Frankfurt RSO/Eliahu Inbal, Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra/Bernard Haitink, New Philharmonia Orchestra/Igor Markevitch. Haitink’s Romeo is a model of sobriety, whilst Markevitch seems more fired up by the 1812 Overture than by Hamlet, which suffers from some lethargic playing.
Tchaikovsky: Complete Tone Poems. Conductor, Primary Artist. New Philharmonia Orchestra. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
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Schumann, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Eliahu Inbal - Sämtliche Symphonien (2xCD, Comp, RM). Philips Classics. Liszt, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Bernard Haitink - Complete Tone Poems Volume 1 Including Les Préludes, Orpheus, Mazeppa (2xCD, Comp, RM). Philips. Tchaikovsky, London Symphony Orchestra, Igor Markevitch - Symphonies No. -3, Francesca Da Rimini (Comp).
By Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Igor Markevitch & Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Romeo and Juliet, Fantasy Overture. By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Bernard Haitink & Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. 50. Ouverture solennelle "1812," Op. 49. By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra & Esa-Pekka Salonen.
The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is a symphony orchestra in the Netherlands, based at the Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw (concert hall). Considered one of the world's leading orchestras. Queen Beatrix conferred the "Royal" title upon the orchestra in 1988. The Concertgebouw opened on 11 April 1888. The Concertgebouw Orchestra was established several months later, and gave its first concert in the Concertgebouw on 3 November 1888, conducted by the orchestra's first chief conductor, Willem Kes.
Read the complete description. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is one of the very best orchestras in the world. But what makes the orchestra so special? Time and time again, critics have lauded its unique sound. While the exceptional acoustics of The Concertgebouw also play an important role in this respect, no other orchestra sounds like the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in the Main Hall. The influence exerted on the orchestra by its chief conductors - of which there have been only six since 1888 - and of the musicians themselves is also important.