Willem Mengelberg Lijst van Opnames

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Victor (acoustic)

  • Beethoven: Coriolan Overture
    [M]C26300~26301
    [78s]US Victor 74756~57(single sided), 6223(double sided)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 11, 1922, at Camden, N.J.

  • Beethoven: Symphony #5 c-moll op.67 ~ 1st. mvt. (Fifth)-1
    [M]B26302~26305
    [78s]US Victor 1069(double sided only)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 11 and 14, 1922, at Camden, N.J.

  • Weber: Oberon overture
    [M]C26303~26304
    [78s]US Victor 74766~67 (single sided), 6224(double sided)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 14, 1922, at Camden, N.J.

  • Liszt: Les Predules 1~2 sides (Prelude)-1-1
    [M]C26306~26307
    [78s]US Victor 74780~81(single sided), 6225(double sided)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 18, 1922, at Camden, N.J.

  • Liszt: Les Preludes 3~4 sides (Prelude)-1-2
    [M]C26308~26309 (the 4th side was dubbed to be C26309)
    [78s]US Victor 74782~83(single sided), (the 12 inch duplicated from 4 th side was 74838)
    6373(double sided)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 20, 1922, at Camden, N.J.

  • Tchaikovsky: Symphony #6 h-moll ~ 2nd and 4th mvts. (Pathetique)-1
    [M]C27841 (2nd mvmt), C27842 (4th mvmt)
    [78s]US Victor 74816 (single sided) ~ 2nd mvmt
    74817(single sided) ~ 4th mvmt
    6374a (double sided) ~ 2nd mvmt
    6374b (double sided) ~ 4th mvmt
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 19 (2nd) and 23 (4th), 1923, at Camden, N.J.

  • Saint-Saens: Le Rouet d'Omphale, op.31(Omphale)-1
    [M]B27846~27847
    [78s]US Victor 66222~23 (single sided), 989(double sided, 12cm)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 23, 1923, at Camden, N.J.

  • J. Strauss II: Tales from the Vienna Woods (Woods)-1
    [M]C27848
    [78s]US Victor 74845 (single sided), 6427b(double sided)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 23, 1923, at Camden, N.J.

  • Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings ~ Waltz (Serenade)-1
    [M]C27853
    [78s]US Victor 74844 (single sided), 6427a(double sided)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 26, 1923, at Camden, N.J.

  • Scubert: Rosamunde ~ Intermezzo
    [M]C27854
    [78s]US Victor 6479b(double sided only)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 26, 1923, at Camden, N.J.

  • Mengelberg: Praeludium on the Dutch National Anthem
    [M]C29790-2
    [78s]US Victor unissued
    Pavilion Records (U.K.) GEMM CDS 9922-1-3
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 14, 1924, at Camden, N.J.

  • Wagner: The Flying Dutchman
    [M]C29791~2
    [78s]US Victor unissued
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 14, 1924, at Camden, N.J.

  • Mendelssohn: Athalie op.74 ~ War March of the Priests
    [M]C29900
    [78s]US Victor 74904 (single sided), 6464a (double sided)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 16, 1924, at Camden, N.J.

  • Halvorsen: Festival March of Voyars
    [M]C29901
    [78s]US Victor 74905 (single sided), 6464b (double sided)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 16, 1924, at Camden, N.J.

  • Schubert: Rosamunde overture
    [M]C29905
    [78s]US Victor 6479a (double sided only)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on April 17, 1924, at Camden, N.J.

Brunswick

  • Tchaikovsky: Marche Slav
    [M]XE17323 & XE17328
    [78s]US Brunswick 50072 (80rpm)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 4, 1926, in the Chapter Room, Carnegie Hall..

  • Tcaikovsky: Symphony #5
    [M]unknown (12 sides)
    [78s]US Brunswick unissued
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January , 1926, in the Chapter Room, Carnegie Hall

  • Wagner: Ride of the Valkyries
    [M]XE17330 (There existed written as XE17329)
    [78s]US Brunswick 50161
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 4, 1926, in the Chapter Room, Carnegie Hall
    This coupled to Toscanini's MSND Scherzo (XE17797)

  • J. Strauss II: Artist's Life op.316
    [M]XE21159
    [78s]US Brunswick 50096b
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 10, 1927, in the Chapter Room, Carnegie Hall

  • J. Strauss: Tales from the Vienna Woods op.325 (Woods)-2
    [M]XE21163
    [78s]US Brunswick 50096a
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 10, 1927, in the Chapter Room, Carnegie Halll

  • J. Strauss: Blue Danube
    [M]?
    [78s]US Brunswick unissued
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded in 1927 in the Chapter Room, Carnegie Hall

  • J. Strauss II: Wiener Blut
    [M]?
    [78s]US Brunswick unissued
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded in 1927 in the Chapter Room, Carnegie Hall

Victor (electorical)

  • Wagner: The Flying Dutchman overture
    [M]CVE29791-6 and CVE29922-7
    [78s]US Victor 6547, HMV D1056, J. Victor 6547, HMV DB905 and D1056
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on October 6, 1925, in New York

  • Schelling: A Victory Ball
    [M]BVE33554-3/55-2/56-4/57-2
    [78s]US Victor 1127~8
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on October 9, 1925, in New York

  • R. Strauss: Ein Helden Leben Es-dur op.40
    [M]CVE47925-1 (Dec. 11)
    CVE47926-4/27-2/28-2/29-1/30-2 (Dec. 12)
    CVE47931-3/32-2/33-2/34-2 (Dec. 13)
    [78s]US Victor 6982~86, J. HMV D1711~5, D7321~5* and D7653~7*
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on December 11~13, 1928, at Carnegie Hall in New York
    * for auto changer player

  • Wagner: Forest Murmurs (Siegfried)
    [M]CVE47935-3/36-2
    [78s]US Victor 7192, J. Victor JD1570 (Aug., 1939), ND225 (Post War)
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on December 14, 1928, at Carnegie Hall in New York

  • Meyerbeer: Le Prophete ~ Coronation March
    [M]CVE48903-1
    [78s]US Victor 7104a, HMV D1716, J. Victor 7104a, JD1659a, HMV D1716
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 15, 1929, at Carnegie Hall in New York

