BWV 1080 für Streichquartett (2002)
13.CD Dietrich Fischer Dieskau: Schubert, Winterreise D. 911 (Gerald Moore, Klavier / 1971)
14.& 15.CD Pierre Fournier: Bach, Cellosuiten BWV 1007-1012 (1960)
16.CD Ferenc Fricsay: Verdi, Requiem (Stader, Radev, Krebs, Borg, RIAS SO/1953)
17.CD Wilhelm Furtwängler: Schumann, Symph. Nr. 4 / Haydn, Symphonie Nr. 88 (Berlin PO/1953 / 1951)
18.& 19.CD John Eliot Gardiner: Monteverdi, Vespro della beata vergine; Magnificat a sei voci (Monoyios, Pennicchi, Chance, Tucker, Robson, Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists / 1989)
20.CD Emil Gilels: Beethoven, Klaviersonaten Nr. 21, 23, 26 (1971-1974)
21.CD Reinhard Goebel: Bach, Orchestersuiten Nr. 2 & 5 / Pachelbel, Canon & Gigue in D/Händel, Sonate für 2 Violinen HWV 399 / Vivaldi, Sonate für 2 Violinen RV 63 (Musica Antiqua Köln / 1982)
22.CD Hélene Grimaud: Credo: Pärt, Credo for Piano, Choir & Orchestra / Beethoven, Piano Sonata Nr. 17 "Tempest"; Chorfantasie op. 80 / Corigliano, Fantasie (Swedish Radio Choir, Swe. RSO, E-P Salonen / 2002)
23.CD Hilary Hahn: Bach, Violinkonzerte BWV 1041-1043, 160 ((BWV 1043 für 2 Violinen; BWV 1060 für Violine & Oboe) (Hilary Hahn, Margaret Batjer, Allan Vogel, LA Chamber Orchestra, Jeffrey Kahane / 2003)
24.CD V. Horowitz: In Moscow: Scarlatti, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Chopin, Schumann,etc (1985)
25.CD Eugen Jochum: Orff, Carmina Burana (Janowitz, Stolze, Fischer-Dieskau, O der D. Oper Berlin / 1968)
26.CD Herbert von Karajan: Beethoven, Symphonie Nr. 9; Coriolan-Ouvertüre op. 62 Berlin PO/1962)
27.CD Wilhelm Kempff: Beethoven, Klavierkonzerte Nr. 4 & 5 (Berlin PO, Leitner / 1962)
28.CD Carlos Kleiber: Beethoven, Symphonien Nr. 5 & 7 (Wien PO/1974 / 1975)
29.CD Magdalena Kozena: Handel Arien (Venice Baroque Orchestra, Andrea Marcon / 2006)
30.CD Rafael Kubelik: Dvorak, Symphonien Nr. 8 & 9 (Berlin PO/1967 / 1972)
31.CD Lang Lang: Tschaikowsky, Klavierkonzert Nr. 1 op. 23 / Mendelssohn, Klavierkonzert Nr. 1 op. 25 (Chicago SO, Daniel Barenboim / 2003)
32.CD Lorin Maazel: Mendelssohn, Symphonien Nr. 4 & 5 (Berlin PO/1961)
33.CD Mischa Maisky: Werke von Saint-Saens, Faure, Respighi, Dvorak, Glasunow, Tschaikowsky, Bruch, Strauss, Haydn (Orchestre de Paris, Bychkov / 1991)
34.CD Igor Markevitch: Cherubini, Anacreon-Ouvertüre / Auber, La Muette de Portici-Ouvertüre (Lamoureux Orchestra / 1958)
35.CD Paul McCreesh: Praetorius, Christmette (Lutherian Christmas Morning Mass ) (Gabrieli Consort & Players / 1993)
36.CD Marc Minkowski: Rameau, Une Symphonie imaginaire ((Suite of 20 Orchestral pieces from 11 Rameau-Operas,selected by Marc Minkowski) (Les Musiciens du Louvre / 2004)
37.CD Anne Sophie Mutter: Brahms, Konzert für Violine, Cello & Orchester op. 102; Violinkonzert op. 77 (Mutter, Meneses, Berlin PO, Karajan / 1983 / 1981)
38.CD Anna Netrebko: Opera Arias - Szenen & Arien von Mozart, Berlioz, Bellini, Donizetti, Puccini, Massenet, Gounod, Dvorak (Wien PO, GIanandrea Noseda / 2001)
39.CD David Oistrach: Tschaikowsky, Violinkonzert op. 35 / Wieniawski, 3 Etudes-Caprices / Sarasate, Navarra op. 33 (Staatskapelle Dresden, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Konwitschny / 1961)
40.CD Anne Sofie von Otter: Lamenti (Musica Antiqua Köln, Reinhard Goebel (1997)
