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CD Masters

Synopsis

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With Jonathan Swain. Featuring Mendelssohn
Symphonies and recordings by tenor Jon Vickers. Berlioz Les Troyens , Act 3 (Finale)
Josephine Veasey (mezzo), Jon Vickers (tenor), Roger Soyer (baritone), Royal Opera House Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
10.08 Olivier Messiaen Diptyque
Performed by the composer (organ)
10.24 Beethoven Gott ! Welch Dunkel hier ... In des Lebens Fruhlingstagen (Fidelio, Act 2) Jon Vickers (tenor), Royal Opera House Orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer
10.36 Bach Two-Part Invention No 9 in F minor, BWV780; Three-Part Invention No 9 in F minor, BWV795 Glenn Gould (piano)
10.45 Mendelssohn Symphony No 1 in C minor Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
11.15 Schmelzer Sonafa No 3 Romanesca
11.23 Hindemith Horn Sonata
Dennis Brain , Noel Mewton-Wood (piano)
11.41 Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music Soloists, New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Leonard Bernstein

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Tenor: Jon Vickers. Berlioz
Tenor: Les Troyens
Unknown: Josephine Veasey
Tenor: Jon Vickers
Tenor: Roger Soyer
Conductor: Colin Davis
Unknown: Beethoven Gott
Unknown: Welch Dunkel
Tenor: Jon Vickers
Conductor: Otto Klemperer
Piano: Glenn Gould
Conductor: Kurt Masur
Conductor: Schmelzer Sonafa
Unknown: Hindemith Horn Sonata
Unknown: Dennis Brain
Piano: Noel Mewton-Wood
Piano: Vaughan Williams Serenade
Conductor: Leonard Bernstein






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