Tchaikovsky Bernstein

Bernstein: The Concert Collection BOXSET 9 DVD - Bernstein in Australia - Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.6 - DVD 7/9

Bernstein: The Concert Collection BOXSET 9 DVD - Bernstein in Australia - Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.6 - DVD 7/9
Classical | DVD | with complete scans (covers and book) | 2,85 Gb (DVD5) | DVD´s FULL No compression
Audio: PCM Stereo | DTS 5.1 | Relesase: October 25, 2005 | Publisher: Kultur Video

Throughout the 1970s, conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein was invited to lead the greatest orchestras of the world in a number of concerts that since such time have become legendary. Now, these historic performances are available on DVD for the first time. This Leonard Bernstein collectors's boxed set is the ultimate concert experience on DVD, and it is also the perfect companion to the Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts DVD set.
Bernstein - Tchaikovsky: Symphonies Nos 4 & 5 | Violin Concerto (DVD9)

Bernstein - Tchaikovsky: Symphonies Nos 4 & 5 | Violin Concerto (DVD9)
Classical | DVD | with complete scans (covers and book) | 7,31 Gb (DVD9) | DVD´s FULL No compression
Audio: PCM Stereo | DTS 5.1 | Relesase: November 25, 2008 | Publisher: Deutsche Grammophon

To celebrate Leonard Bernstein's 90th birthday, Deutsche Grammophon has issued a number of musically and historically important performances on DVD. These DVDs document the astonishing talent and virtuosity of Bernstein in a variety of works. The concerts are taken from the 1970s and 1980s and many include Bernstein's educational introductions to the pieces. His invaluable ability to communicate music and teach the general public still astounds as much as his energy and skill on the podium.

Leonard Bernstein - The Symphony Edition (60CD Limited)  Music

Posted by Bibixy at April 12, 2011
Leonard Bernstein - The Symphony Edition (60CD Limited)

Leonard Bernstein - The Symphony Edition (60CD Limited)
Sony Classics | 2010 | 60 CD | MP3 192 Kbps | 61 RAR | 5.81Gb
Lame encoded | Covers | Tracks | Fserve, Fsonic, HotF

As a top-class orchestra conductor Leonard Bernstein became world famous, especially as music director of the New York Philharmonic as a regular guest conductor of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. His musical genius and his emotional interpretations were outstanding and set standards to date.
[SDRR] L. Bernstein + D. Milhaud + Fr. Poulenc + P. Tchaikovsky - Symphonic Music

L. Bernstein + D. Milhaud + Fr. Poulenc + P. Tchaikovsky - Symphonic Music
Classical | NO rip | No CUE | NO LOG | No cover | APE | 320Mb
77:00 | 2010 | RS | SDRR-CD1012
Not a CD-Directly recorded from Satellite Radio into wav form

This is a Satellite Digital Radio Recording (SDRR) of high quality stereo sound.
TCHAIKOVSKY - Leonard BERNSTEIN & The New York Philharmonic [HQ]

TCHAIKOVSKY - Leonard BERNSTEIN & The New York Philharmonic
RIP+UP | ape format | 1987 | CBS Records | Front, Back Covers & CD Sticker | 230 Mb

Bernstein New York Philharmonic / Tchaikovsky Nutcracker Suite & Swan Lake Suite
Tchaikovsky - Concerto Pour Piano no.1, Concerto Pour Violon (1971) {Deutsche Grammophon}

Tchaikovsky - Concerto Pour Piano no.1, Concerto Pour Violon (1971)
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Covers | 331 mb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 175 mb
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon / 459 1892

If what you want is a crackerjack coupling of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto and his First Piano Concerto, this disc is the one to get. With the ardently noble 1971 Nathan Milstein recording of the Violin Concerto with Claudio Abbado conducting the Vienna Philharmonic joined to the recklessly passionate 1973 Martha Argerich recording of the Piano Concerto with Charles Dutoit conducting the Royal Philharmonic, both performances are easily as good as the very best ever recorded.
Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (Nadja Saidakova, Vladimir Malakhov) (1999)

Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker (Nadja Saidakova, Vladimir Malakhov) (1999)
PAL 16:9 (720x576) VBR | (LinearPCM, 2 ch) | (Dolby AC3, 6 ch) | 6.23 Gb (DVD9) | 118 min
Classical | Opus Arte

