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Oskar Fried - Legendary Conductor of the 20th Century

Peter Tchaikovsky • Symphony No. 6 in b minor op.74 »Pathetique«
Camille Saint-Saëns • Danse Macabre op.40
Georges Bizet • Prelude Act I from »Carmen« • Vorspiel zum 1. Akt aus »Carmen«
Richard Wagner • Spinning Song from »The Flying Dutchman« • Spinnerchor aus »Der Fliegende Holländer«
Carl Maria von Weber • Chorus of Foresters • Jägerchor aus »Der Freischu╠łtz«
Leo Délibes • Ballet Suite from »Sylvia« • Balletsuite aus »Sylvia«

Oskar Fried; Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra; Berlin State Opera Chorus & Orchestra;
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; British Symphony Orchestra

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Georges Boulanger
The great Gipsy Violinist • Le plus célèbre violiniste gitan • Der große Zigeunergeiger Original Recordings 1934-1939 • Originalaufnahmen aus den 30er und 40er Jahren: Was ein Zigeuner fühlt, Pusztaträume, Schwarze Augen, Einsam unterm Sternenzelt, Amoureuse, Tokaj, Loin du Bal, Da capo.v.a Georges Boulanger, Violin and his orchestra

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Who and what was Georges Boulanger? Despite his preeminence as a gypsy violinist, he was no gypsy.
Born into a musical family in 1893 in Tuclea, Romania, as the son of a Greek father and Bulgarian mother,
his real name of Panzati was set aside in favor of the good sounding pseudonym.
The name Boulanger, created by his Francophile parents, soon made him world-famous.
He received the best possible training at the Bucharest Conservatory with Leopold Auer,
the most famous teacher of the time, and whose world-renowned students (i.e. Jascha
Heifetz and Nathan Milstein) were the most significant virtuosi. Georges Boulanger conquered the field in Berlin of the 1930s as one of the greatest and most famous Gypsy Violinist with his incomparable tone, his vibrato, his great virtuosity and distinguished showmanship.
Those who will listen to his recordings have had an encounter with greater art.
One can hear his delightful compositions, his standards and classics, the tangos of his
best time which, thanks to modern techniques, again sound fresh and new - better than ever.
It makes him unforgettable. Salon Music and Georges Boulanger: DA CAPO!


Tango, Tango - this album presents a selection of the best argentine Tangos from the golden era 1920-1940.
Transferred from original shellack masters in pristine quality it offers the greatest pleasure listening to the wonderful playing of the most famous argentine tango singers and orchestras.


This album may help to recall the memory of the voice phenomenon Magda Hain, who, as a 19-year-old stenographer, became one of the most popular singers for German radio listeners during WWII.
The songs that Berlin composer Gerhard Winkler wrote for her have become an integral part of German music. With this production, the voice of Magda Hain returns again to the German and international music distribution. The historic recordings, produced between 1942 and 1952, are restored in a cautious manner, so that the original sound of her splendid voice is fully retained.