41.CD Trevor Pinnock: Vivaldi, Concerti op. 8 Nr. 1-4, RV 548; Konzert für 2 Violinen RV 516 (Standage, Willcock, The English Consort / 1981)
42.& 43.CD Maria Joao Pires: Chopin, Nocturnes Nr. 1-21 (1995)
44.CD I. Pogorelich: Scarlatti, Klaviersonaten K. 1,8, 9,11,13,20,87,98,119,135,159,380,450,487,529 (1991)
45.CD Maurizio Pollini: Chopin, Etüden Nr. 1-24 (1971)
46.CD Thomas Quasthoff: Die Stimme - Arien & Duette von Lortzing, Wagner, Weber, Strauss (Quasthoff, Oelze, Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Thielemann / 2001)
47.& 48.CD Karl Richter: Bach, Messe h-moll BWV 232 / 1961)
49.CD Svjatoslav Richter: Rachmaninoff, Klavierkonzert Nr. 2, 6 Preludes (Warschau PO, Wislocki / 1959)
50.CD M.Rostropovich: Dvorak, Cellokonzert/ Tschaikowsky, Rokoko-Variationen (BPO, Karajan / 1968)
51.CD Bryn Terfel: The Vagabond - Vaughan Williams, Finzi, Butterworth, Ireland, (Malcolm Martineau, Klavier / 1994)
52.CD Rolando Villazon: Cielo e mar - Cilea, Donizetti, Gomes, Mercadante, Ponchielli, Verdi, Boito, Pietri (Giuseppe Verdi Chor & SO Mailand, Danielle Callegari / 2007)
53.CD Helmut Walcha: Bach, Toccata & Fuge d-moll BWV 565; Präludium & Fuge BWV 552; Triosonate BWV 525; Partita BWV 768; Choräle BWV 645-650 "Schübler-Choräle" (Orgel Laurenskerk Alkmaar / 1958-1963)
54.CD Fritz Wunderlich: Schumann, Dichterliebe, Beethoven, Schubert (Hubert Giesen, Klavier /1965)
55.CD Krystian Zimerman: Liszt, Klavierkonzerte Nr. 1 & 2; Totentanz für Klavier & Orchester (Boston SO, Ozawa / 1987)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Deutsche Grammophon, Baroque to Broadway Nov. 2 2009
By Roochak - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is a pretty good anthology covering just under sixty years of activity at Deutsche Grammophon. 111 years? Well, the earliest recording in this collection is Furtwaengler's 1951 Haydn G major symphony, but we get the picture. This well-designed box is a grab bag of classical bestsellers, most of them critically praised, with a generous sampling of the superstar performers du jour (Lang, Hahn, Dudamel, etc.). Unless you're a classical music novice, you'll already have several of the albums in this box. You'll also be getting a lot of music you haven't heard yet, and at a great price.

It's inevitable that a lot would be missing from DG's 55-disc survey, and in this case there's no music at all by Bruckner, Sibelius, Grieg, Prokofiev, Rossini, or Shostakovich, and Wagner is represented only by two arias from "Tannhauser." Chamber music is barely touched upon, and contemporary music, apart from a couple of piano pieces by Corigliano and Part, is ignored. What's included is the complete Monteverdi Vespers (Gardiner), the complete Chopin Nocturnes (Pires), Bach's complete cello suites (Fournier) and the B minor Mass (Karl Richter), and a fascinating package tour of everything from Scarlatti keyboard sonatas and symphonic Rameau arrangements to "West Side Story" and a string quartet version of "The Art of Fugue." Not bad for a basic music library in a box. Not bad at all.

An illustrated 140-page booklet contains a brief history of Deutsche Grammophon in English, German, and French as well as personnel and track listings for each CD, but no liner notes on the music and no song texts. I prefer to see this as a compliment to the listener.

