Guido Cantelli, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Tchaikovsky, The Philharmonia Orchestra – The Art of Guido Cantelli, A Memorial to a Great Symphonic Conductor. Label: His Master's Voice – AL. 535. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. This is a very rare record, produced to tribute memorial of Guido Cantelli. Matrix, Runout (Side A Runout Stamp): 2XEA-1289-IN.
Guido Cantelli, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Tchaikovsky, The Philharmonia Orchestra - The Art of Guido Cantelli, A Memorial to a Great Symphonic Conductor. Schubert: Symphony No. 8 in B Minor ("Unfinished"), 1st Movement: Allegro moderato. Composed By – Franz SchubertConductor – Guido CantelliOrchestra – The Philharmonia Orchestra. Composed By – Ludwig van BeethovenConductor – Guido CantelliOrchestra – The Philharmonia Orchestra.
Guido Cantellis live recordings with the Philharmonia Orchestra are exceptionally rare because the BBC seldom broadcast any of his concerts. ICA Classics released Cantellis live concert from the Edinburgh Festival in September 1954 on ICAC 5081 but there has been nothing else. Toscanini was Cantellis mentor and there is no doubt that he would have continued in the great conductors footsteps had he not been tragically killed in an air accident in Paris on the 24th November 1956. He was 36 years old. The Royal Albert Hall recording made by Richard Itter in May 1953 is very well recorded for the.
Philharmonia Orchestra/Cantelli (ICA Classics). Italian conductor Guido Cantelli in Edinburgh in 1950 with the Orchestra of La Scala Milan. A Christmas solution for historic recordings fans, but any music lover should be pleased: a rare live recording of a complete Philharmonia Orchestra concert at the Royal Albert Hall, conducted by Guido Cantelli, whose brilliant career was cut short by his early death, aged 36, in 1956. Once your ears adjust, these performances of Rossini, Schumann and Brahms have engrossing flair and fizzing energy. Itter recorded them in his Buckinghamshire home on his own state-of-the-art sound equipment. An astonishing story.
The Philharmonia Orchestra Orchestra, Guido Cantelli Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 7 Length: 1:07:44. CD 1. Felix y Composer. Symphony N. in A ('Italian'), O. 0 Work. Guido Cantelli Conductor, The Philharmonia Orchestra Orchestra. Siegfried Idyll, for small orchestra in E, WWV 103 Work. 7. Siegfried Idyll, for small orchestra in E, WWV 103. 17:16. back to top ^. Similar Albums. Schubert: Symphony Nos. 5 and 8; German Dances, . 20. Toscanini conducts Mendelssohn. NBC Symphony Orchestra.
Including Johannes Brahms, Franz Schubert and Felix Mendelssohn. Including Frédéric Chopin, Franz Schubert and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
He has remained Conductor Laureate of the orchestra, conducting several weeks of concerts each year. Michael Tilson Thomas. The orchestra has a long history of recordings, most notably those made with Pierre Monteux for RCA Victor, Herbert Blomstedt for Decca, and Michael Tilson Thomas for RCA Victor and the Orchestra's own label, SFS Media. The first recording, of Auber's overture to Fra Diavolo, was made on January 19, 1925. In 1999, the Symphony hit a new commercial high on the album S&M with heavy metal band Metallica.
Cantelli was considered a conductor of characteristic Italianate verve, tempered by a sensibility to expressive nuance and balance of timbre. He was an advocate of rehearsing as well as performing without a score. He also liked to record in long takes, with the minimum of later correction. Widely regarded as Toscanini’s successor, he came to a tragic end only a few days after being appointed principal conductor at La Scala when he died in a plane crash aged only 36. Guido Cantelli was born in Novara, Italy, on 27th April 1920 and showed his musical gifts by being given a place in his father’s.
Philharmonia Orchestra, Guido Cantelli. Cantelli conducts an interpretation which is free of any idiosyncrasy. Yet there's an extraordinary electricity in his conducting, a sense of concentration and conviction which lifts the performance into one of the greatest ever set down on record. The fiery young Italian makes the vintage Philharmonia play in an inspired fashion, and the 1953 mono recording is very acceptable. A slightly edgy string sound betrays the 1951 origin of the Siegfried Idyll recording, but the performance has a tenderness, warmth and eloquence which has never been surpassed.