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Brahms: The Symphonies

Brahms: The Symphonies (Digital)

The Boston Symphony Orchestra and Andris Nelsons are pleased to announce the release of their latest recordings on BSO Classics-a three-disc set of the four Brahms symphonies, recorded live during concert performances at Symphony Hall this past November, engineered by the same in-house team that produced the BSO's recent Grammy-winning Shostakovich recordings under Maestro Nelsons on Deutsche Grammophon.
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$23.99 - $30.99

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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$8.99 - $9.99

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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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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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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$19.98 - $27.98

A Boston Pops Christmas - Live from Symphony Hall - Download

A Boston Pops Christmas - Live from Symphony Hall - Download (Digital)

The album features the world-renowned musicians of the Boston Pops led by conductor Keith Lockhart, and the majestic vocals of the all-volunteer Tanglewood Festival Chorus.
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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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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

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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Williams: Oboe Concerto

Williams: Oboe Concerto (Digital)

In celebration of Boston Pops Laureate Conductor John Williams's 81st birthday on February 8, 2013, the Boston Pops is releasing a new live recording of the composer's Oboe Concerto. Written for principal Pops oboist Keisuke Wakao, the Oboe Concerto is the latest John Williams work to showcase the talented musicians of the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops. The recording took place during the world premiere performance of the work at a Boston Pops concert at Symphony Hall on May 25, 2011.
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On Willows and Birches, Concerto for Harp and Orchestra

On Willows and Birches, Concerto for Harp and Orchestra (Digital)

A previously unreleased live recording of On Willows and Birches, Concerto for Harp and Orchestra written by Boston Pops Laureate Conductor John Williams for former BSO Principal Harpist Ann Hobson Pilot, is now available for purchase. The orchestral work was recorded live at Symphony Hall on October 3, 2009 and features the Boston Symphony Orchestra led by former BSO Assistant Conductor Shi-Yeon Sung.
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Lights, Camera...Music! Six Decades of John Williams

Lights, Camera...Music! Six Decades of John Williams (Digital)

Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Orchestra salute John Williams with a new CD showcasing the remarkable diversity of his film music. The selections, which date from 1968 to 2015, were recorded live in Pops concerts (May 2016 and April 2017) and encompass both the familiar (Star Wars) and the rare (The Towering Inferno, Sleepers). Lights, Camera ... Music! Six Decades of John Williams  is a must-have for movie buffs and Pops fans alike.
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$10.99 - $12.99

Plain Song, Fantastic Dances: Chamber Music By American Composers

Plain Song, Fantastic Dances: Chamber Music By American Composers (Digital)

The Boston Symphony Chamber Players have recently released their new all-American album, Plain Song, Fantastic Dances: Chamber Music By American Composers, featuring works by Lukas Foss, William Bolcom, Michael Gandolfi, and Osvaldo Golijov. The album features world premiere recordings of Michael Gandolfi's Plain Song, Fantastic Dances, Lukas Foss's For Aaron, and William Bolcom's Serenata Notturna, as well as a recording of Osvaldo Golijov's Lullaby and Doina.
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Mozart Symphonies: 14, 18, 20, 39 and 41

Mozart Symphonies: 14, 18, 20, 39 and 41 (Digital)

This new recording tracks the creative evolution of Mozart through a series of five influential symphonies. The first three pieces, Symphonies 14, 18, and 20, were written when Mozart was only fifteen and sixteen years old. Symphonies Nos. 39 and 41, were composed in a whirlwind of creative fervor in a few weeks' time in the summer of 1788, and each is distinctly unique.
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$14.99 - $22.99

The Dream Lives On: A Portrait of the Kennedy Brothers

The Dream Lives On: A Portrait of the Kennedy Brothers (Digital)

The Boston Pops released an album featuring the live recording of the world premiere performances of The Dream Lives On: A Portrait of the Kennedy Brothers, composed by Peter Boyer, which took place at Symphony Hall May 18 & 19 with guest narrators Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Ed Harris, and Cherry Jones under the direction of Keith Lockhart.
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TFC: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus

TFC: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus (Digital)