  • Saint-Saens: Le Rouet d'Omphale op.31(Omphale)-2
    [M]CVE48904-2/05-1
    [78s]US Victor 7006, HMV D1704
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 15, 1929, at Carnegie Hall in New York

  • Mendelssohn: Athalie op.74 ~ War March of the Priests
    [M]CVE48906-1
    [78s]US Victor 7104b, HMV D1716, J. Victor 7104b, JD1659b, HMV D1716
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 16, 1929, at Carnegie Hall in New York

  • J.C. Bach (arr. Stein): Sinfonia B-dur op.18-2 (complete)
    [M]CVE48907-3/08-2/09-1
    [78s]US Victor 7483~84a, HMV 1988~9, J. Victor 7483~84a, JD2017~18a, ND946~7a
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 16, 1929, at Carnegie Hall in New YorkYork

  • Haendel (arr. Goehler): Alcina Suite
    [M]BVE48910-2/11-1/12-2/13-4
    [78s]US Victor 1435~36, HMV E548~9, J. Victor 1435~36, JE187~8, NF4065~6
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 16, 1929, at Carnegie Hall in New York

  • J.S. Bach (arr. Mahler): Air d-dur BWV 1068
    [M]CVE48914-3
    [78s]US Victor 7484b, HMV D1989, J. Victor 7484b, HMV DB10115~6
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 16, 1929, at Carnegie Hall in New York

  • Beethoven: Symphony#3 Es-dur op.55
    [M]CVE58152-3/53-3/54-3/55-3/56-3/57-1/58-2/59-1/60-2/61-1/62-1 (Jan.4)
    CVE58172-2/73-2/74-2 (4th. mvt Jan. 9)
    [78s]US Victor 7439~45, J. Victor 7439~45, HMV DB1599~605, DB7105~11*, DB7502~8*
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 4 and 9, 1930, at Liederkranz Hall in New York
    *Auto changer

  • Beethoven: Symphony#1 c-dur op.21
    [M]CVE58175-2/76-1/77-3 (1st. mvt)/78-1/79-2 (4 th. mvt)/80-2/81-2/82-1 (2nd. and 3rd. mvts)
    [78s]US Victor 7211~14, J. Victor 7211~14, HMV D1867~70, DB4210~3, D7268~71*, D7649~52*
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 9, 1930, at Liederkranz Hall in New York
    *Auto changer

  • Mozart: Magic Flute overture
    [M]BVE58189-2/190-2
    [78s]US Victor 1486, HMV E564, J. Victor 1486
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 14, 1930, at Liederkranz Hall in New York

  • Beethoven: Egmont overture op.84
    [M]CVE58191-1(used in early pressing)/191-2(used in later pressing)/192-1
    [78s]US Victor 7291(take 1), J. Victor 7291, HMV D1908, DB6003, VD8010, ND109
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 14, 1930, at Liederkranz Hall in New York

  • Humperdinck: Hansel and Gretel overture
    [M]CVE58193-1/94-2
    [78s]US Victor 7436, J. HMV D1950
    New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    recorded on January 14, 1930, at Liederkranz Hall in New York

British Columbia

  • Wagner: Tannheuser overture (Dresden version)
    [M]WAX1538-1/39-3/40-2/41-3
    [78s]B. Col. L1770~1, J. Col. J7023~4
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May, 1926, at City Hall, Amsterdam

  • Berlioz: Two experts from "Damnation of Faust" op.24
    [M]WAX1542: Hungarian March
    WAX1543: Dance of Sylphs
    [78s]B. Col. L1810, J. Col. J7036
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May, 1926, at City Hall, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Egmont overture
    [M]WAX1544-3/45-1
    [78s]B. Col. L1799, J. Col. J7069
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May, 1926, at City Hall, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Coriolan overture
    [M]WAX1546-2/1547-2
    [78s]B. Col. L1848, J. Col. J7070
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May, 1926, at City Hall, Amsterdam

  • Mahler: Symphony#5 ~ Adagietto sehr langsam
    [M]WAX1548/49
    [78s]B. Col. L1798, J. Col. J7032
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May, 1926, at City Hall, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky: Symphony#5 ~ 3rd. mvmt
    [M]WAX2831/32 (French Odeon: xxB7855~56)
    [78s]French Odeon only: 123533 (B. Col. unissued)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 10, 1927, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky: Symphony#5 ~ 2nd. mvmt
    [M]WAX2833~36 (French Odeon: xxB7857~60)
    [78s]French Odeon only: 123534~35 (B. Col. unissued)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 10, 1927, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • J.C. Bach: Sinfonia B-moll ~ 1st. and 2nd. mvmts
    [M]WAX2837-1/38-1
    [78s]B. Col. L2047, J. Col. J7260
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 10, 1927, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Wagner: Lohengrin Prelude to Act one
    [M]WAX2839/40
    [78s]B. Col. L1948, J. Col. J7250
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 10, 1927, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Cherubini: Anacreon overture
    [M]WAX2841-2/42-1/43-1
    [78s]B. Col. L1972~73a, J. Col. J7196~97a
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 10, 1927, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#8 ~ Allegretto scherzando
    [M]WAX2844-1
    [78s]B. Col. L1973b, J. Col. J7197b
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 10, 1927, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky: Symphony#5 ~ e-moll
    [M]WAX3629-3/30-3/31-3/32-3/33-2/34-3/35-2/36-2/37-4/38-2/39-3/40-3/41-3
    [78s]B. Col. L2176~82, J. Col. J7313~19 and JW419~25a
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 10, 1928, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Weber: Oberon overture
    [M]WAX3642-3/43-2/44-2
    [78s]B. Col. L2312~13a, J. Col. J7525~26a
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 12, 1928, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdamam

  • Mendelssohn: Scherzo from MSND
    [M]WAX3645-2
    [78s]B. Col. 9560b, J. Col. J7323b
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 12, 1928, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky ~ Serenade for Strings ~ Waltz (Serenade)-2
    [M]WAX3646-3
    [78s]B. Col. L2182b, J. Col. J7319b, JW2826b, JW425b and W299
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 12, 1928, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Mendelssohn ~ Scherzo from MSND Alternate take
    [M]WAX3645-1
    [78s]US. Col. 67486
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 12, 1928, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky: Serenade for strings ~ Waltz Alternate take
    [M]WAX3646-1
    [78s]unissued
    [CD] Pavilion Records GEMM CDS 9070-3-7
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 12, 1928, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky: Symphony#4 f-moll
    [M]WAX5034-5/35-1/36-2/37-1/38-2/39-1/40-3/41-1/42-2/43-1
    [78s]B. Col. L2366~70, J. Col. J7615~19
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 11-15, 1929, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Liszt: Les Preludes G.97 (Prelude)-2
    [M]WAX50344-2/45-2/46-2/47-2
    [78s]B. Col. L2362~3, J. Col. J7611~12
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 11-15, 1929, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Bizet: L'Arlesienne ~ Adagietto
    [M]WAX5048-3
    [78s]B. Col.DX6b, J. Col. J8176b
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 11-15, 1929, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Leonere Overture No.3 op.72b
    [M]WAX5593-2/94-2/95-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX129~30a, J. Col. J7857~58a
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 30, 1930, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Brahms: Academic Festival Overture op.80
    [M]WAX5596-1/97-2/98-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX58~59a, J. Col. J7806~07a
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 30, 1930, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet (Fantasy overture)
    [M]WAX5599-2/600-2/01-2/02-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX55~56, J. Col. J7877~78
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 30, 1930, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Ravel: Bolero
    [M]WAX5603-1/04-1/05-1/06-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX48~49, J. Col. J7718~19
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 31, 1930, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Turkish March
    [M]WAX5607-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX130b, J. Col. J7858b
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 31, 1930, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Brahms: Symphony#1 c-moll op.68 ~ 3rd. mvmt
    [M]WAX5608-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX59b, J. Col. J7807b
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 31, 1930, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Weber: Euryante overture
    [M]WAX6124-2/25-3
    [78s]B. Col. LX157, J. Col. J7964
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 1, 1931, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Weber: Der Freischuetz overture
    [M]WAX6126-2/27-3
    [78s]B. Col. LX154
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 1, 1931, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Coriolan overture op.62
    [M]WAX6128-2/29-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX167, J. Col. J8042
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 1, 1931, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Egmont overture op.84
    [M]WAX6130-2/31-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX161, J. Col. J8027, JW375
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 2, 1931, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Leonore Overture No.1op.138
    [M]WAX6132-1/33-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX160, J. Col. J7965, JW376
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 2, 1931, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • J.S. Bach: Suite No.2 in h-moll for flutes and strings, BWV1067
    [M]WAX6134-2/35-1/36-2/37-2/38-1/39-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX134~6, J. Col. J7891~3, JW318~20 and W170~2
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 2, 1931, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Grieg: Two Elegiac Melodies op.34
    [M]WAX6140-2 (Heart Wounds), 6141-1 (The Last Spring)
    [78s]B. Col. LX168, J. Col. J8002
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 3, 1931, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Wagner: Tannheuser overture (Dresden version)
    [M]WAX6416-3/14-3/15-2/16-1
    [78s]B. Col. LX170~1, J. Col. J8092~3
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 9, 1932, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Brahms: Symphony#3 f-dur op.90
    [M]WAX6417-2/18-1/19-2/20-1/21-2/22-2/23-3/24-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX220~3, J. Col. J8154~7
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 10, 1932, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Suppe: Poet and Peasant overture
    [M]WAX6425-2/26-2
    [78s]B. Col. LX179, J. Col. J8096
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 11, 1932, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • J. Strauss II: Perpetuum Mobile op.257
    [M]WAX6428-1
    [78s]B. Col. LX240a, J. Col. J8257a
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in May 11, 1932, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

Decca

  • Gluck: Alceste overture
    [M]AMA168-2/69-2
    [78s]B. Decca K771, J. Pol. 45236
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 24, 1935, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • J.S. Bach: Concerto for 2 violines
    [M]AMA170-1/171-1/172-1/173-1
    [78s]Netherlands Decca only K20043~4
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in June 24, 1935, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

Telefunken

  • Tchaikovsky: Symphony #6 h-moll "Pathetique" -2
    [M]022100~022109(?)
    [78s]unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on May 3 or 4, 1937, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    A rumor of this recording was proposed by Mr. Hajime Suga who is an extensive 78s collector in Japan. He writes in disk magazine "Record-geijutsu" that he have got a photocopy of some recording-cards of Pathetique Symphony made by German Telefunken. The written matrix numbers in them was continuous to that of the recording of Symphony #5 by Beethoven. He insisted probability of exsistence of 1st. version of Pathetique. (TH)

  • Beethoven: Symphony #5 c-moll op.67 (Fifth)-2
    [M]022110~17
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2210~13
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on May 4, 1937, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    best: Japanese King K30Y-251

  • Vivaldi: Concertogrosso a-moll op.3-8
    [M]022616~18
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2401~02a
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on December, 1937, (date unknown) at Concertgebouw
    best: Japanese private LP M-1003R

  • J. S. Bach ( arr. Telico): Air
    [M]022665
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2402b, Jap. Tel. 23661b
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on December 21,1937, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    best: phonomuseum PMCD-102 (CD)

  • Tchaikovsky: Symphony #6 h-moll (Pathetique) -3
    [M]022666-75 (without take No.)
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2214-18, J. Tel. 23681-85
    [LP] Deuche Telefunken 10010
    [CD] WPCS-4327-30 (Warner Music Japan; Remastering engineer: Haruhiko Kohri)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on December 21, 1937, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Berlioz: Roman Carnival overture
    [M]022676-77
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2489
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on December 21, 1937, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    best: SYMPOSIUM 1078 (CD)

  • Beethoven: Symphony #6 f-dur op.68
    [M]022708-17
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2424-28
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded from December, 1937, to January, 1938.
    best: J. King K30Y-252 (CD)

  • Franck: Psyche et Eros
    [M]022718-19
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2463, J. Tel. 73605, G9068
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in January, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    best: Can. Rococo 2011 (LP)

  • Tchaikovsky: String Serenade
    [M]023643-48
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2901-3, J. Tel. 53601-3, G9016-18
    [CD] WPCS-4327-30* (Warner Music Japan; Remastering engineer: Haruhiko Kohri)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 7, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    *WPCS-4327-30 contains two versions of this piece: remastered recordings from 78s and metal maters.