EDIT:
I thought it would be interesting to see which classical music genres were apparently the most popular among listeners -- or at least the most heavily represented in DG's "111" box. Of the 55 discs, there are:
9 discs of solo piano
8 discs of music for chorus & orchestra (excluding the Beethoven 9th)
7 discs of symphonies
6 male vocal recitals
5 discs of violin concertos
5 discs of non-symphonic orchestral music
4 discs of piano concertos
3 female vocal recitals
2 discs of string quartets
2 discs of music for cello & orchestra
2 discs of unaccompanied cello
1 organ recital
1 Broadway musical
68 of 83 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A half-baked, self-important milestone Dec 28 2009
By Ralph Lara - Published on Amazon.com
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My analysis of this set differs sharply from that of the uncritical chorus of praise that you'll find all over this page. In my opinion, this is a half-baked collection indeed, a non-cohesive, huge Whitmans' Sampler primarily promoting the label's product rather than honoring the artists in its long history (or composers for that matter - where are the pioneering recordings of Bruckner or indeed any Bruckner at all? Sibelius? Hindemith conducted by Hindemith? - and almost no Wagner whatsoever!). I don't know who selected the material or why exactly 55 CDs, but I do know that this compilation could and should have been much, much better. First of all, I must say that I find the 111 years theme rather contrived - but let it pass. What really bothers me is that the whole thing has the feel of a rush job put together by someone not up to the task, a person or committee from the marketing rather than the artistic section of the company. This could have been a great opportunity to celebrate the many musicians who have made Deutsche Grammophon one of the world's greatest labels for more than a century. Yet I am disappointed to find that so many great and significant artists are missing from the festivities. I have looked closely but I find no trace of Gil Shaham, Pinchas Zukerman, Geza Anda, Nathan Milstein, Neeme Jarvi, Tamas Vasary, Andres Segovia, Salvatore Accardo, Nicanor Zabaleta, Narciso Yepes, Agnes Baltsa, Grace Bumbry, Mirella Freni, Jessye Norman, and many other great and well-known artists who have so substantially contributed to the label. Herbert von Karajan is represented by yet another re-release of his 1962 recording of the Beethoven Ninth Symphony. A great recording indeed but so readily and constantly available as to prove a most unimaginative choice for this collection. A far better choice would have been the hard-to-find recording of Prokofiev's Fifth Symphony, easily the best recording the piece has ever had and one of DG's most stunning sonic productions ever. Or how about Karajan' last recording of Richard Strauss's Metamorphosen? He conducted the world premiere recording of the work and this last offering is absolutely incredible in its intensity and power. Nothing shows better the amazing beauty and sheen of the Berlin Philharmonic in its peak years. And speaking of great conductors, where the hell are Giuseppe Sinopoli, Andre Previn and James Levine?

I guess that the appearance of Leonard Bernstein's horrible, bombastic West Side Story mess was inevitable. I also understand that several of the celebrities du jour had to be included, such as Anna Netrebko, Gustavo Dudamel and Lang Lang. Fine, yet most of the artists that made the label famous during the crucial, developing years of the long-playing record are missing. No Rita Streich, Irmgard Seefried, Christa Ludwig, Thomas Stewart, Evelyn Lear, Hermann Prey, Hilde Gueden, Peter Schreier, Ralph Kirkpatrick, Hans Rosbaud, Wolgang Schneiderhan or Teresa Berganza, among other casualties. This shows not only carelessness but ingratitude and disrespect.

It would have been nice to have Carlo Maria Giluini's recording of Mahler's Ninth Symphony and the Boston Chamber Players's lovely album of Johann Strauss waltzes arranged by Schoenberg and Berg. That would have showed some imagination. Some of Eugen Jochum's Bruckner choral works would have been appreciated as well. Or Gundula Janowitz singing Wagner, Mozart, Schubert or Richard Strauss. At least they could have included Geza Anda's album of Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21, one of the label's all-time best sellers!!!

The small booklet contains a rather shallow and insufficent overview of the company's history. Not bad but not great. I guess they want you to buy the big hard-bound (and very expensive) book.

