Julius Prüwer - The Forgotten Maestro

Forced out of his prestigious conducting post with the Berlin Philharmonic by the Nazis in 1933, Julius Prüwer, one of the few recorded conductors who knew (and may have studied privately under) Brahms made hundreds of recordings in the 1920s and early 1930s, yet has been almost entirely lost to history.

This two-CD release aims to change all that, reviving for the first time his Berlin recordings of a wide range of composers including - naturally - his complete Brahms, in fabulous transfers by Mark Obert-Thorn.

AUTUMN SALE PART 1: From 3pm Paris time, Friday 14 October, and for exactly one week, save 10% on our orchestral Digipack CDs (and downloads and regular CDs) from PASC658 to PASC674 - the discount is automatic and will be applied at the checkout.