  • Beethoven: Symphony #1 c-dur
    [M]023649~54
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2270~2
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 8, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • R. Strauss: Don Juan
    [M]023659~62
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2743~44
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 8 or 9, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony #8 f-dur
    [M]023663~68
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2670~72
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 9, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Brahms: Symphony #4 e-moll
    [M]023703~12
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2773~77
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 29, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert: Rosamunde, overture
    [M]023713~14
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3008
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 30, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Debussy: Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un Faune
    [M]023715~16
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2955
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 30, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • R. Mengelberg (arr.): National Anthem of the Netherlands
    [M]23717(25cm), 023717(30cm)
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) A2899a (25cm), Neth. Tel. NK1965a(30cm)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 30, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    Original piece was composed by Marnix von St. Aldegonde as 'Wilhelms von Nassauen.

  • Valerius: Niederlaendisches Dankgebet
    [M]23718(25cm), 023718(30cm)
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) A2899b(25cm), Neth. Tel. NK1965b(30cm)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 30, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    arranged by J. Wagenaar

  • Beethoven: Symphony #4 B-dur
    [M]023719~26
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2794~97
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 1, 1938, (023719~21, 1 & 3 mov.)
    and November 2, 1938, (023722~26, 2 & 4 mov.)
    at Concertgpbouw, Amsterdam.

  • Brahms: Symphony #2 d-dur
    [M]024858~67
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3075~79
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 9, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky: 1812 overture
    [M]024872~75
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3080~1
    [CD] WPCS-4327-30 (Warner Music Japan; Remastering engineer: Haruhiko Kohri)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 9, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Dopper: Ciaconna Gotica
    [M]024876~80
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3155~7a
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 9, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • R. Mengelberg: Salve Regina
    [M]024882~84
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3084~5a
    (sop.) Jo Vincent
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 9, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • H. Andriessen: Magna res est amor
    [M]024885
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3085b
    (sop.) Jo Vincent
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 9, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky: Symphony #5 e-moll
    [M]025071~82
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3086~91
    [CD] WPCS-4327-30 (Warner Music Japan; Remastering engineer: Haruhiko Kohri)
    Berliner Philharmoniker
    recorded on July 8, 1940, at Berlin

  • Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto B-moll
    [M]025083~90
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3092~5; Ultraphon G 14273~6 (Czechoslovakia)
    [CD] WPCS-4327-30* (Warner Music Japan; Remastering engineer: Haruhiko Kohri)
    (Pf.) Conrad Hansen
    Berliner Philharmoniker
    recorded on July 11, 1940, at Berlin
    *This set has both versions of 78s by Telefunken and Ultraphon. It is noted that there is a significant difference between the two versions in the second movement. Probably, different microphones were simultaneously used for the two versions. The two performances themselves sound identical to each other, but the tone balance sounds different.

  • Beethoven Symphony #3 Es-dur "Sinfonia Eroica"
    [M]025350~61
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3117~22
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 11, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Roentgen: Six Early Netherlands Dances ~ #5, 6
    [M]025362
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3157b
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 11 (?), 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Franck: Symphony in d-moll
    [M]025367~76
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3145~49
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 12, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nuernberg ~ Overture
    [M]025377~8
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3145~49
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November 12, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky Symphony #6 h-moll "Pathetique" -4
    [M]022666~75 (with take numbers)
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3176~80
    [CD] WPCS-4327-30* (Warner Music Japan; Remastering engineer: Haruhiko Kohri)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 22, 1941, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    *The 78s used for the remastering was by the courtesy of Syunichi Hotta, Osaka, Japan.

  • R. Strauss: Ein Helden Leben
    [M]025639~48
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3181~85
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April, 1941, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Dvorak: Symphony #9 e-moll "From the New World"
    [M]0225639~48
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3181~85
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April, 1941, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven Symphony #2 in d-dur op. 36
    [M] 025659~66
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded in April 24, 1941, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    Unissued. Probably the original metal master is lost. This item was discovered by Mike Gray when he by himself visited German Telefunken. He directly reported me just after his discovery. (TH)

  • Borodin: In the Steppes of Central Asia
    [M]025667~68
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3198
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April, 1941, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • R. Strauss: Death and Transfiguration
    [M]026403~08
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3738~40
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 14, 1942, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven Symphony #5 (remake) c-moll op. 67
    [M]022110~17
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK2210~13
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 15, 1942, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    This recording is available only on Teldec's CD, 3984-28408-2, although Teldec states that it is taken from the 1937 version. This 1942 version is the remake one of the famous 1937 version. According to Mark Obert-Thorn's note on a booklet in Pearl's GEMS 0074, this brand-new recoding succeeded the former matrix numbers for 1937 version. No reports are given that 78s of the brand-new version are found. This suggests that Teldec maintains some metal masters even after the war and floods.

  • Berlioz: Experts from "Damnation of Faust"
    [M]026409~11
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3243~44a
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April in 1942, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Wagenaal: Cyrano de Bergerac ~ Overture
    [M]026412~15
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3744~45
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April in 1942, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert: Military March D.733
    [M]026416
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3244b
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April in 1942, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Brahms: Tragic Overture
    [M]026417~20
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3327~28
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April in 1942, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert: Symphony #9 c-dur
    [M]026989~7001
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3341~46
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November in 1942 at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert: Symphony #8 h-moll
    [M]027002~07
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3352~54
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November in 1942 at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: The Creatures of Prometheus ~ Experts
    [M]027008~09
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November in 1942 at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Turkish March
    [M]027010
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3713
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November in 1942 at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Mozart: Eine kleine nacht Musik
    [M]027008~09
    [78s] Telefunken (Germany) SK3750~51
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on November in 1942 at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

