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21/11/2009

Thomas Scherman - Charles Adler - Walter Goehr ... Bloch / Berg / Schoenberg - Concert Hall 1950's

Ernest Bloch:  4 Episodes for Chamber Orchestra  
Radio Zurich Orchestra  conducted by  Thomas Scherman      (Concert Hall  CHS 1238)
Arnold Schoenberg:  "Begleitmusik", op.34      
Vienna Concert Society Orchestra  conducted by  Charles Adler     (Unicorn UNA1008 - 1955)
Alban Berg:  "Seven Early Songs"  
Kathryn Harvey, Soprano  ~ Radio Zurich Orchestra  conducted by  Walter Goehr  
Alban Berg:  Four Pieces for Clarinet & Piano, op.5 *  
Herbert Tichman, clarinet  -&-  Ruth Budnevich, piano     (Berg: Concert Hall  G.12 - c.1951)
Concert Hall  CM LE16  (1962 LP)   Philips UK mastered/pressed           4 files zip FLAC  Mega Download
Re-edited: *January 2013/November 2015    Sleeve-note >>>


5 comments:

  1. Thank you very much for making the rest of this LP available --- the first portion was tremendous, in particular the Schoenberg --- I have never heard a performance of the 'Music for a cinematographic scene" played so beautifully. I am looking forward to hearing the Berg Seven Early songs (one of my very favorite pieces, in a performance I have never even heard of!) and the clarinet pieces.

    I will comment on the Isserlis Scriabin once I have had a chance to actually listen to the download.

    Keep up the great work --- wonderful covers too!

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  2. You weren't the only one who 'twisted my arm'..Amusingly, I'd intended (months back) uploading Robert Craft's 'Webern' - in Philips' 4LP transfer (imported from Holland /1960). New pressings/great booklet. Seems that's not worthwhile now..! Your comments are much appreciated - you should enjoy the Berg - good sounding for '50/51. Sorry I'm uploading so little; still not on broadband!

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  3. Tin Ear - This site is an extremely valuable enterprise and I have a few suggestions of my own.
    If you can, please upload the early Webern/Craft.
    The Second Viennese School recordings by Rene Leibowitz on Dial and Nixa.

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  4. I will try-out the Webern box (which is unplayed/as new; but that doesnt mean Noise-Free: the major, time-consuming, aspect in my dubs..). I dont have the others mentioned; in fact such material was rarely bought (UK) during the 50s - and the imported Philips/Webern was quite a Luxury set (nearly the cost of 5LPs..)

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  5. Frank, thanks so much for this transfer! A special thanks for renewing the dead link. It is very much appreciated!

    Thurston.

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