I have complained enough, I guess. Don't get me wrong, I bought the box and I think it's all right for the purposes of a superficial anthology. And it includes several albums that I had missed through the years, at least on CD, such as Barenboim's superb Ravel. I just wish that a lot more intelligence and imagination and a lot less inflated self-congratulation had gone into creating this. The yellow label and its family of immortal artists deserve much better.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Master piece! Sept. 26 2011
By Jiang Xiao Peng - Published on Amazon.com
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There is no need for me to repeat the greatness of this box set presenting DG's master pieces over decades. Only complain from my side is the inconvenience of reading the album titles. This package is very much performer oriented, so that a bit difficult for audiophile to locate the composer he/she would like to listen. What I did is totally based on Malverns's great efforts--I re-arranged a little bit of the disc list he did, now share with you an alphabetical order list by composer, which quite fit into my preference in audition. For guys who has similar "habit" with me:

CD 33; Adagio; Saint-Saens, Faure, Respighi, Dvorak, Glasunow, Tschaikowsky, Bruch, Strauss, Haydn (Orchestre de Paris, Bychkov / 1991) ; Mischa Maisky
CD 12; Bach; Die Kunst der Fuge BWV 1080 für Streichquartett (2002) ; Emerson Quartet
C D 14.& 15; Bach; Cellosuiten BWV 1007-1012 (1960); Pierre Fournier
CD 21; Bach; Orchestersuiten Nr. 2 & 5, Pachelbel, Canon & Gigue in D/Händel, Sonate für 2 Violinen HWV 399 / Vivaldi, Sonate für 2 Violinen RV 63 (Musica Antiqua Köln / 1982); Reinhard Goebel
CD 23; Bach; Violinkonzerte BWV 1041-1043, 160 BWV 1043 für 2 Violinen, BWV 1060 für Violine & Oboe Hilary Hahn, Margaret Batjer, Allan Vogel, LA Chamber Orchestra, Jeffrey Kahane / 2003); Hilary Hahn
CD 47.& 48; Bach; Messe h-moll BWV 232 / 1961); Karl Richter
CD 53; Bach; Toccata & Fuge d-moll BWV 565, Präludium & Fuge BWV 552, Triosonate BWV 525, Partita BWV 768, Choräle BWV 645-650 "Schübler-Choräle" (Orgel Laurenskerk Alkmaar / 1958-1963); Helmut Walcha
CD 2; Beethoven; Streichquartette Nr. 7 & 15 (1959 / 1962); Amadeus Quartett
CD 20; Beethoven; Klaviersonaten Nr. 21, 23, 26 (1971-1974) ; Emil Gilels
CD 26; Beethoven; Symphonie Nr. 9, Coriolan-Ouvertüre op. 62 Berlin PO/1962); Herbert von Karajan
CD 27; Beethoven; Klavierkonzerte Nr. 4 & 5 (Berlin PO, Leitner / 1962); Wilhelm Kempff
CD 28; Beethoven; Symphonien Nr. 5 & 7 (Wien PO/1974 / 1975); Carlos Kleiber
CD 6; Berstein; West Side Story / 1984 ; Leonard Bernstein
CD 1; Brahms; Ungarische Tänze Nr. 1-21 (Wien PO/1982) ; Claudio Abbado
CD 37; Brahms; Konzert für Violine, Cello & Orchester op. 102, Violinkonzert op. 77 (Mutter, Meneses, Berlin PO, Karajan / 1983 / 1981); Anne Sophie Mutter
CD 34; Cherubini ; Anacreon-Ouvertüre / Auber, La Muette de Portici-Ouvertüre (Lamoureux Orchestra / 1958); Igor Markevitch
CD 3; Chopin; Preludes Nr. 1-26, Klaviersonate Nr. 3 op. 35 (1976); Martha Argerich
CD 42.& 43; Chopin; Nocturnes Nr. 1-21 (1995); Maria Joao Pires
CD 45; Chopin; Etüden Nr. 1-24 (1971); Maurizio Pollini
CD 52; Cielo e mar; Cilea, Donizetti, Gomes, Mercadante, Ponchielli, Verdi, Boito, Pietri (Giuseppe Verdi Chor & SO Mailand, Danielle Callegari / 2007); Rolando Villazon
CD 22; Credo; Arvo Pärt, Credo/ Beethoven, Piano Sonata Nr. 17 "Tempest", Chorfantasie op. 80/ Corigliano, Fantasie (Swedish Radio Choir, Swe. RSO, E-P Salonen / 2002); Hélene Grimaud
CD 5; Debussy; Preludes Heft 1, Images I & II (1977) ; Benedetti Michelangeli
CD 30; Dvorak; Symphonien Nr. 8 & 9 (Berlin PO/1967 / 1972); Rafael Kubelik
