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Rob Cowan

Rob Cowan presents waltzes from Max Reger, Oskar Nedbal, J Strauss II, Franz Schubert and Victor Herbert. Plus Mozart's Piano Sonata No 17 in B flat and Sibelius's Symphony No 5.

Rob Cowan presents many and varied waltzes, by composers ranging from Max Reger to Oskar Nedbal, but also including such popular masters of the genre as Johann Strauss II and Franz Schubert, plus the lighter touch of Victor Herbert. The Sunday Morning cycle of Mozart Piano Sonatas reaches no 17, K570 in B Flat Major, in an acclaimed historic recording by Artur Schnabel. The programme also includes Symphony No. 5 by Sibelius.

2 hours, 57 minutes

Last on

Sun 26 Apr 2015 09:00

Music Played

  • Jean‐Philippe Rameau

    Les Indes galantes: Overture

    Conductor: Hugo Reyne. Orchestra: La Simphonie du Marais.
    • Rameau: Les Indes galantes.
    • EMI.
    • 001.
  • Max Reger

    Ballet Suite: Valse d'amour and finale

    Conductor: Otmar Suitner. Orchestra: Staatskapelle Berlin.
    • Reger: Ballettsuite op. 130, etc..
    • Berlin Classics.
    • 005.
  • Erich Wolfgang Korngold

    Die tote Stadt: Mein Sehen, mein Wahnen

    Orchestra: Berlin Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Horst Stein. Singer: Hermann Prey.
    • Hermann Prey - A Life in Song.
    • EMI.
    • 004.
  • Alexander Agricola

    Salve Regina a 4

    Ensemble: Huelgas Ensemble. Conductor: Paul Van Nevel.
    • Sony.
    • 765448882-44.
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Piano Sonata No. 17 in B-flat major, K. 570

    Performer: Leon McCawley.
    • Avie.
    • AV2105.
    • 4-6.
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

    Nocturne, Op. 19 No. 4

    Performer: Istvan Vardi. Orchestra: Pannon Philharmonic. Conductor: Tibor Bogányi.
    • Tchaikovsky: Rococo Variations.
    • Brilliant Classics.
    • 002.
  • George Frideric Handel

    Handel Concerto grosso in D major, Op. 3/6, HWV317

    Orchestra: Basel Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: Julia Schröder.
    • Handel: Six Concerti Grossi Op. 3.
    • Deutsche Harmonia Mundi.
    • 017.
  • Franz Schubert

    4 Landlers D366: 1, 3, 4 & 5

    Performer: Sviatoslav Richter.
    • Richter plays Schubert.
    • Melodiya.
    • 003.
  • Oskar Nedbal

    The Tale of Simple Johnny: Valse triste

    Conductor: Václav Smetáček. Orchestra: Prague Symphony Orchestra.
    • Small Czech Musical Gems.
    • Supraphon.
    • 005.
  • Johann Strauss II

    Tales from the Vienna Woods

    Conductor: Franck Pourcel. Singer: Mady Mesplé. Orchestra: Studio Orchestra.
    • Mady Mesple - Edition du 80e anniversaire.
    • EMI.
    • 015.
  • Victor Herbert

    A la valse

    Performer: Emanuel Bay. Performer: Jascha Heifetz.
    • Heifetz: It Ain't Necessarily So.
    • Deutsche Grammophon.
    • 008.
  • Erno Dohnanyi

    Suite en valse, op. 39

    Orchestra: Miskolc Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: László Kovács.
    • Dohnanyi: Zrinya Overture, etc..
    • Hungaroton.
    • 006.
  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Adelaide, Op. 46

    Performer: Hermann Prey. Performer: Leonard Hokanson.
    • EMI.
    • 9 18493 2.
    • 1.
  • Robert McBride

    Violin Concerto

    Performer: Maurice Wilk. Conductor: Walter Hendl. Orchestra: American Recording Society.
    • Diamond, Ives, Swanson: Orchestral Works.
    • Naxos.
    • 001.
  • Jean Sibelius

    Symphony No. 5 in E flat major, Op. 82

    Conductor: Sergiu Celibidache. Orchestra: Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester.
    • Sibelius: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 5, etc..
    • Deutsche Grammophon.
    • 005.

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