Philips

  • J.S. Bach: Matthaeus Passion BWV.244
    [AVRO No.] Only this item was recorded by sound-track technology.
    [LP] A-00320/2L, A-00150/3L, ABL-3035/8, FL-5561/3, ML-4687/9(set SL-179)
    (Evangelist, ten.) Karl Erb, (Jesus, bas.) Willem Ravelli, (sop.) Jo Vincent, (alt.) Ilona Durigo, (ten.) Luis van Tulder, (bas.) Herman Shey
    Amsterdamer Toonkunst-chor
    (Knabenchor) "Zanglust" ~ Chorus Master: Willem Hespe
    (organ) Piet van Egmond
    (harpsichord) Johannes den Hertog
    (Vn.) Louis Zimmermann
    (Oboe d'amore) G. Blanchard
    (Oboe da caccia) W. Peddemors
    (flute) Hubert Bahrwahser
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 2, 1939, (Palm Sunday) at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Mahler: Symphony#4 g-dur
    [AVRO No.] 57-0055 M
    [LP] W-09911L, PHM-500040, A-02847L in C73AX204, FL-5600, TV-4425 (Turnabout), SFON-10598
    (sop.) Jo Vincent
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. November 9, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert: Symphony#8 h-moll D.759
    [AVRO No.] 56-0027 M, 58-2873 M, 57-0054 M
    [LP] W-09908L, FL-5602
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Mon. November 27, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#1 c-dur op.21
    [AVRO No.] HM-00677, 57-0050M, 57-0008M, 71-0640
    [LP] W-09900L, FL-5564, HE 301(Pavilion Records)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on October 27, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    This recording is sometimes assigned to April 14, 1940.

  • Beethoven: Symphony#8 f-dur op.93
    [AVRO No.] ?
    [LP] W-09900L, FL-5564
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. April 18, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam.

  • Beethoven: Symphony#5 c-moll op.67
    [AVRO No.] 57-0068 M, 54-0039 M, 71-0653
    [LP] W-09906L, FL-5570, GL-5689, G-03111L, SFON-10597
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. April 18, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#2 d-dur op.36
    [AVRO No.] ?
    [LP] W-09901L, FL-5565
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. April 21, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#6 f-dur op.68 "Pastoral"
    [AVRO No.] ?
    [LP] W-09903L, A-02846L in C73AX204, FL-5567, SFON-10597
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. April 14, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#4 B-dur op.60
    [AVRO No.] ?
    [LP] W-09902L, GL-5806 FL-5566, SFON-10603
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. April 25, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#7 a-dur op.92
    [AVRO No.] 55-0034 M, 57-0051 M
    [LP] W-09904L, FL-5568, SFON-10602
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. April 25, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#9 d-moll op.125
    [AVRO No.] 57-0045 M, 57-0067 M, 55-0028 M
    [LP] W-09905/6L, FL-5569/70, SFON-10593
    (sop.) To van der Sluys, (alt.) Suze Luger, (ten.) Louis van Tulder, (bar.) Willem Ravelli
    Amsterdam Toonkunst-chor
    Royal Oratorio Society
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. May 2, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Franck: Symphony d-moll
    [AVRO No.] 57-0062 M
    [LP] W-09908L, FL-5602
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. October 3, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Brahms: Symphony#1 c-moll op.68
    [AVRO No.] ?
    [LP] W-09907L, FL-5603, SFON-10600
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. October 13, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem
    [AVRO No.] 57-0048 M
    [LP] W-09912/13L, FL-5604/5, TV-4445/6 (Turnabout)
    (sop.) Jo Vincent, (bar.) Max Kloos
    Toonkunst-chor, Amsterdam
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. November 7, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Fidelio overture op.72c
    [AVRO No.] 59-1823M, 71-0686
    [LP] W-09901L, FL-5565, SFON-10602
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. October 13, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    Many records state that this recording was made on April 28.

  • R. Strauss: Don Juan op.20
    [AVRO No.] 55-0006 M, 58-2873 M, 57-0053 M
    [LP] W-09908L, FL-5602
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. December 12, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert: Symphony#9 c-dur D.944
    [AVRO No.] 57-0069 M, 55-0023 M
    [LP] W-09909L, PHM-500041, FL-5601, PHM-500199 in SPS4-905
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. December 19, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert: Rosamunde ~ three experts D.797
    [AVRO No.] 57-0059 M, HM-0018
    [LP] W-09908L, FL-5602
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. November 27, 1941, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    Assigned along the analysis by Ronald Klett.

Hungaroton

  • Bartok: Concerto for violin No.2
    [AVRO No.] ST-28519
    (Vn.) Zoltan Szekely
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on March 23, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    world premiere performance.

Private

  • R. Strauss: Death and Transfiguration (fragments)
    [AVRO No.] Bell Laboratories Archive
    [CD] NYP 9702
    New York Philharmonic
    recorded on April 2, 1924, at Carnegie Hall, New York.
    This series of NYP recordings are test recordings by Bell Laboratories.

  • J.S. Bach: Matthaeus Passion BWV.244 (Fragments)
    [AVRO No.] HM 0157
    [CD] ADCD 109 (Band 8) about 25minutes
    (Evangelist, ten.) Karl Erb, (Jesus, bas.) Willem Ravelli, (sop.) Jo Vincent, (alt.) Ilona Durigo, (ten.) Luis van Tulder, (bas.) Herman Shey
    Amsterdamer Toonkunst-chor
    (Knabenchor) "Zanglust" ~ Chorus Master: Willem Hespe
    (organ) Piet van Egmond
    (harpsichord) Johannes den Hertog
    (Vn.) Louis Zimmermann
    (flute) Hubert Bahrwahser
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. April 5, 1936, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Puccini: 'Un bel di vedremo' (Mme Butterfly)
    [AVRO No.] 57-0060 M
    [LP] GMV-S1 (side A) (17cm, 33rpm, Japanese private)
    [CD] ADCD 109 (Band 1)
    (sop.) Grace Moor
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Tue. January 23, 1936, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Alberto Pestalozza: Ciribiribin (encore)
    [AVRO No.] 57-0060 M
    [CD] ADCD 109 (Band 1)
    (sop.) Grace Moor
    recorded on Tue. January 23, 1936, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Mendelssohn: MSND ~ Overture, Nocturne and Scherzo
    [AVRO No.]
    [CD] ADCD 111 (Band 1) (Archive Documents, London)
    BBC Symphony Orchestra
    recorded on Sat. January 19, 1938, at Queens Hall, London

