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Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Brahms|Dvorák Serenades

Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Brahms|Dvorák Serenades (Digital)

This new BSO Classics release from the Boston Symphony Chamber Players pairs two delightful arrangements for chamber ensemble of charming, youthful serenades written originally for orchestra by Johannes Brahms and Antonín Dvorák.
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Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Mozart Brahms Schubert Poulenc Colgrass Villa-Lobos Haieff Barber

Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Mozart Brahms Schubert Poulenc Colgrass Villa-Lobos Haieff Barber (Digital)

This second of four releases encompasses the contents of the Boston Symphony Chamber Players’ second commercial release, a three-LP set issued by RCA in 1968—music of Mozart, Brahms, Schubert, Poulenc, Haieff, Villa-Lobos, and Colgrass. Also included, as a bonus, is the ensemble’s recording of Samuel Barber’s Summer Music, taped on May 9, 1968, but never previously released.
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Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Schubert, Brahms, Poulenc, Webern, Martinu, Dahl, Coker

Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Schubert, Brahms, Poulenc, Webern, Martinu, Dahl, Coker (Digital)

From 1964 to 1968, during their first four seasons, the original membership of the Boston Symphony Chamber Players made a series of historic recordings for RCA, including works central to the chamber music repertoire, as well as music by some of the day's leading composers.
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Boston Symphony Orchestra: Wagner and Sibelius

Boston Symphony Orchestra: Wagner and Sibelius (Digital)

The Boston Symphony Orchestra and Andris Nelsons are very pleased to announce their first compact disc recording, a BSO Classics release pairing the overture to Wagner’s Tannhäuser and the Symphony No. 2 of Jean Sibelius. Both works are taken from concert performances earlier this season at Symphony Hall—the Wagner from Maestro Nelsons’ inaugural concert as music director on September 27, 2014, the Sibelius from his BSO program of November 6-11.
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Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Copland, Fine, Carter, Piston

Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Copland, Fine, Carter, Piston (Digital)

From 1964 to 1968, during their first four seasons, the original membership of the Boston Symphony Chamber Players made a series of historic recordings for RCA, including works central to the chamber music repertoire, as well as music by some of the day's leading composers.
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$19.98 - $27.98

Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Schubert, Milhaud, Hindemith

Boston Symphony Chamber Players: Schubert, Milhaud, Hindemith (Digital)

From 1964 to 1968, during their first four seasons, the original membership of the Boston Symphony Chamber Players made a series of historic recordings for RCA, including works central to the chamber music repertoire, as well as music by some of the day's leading composers.
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$9.99 - $13.99

Harbison: Symphonies 1 & 2

Harbison: Symphonies 1 & 2 (Digital)

The vibrant, energetic First Symphony, premiered in 1984 by the Boston Symphony Orchestra under Seiji Ozawa, was commissioned by the BSO for its centennial. Harbison’s Second Symphony, composed a few years later, is more atmospheric in character, tracing a four-movement course from dawn, through daylight and dusk, to night. These recordings were made from live performances led by James Levine in fall 2010 as part of the BSO’s two-season survey of the complete Harbison symphonies.
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Harbison: Symphonies 3 & 4

Harbison: Symphonies 3 & 4 (Digital)

The Third Symphony, dating from 1990, is a compact, five-movement piece whose variety of character can be summed up by Harbison’s movement titles: Disconsolate, Nostalgic, Militant, Passionate, and Exuberant. The composer’s Fourth Symphony, written in 2004, bears the traces of his preoccupation with 1920s jazz from his years working on the opera "The Great Gatsby", but continues in a different, more “classical” direction.
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Harbison: Symphonies 5 & 6

Harbison: Symphonies 5 & 6 (Digital)

The Fifth and Sixth symphonies were both commissioned by the Boston Symphony Orchestra and its music director James Levine, a champion of Harbison’s work. Under Maestro Levine’s influence, both works feature a vocal component.
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Profanes et Sacrées: 20th-Century French Chamber Music - Grammy Nominated Album! (Digital)

Profanes et Sacrées: 20th-Century French Chamber Music - Grammy Nominated Album! (Digital) (Digital)

The Boston Symphony Chamber Players' new album, Profanes et Sacrées: 20th-Century French Chamber Music, features recordings of Ravel's Introduction and Allegro for harp, accompanied by string quartet, flute, and clarinet; Henri Tomasi's Cinq Danses profanes et sacrées; Henri Dutilleux's Les Citations, for oboe, percussion, harpsichord, and double bass; Debussy's Sonata for flute, viola, and harp; and Jean Françaix's Dixtuor, for wind quintet and string quintet.
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