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Blomdahl - Rosenberg - Berwald / Antal Dorati Conducting The Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra - Music From Sweden FLAC album


Performer: Blomdahl
Genre: Classical music
Title: Music From Sweden
Released: 1968
Style: Modern, Romantic
FLAC version ZIP size: 1187 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1597 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1978 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Blomdahl: Suite From "Sisyphos" (Choreographic Suite For Orchestra, 1954). A1c. Persephone's Dance. A1d. The Dance With Death. A1e. Sisyphos' Victory Entrance.

Antal Dorati Conducting The Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. A Stunning Recording Of These Works. Artist: Blomdahl, Rosenberg, Berwald Title: Music From Sweden Genre: Classical Type: Used - LP Label: RCA Catalog ID: VICS 1319 Country: USA Our ID: 83657. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.

Antal Doráti, KBE (9 April 1906 – 13 November 1988) was a Hungarian-born conductor and composer who became a naturalized American citizen in 1943. Antal Doráti was born in Budapest, where his father Alexander Doráti was a violinist with the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra and his mother Margit Kunwald was a piano teacher. He studied at the Franz Liszt Academy with Zoltán Kodály and Leo Weiner for composition and Béla Bartók for piano

Antal Dorati debuted with his future Stockholm orchestra in 1953 – with works including Berwald’s Sinfonie Sérieuse and Lars-Erik Larsson’s Violin Concerto on the programme – but he was not appointed chief conductor until about ten years later, after a number of new guest performances. In addition to the great classical repertoire and early twentieth century classics, for example by Bartók, Dorati presented a remarkable amount of Swedish music, especially contemporary music represented primarily by Karl-Birger Blomdahl.

The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra (Swedish: Kungliga Filharmonikerna or Kungliga Filharmoniska Orkestern, literal translations, "Royal Philharmonic" or "Royal Philharmonic Orchestra") is a Swedish orchestra based in Stockholm. The orchestra was founded in 1902 as the Stockholm Concert Society (Stockholms Konsertföreningens orkester). It became a permanent ensemble in 1914. Since 1926, it has been based at Stockholm Concert Hall (Konserthuset). Caprice Cap 1206 stereo. A very rare import!! This one being Still Sealed, Unopened, Unplayed. No holes no cuts on cover, stone mint here. Caprice Records 1973 RIKS LP 54 - Sweden recorded and released in 1981. ke hermanson (1923-1996),sweden. Born in Mollösund, Västra Götaland County. He began his studies in Gothenburg with Knut Bäck and Herman Asplöf and then studied the organ in Stockholm under Alf Linder and Henry Lindroth, and composition with Hilding Rosenberg. He was a member of the board of the Society of Swedish Composers and became its Chairman. He wrote mostly orchestral, chamber and solo instrumental works. Other Products from 20thcenturymusic (View All).

Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. Biography by Robert Cummings. The Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra is a 105-member ensemble that is the oldest major orchestra from Sweden and arguably that country's most critically acclaimed. It receives support from the Swedis. ead Full Biography.

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The performances range from Toscanini’s Wagner in 1934 to Markevitch’s Berwald in 1978 and offer a fascinating perspective on music-making in the city in a forty plus year survey, rich in local and much visiting talent. Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV565 Leopold Stokowski Recorded May 1939. 60 Antal Dorati Recorded December 1973. Franz BERWALD (1796-1868) Sinfonie singulière (Symphony No. 3) in C major Igor Markevitch Recorded September 1978. Richard STRAUSS (1864-1949) Don Juan Op. 20 Sixten Ehrling Recorded June 1964.