  • Interview: Radio interview in Munich
    Feburuary 2, 1938

  • Haendel: "Hallelujah" Chorus (Messiah) CBC.130
    [AVRO No.] HM 0159, 57-0052 M
    [LP] AD 103(side B) (Archive Documents, London)
    [CD] King
    Toonkunstkoor, Amsterdam
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Tue. May 7, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#9 d-moll op.125
    [AVRO No.] HM 00683
    [CD] ADCD 113 (Archive Documents, London)
    (sop.) To van der Sluys, (alt.) Suze Luger, (ten.) Louis van Tulder, (bar.) Willem Ravelli
    Toonkunstkoor, Amsterdam
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Tue. May 31, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    This recording is stated to be made on May 1, 1938 on the cover of ADCD113. Besides, in FONOTHEEK, the sopran was assigned to be Corrie Bijster.

  • Debussy: Fantasy for piano and orchestra
    [AVRO No.] 57-0323 M
    [CD] CD270 (Band 4~5), CD780 (-2)(Band 5~6) (both are made by MAPA)
    (Pf.) Walter Gieseking
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. October 6, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe Suite No.2
    [AVRO No.] HM 0020
    [LP] Canada Rococo 2066 (side B, Band 2)
    [CD] KICC 2061 (Band 5~7) (Japanese King Records)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. October 6, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings c-dur op.48
    [AVRO No.] HM 0006
    [LP] RR425 (Discocorp, US)
    [CD] KICC 2059 (Band 1~4) (Japanese King Records)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. October 9, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • J.S. Bach: Cantate No.202 BWV.202 (Wedding Cantata)
    [AVRO No.] 57-0043 M
    [CD] KICC 2056 (Bands 1~9) (Japanese King Records licensed by MAPA)
    (sop.) To van der Sluys
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Mon. April 17, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • J.S. Bach: Suite for flutes and strings No.2 h-moll
    [AVRO No.] 57-0324 M
    [CD] ADCD 112 (Band 1)(Archive Documents, London)
    (fl.) Hubert Barwahser
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Mon, April 17, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • J.S. Bach: Clavier concerto No.5 (BWV.1056)
    [AVRO No.] 57-0043 M
    [CD] ADCD 112 (Band 2)(Archive Documents, London)
    (Pf.) Agi Jambor
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Mon. April 17, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Bloch: Violin concerto a-moll
    [AVRO No.] 57-0047 M
    [CD] MAPA CD-270 (Band 1~3)
    (Vn.) Joseph Szigety
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. November 9, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    In FONOTHEEK, the recording date is Nov. 9, 1936.

  • Mahler: Lieder eines Fahrenden Gesellen
    [AVRO No.] HM-0007, 56-0002 M, 57-0323 M, 60-0335 M
    [LP] AD 103(side B) (Archive Documents, London), Jap. privates M-5003, GMV-7
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2063
    (bas.) Hermann Shey
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. November 9, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Kodaly: Peakock Variations
    [AVRO No.] HM-0013, 57-0056 M
    [LP] Canada Rococo 2059 (side B)
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2062
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. November 23, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    world premier performance

  • Tchaikovsky: Symphony#5 e-moll op.64
    [AVRO No.] HM-0143
    [LP] US Discocorp RR-425
    [CD] MAPA CD-780 (1-1/4), Jap. King Records KICC-2059
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. November 26, 1939, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    The CD of MAPA contains almost the whole recording, but the other lack many bars in the second movement.

  • Hindemith: Violin concerto
    [AVRO No.] HM-0015
    [CD] ADCD-110 (Band 4) (Archive Documents, London)
    (Vn.) Ferdinand Helmann
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. March 14, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    world premier performance

  • Rachmaninov: Piano concerto No.3 d-moll
    [AVRO No.] 57-0325 M
    [LP] US International Piano Library IPA-505, Jap. Col. OZ-7563
    [CD] MAPA CD-250 (Band 4~6)
    (Pf.) Walter Gieseking
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. March 28, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Wagenaar: De Getemde Feeks overture op.25
    [AVRO No.] 57-0056 M, 60-0335 M
    [LP] MRF
    [CD] Neth. Colofon COLOFON-4 (The 100th. anniversary of the COA)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. October 10, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schumann: Piano concerto
    [AVRO No.] 57-0326 M
    [LP] US Opus 78, Soviet Melodia, Jap. private M-1004 (side B)
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2061
    (Pf.) Emil von Sauer
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. October 10, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Mozart: Piano concerto No.19 f-dur K.459
    [AVRO No.] 57-0052 M
    [LP] US Curtain Call CC-234 (4-A2~B1)
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2057
    (Pf.) Willem Andriessen
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. October 13, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Wagner: Tannheuser overture
    [AVRO No.] 57-0054 M, 58-2354 M
    [LP] Curtain Call CC-234 (2-B2)
    [CD] MAPA CD-780 (4-7), Jap. King Records KICC-2055
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. October 27, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Bruch: Violin concerto No.1 g-moll op.26
    [AVRO No.] HM-0002
    [LP] Canada Rococo 2029 (side B), Jap. Bruno Walter Soc. BWS1005 (side B)
    [CD] MAPA CD-780, Jap. King Records KICC-2060 (4~6)
    (Vn.) Guila Bustabo
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. October 27, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Rachmaninoff: Piano concerto No.2 c-moll op.18
    [AVRO No.] HM-0021, 57-0058 (M?)
    [LP] Canada Rococo 2029 (side A), Curtain Call CC-234 (5-B)
    [CD] MAPA CD-250 (1~3)
    (Pf.) Walter Gieseking
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. October 31, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Franck: Variations Symphoniques
    [AVRO No.] 59-1823 M, 57-0324 M
    [LP] US Opus MLG-70b
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2061
    (Pf.) Walter Gieseking
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. October 31, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    Many literatures state this recording was made on October 13, 1940. In this work, I am due to FONOTHEEK.

