Sir Thomas Beecham Conducts Richard Strauss. Preiser Records 90341.
The Great Conductors: Sir Thomas Beecham Conducts Georges Bizet's L'Arlésienne Suites & Symphony in C Major (Remastered 2015). Music of Richard Strauss, Vol. 2 (1923-1954). Beecham in Toronto - (Previously Unissued Concerts from 1960).
Album: Beecham Conducts Richard Strauss. Sir Malcolm Sargent, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Иоганн Штраус-сын - On The Beautiful Blue Danube, Op. 314 Strauss Waltzes, 2011 08:36. Artist: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Рихард Штраус Sir Thomas Beecham.
Thomas Beecham (Conductor). Born: April 29, 1879 - St. Helens, near Liverpool, England Died: March 8, 1961 - London, England. The celebrated English conductor, Thomas Beecham, was born to a father, Sir Joseph Beecham, a man of great wealth, derived from the manufacture of the once-famous Beecham pills. Thanks to them, young Beecham could engage in life's pleasures without troublesome regard for economic limitations. He had his first music lessons from a rural organist. He fought for the works of Jean Sibelius in England and defended those of Richard Strauss, to whom he felt greatly attached. In the field of old music he had affection for the oratorios of Georg Frideric Handel, which he performed in highly personal and surprising arrangements.
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Album · 1998 · 4 Songs. More By Sir Thomas Beecham. See All. Mozart - Best of. 2013. Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute).
73 Jean Sibelius; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Thomas Beecham. Richard A. Kaplan, Fanfare. This digitally remastered release from Jube Classic sees legendary British conductor Sir Thomas Beecham lead the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in an all-Sibelius programme. Renowned for introducing works by Strauss, Delius, and Sibelius himself to Britain during the 20th century, this release brings together recordings from 1955 of the tone poem The Oceanides, the Symphony No. 7 in C Major, and the highlight of this album, the exquisite Pelléas and Mélisande Suite, originally composed as incidental music for Maurice Maeterlinck's symbolist play of the same . This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.
Ariadne auf Naxos, opera, Op. 60-II (TrV 228a) (revised version)
Vorspiel zur Oper
Schlußszene: ein schönes Wunder!
Elektra, opera, Op. 58 (TrV 223)
Erkennungsszene: Was willst du, fremder Mensch?
Finale: Es muß etwas geschehen sein
Thomas Beecham - Primary Artist Maria Cebotari - Soprano (Vocal) Margaret Field-Hyde - Soprano (Vocal) Karl Friedrich - Tenor (Vocal) Edith Furmedge - Soprano (Vocal) Gladys Garside - Alto (Vocals) Clemens Höslinger - Liner Notes Royal Philharmonic Chorus - Choir/Chorus Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Orchestra Erna Schluter - Soprano (Vocal) Paul Schöffler - Baritone (Vocal) Ljuba Welitsch - Soprano (Vocal) Walter Widdop - Tenor (Vocal)
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