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Karajan Gold [2 CD]
mpn: 4777341, ean: 0028947773412,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 46 reviews
Herbert von Karajan was considered one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century. This 2-CD set honors the 100th anniversary of his birth with 21 recordings made under the direction of his baton.KARAJAN HERBERT VON / BERLIN P. O. KARAJAN GOLD.
Isaac Stern: A Life in Music Vol. 15 - Bernstein: Serenade; Dutilleux: Violin Concerto "L'Arbre des Songes
mpn: 074646450826, ean: 0007464645082,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 40 reviews
You can't beat Isaac Stern at anything. He invests Bernstein's Serenade for Solo Violin, String Orchestra, Harp and Percussion, after Plato's Symposium with characteristic feeling, and all this is backed up by Leonard Bernstein's conducting of the Symphony of the Air in a 1956 recording. (Both works here are reissues--but don't let that stop you.) The Bernstein may sell this disc, but the Dutilleux is the more interesting composition. Dutilleux's brand of music is polymorphic--shifting tonalitie
The Mozart Effect: Music For Children, Vol. 3 - Mozart In Motion
mpn: 189644959X, ean: 0068478429327,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews
This is one of 3 audio titles based on the Avon Books release the Mozart Effect by author, teacher and musician Don Campbell. Each recording features a collection of some of Mozart's most powerful and affecting compositions selected by the author especially for children aged 2 to 16. Designed to achieve a particular effect, including enhancing IQ, inspiring creativity or exploring movement, each release includes suggestions and guidance on how to use the power of Mozart's music to ensure maximum
Mozart: The String Quartets
By DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON, BOX CLASSICA, CLASSICO, MUSICA DA CAMERA,
mpn: 028947762539, ean: 0028947762539,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews
The first collection of the complete Mozart string quartets performed by the Hagen Quartett! You'll hear the quartets plus divertimentos and serenades (including Serenade in G ''Eine Kleine Nachtmusik'' ).HAGEN QUARTET. MUSICA CLASICA. INTERNATIONAL. MUSIC.
Music for Motivation
4.0 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews
Music for Motivation joyously invites action. Highly organized compositions of Mozart, Handel, and friends focus minds and sharpen thinking. Many selections are simplified to give the mind room to reflect and reorganize. Violins sing, woodwinds incite, and trumpets sound the clarion call: Get the job done and have fun! motivation is ideal for peak performance, vitality, task completion, organizing, taking action, and productivity. 120-140 beats per minute.
Music for Inspiration
4.2 out of 5 stars with 27 reviews
Music for Inspiration is beautiful spacious music signed to facilitate a fresh perspective. The concept of inspiration takes many forms - a noble act, an exemplary life, a divine influence. Inspiration is also defined as the drawing in of breath. The re-arranged music of Gluck, Mozart, Beethoven, Borodin, Elgar, Mascagni, Satie, and Gershwin creates space for new ideas and expanded imagination. A sonic breath of fresh air, this recording inspires. enlivens and energizes.
4.6 out of 5 stars with 59 reviews
The main part of this recording by the Giulio Regondi Guild (David Starobin - guitar, Douglas Rogers - concertina, Julie Lustman - piano) is the 10 studies for guitar by Giulio Regondi. The brilliant performance reveals the excellent qualities of these coDavid Starobin.
Symphonies 25, 29, 38 & 40
4.6 out of 5 stars with 8 reviews
Britten's recordings of Mozart are among the treasures of the catalog, rare examples of an almost mystical bond between one composer-performer and another. These exquisitely beautiful accounts of four of Mozart's most remarkable symphonies date from the years 1968 to 1971 and were recorded in the cooperative acoustic of the Maltings, Snape. The playing of the ECO is wonderfully robust and animated, impeccably polished, and alive to every expressive nuance in this extraordinary music. With superb
The American Album: Bernstein - Serenade / Barber: Violin Concerto / Foss: Three American Pieces
mpn: 724355536020, ean: 0724355536020,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 21 reviews
Barber's Violin Concerto and Bernstein's Serenade are two of the most attractive and accessible pieces in the modern violin repertory. Both are superbly played by Perlman, as might be expected. But what makes this album a special treat is the Lukas Foss coupling--an unusual and charming work that belies the charges of critics who accuse Perlman of not being interested in contemporary music. Certainly this is one of his best discs. --David Hurwitz
Mozart: Overtures (Essential Classics)
mpn: 074646283028, ean: 0074646283028,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 27 reviews
This entertaining disc offers all of Mozart's major overtures in performances that cover a wide range of interpretation, from the hyperprecise Szell to the warmth of Bruno Walter. The younger generation is represented by Thomas Schippers, and also by Antonia Brico, one of the first female conductors to make an international reputation for herself. The addition of an early divertimento conducted by Szell is an added attraction--he was peerless in this music--and you also get Philippe Entremont's
The Complete Flanders & Swann
4.1 out of 5 stars with 25 reviews
Fantastic 3CD box set of the recorded works of one of Britain's most popular comedy duos. Their keen observations of everyday British life and abilities to exemplify them in song made them the darlings of the UK. Cleverness, wit and absoute hilarity were the order of the day, in just about any style of music. Pure comic genius on 3 discs!
Brahms: Serenade No. 1 In D, & No. 2 In A
mpn: 089408052224, ean: 0089408052224,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 39 reviews
In this follow-up to his provocative cycle of the Brahms symphonies with the same ensemble, Sir Charles Mackerras once again shows that doing things according to received ideas about the music and how it should sound--''tradition,'' if you will--is simply not his cup of tea. His traversal of the symphonies was provocative in part because he did it with a chamber-orchestra sized string complement, hoping to recapture the balance and sonic weight of an orchestra of Brahms's day, specifically the