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Nicolai Orloff - The Decca Recordings
Nicolai Orloff
Decca 4828710
The complete published Decca recordings of a fine but forgotten Russian pianist, previously unreleased on CD. A student of the legendary pedagogue Konstantin Igumnov, Nikolai Orloff, became a professor of piano himself at the Moscow...
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A Song for Christmas
Mantovani
Decca 4840268
Mantovani made his first Christmas single (White Christmas with Adeste Fideles for the B side) for Decca in October, 1952. A year later he recorded a further twelve numbers for ‘An Album of Christmas Music’ and it became a major seller in the...
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Mendelssohn: Overtures; Schubert: Rosamunde
Carl Schuricht; Pierre Monteux
Decca 4824955
Two original Decca releases of the Vienna Philharmonic in early-Romantic repertoire, freshly compiled and newly remastered. ‘I am an exponent of an old tradition,’ remarked Carl Schuricht. ‘I have nothing against the music of today but I...
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Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 44-49
Daniel Barenboim
Deutsche Grammophon 4840136
Fiery accounts of six symphonies from Haydn’s ‘Sturm und Drang’ period. Daniel Barenboim had been conducting the English Chamber Orchestra for 20 years when he made the first of the three Deutsche Grammophon LPs newly remastered and...
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Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake; The Nutcracker
Anatole Fistoulari
Decca 4825225
According to legend, Anatole Fistoulari (1907–1995), conducted an orchestra for the first time at the age of seven. Having moved to France in his twenties, he escaped to England after the fall of France in 1939 and based the rest of his career...
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Tchaikovsky: The Queen of Spades
Krešimir Baranović
Decca 4826903
A first international release on CD for the first recording in stereo of Tchaikovsky’s tragic masterpiece of obsession. With this and six companion issues, Eloquence makes available for the first time on CD the seven complete Russian operas...