101 Years Deutsche Grammophon

111 Years Deutsche Grammophon - DVD 5 - Anne Sophie Mutter playing Mozart violin concertos 4 & 5 (2009)

Anne Sophie Mutter - Mozart Violin Conciertos 4 & 5 (2009)
1 DVD ISO | 720x480 | MPEG-2 DVD | LPCM, DTS 5.0 | Language: English| Subtitles: No | 55 MIN | 4,5 GB
Genre: Classical | Violin

This is the DVD 5/13 of the 111 Years of Deutsche Grammophon Box. It corresponds to num. 4 & 5 violin concertos by Mozart, fantastictly played (and conducted) by Anne Sophie Mutter.

111 Years Deutsche Grammophon - DVD 13 - Peter and the Wolf  Music

Posted by pelayogon at Feb. 24, 2010
111 Years Deutsche Grammophon - DVD 13 - Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf
1 DVD ISO | 720x480 | MPEG-2 DVD | LPCM, DTS 5.0 | Language: English,Italian | Subtitles: EN, IT | 55 MIN | 8 GB
Genre: Classical | Suite | S.XX


This is the DVD 13/13 of the 111 Years of Deutshce Grammophon box. It correspond to Peter and the Wolf by Prokifiev, with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe conducted by Abbado and being the story narrated by Sting. With animated motions for the kids (and no so kids!!)
Mozart - Piano Concertos K 503 & K 466 - Martha Argerich, Claudio Abbado, Orchestra Mozart (2014) {Deutsche Grammophon}

Mozart - Piano Concertos K 503 & K 466 - Martha Argerich, Claudio Abbado, Orchestra Mozart (2014) {Deutsche Grammophon}
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© 2014 Deutsche Grammophon | 00289 479 1033
Classical / Viennese School / Concerto / Piano

The first new release for ten years from Martha Argerich and Claudio Abbado is their first ever album of concertos by Mozart. The legendary pianist and conductor add the sublime music of Mozart to their unrivaled, multi award-winning DG discography of concertos by Tchaikovsky, Chopin, Ravel, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Liszt. Both concertos were recorded with Claudio Abbado s Orchestra Mozart, at concert performances at the 2013 Lucerne Festival that had critics searching for new superlatives. The album contrasts two very different works. Written in D minor, the key of the Queen Of the Night and the opening of Mozart s Requiem, the darkly dramatic No.20, K.466 has a stormy, operatic temperament that looks forward eighteen months to the premiere of Don Giovanni. With its majestic and radiant opening and a march famously reminiscent of the Marseillaise, No.25 in C major, K.503 is the culmination of the twelve transcendent concertos Mozart wrote in Vienna between 1784 and 1786. This release is Martha Argerich s first recording of solo concertos by Mozart on Deutsche Grammophon.
Esa-Pekka Salonen - Out of Nowhere - Leila Josefowicz (2012) {Deutsche Grammophon B0017521-02}

Esa-Pekka Salonen - Out of Nowhere - Leila Josefowicz (2012) {Deutsche Grammophon B0017521-02}
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© 2012 Deutsche Grammophon | B0017521-02
Classical / Modern Classical / Concerto / Violin

Renowned as one of the world's leading conductors, Esa-Pekka Salonen is also a gifted composer of highly expressive, colorful, and idiomatic music that has found a growing audience. His Violin Concerto (2009) won the 2012 Grawemeyer Prize and was composed for Leila Josefowicz, who performs as soloist with Salonen and the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra on this Deutsche Grammophon release. The dazzling virtuosity of the violin part translates into equally flashy writing for the orchestra, and it's apparent that Salonen wrote with a conductor's ear for all the instruments' capabilities, not primarily for the violin above an indifferent accompaniment.
Victor De Sabata - Recordings On Deutsche Grammophon And Decca (2017)

Victor De Sabata - Recordings On Deutsche Grammophon And Decca
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & front cover | 268:19 min | 713 MB
Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Tracks: 35 | Rls.date: 2017

50th Anniversary collection: Victor de Sabata’s Deutsche Grammophon and Decca recordings, made in London, Berlin and Rome between 1939 and 1946.
Mozart - The Complete Gulda Mozart Tapes - Friedrich Gulda (2009) {6CD Set Deutsche Grammophon 00289 477 8466}

