Fritz Reiner

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Fritz Reiner

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    BACH The Six Brandenberg Concertos, BWV.1046-1051
    BACH The Four Orchestral Suites, BWV.1066-1069
    Studio recordings · 1949-53
    Producer and Audio Transfer Engineer: Mark Obert-Thorn
    Cover artwork based on a photograph of Fritz Reiner and an engraving of J. S. Bach
    Total duration: 3hr 9:54

    Soloists and Chamber Group
    RCA Victor Orchestra
    Fritz Reiner, conductor
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    R. Strauss Also Sprach Zarathustra

    R. Strauss Burleske
    R. Strauss
     Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche
    Studio and live recordings · 1952-57
    Total duration: 67:28

    Fritz Reiner, conductor
    Byron Janis,
    piano
    Chicago Symphony Orchestra

    NBC Symphony Orchestra
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    Robin Hood Dell Orchestra of Philadelphia
    RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra
    conducted by Fritz Reiner
    Recorded 1950-1953
    Total duration: 78:37

    MENDELSSOHN A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Incidental Music
    GLUCK Orfeo ed Euridice – Dance of the Blessed Spirits
    LISZT Totentanz
    TCHAIKOVSKY Waltzes

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    DEBUSSY Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun - Two Nocturnes - Danse
    RAVEL 
    Daphnis and Chloe – Suite No. 2 - La Valse
    HONEGGER 
    Concertino for Piano and Orchestra
    BERLIOZ 
    Damnation of Faust – Hungarian March

    Studio and live recordings, 1938-49
    Total duration: 72:20

    Fritz Reiner, conductor
    Oscar Levant,
    piano
    Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York

    Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

    CBS Symphony Orchestra

    Columbia Symphony Orchestra
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    MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition
    PURCELL Suite from Dido and Aeneas
    CAILLIET 
    Variations on “Pop! Goes the Weasel”
    Works by J. S. Bach and Turina

    Studio recordings, 1936-46
    Total duration: 71:13

    Eugene Ormandy ∙ Leopold Stokowski
    The Philadelphia Orchestra

    Fritz Reiner ∙ Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

    Arthur Fiedler ∙ Boston “Pops” Orchestra