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  1. RR: 119. Ravel: Piano Concerto in G

    1. Michelangeli, Gracis (cond.), Philharmonia Orchestra (1957)




    2. Argerich, Abbado (cond.), Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (1967)




    3. Zimerman, Boulez (cond.), Cleveland Orchestra (1994)

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  2. RR: 118. Prokofiev: Symphony #5 in B-flat, op. 100

    1. Karajan (cond.), Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (1968)




    2. Szell (cond.), Cleveland Orchestra (1959)




    3. Levine (cond.), Chicago Symphony Orchestra (1992)

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  3. RR: 117. Bach: Cello Suites, BWV 1007-1012

    1. Fournier (1960)




    2. Casals (1939)




    3. Starker (1961)




    4. Bylsma (1992)

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    Updated Jan-30-2019 at 09:56 by Trout

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  4. Bach: Cantatas

    by , Mar-25-2016 at 14:16 (I was cured, all right!)


    John Eliot Gardiner / Monteverdi Choir / English Baroque Soloists
    Bach: Cantatas

    Release Date October 8, 2012
    Genre
    Classical
    Styles
    Choral
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    Updated Aug-19-2017 at 17:27 by eljr

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  5. Schubert, Klemperer, Philharmonia Orchestra ‎– Symphony No. 5 & 8

    This week, I am planning a pair of posts featuring the pairing of Otto Klemperer and the Philharmonia Orchestra. Today’s Tuesday Blog is one of our Vinyl’s Revenge segments, highlighting a favoutite recording from my old vinyl collection.

    The Orchestra

    It is commonly thought that the Philharmonia Orchestra was primarily formed for recording purposes by Walter Legge, a recording producer for EMI - but that was not Legge's intention. He had been Sir Thomas Beecham's
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