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Tchaikovsky: 1812 Festival Overture, Capriccio Italien (CD)

"It's hard to believe that this, the BEST EVER 1812 Overture was not only recorded in the 1950s, but it still sounds better than any other version. This last fact is a tribute to the remastering expertise of producer Wilma Cozart Fine, and a still greater tribute to her late husband, a recording genius, for leaving her with such fantastic quality original tapes to work with. If you want real cannon, the sound of a zillion bells, and a really sensational brass band, all perfectly blended together to produce the ultimate in audio spectacle, then baby this one's for you. Wellington is, if anything, even noisier--though a lot less valuable musically. Still, it's the only logical coupling, and every single cannon blast and musket shot comes over with thrilling immediacy. What a disc!" --David Hurwitz
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SKU
528203
Performer: Deems Taylor
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Antal Dorati
Composer: Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky, Ludwig van Beethoven

Format: Audio CD
Release Date: November 14, 1995
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Mercury Living Presence

Track Listing

1 Tchaikovsky: Ouverture solennelle "1812," Op.49
by Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra & University Of Minnesota Brass Band & Antal Doráti

2 Commentary To The "1812 Overture"
by Deems Taylor

3 Tchaikovsky: Capriccio italien, Op.45
by Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and Antal Doráti

4 Beethoven: Wellington's Victory or the Battle Symphony, Op.91 - 1. Battle
by London Symphony Orchestra and Antal Doráti

5 Beethoven: Wellington's Victory or the Battle Symphony, Op.91 - 2. Symphony of Triumph
by London Symphony Orchestra and Antal Doráti

6 Commentary to "Wellington's Victory"/Sound effects
by Deems Taylor
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