George Szell in Interview, Winter 1964/65 - George Szell about his new recording of R. Strauss's Sinfonia domestica (MS 6627). 6. George Szell in Interview, Summer 1966 - George Szell about his new recording of Mozart's Symphonies 28 & 33 (MS 6858). 7. George Szell in Interview, Autumn 1966 - George Szell about his new recording of Bruckner' Symphony No. 3 (MS 6897). PHOTO 2: Goodyear Tires Presents the Great Songs of Christmas Album Seven (1966). I always assumed that Szell’s assistant Louis Lane did the actual conducting, but maybe I’m wrong. Don’t confuse it with the new 106 CD box.
There are the pianist George Szell’s outstanding chamber music recordings, including Mozart with the Budapest Quartet. There are also substantial interviews with the maestro. But the main attraction of this stupendous new set is the prospect of having all the Szell-Cleveland repertoire under a single roof for the first time and in optimal sound with 92 recordings remastered from the original analogue tapes using 24 bit, 192 kHz technology. The first ever collection of George Szell’s Complete Recordings for Columbia Masterworks on 106 CDs. · Symphonies, overtures and other orchestral works,.
In the heyday of George Szell s tenure as its chief conductor, declared Gramophone, The Cleveland Orchestra had few if any peers among the world s great orchestras. Coinciding with the orchestra s centenary in 2018, Sony Classical is excited to announce one of the most ambitious reissue projects of recent times, a comprehensive collection of the Clevelanders recordings made under the baton of their iconic fourth music director. The Szell/Cleveland Recordings Complete! In the heyday of George Szell s tenure as its chief conductor, declared Gramophone, The Cleveland Orchestra had few if any peers among the world s great orchestras.
The Cleveland Orchestra. Tracks count: 37. Views: 3. Антонин Дворжак, Cleveland Orchestra - Slavonic Dances No. 6, I. D Major, Op. 46: I. Allegretto Scherzando 05:50. 4, I. F Major, Op.
Successors Erich Leinsdorf, George Szell, and Lorin Maazel all recorded for Columbia, with some early Szell records being assigned to Columbia's budget sub-label, Epic. Szell's recordings with Cleveland in particular have remained steadily in print. In the 1990s the Columbia catalogue was acquired by Sony Classics, which continues to issue the recordings. The Cleveland Orchestra's complete discography up to 2000 can be found in Donald Rosenberg's book, The Cleveland Orchestra Story – Second to None.
George Szell (/ˈsɛl/; June 7, 1897 – July 30, 1970), originally György Széll, György Endre Szél, or Georg Szell, was a Hungarian-born American conductor and composer. He is widely considered one of the twentieth century's greatest conductors. He is remembered today for his long and successful tenure as music director of the Cleveland Orchestra of Cleveland, Ohio, and for the recordings of the standard classical repertoire he made in Cleveland and with other orchestras.
Legendary conductor George Szell and The Cleveland Orchestra deliver distinguished performances of undeniable masterpieces. The recording features outstanding musicianship, performed at the highest standard. This is an essential release for any music lover’s collection. Continue readingAntonin Dvorak – Symphony No. 8 – The Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell (1970/2012).