  • Weber: Oberon overture
    [AVRO No.] HM-0005
    [LP] Curtain Call CC234 (3-B-2)
    [CD] MAPA CD-780, Jap. King Records KICC-2056
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. October 13, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    FONOTHEEK states this recording was made on November 13.

  • J.S. Bach: Cantata No.57 BWV.57
    [AVRO No.] HM-0004
    [LP] AD-104 (A)
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2063
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. November 7, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Julius Roentgen: Old Dutch Dances No.1~6 op.46
    [AVRO No.] 56-0027 M, 57-0065 M
    [LP] Neth. Philips DE99273 (45rpm, 17cm)
    [CD] Neth. Colofon COLOFON-4 (1~6)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. November 10, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Cornelis Dopper: Symphony#7
    [AVRO No.] 57-0063 M
    [LP] Past Masters PM16 (A1~B1)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. December 8, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Alexander Voormolen: Sinfonia
    [AVRO No.] 57-0053M
    [LP] Past Masters PM-16 (B-2)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on October 30, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Kodaly: Hary Janos suite
    [AVRO No.] HM-1131, HM-0012, 54-0039 M, 57-0060 M
    [LP] Canada Rococo 2059 (A)
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2062
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. December 12, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Pfitzner: Cello concerto g-dur op.42
    [AVRO No.] HM-1131, HM-0012, 54-0039 M, 57-0060 M
    [LP] Canada Rococo 2058, US Past Masters PM33
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2062
    (Vc.) Gaspar Cassado
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. December 12, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert (arr. Cassado): Arpeggione Sonatas a-moll D.821
    [AVRO No.] HM-0154
    [LP] Jap. privatate GMV-7 (A), Brit. Archive Documents AD-104 (B)
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2063, US MAPA CD-780
    (Vc.) Gaspar Cassado
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. December 12, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert: Claudine von Villabella: Liebe Schwaermt auf allen Wegen
    [AVRO No.] HM-0154
    [CD] ADCD-109 (3) (Archive Documents, London)
    (Sop.) Betty van den Bosch-Schmidt
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. December 19, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Scubert: Rosamunde: Der vollmund strahlt
    [AVRO No.] 57-0065 M
    [CD] ADCD-109 (2)
    (Sop.) Betty van den Bosch-Schmidt
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. December 19, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Schubert: Vedi quanto adoro
    [AVRO No.] HM-0154
    [CD] ADCD-109 (4)
    (Sop.) Betty van den Bosch-Schmidt
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. December 19, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    The CD ADCD-109 states the band 4 is "Bella mia Fiamma" by Mozart, but this is a mistake.

  • Beethoven: Symphony#7 a-dur op.92
    [AVRO No.] 58-2982 M
    [LP] Jap. privates GMV-4 (side A~B-1)
    [CD] ADCD-111 (Archive Documents, London)
    Berliner Rundfunksorchester
    recorded in January 28th, 1942.
    This recording was believed to be made in 1939, but it has been clarified that it was made on January 28, 1942, in Berlin.

    This information was published in an issue of the Dutch Mengelberg Society, which was copied by Mike Gray for Eric Derom. Eric's e-mail was forwarded by Frank Forman as follows. (TH)

    In the last magazine of the Dutch Mengelberg Society, an undated article was published that I got from Mike Gray and edited for the magazine. The article came from the magazine of German Radio (RRG). In that article, a concert given by Mengelberg with the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra is mentioned, the program mentioning Dutch music and Beethoven 7th. In that paper, it is also mentioned that the Beethoven was recorded for later broadcast.In the archives of Dutch radio, a Beethoven 7th exists, played by the same orchestra, and now available on CD, e.g. No. 5 in Michael Thomas' Mengelberg collection. He dates it 1939/40.Further research by the editorial board of the Dutch W.M. Society makes it possible to attribute an exact date to this live recording:It took place at the Great Concert Hall of German Radio at the Masurenallee, in Berlin, on January 28th, 1942.I suggest that you divulgate this interesting finding resulting from a collaborative effort of Mike Gray, myself, and the editorial board of the Dutch W.M. Society in your newsletter. Kind regards,Eric

  • Mozart: Flute concerto No.2 d-dur K.314
    [AVRO No.] 58-2995 M
    [LP] Curtain Call CC234 (4-A-1)
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2057
    (Fl.) Hubert Barwahser
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. May 3, 1942, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Mozart: Exultate Jubilate K.165
    [AVRO No.] HM-0144
    [LP] Curtain Call CC234 (4-B-2)
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2057, ADCD-109 (Archive Documents, London)
    (sop.) Ria Ginster
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. May 3, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Mozart: Magic Flute overture K.620
    [AVRO No.] HM-1046
    [LP] ADCD-103 (B-1), Jap. private GMV-5 (B-2)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. May 3, 1944, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    This may be a magnetic recording.

  • Beethoven: Piano concerto No.5 Es-dur op.73 "Emperor" (Fragments)
    [AVRO No.] HM-0022
    [LP] AD-106 (A)
    (Pf.) Cor de Groot
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sat. May 9, 1942, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Weber: Oberon: Ozean du ungeheuer J.306
    [AVRO No.] HM-0085
    [LP] Curtain Call CC234 (3-B-3)
    [CD] ADCD-109 (6)
    (Sop.) Ruth Horna
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. March 18, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
  • Beethoven: Symphony #2 d-dur
    [AVRO No.] HM-0121
    [CD] TAHRA 391-393
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on March 21, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
  • Wagner: Tristan and Isolde overture and death of love
    [AVRO No.] ?
    [LP] ADCD-103
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2054 (6)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. March 18, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam.
    This recording was reassigned to Pierre Monteaux with COA. Please refer to the following e-mail written by Samir Golescu to Eric Derom. (TH)

    Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2000 13:05:17 -0500 (CDT)
    Subject: Re: Mengelberg - Tristan
    Nice to have the occasion to mail you for the first time. You have the reputation of knowing all Mengeberg recordings. I am unaware that there are two recordings of the Tristan prelude & Liebestod. Could you tell me more about that? Lables, dates, etc...?
    I believe there are several lables claiming to have the Tristan Prelude on LP or CD. I have one or two of these. Honestly, I never compared them thoroughly, but I alwways supposed that they were the same. Is there any evidence that there are differences? And if so, can you identifiy them? In one of the recordings I have, the falsification is a very obvious, as has been pointed out by members of the Dutch Mengelberg Society. I believe that in the Michael Thomas recording (or was it another Japanese label), you clearly hear that the source used to let hear Mengelberg knocking the desk with his batton is different from the source from which the music originates. Two different sources are put together, that is not difficult to hear at all (differences in hiss, an a clear joint of two tapes). Listening to the differrent Tristan prelude recordings with the Concertgebouw in the archives of Holland Radio, Johan Maarsingh discovered that what has been claimed to be conducted by Mengelberg, was exactly the same recording the have in the archives, but conducted by Pierre Monteux in 1952. I am waiting for your undoubtedly interesting reply.

