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CD Masters


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Presented by Rob Cowan.
Brahms Sapphische Ode, Op 94 No 4
Strauss Traum durch die Dammerung, Op 29 No 1; Zueignung, Op 10 No 1 Alexander Kipnis (bass), Arthur Bergh (piano)
10.10 Anon Chose Tassin; Ductia; Estampie
Studio der Fruhen Musik, director Thomas Binkley
10.24 Faure Violin Sonata No 2 in E minor, Op 108 Christian Ferras , Pierre Barbizet (piano)
10.50 Martinon Symphony No 2 (Hymne a la Vie) Orchestra National de I'ORTF/the composer
11.12 Clementi Fantasie with variations on the song Au Clairde la Lune, Op 48 Andreas Staier (piano)
11.23 Strauss Der Rosenkavalier (excerpt) Else Ruzicka (mezzo: Octavian), Alexander Kipnis (bass: Ochs), Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conductor Erich Orthmann
11.29 Verdi Don Carlo (excerpt) Alexander Kipnis (bass: King Philip), Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conductor Clemens Schmalstich
11.36 Haydn Symphony No 93 in D Royal
Concertgebouw Orchestra/Nikolaus Harnoncourt


Presented By: Rob Cowan.
Presented By: Brahms Sapphische
Unknown: Strauss Traum
Bass: Alexander Kipnis
Piano: Arthur Bergh
Director: Thomas Binkley
Unknown: Christian Ferras
Piano: Pierre Barbizet
Unknown: Clementi Fantasie
Piano: Andreas Staier
Piano: Strauss Der Rosenkavalier
Bass: Alexander Kipnis
Conductor: Erich Orthmann
Conductor: Verdi Don Carlo
Bass: Alexander Kipnis
Conductor: Clemens Schmalstich

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