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The legendary 1954 Fritz Reiner/Chicago Symphony Orchestra performance of a Strauss war horse. Recorded directly to 2-track analog by Jack Pfeiffer, the original session tapes were used in mastering for LPs and SACDS. Among the very first Living Stereo recordings ever made, these landmark performances document the start of the legendary partnership of Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
2015 re-issue of a 1966 recording of 'Four Last Songs', the "sublime and moving culmination of Richard Straussis love affair with the soprano voice".
Martha Argerich is an ideal pianist for this smashing concerto. There are several recordings of this concerto played by Martha Argerich on the market. This interpretation by Charles Dutoit and the Royal Philharmonica Orchestra has an almost genteel and operatic touch.
A wonderful amalgam of Eastern and Western classical styles - more extensive information within full details - click the pic.!