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Igor Strawinsky - "Pétrouchka (Originalversion from 1911)" - Version for Orchestra and for Piano Four Hands

<Pétrouchka> is the last CD of the Stravinsky trilogy of the Sinfonieorchester Basel under its principal conductor Dennis Russell Davies. Thus, the orchestra has recorded all three major ballets by Igor Stravinsky - each in a version for orchestra and for piano duet.   Originally planned as a Piano Concerto, Stravinsky rewrote the music about the Russian carnival figure Petrushka into a ballet, following an idea of ballet impresario Sergei Diaghilev...
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Les parfums, les couleurs et les sons se répondent... Piano works by Liszt and Debussy

The first professional CD release is a decisive step in a young musician's career. Nowadays, when the shelves are already filled with recordings of almost the entire traditional piano repertoire, it is especially important to see a debut CD as an artistic achievement that illustrates the musician's personality, strong points and intentions. In choosing the repertoire, Claude Debussy's first book of Preludes moved increasingly to the forefront, being a work which I had spent a great deal of time on and which awoke in me the urge to express myself...
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J.S. Bach: Inventionen und Sinfonien BWV 772-801

Why a recording of Bach's Inventions and Sinfonias in altered order?   The 1723 fair copy of both the Inventions and the Sinfonias has the keys ordered according to the ascending scale (C major / C minor; D major / D minor etc.). There is however no compelling reason to perform them that way; there are musically more meaningful and attractive sequences. Thomas Ragossnig presents one of them on this CD for the first time. He mixes the Inventions and Sinfonias in the same key and performs them in groups of two or four...
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Dear Sir or Madam

For as long as I can remember music of all genres was always reverberating off the walls of my house in the sleepy town of Brownsville, Texas. After moving to Austin in 1995 my younger brother Mark and I formed Del Castillo in 2000. Our band was a fiery blend of old world Gypsy Flamenco meets Rock n Roll. It was here where we met film director Robert Rodriguez. We soon formed a movie band called Chingon blending Del Castillo’s raw energy with Rodriguez’s explosive films; a match made in heaven...
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My Favorite Trumpet Concertos

The most famous trumpet concertos interpreted by an Austrian soloist and a Viennese Orchestra. Josef Hofbauer is the first Austrian trumpeter in 20 years to record the great works for trumpet on a CD. He is accompanied by the Schönbrunn Festival Orchestra and its Principal conductor Guido Mancusi. “With this CD I devote myself to a journey with the Schönbrunn Festival Orchestra. A journey through various music genres and their trumpet concertos. It is also a journey through my past…...
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Acht Jahreszeiten

One cannot avoid thinking about what is arguably the most popular work of classical music. There can hardly be any better known set of melodies in the world than the themes from Vivaldi's Four Seasons. The existing literature on Vivaldi may take up a great deal of archive space, but that mass of paper seems insignificant in comparison with the power of the music itself. Now, in the 21st century, the work has successfully completed its progressive path to globalisation, having found its way into every corner of the planet, albeit often immersed in a variety of crossover sounds...
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Complete Impromptus - Schubert - Fassung fuer Harfe

At the age of 20 she became principal harp of the North German Radio Symphony Orchestra in Hamburg and was among the young soloists selected nationwide by the Deutsche Musikrat, which brought her numerous concert engagements. She also played as a guest for many years with the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra and for more than 10 years with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (at that time under the direction of Herbert von Karajan and Claudio Abbado), where she played under all the great conductors, and participated on numerous CD recordings...
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Kompositionen 2006 - 2015

The Pocket Philharmonic Orchestra‘sprevious 18-CD series, „Great music for small listeners,“ has sold over 300,000 copies to date. Produced in collaboration with the renowned newspaper die Zeit, Sony Classic and the audio publishing house Hörverlag, the series received a nomination for the ECHO Classic Award, and won both the Leopold Media Prize and the German Record Award...
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Beethoven 7

The Pocket Philharmonic Orchestra‘sprevious 18-CD series, „Great music for small listeners,“ has sold over 300,000 copies to date. Produced in collaboration with the renowned newspaper die Zeit, Sony Classic and the audio publishing house Hörverlag, the series received a nomination for the ECHO Classic Award, and won both the Leopold Media Prize and the German Record Award...
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Mahler 7

The Pocket Philharmonic Orchestra‘sprevious 18-CD series, „Great music for small listeners,“ has sold over 300,000 copies to date. Produced in collaboration with the renowned newspaper die Zeit, Sony Classic and the audio publishing house Hörverlag, the series received a nomination for the ECHO Classic Award, and won both the Leopold Media Prize and the German Record Award...
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