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CD92790 Rafael Kubelik BR 1961

CD92790 Rafael Kubelik BR 1961
CD92790 Rafael Kubelik BR 1961
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CD92790 Rafael Kubelik BR 1961

Today the Bavarian broadcast company Bayerischer Rundfunk celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of Rafael Kubelik as chief conductor of the "Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks". November 1, 1961 began one of the most fertile collaborations between an orchestra and a conductor I know. A time of mutual love and respect.

Here is how it began: the first concert with Beethoven´s ninth symphony seems to been lost but two subsequent concerts have survived.

The - mono - sound is quite good for the age. The applause has been cut by the broadcast company.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphonie A-Dur, KV 201; (November 23. 1961, Herkulessaal of the Munich residency)

Antonín Dvořák: Symphonie Nr. 9 e-Moll - "Aus der Neuen Welt"; (November 23. 1961, Herkulessaal of the Munich residency)

Franz Schubert: Symphonie h-Moll - "Unvollendete"; (November 7. 1961, Herkulessaal of the Munich residency)

Richard Wagner: "Tristan und Isolde", Vorspiel und Isoldes Liebestod (November 7. 1961, Herkulessaal of the Munich residency)

+ two short documents with Kubelik talking about their collaboration.

from digital cable broadcast, Apple lossless Two .zip archive files (270 & 260 MB) to be joined with split & concat or a similar program



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