The Early 30s: The Symphony

A two-hour immersive mix of classical / orchestral music recorded in the years 1930 to 1933, featuring solos from Yehudi Menuhin, Fritz Kreisler and Arthur Schnabel and orchestras conducted by Edward Elgar, Maurice Ravel and Leopold Stokowski.

0:00:00 The Philadelphia Orchestra, Conducted By Leopold Stokowski – Schoenberg’s Gurre-Lieder, 1st Section
0:15:13 Arthur Schnabel – Beethoven Sonata No 31 In A Flat Major, Op 110 Moderato Cantabile Molto Espressivo
0:21:33 London Symphony Orchestra With Yehudi Menuhin, Conducted By Edward Elgar – Elgar Violin Concerto
1:11:13 Yehudi Menuhin – Paganini Kreisler Caprice No. 24
1:17:57 Georg Kulenkampff – Tambourin Chinois (Kreisler)
1:21:30 Fritz Kreisler – Liebesleid (Kreisler)
1:25:02 Joseph Szigeti – Bach Solo Violin Sonata No.1- 2nd Mvt
1:30:11 Grigoras Dinicu – Ca Pe Lunca
1:33:04 Lamoureux Orchestra, Conducted by Maurice Ravel – Ravel’s Bolero
1:48:45 Alexander Mossolov – Zavod, Symphony Of Machines
1:51:36 Wanda Landowska, Harpsichord – Variations 16-20
1:58:27 The Philadelphia Orchestra, Conducted By Leopold Stokowski – 1812 Overture Op. 49

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