The 40th-anniversary celebration CD features works by J.S. Bach, Bruckner, Copland, Antonio Lotti, and Frank Martin, drawn from live Prelude Concert performances that took place in Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood from 1998 to 2005, under the direction of John Oliver.
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$7.99

Tanglewood Music Center 75th Anniversary Archival Digitization Project

Tanglewood Music Center 75th Anniversary Archival Digitization Project (Digital)

In 2015, in honor of its 75th anniversary, the Tanglewood Music Center released forty-five recordings from its audio archive, stretching back to the inaugural season in 1940. Now, selected releases from this project are available for download here, free of charge.
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12 Days of Christmas

12 Days of Christmas (Digital)

This is the traditional "The 12 Days of Christmas" with excerpts from other popular songs skillfully integrated within the melody and lyrics! Think of it as a parody.The new arrangement by Broadway composer and arranger David Chase, was recorded live at Symphony Hall during the 2008 Holiday Pops season and features the Boston Pops Orchestra and Tanglewood Festival chorus under the direction of Keith Lockhart.
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$3.99 - $4.99

The Red Sox™ Album

The Red Sox™ Album (Digital)

On those soft summer nights when the excited and the expectant gather in the Cathedral that is Fenway ParkTM the roar of the crowd often floats above the old ballyard and carries across the neighborhood toward Symphony Hall where a tradition as rich as baseball plays themes of memory. Music is in the air.
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$7.99 - $8.99

Oscar and Tony: Award-Winning Music From the Stage and Screen

Oscar and Tony: Award-Winning Music From the Stage and Screen (Digital)

Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops released Oscar and Tony, the orchestra's third self-produced and distributed recording. Oscar and Tony includes some of the best-loved music to come out of Hollywood and Broadway in the last half-century.
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$8.99

Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra: Live Performances 2006

Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra: Live Performances 2006 (Digital)

The fellows of the Tanglewood Music Center are truly the future of classical music and their performances are not only brimming with passion, energy, and devotion but extremely technically sound and musically sensitive playing.
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$8.99

Mozart Chamber Music for Winds and Strings

Mozart Chamber Music for Winds and Strings (Digital)

BSO principal players bring their skill and musicianship as individual performers together for this masterful set of Mozart chamber music. Rich sonorous strings and clear full winds fill this recording with expressive weight and gorgeous sound. This is passionate and intelligent playing by some of the world's best.
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$8.99 - $12.99

America

America (Digital)

Our recordings and July Fourth television shows have made the Boston Pops the musical instrument on which all Americans play the tunes that make them ponder and celebrate our land and our freedom, reminding us what we hold dear in our lives, most of which is embodied in one word, "America".
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$6.99

Sleigh Ride

Sleigh Ride (Digital)

There is no time of the year like the holidays, and no other celebration is so centered around and dependent on the ongoing gift of music. "Sleigh Ride" marks Keith Lockhart's ninth recording with the Boston Pops. (Partial Album)
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$6.99

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Serge Koussevitzky

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Serge Koussevitzky (Digital)

This disc celebrates the work of the legendary BSO maestro Serge Koussevitsky. One of these classic works is Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra, performed here by the Boston Symphony in a recording that was never commercially released.
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$8.99

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Seiji Ozawa: Part 1

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Seiji Ozawa: Part 1 (Digital)

Seiji Ozawa was music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for twenty-nine years, from 1973 to 2002, longer than any other music director in its history. Seiji himself chose the repertoire on this album not only to highlight the orchestra’s brilliant playing but also to recognize composers or works long associated with the BSO. Bartók’s Bluebeard’s Castle and Strauss' Duet Concertino are featured here.
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From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Erich Leinsdorf

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Erich Leinsdorf (Digital)

Many who played under Vienna-born Erich Leinsdorf—the BSO’s music director from 1962 to 1969— recall his special sympathy and affinity for the Slavic repertoire, memories borne out on this disc by his performances of Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 1 and the Suite from Janácek’s Cunning Little Vixen.
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From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Pierre Monteux

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Pierre Monteux (Digital)