P. I. Tchaikovsky is considered to be Russia’s great symphonic composer. In his music he achieved a synthesis of the national musical language of Russia and the compositional forms of the western European Romantics. His most famous ballets enjoy a position of honor in the Classical Ballet repertoire on account of their melodic intensity and instrumental brilliance. In the fairy tale “The Nutcracker and the King of the Mice” written by the German Romantic E. T. A. Hoffmann and published in 1814, on which Tchaikovsky’s ballet is based, Christmas provides the realistic setting for a fantastic plot. Fiction and reality are woven together by means of strange and wondrous occurrences to produce a fascinating and unfathomable labyrinth. Both Hoffmann and Tchaikovsky, who began to compose the ballet in his fiftieth year, could identify with the literary figure of the watchmaker Drosselmeier, who gives order to his life through his work. In 1999, exactly 107 years – to the day – after the first performance in St. Petersburg, Patrice Bart’s choreography of Tchaikovsky’s worldwide success The Nutcracker was premiered at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin. Bart placed a prologue before the ballet in which Marie is abducted as a child and in which everything is placed in a modern context.
Viktoria Mullova - Tchaikovsky & Sibelius: Violin Concertos (1986) RE-UP

Viktoria Mullova - Tchaikovsky & Sibelius: Violin Concertos (1986)
EAC | APE (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 66:34 | 283 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Philips | Catalog: 416821

This well recorded disc from 1985 delivers impressive readings of both of these works. Mullova takes a very individual view of these concertos and has the technical assurance to communicate her view with compelling certainty.
The Tchaikovsky concerto is played in the full uncut version that was written by the composer. This is now becoming more common but in 1985 was still unusual enough to warrant comment. By playing the notes as Tchaikovsky had intended Mullova signals a very serious intent which she carries out throughout these two concertos.
Bolshoi Theatre Chorus and Orchestra, Mark Ermler, Soloists - P.I. Tchaikovsky: Pique Dame (The Queen of Spades) (1974)

P.I. Tchaikovsky - Pique Dame (The Queen of Spades) (1974)
Bolshoi Theatre Chorus and Orchestra, Mark Ermler, conductor
Vladimir Atlantov, Tamara Milashkina, Vladimir Valaitis, Andrey Fedoseyev, Valentina Levko
Andrey Sokolov, Valery Yaroslavtsev, Vitaly Vlasov, Yury Dementyev, Galina Borisova

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 792 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical, Opera | Label: Philips | # 420 375-2 | Time: 02:40:13

This version of The Queen of Spades was originally recorded in 1974 and made available as a special import; it was then generally released by Philips in 1988. Reviewing it at the time, AB gave a level account of its strengths, but had little difficulty in preferring the Tchakarov set when it was issued in 1990. Deleted by Philips, the Ermler performance has now been restored to the Melodiya catalogue. I cannot see anyone dissenting from AB's view: certainly I do not, except perhaps to regard him as being over-generous in his account of Atlantov's Herman in calling it ''loud and unsubtle''. Stronger words would also be appropriate, especially when Atlantov is compared with the sensitive Wieslaw Ochman on the Tchakarov set. Valentina Levko is a good Countess in what is a well-established Russian tradition of responses to the role: AB thought the old lady's reminiscences not so pointedly delivered as by some other singers, and I would add that she would certainly have acquired a better French accent during her long sojourn as the Venus of Paris.

V.A. - Tchaikovsky: The Essentials (2016)  Music

Posted by funkerman at Nov. 1, 2016
V.A. - Tchaikovsky: The Essentials (2016)

V.A. - Tchaikovsky: The Essentials (2016)
Classical | MP3 320 kbps | 02:38:05 | ~369 Mb
Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Tracks: 25 | Rls.date: 2016

This album takes you through the most important of Tchaikovsky’s works: the groundbreaking ballets and monumental symphonies, the concertos and works for string orchestra, arias from Eugene Onegin and of course the 1812 Overture. Performers include Hilary Hahn, Herbert von Karajan, James Levine, Mikhail Pletnev, Msitislav Rostropovich and many others.