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Mozart & Otto Klemperer Conducts The Philharmonia Orchestra - Klemperer Conducts Mozart - TE 259 - (Condition 90-95%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
Mozart & Otto Klemperer Conducts The Philharmonia Orchestra - Klemperer Conducts Mozart - TE 259 - (Condition 90-95%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
Mozart & Otto Klemperer Conducts The Philharmonia Orchestra - Klemperer Conducts Mozart - TE 259 - (Condition 90-95%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
Mozart & Otto Klemperer Conducts The Philharmonia Orchestra - Klemperer Conducts Mozart - TE 259 - (Condition 90-95%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
Mozart & Otto Klemperer Conducts The Philharmonia Orchestra - Klemperer Conducts Mozart - TE 259 - (Condition 90-95%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
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Mozart & Otto Klemperer Conducts The Philharmonia Orchestra - Klemperer Conducts Mozart - TE 259 - (Condition 90-95%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record

The Philharmonia Orchestra is a British orchestra based in London. It was founded in 1945 by Walter Legge, a classical music record producer for EMI. Among the conductors who worked with the orchestra in its early years were Richard Strauss, Wilhelm Furtwängler and Arturo Toscanini; of the Philharmonia's younger conductors, the most important to its development was Herbert von Karajan, who though never formally chief conductor was closely associated with the orchestra in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The Philharmonia became widely regarded as the finest of London's five symphony orchestras in its first two decades.From the late 1950s to the early 1970s the orchestra's chief conductor was Otto Klemperer, with whom the orchestra gave many concerts and made numerous recordings of the core orchestral repertoire. During Klemperer's tenure Legge, citing the difficulty of maintaining the orchestra's high standards, attempted to disband it in 1964, but the players, backed by Klemperer, formed themselves into a self-governing ensemble as the New Philharmonia Orchestra. After thirteen years under this title, they negotiated the rights to revert to the original name.

Record Details

Title

Mozart & Otto Klemperer Conducts The Philharmonia Orchestra - Klemperer Conducts Mozart - TE 259

Release Year

1966

Genre

Western Instrumental

Language

English

Instrument

Orchestra

Artist

Mozart & Otto Klemperer

Label

World Record Club

Made In

Australia

Manufacture

The World Record Club PTY. LTD.

Serial No.

TE 259

Side One : Symphony No. 25 In G Minor, K.183

  • First Movement: Allegro Con Brio

 

  • Second Movement: Andante
  • Third Movement: Minuet And Trio
  • Fourth Movement: Allegro

Side Two : Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K.550

  • First Movement: Molto Allegro

 

  • Second Movement: Andante
  • Third Movement: Minuet (Allegretto) And Trio
  • Fourth Movement: Finale (Allegro Assai)

 

Specification

Size

12 Inches

Speed

33 RPM

Record Condition

90-95%

Cover Condition

Excellent (Colour Photostate)

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Artist
Artist - 1Mozart
Artist - 2Otto Klemperer
Instruments
Instrument - 1Orchestra
Record Details
GenreWestern Instrumental
LabelWorld Record Club
LanguageEnglish
Releasing Year1966
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Songs
Side1 - Song1First Movement: Allegro Con Brio
Side1 - Song2Second Movement: Andante
Side1 - Song3Third Movement: Minuet And Trio
Side1 - Song4Fourth Movement: Allegro
Side2 - Song1First Movement: Molto Allegro
Side2 - Song2Second Movement: Andante
Side2 - Song3Third Movement: Minuet (Allegretto) And Trio
Side2 - Song4Fourth Movement: Finale (Allegro Assai)