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CD95925 Wilhelm Grosz conducts Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Ultraphon 1930)

CD95925 Wilhelm Grosz conducts Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Ultraphon 1930)
CD95925 Wilhelm Grosz conducts Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Ultraphon 1930)
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CD95925 Wilhelm Grosz conducts Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Ultraphon 1930) Wilhelm Grosz conducts members of the Berlin Philharmonic in Mozart's Eine kleine Nachtmusik. From two Ultraphon records (in surprisingly good sound) E 393 & E 394. Recording date: February 28, 1930.

Wilhelm Grosz was born in Vienna. He studied music with Franz Schreker and Guido Adler. In 1921 he was appointed conductor of the Mannheim Opera, but returned to Vienna in 1922, where he worked as a pianist and composer. From 1927 until 1933 he was the artistic manager of the Ultraphon Gramophone company in Berlin.

Zip file mono in two formats, FLAC and mp3 (256kbps), 57 MB total. File includes discographical info from DISMARC, a photo of Grosz and a label scan of the first 78 side.

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