CD 50; Dvorak; Cellokonzert/ Tschaikowsky, Rokoko-Variationen (BPO, Karajan / 1968); M.Rostropovich
CD 46; German Opera Arias; Lortzing, Wagner, Weber, Strauss (Quasthoff, Oelze, Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Thielemann / 2001); Thomas Quasthoff
CD 29; Handel; Arien (Venice Baroque Orchestra, Andrea Marcon / 2006); Magdalena Kozena
CD 24; Horowitz In Moscow; Scarlatti, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Chopin, Schumann,etc (1985); V. Horowitz
CD 40; Lamenti; Musica Antiqua Köln, Reinhard Goebel (1997); Anne Sofie von Otter
CD 55; Liszt; Klavierkonzerte Nr. 1 & 2, Totentanz für Klavier & Orchester (Boston SO, Ozawa / 1987); Krystian Zimerman
CD 11; Mahler; Symphonie Nr. 5 (Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela / 2006); Gustavo Dudamel
CD 32; Mendelssohn; Symphonien Nr. 4 & 5 (Berlin PO/1961); Lorin Maazel
CD 18& 19; Monteverdi; Vespro della beata vergine, Magnificat a sei voci (Monoyios, Pennicchi, Chance, Tucker, Robson, Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists / 1989) ; John Eliot Gardiner
CD 7; Mozart; Requiem KV 626 (Mathis, Hamari, Ochmann, Wien PO/1971) ; Karl Böhm
CD 38; Opera Arias; Mozart, Berlioz, Bellini, Donizetti, Puccini, Massenet, Gounod, Dvorak (Wien PO, GIanandrea Noseda / 2001); Anna Netrebko
CD 10; Opera Gala; (Los Angeles PO, Giulini / 1981) ; Domingo/Giulini
CD 25; Orff; Carmina Burana (Janowitz, Stolze, Fischer-Dieskau, O der D. Oper Berlin / 1968); Eugen Jochum
CD 35; Praetorius, Christmette; (Lutherian Christmas Morning Mass Gabrieli Consort & Players / 1993); Paul McCreesh
CD 49; Rachmaninoff; Klavierkonzert Nr. 2, 6 Preludes (Warschau PO, Wislocki / 1959); Svjatoslav Richter
CD 36; Rameau; Une Symphonie imaginaire Suite of 20 Orchestral pieces from 11 Rameau-Operas selected by Marc Minkowski Les Musiciens du Louvre / 2004); Marc Minkowski
CD 4; Ravel, La Valse; Daphnis et Chloe-Suite Nr. 2, Pavane (Orchestre de Paris / 1981); Daniel Barenboim
CD 44; Scarlatti; Klaviersonaten K. 1, 8, 9, 11, 13, 20, 87, 98, 119, 135, 159, 380, 450, 487, 529 (1991); I. Pogorelich
CD 13; Schubert; Winterreise D. 911 (Gerald Moore, Klavier / 1971); Dietrich Fischer Dieskau
CD 17; Schumann; Symph. Nr. 4, Haydn, Symphonie Nr. 88 (Berlin PO/1953 / 1951) ; Wilhelm Furtwängler
CD 54; Schumann, Dichterliebe, Beethoven, Schubert; Hubert Giesen, Klavier /1965); Fritz Wunderlich
CD 8; Strawinsky; Le Sacre du Printemps, Der Feuervogel (Cleveland O, Chicago SO/1991) ; Pierre Boulez
CD 51; The Vagabond; Vaughan Williams, Finzi, Butterworth, Ireland, (Malcolm Martineau, Klavier / 1994); Bryn Terfel
CD 31; Tschaikowsky; Klavierkonzert Nr. 1 op. 23, Mendelssohn, Klavierkonzert Nr. 1 op. 25 (Chicago SO, Daniel Barenboim / 2003); Lang Lang
CD 39; Tschaikowsky; Violinkonzert op. 35 / Wieniawski, 3 Etudes-Caprices / Sarasate, Navarra op. 33 (Staatskapelle Dresden, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Konwitschny / 1961); David Oistrach
CD 16; Verdi; Requiem (Stader, Radev, Krebs, Borg, RIAS SO/1953) ; Ferenc Fricsay
CD 9; Vivaldi; Violinkonzerte RV 190, 217, 303, 325, 331 (Venice Baroque O, A Marcon / 2005); G.Carmignola
CD 41; Vivaldi; Concerti op. 8 Nr. 1-4, RV 548, Konzert für 2 Violinen RV 516 (Standage, Willcock, The English Consort / 1981); Trevor Pinnock
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5.0 out of 5 stars If you like classical music.... April 1 2011
By Nick Pusloskie - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Then get this set. It is absolutely an awesome cross section of selections and artists through the years. Deutsche Grammophon did an incredible job putting this together.
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