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  • Quick-View Charles Munch / Boston Symphony Orchestra
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    Charles Munch / Boston Symphony Orchestra

    £ 16.50

    Celebrated for his performances of French music, Munch was an authority on the works featured on this DVD, all of which were composed...
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    Classic BBC Proms (5 DVDs)

    £ 39.99

    This box set embraces five historic performances from the BBC Proms by some of the world’s greatest artists. From the very first season...
  • Quick-View Dimitri Mitropoulos (2 CDs)
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    Dimitri Mitropoulos (2 CDs)

    £ 14.99

    Dimitri Mitropoulos (1896-1960), a most distinguished Mahlerian, was one of the great conductors of his generation. This Cologne...
  • Quick-View Emil Gilels
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    Emil Gilels

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    The great Russian pianist Emil Gilels is regarded by many as one of the most significant pianists of the 20th century and is universally...
  • Quick-View Evgeny Svetlanov
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    Evgeny Svetlanov

    £ 9.99

    ICA Classics have already released four CDs of the great Russian conductor Evgeny Svetlanov in Russian music comprising Tchaikovsky,...
  • Quick-View Guido Cantelli
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    Guido Cantelli

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    The extraordinarily gifted Guido Cantelli (1920-56) was invited by Toscanini, who held him in the highest regard to be a guest conductor...
  • Quick-View Hans Rosbaud
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    Hans Rosbaud

    £ 9.99

    Gramophone recently remarked that Hans Rosbaud ‘was one of the unsung heroes of mid-20th-century music, who … gave thoroughly rehearsed...
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    Sir Georg Solti / Chicago Symphony Orchestra

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    By the time of this Royal Festival Hall concert in 1985, Sir Georg Solti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra had cemented their reputation...
  • Quick-View Sviatoslav Richter
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    Sviatoslav Richter

    £ 9.99

    This rare June 1967 live broadcast recording makes it's first appearance on CD. The recital at the Royal Festival Hall very much reflects...
  1. Charles Munch / Boston Symphony Orchestra
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    Charles Munch / Boston Symphony Orchestra

    £ 16.50

    Celebrated for his performances of French music, Munch was an authority on the works featured on this DVD, all of which were composed during his lifetime. More than fifty years later, his recordings of French music remain a permanent standard of reference.  The ICA Classics Legacy series represents an historic account of performances by some of the world’s greatest artists. This DVD features some of the earliest televised concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and their Music Director, Charles Munch. While the material has been restored using the greatest care and state-of-the-art techniques, certain visual artefacts and distortions remain in some instances due to the age of the film. Despite this, it remains of exceptional musical interest and historic value and is released here for the first time on DVD. More details

  2. Classic BBC Proms (5 DVDs)

    Classic BBC Proms (5 DVDs)

    £ 39.99

    This box set embraces five historic performances from the BBC Proms by some of the world’s greatest artists. From the very first season of Promenade Concerts in 1895, the Proms has championed the finest classical music. This unmissable anthology features the legendary partnership of Sir Georg Solti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in music by Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Debussy, and Garrick Ohlsson’s impassioned account of Brahms’s Second Piano Concerto. Gennadi Rozhdestvensky and Yuri Temirkanov lead two deeply Russian programmes, and characteristic Viennese waltzes – including The Blue Danube – are executed with exuberance, good humour and panache by three conductors well suited to the genre. More details

  3. Dimitri Mitropoulos (2 CDs)
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    Dimitri Mitropoulos (2 CDs)

    £ 14.99

    Dimitri Mitropoulos (1896-1960), a most distinguished Mahlerian, was one of the great conductors of his generation. This Cologne performance of Mahler’s Symphony No.3 from 1960 is the only complete performance of the work conducted by Mitropoulos. It is also the only officially released recording of his Cologne performance, and is coupled here with Debussy’s La Mer recorded just one week earlier. Both performances are worthy documents of a great conductor. More details

