THE YEAR 1917 - Music in Turbulent Times

THE YEAR 1917
Music in Turbulent Times

Int. Release 13 Jan. 2017
2 CDs
0289 479 6969 3


Track List

CD 1: 1917 - Music In Turbulent Times

Ottorino Respighi (1879 - 1936)
Fountains of Rome, P. 106

New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Giuseppe Sinopoli

Béla Bartók (1881 - 1945)
The Wooden Prince, BB 74, Op.13 (Sz. 60)

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Pierre Boulez

Manuel de Falla (1876 - 1946)
El sombrero de tres picos

Pt. 1

Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Lorin Maazel

Gustav Holst (1874 - 1934)
The Planets, Op.32

Boston Symphony Orchestra, William Steinberg

Denis Browne (1888 - 1915)
Ian Bostridge, Julius Drake

Charles Edward Ives (1874 - 1954)
Three Songs Of The War

Hanns Eisler (1898 - 1962)
The Hollywood Songbook (1943)

Anna Prohaska, Eric Schneider

Frank Bridge (1879 - 1941)
Sonata For Cello And Piano

Mstislav Rostropovich, Benjamin Britten

Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918)
Philippe Cassard

Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937)
Le Tombeau de Couperin, M.68

Piano version

13.
0:00
3:17

16.
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3:59

Monique Haas

Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872 - 1958)
Symphony No.3 - "Pastoral"

London Philharmonic Orchestra, Roger Norrington

Total Playing Time 1:20:11

CD 2: 1917 - Music In Turbulent Times

Erik Satie (1866 - 1925), Jean Cocteau (1889 - 1963)
Louis Frémaux, Orchestre National de l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo

Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918)
Sonata In G Minor For Violin & Piano, L. 140

Augustin Dumay, Maria Joăo Pires

Sergei Prokofiev (1891 - 1953)
Violin Concerto No. 1 In D Major, Op. 19

Shlomo Mintz, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Claudio Abbado

Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971)
Les Noces

Premičre Partie

Anny Mory, Patricia Parker, John Mitchinson, Paul Hudson, Martha Argerich, Krystian Zimerman, Cyprien Katsaris, Homero Francesch, English Bach Festival Percussion Ensemble, Leonard Bernstein, English Bach Festival Chorus

Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 - 1975)
Symphony No.12 in D minor, Op.112 "The Year 1917"

Göteborgs Symfoniker, Neeme Järvi

Total Playing Time 1:13:35

. . . [the performances are] perfectly respectable, and some very much more than that. Rostropovitch and Britten are peerless in the Bridge, Bostridge wonderfully sensitive -- when is he not? -- in the Browne, and there are fine performers throughout.