In this disc, music director and guest conductor Pierre Monteux conducts a collection of Romantic classics by Richard Strauss and Ralph Vaughn Williams. Monteux was familiar, not just with Strauss's music, but with Strauss himself, and it shows in the depth of understanding that he displays in this music.
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From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - William Steinberg

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - William Steinberg (Digital)

William Steinberg was music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1969 to 1973, and renowned for his performances of Bruckner. The conductor is represented here by a single large work—the composer’s monumental Symphony No. 8, this recording of which is notable for its majesty, wisdom, warmth, and skill, in stunningly rich sound deriving from the original quadraphonic source.
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From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Seiji Ozawa: Part 2

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Seiji Ozawa: Part 2 (Digital)

Seiji Ozawa was music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for twenty-nine years, from 1973 to 2002, longer than any other music director in its history. Seiji himself chose the repertoire on this album not only to highlight the orchestra’s brilliant playing but also to recognize composers or works long associated with the BSO. Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms, joins Trois Petites Liturgies de la Présence divine.
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From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Guest Conductors: Part 1

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Guest Conductors: Part 1 (Digital)

This album of guest conductors includes a theatrically forward-pressing 1961 broadcast under American conductor Thomas Schippers of Verdi's overture to La Forza del destino, an intense and thrillingly virtuosic Romeo and Juliet by Tchaikovsky led by Kiev-born Igor Markevitch in his American debut; a vivid and exciting recording of Respighi's Pines of Rome with Toscanini-protégé Guido Cantelli.
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From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Guest Conductors: Part 2

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Guest Conductors: Part 2 (Digital)

In this second album of BSO guests Leopold Stokowski conducts two works, the Overture to Don Giovanni and a Tchaikovsky's Hamlet (with cuts), while Rafael Kubelik brings a pioneering recording of Martinu's powerful Double Concerto for Two String Orchestras, Piano, and Timpani featuring pianist Charles Wilson and renowned BSO timpanist Everett Firth.
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From the Broadcast Archives: Encores & Rehearsals

From the Broadcast Archives: Encores & Rehearsals (Digital)

On this third album devoted to BSO guest conductors, Berlin-born Bruno Walter, always so authoritative in Haydn, leads a sparkling performance of the composer's lively and engaging Symphony No. 92, Richard Burgin, who became the longtime BSO concertmaster for Koussevitzky and Munch, leads the colorful Divertimento from Stravinsky's Fairy's Kiss ballet. Aaron Copland conducts his own musical evocation of New York, the atmospheric Music for a Great City.
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From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Encores/Rehearsals

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Encores/Rehearsals (Digital)

This final album from the “Symphony Hall Centennial Celebration” of archival broadcasts gives us Berlioz from Seiji Ozawa and Colin Davis, some familiar Prokofiev from Charles Munch; some Holst from Bernard Haitink; music by Fauré personally chosen by Joseph Silverstein, another longtime BSO concertmaster; and a rehearsal excerpt with Leonard Bernstein preparing the BSO for the world premiere of Messiaen's Turangalîla-symphonie.
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From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Director and Principal Guest Conductors

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Director and Principal Guest Conductors (Digital)

This disc features the only three conductors ever to hold the title principal guest conductor” with the BSO. The esteemed British conductor Colin Davis is heard in a blazing performance of Vaughan Williams' Symphony No. 4, the young Michael Tilson Thomas in his 1972 broadcast of the young Prokofiev's startlingly brash and extroverted Scythian Suite, and the Dutch maestro Bernard Haitink in a beautifully shaped 1992 account of Schubert's youthful Symphony No. 3.
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From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Charles Munch

From the Broadcast Archives: 1943-2000; Music Directors - Charles Munch (Digital)

This disc devoted to Charles Munch, BSO music director from 1949 to 1962, features him in the French repertoire he was famous for, including the Prelude to Fauré’s Pénélope; ravishing performances of Debussy’s La Mer and Ravel’s La Valse from his valedictory season as music director; Franck’s symphonic poem, Le Chasseur maudit (“The Accursed Huntsman”); and more.
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$8.99