  4. Emil Gilels
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    Emil Gilels

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    The great Russian pianist Emil Gilels is regarded by many as one of the most significant pianists of the 20th century and is universally admired for his superb technical control and burnished tone. His interpretations of the central German-Austrian classics formed the core of his repertoire, in particular Beethoven, Brahms and Schumann as well as 20th-century music like Debussy, Bartók and Prokofiev. The 'live' magisterial performance of Brahms Piano Concerto No.2 dates from 1971when Gilels was at his peak, prior to his studio performance with Jochum. The live recital dates from 1974 and features vibrant performances of Debussy and Prokofiev, all particular favourites of the pianist. Recoded in brilliant stereo, these WDR sourced performances have never been released before. Previous live recordings of Gilels on ICA Classics have been Beethoven Piano Concertos Nos. 1& 3 (ICAC 5000) and Beethoven Piano Concerto No.4 &... More details

  5. Evgeny Svetlanov
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    Evgeny Svetlanov

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    ICA Classics have already released four CDs of the great Russian conductor Evgeny Svetlanov in Russian music comprising Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov and Shostakovich. He was also a masterly conductor of non Russian composers of the late romantic era including  Bruckner, Elgar, Mahler as well as Brahms and Debussy, two composers he performed quite regularly throughout his career. This  gripping 1975 concert with the LSO  is recorded in brilliant stereo and has never been available before. The bonus consists of Dame Janet Baker's wonderful singing of the final song from Chausson's Poeme de l'amour et de la mer;  'La Mort de l'amour - Le Temps des lilas'. It derives from the same concert and was previously issued on BBC Legends. More details

  6. Guido Cantelli
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    Guido Cantelli

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    The extraordinarily gifted Guido Cantelli (1920-56) was invited by Toscanini, who held him in the highest regard to be a guest conductor with the NBC orchestra in New York. From 1949 each year, Cantelli conducted the NBC, the New York Philharmonic and Boston Symphony orchestras. In 1950, he was at the Edinburgh Festival and in 1951 Lucerne, Salzburg and Venice Festivals. He started recording with the Philharmonia Orchestra for EMI but was tragically killed in an air crash in Paris in 1956. Walter Legge, EMI's producer, wrote, 'no other conductor in the history of the art has established, so early in life, so wide a fame.' While studio recordings validate Legge's assertion, none quite captured the incandescence of his live performances. These important and very rare 'live' recordings featuring the Philharmonia Orchestra derive from the Music Preserved archive and have never been released before. The Glasgow Herald stated that... More details

  7. Hans Rosbaud
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    Hans Rosbaud

    £ 9.99

    Gramophone recently remarked that Hans Rosbaud ‘was one of the unsung heroes of mid-20th-century music, who … gave thoroughly rehearsed and assimilated performances and premieres of the widest possible range of music’. After the Second World War, Rosbaud became the single most important interpreter of and advocate for Sibelius’s music in the German-speaking world; he understood Sibelius’s language as few conductors ever have. This work is an important addition to the Rosbaud discography since he never recorded the Symphony No.6 commercially. Throughout his career, Rosbaud manifested a special affinity for French culture and music. After the war, he was the first German-speaking conductor to be invited to perform in France. Here he conducts totally idiomatic and stunning performances of Debussy’s masterpieces, the Nocturnes being a new addition to his discography. More details

  8. Sir Georg Solti / Chicago Symphony Orchestra
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    Sir Georg Solti / Chicago Symphony Orchestra

    £ 16.50

    By the time of this Royal Festival Hall concert in 1985, Sir Georg Solti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra had cemented their reputation as a truly legendary partnership. Solti demonstrates his profound understanding of Mozartian style in a subtly nuanced account of the composer’s Symphony No.39, while he and the CSO’s virtuoso musicians bring out all the drama and emotion of Tchaikovsky’s thrilling Fourth Symphony. More details

  9. Sviatoslav Richter
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    Sviatoslav Richter

    £ 9.99

    This rare June 1967 live broadcast recording makes it's first appearance on CD. The recital at the Royal Festival Hall very much reflects the pianist's personal taste containing the infrequently played Haydn Sonata No.62 and Weber's Sonata No.3 together with the Schumann Novelettes with the more popular additions of Chopin and Debussy. Richter declared 'my principle is to play only works that I really love and not just those that are currently accepted'. ICA's Ambient Mastering recreates the atmosphere in the Royal Festival Hall perfectly. More details

 

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