Mozart - The Complete Gulda Mozart Tapes - Friedrich Gulda (2009) {6CD Set Deutsche Grammophon 00289 477 8466}
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© 2009 Deutsche Grammophon | 00289 477 8466
Classical / Piano

I heard many great performances of Mozart's Piano Sonatas including: Uchida, Arrau, Wurtz, Eschenbach, Horowitz, and Kempff to name few. But Gulda's tone and interpretation is exceptionally unique, he plays Mozart with full involvement, dedication, passion and inspiration I've never heard from any other player. Those tapes shed the light on a great artist at his most intimate moment of work, as those tapes were supposed to be personal and not intended for public, and hence the sound quality is not top notch but it's worth it considering the legendary performance.
Beethoven - Complete Works For Cello & Piano -  Pierre Fournier & Friedrich Gulda (1960) {2CD Deutsche Grammophon rel 2006}

Beethoven - Complete Works For Cello & Piano - Pierre Fournier & Friedrich Gulda (1960) {2CD Deutsche Grammophon rel 2006}
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© 1960, 2006 Deutsche Grammophon | 0289 477 6266
Classical / Cello / Piano

A must-have for collectors of sublime historical recordings, this re-release of Fournier and Gulda's 1960 recording is equally appropriate for listeners seeking their first recording of Beethoven's works for cello and piano. Fournier's commitment to the exploration of the Beethoven sonatas and variations is clear; he made three complete recordings of the works over the course of his career – the first with Artur Schnabel in 1947, this one with Friedrich Gulda in 1960, and finally with pianist Wilhelm Kempff in 1965.
Alfred Schnittke - Kremer Plays Schnittke - Concerto grosso No. 1, Quasi una sonata (1990) {Deutsche Grammophon 445 520-2}

Alfred Schnittke - Kremer Plays Schnittke - Concerto grosso No. 1, Quasi una sonata (1990) {Deutsche Grammophon 445 520-2}
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© 1990 Deutsche Grammophon | 445 520-2
Classical / Contemporary Classical / Concerto / Violin

No performer championed the work of the late Russian composer Alfred Schnittke more than violinist Gidon Kremer. Here Kremer and colleagues offer a diverse sampling of Schnittke's work that will interest both those familiar and unfamiliar with this fascinating and influential composer. In the opening Concerto Grosso No. 1 for instance three centuries of Classical and Popular musical styles collide to humorous and at times chilling effect. Schnittke's exhilarating early piece Quasi una sonata as well is equally experimental requiring the violin soloist Kremer to extract sounds from his instrument Stradivari never intended. Deutsche Grammophon's sound is remarkably good capturing all the fun beautifully.
Vladimir Horowitz - Complete Recordings on Deutsche Grammophon (2003) (6 CD Box Set)

Vladimir Horowitz - Complete Recordings on Deutsche Grammophon (2003) (6 CD Box Set)
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Genre: Classical, Baroque, Romantic / Label: Deutsche Grammophon

At the end of his life, Horowitz had chosen to record for Deutsche Grammophon. The Hamburg label reissues all of its recordings, 6 CDs, commemorating the centenary of the birth of the pianist.
Stravinsky - Petrouchka (original 1911 version) - LSO, Abbado (1981) {Deutsche Grammophon 400 042-2}

Stravinsky - Petrouchka (original 1911 version) - LSO, Abbado (1981) {Deutsche Grammophon 400 042-2}
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© 1981 Polydor / Deutsche Grammophon | 400 042-2
Classical / Early 20th Century

Abbado's splendid Petrushka was among the very first CDs to be reviewed in these pages. Robert Layton extended a warm welcome in March 1983. The fact that it appeared with no coupling didn't seem to bother him unduly at the time; I've no doubt that it would today. … The Petrushka is full of sensitive and dramatic detail: I don't know of a more intense account of the poignant scene in Petrushka's tiny backstage cell—all shadow and nervous apprehensiveness. Nor have we seen any more clearly into the elaborate texturing of the outer tableaux (this is the more lavishly scored original version); the tactility of the inner-part writing is constantly arresting. Vividly and imaginatively characterized, these performances are shining examples of Abbado's best work with the LSO. (from the review of the Mussorgsky/Stravinsky reissue DG 423901)