|Title:||Mozart: Symphonies No. 1-24, Volume I|
|Other format:||VOX DTS AC3 AU AHX ASF MPC|
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Erich Leinsdorf – Symphony No. 35 in D Major, K. 385 Haffne. :05. London Philharmonic Orchestra, Erich Leinsdorf – Symphony No. 39 in E-Flat Major, K. 543 I. 5:22. The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London, Conducted By Erich Leinsdorf – Mozart Symphony No. 37 In G Major, . 4. :40. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Erich Leinsdorf – 1. Allegro. 36 in C Major, K. 425 Linz II. 6:12. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Erich Leinsdorf – 3.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London, Erich Leinsdorf – Symphonies 16-20 Symphonies 21-26. 이블: MCA Classics – MCAD2-9812A, MCA Classics – MCAD2-9812B. 1. Allegro Spiritoso 2. Andantino Grazioso 3. Presto Assai. Symphony No. 24 In B Flat Major, K. 182. (8:58). Liner Notes – Irving Kolodin. Orchestra – Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London. Remastered By – Doug Schwartz. 모. Disc One is Symphonies 16-20 Disc Two is Symphonies 21-26. All selections previously released on Westminster. Two CDs, each with its own plastic black-tray jewel case and 6-page (foldout) booklet. Notes in English on each of the symphonies.
Album · 2015 · 26 Songs. 425 "Linz". London Philharmonic Orchestra & Erich Leinsdorf. 5. I. Adagio - Allegro spiritoso. 40 in G Minor, K. 550.
Orchestra: Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of London. Conductor: Erich Leinsdorf. Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Audio CD (October 25, 1990). Number of Discs: 2. Label: MCA. ASIN: B000009I7B. Leinsdorf is just as exciting in this music as Toscanini, without the latter's stiffness in phrasing. A typical example of Leinsdorf's work is No. 32, faster than Sir Colin Davis's three recordings (Yes, I own all three!), without the nudging of phrases Davis does. Instead, Leinsdorf pays attention to the rhythmic accents, and builds a really magisterial climax. The Haffner, too, is one of the best I've ever heard. My only caveat is that there are two splices on the second CD where much too long a silence is superimposed on the music. Still, this is great Mozart that wears.
Title: Mozart Symphonies No. 1 In E Flat Major, K. 16 No. 2 In B Flat Major, K. 17 No. 3 In E Flat Major, K 18 No. 18 in F major, . 30 No. 21 In A Major, K. 134 Artist(s): The London Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Erich Leinsdorf Recording Info: Recorded by Westminster Records 1959 Transferred from a. 15ips tape. 1 (7:23) Molto Allegro Andante Presto Symphony No. 2 (11:17) Allegro Andante Minuets I And II Presto Symphony No. 3 (8:50) Molto Allegro Andante Presto. Mahler Symphony No. 2 - Georg Solti London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (Pure DSD). Cootie Williams in Stereo - Cootie Williams on Trumpet and his Orchestra (Pure DSD). John Coltrane Quartet Ballads.
Mozart Symphonies 35, 36 & 37 - The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London, Conducted By Erich Leinsdorf. Songs: 11. Artist: The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London, Conducted By Erich Leinsdorf. Songs: The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London, Conducted By Erich Leinsdorf - Mozart Symphony No. 35 In D Major, . 05 (Haffner) Allegro Spirito 04:42. The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London, Conducted By Erich Leinsdorf - Mozart Symphony No. 05 (Haffner) Andante 04:22
This is a list of symphonies by the classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Symphonies No. 2 (attributed to Leopold Mozart) and 3 (written by Carl Friedrich Abel) are spurious. Spurious symphonies can be found at Mozart symphonies of spurious or doubtful authenticity. Symphonies that are suspected to be not Mozart's, but have not been proven to be the work of another composer, are in this list.
Karl Böhm 's recording of the Mozart symphonies with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra is among the most respected and beloved sets of this important body of work. Böhm 's set was the first complete recording of the symphonies (including several that subsequent scholarship has shown to be written by other composers and misattributed to Mozart ) and it remains a substantial achievement because of the conductor's stature as a Mozartian and because of the enthusiastic and refined playing of the Berlin Philharmonic Symphony No. 182 (K. 173dA). 7. Allegro spiritoso.
|Symphony No. 1 In E Flat Major, K. 16|
|Symphony No. 2 In B Flat Major, K. 17|
|A6||Minuets I And II|
|Symphony No. 3 In E Flat Major, K. 18|
|Symphony No. 4 In D Major, K. 19|
|Symphony No. 5 In B Flat Major, K. 22|
|Symphony No. 6 In F Major, K. 43|
|Symphony No. 6 In D Major, K. 45|
|Symphony No. 8 In D Major, K. 48|
|Symphony No. 9 In C Major, K. 73|
|Symphony No. 10 In G Major, K. 74|
|Symphony No. 11 In D Major, K. 84|
|Symphony No. 12 In G Major, K. 110|
|Symphony No. 13 In F Major, K. 112|
|Symphony No. 14 In A Major, K. 114|
|Symphony No. 15 In G Major, K. 124|
|Symphony No. 16 In C Major, K. 128|
|Symphony No. 17 In G Major, K. 129|
|Symphony No. 20 In D Major, K. 133|
|Symphony No. 18 In F Major, K. 130|
|Symphony No. 19 In E Flat Major, K. 132|
|Symphony No. 21 In A Major, K. 134|
|Symphony No. 22 In C Major, K. 162|
|Symphony No. 23 In D Major, K. 181|
|L1||Allegro Spiritoso - Andantino Grazioso - Presto Assai|
|Symphony No. 24 In B Flat Major, K. 182|