    NOTE :

    Berlioz: Damnation of Faust three experts
    [AVRO No.] HM-0122
    [LP] Curtain Call CC234 (2-B-3)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. March 12, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Dvorak: Violin concerto
    [AVRO No.] HM-0096
    [LP] Curtain Call CC234 (5-A)
    [CD] MAPA CD-780, Jap. King Records KICC-2058
    (Vn.) Maria Neuss
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. March 25, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
  • Brahms: Symphony #1, c-mol op.68
    [AVRO No.] HM-0088
    [CD] TAHRA 391-393
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Tue. April 13, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Brahms: Violin concerto d-fur op.61
    [AVRO No.] HM-0147
    [LP] Curtain Call CC234 (2-A~2-B-1)
    [CD] MAPA CD-780, Jap. King Records KICC-2055
    (Vn.) Herman Krebbers
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Tue. April 13, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Cherubini: Anacreon overture
    [AVRO No.] HM-0079
    [CD] ADCD-111 (2) (Archive Documents, London)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. April 15, 1943, at Radio Studio, Amsterdam

  • Grieg: Peer Gynt suite No.1 op.46
    [AVRO No.] HM-0096
    [LP] Canada Rococo 2066 (A~B-1)
    [CD] ADCD-108 (6) (Archive Documents, London)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. April 15, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    FONOTHEEK assigns this recording to April 19.

  • Chopin: Piano concerto #2, f-moll op.21 (fragments)
    [AVRO No.] HM-0003
    [CD] ADCD 114 (Archive Documents by Michael G. Thomas)
    (pf.) Theo van der Pas
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 19, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Egmont overture op.84
    [AVRO No.] HM-0016, 56-0002 M, 71-0686 M
    [LP] Curtain Call CC234 (1-B-2)
    [CD] MAPA CD-780, Jap. King Records KICC-2054
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. April 29, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#3 Es-dur op.55 "Sinfonia Eroica"
    [AVRO No.] HM-0159
    [LP] Curtain Call CC234 (1-A~1-B-1)
    [CD] MAPA CD-780, Jap. King Records KICC-2054
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. May 6, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    The MAPA CD assign this performance to that of April 14, 1940. Mr. Ronald Klett [president of Willem Mengelberg Society (US)] denies this assignment later on the NEWSLETTER of Megelberg Society.

  • Beethoven: Symphony #8, f-dur op.93
    [AVRO No.] HM-0158, 57-0015M, 71-0670
    [CD] TAHRA 391-393
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on May 13, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Dvorak: Cello concerto h-moll
    [AVRO No.] Archive in French Radio
    [LP] US Past Masters PM33, Jap. private M-1009 (B)
    [CD] Jap. King Records KICC-2058 (4~6)
    (Vc.) Maurice Gendron*
    Paris Radio Orchestra
    recorded on Mon. January 16, 1944, in Paris.
    *The soloist may be assigned to Paul Tortelier.

  • Brahms: Symphony#3 f-dur op.90
    [AVRO No.] 60-0335 M, HM-0123
    [CD] MAPA CD-780, ADCD-107*
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. February 27, 1944, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    The pitch of this CD is lower.

  • Liszt: Piano concerto #1, Es-dur
    [AVRO No.] HM-0120
    [CD] ADCD 114 (Archive Documents by Michael G. Thomas)
    (pf.) Marinus Flipse
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on February 27, 1944, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Liszt: Hungarian Fantasia
    [AVRO No.] Archive in Radio Breslau
    [LP] Jap. Private GMV-4 (B-2), AD-105 (A-1)
    (Pf.) Wilhelm Backhaus
    Radio Breslau Orchestra
    recording data: unknown

  • Schubert: Rosamunde~ Ballet Music #1, Entr'acte #3 and Ballet Music #2
    [AVRO No.] unknown
    [CD] ADCD 114 (Archive Documents by Michael G. Thomas)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recording data unavailable; not listed in FONOTHEEK

Unissued

  • Wagner: Flying Dutchman (fragment)
    [AVRO No.] Bell Laboratories Archive
    unissued
    New York Philharmonic
    recorded in 1924 at Carnegie Hall, New York.
    This recording was provided by Frank Forman.

  • Mendelssohn: Violin concerto
    [AVRO No.] Bell Laboratories Archive
    unissued
    New York Philharmonic
    (Vn.)
    recorded in 1924 at Carnegie Hall, New York.
    This recording was provided by Frank Forman.

  • Max Trapp: Piano concerto op.26 (Fragments)
    [AVRO No.] HM 0024
    (Pf.) Walter Gieseking
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. October 24, 1935, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony #2 d-dur
    [AVRO No.] HM-0001, 55-0006, 57-0008M, 71-0640
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on May 14, 1936, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony #6 f-dur op.68 "Pastral"
    [AVRO No.] HM-0155
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on May 17, 1936, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony #7 a-dur op.92
    [AVRO No.] 71-0783, 57-0066
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on May 21, 1936, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • National Anthem of the Netherlands
    [AVRO No.] HM-0158
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on December 20, 1936, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Berlioz: Symphony Fantastic op. 14 ~ 2nd. movement
    [AVRO No.] BBC archive
    unissued
    BBC Symphony Orchestra
    recorded on January 18, 1938
    Frank Forman provided me with a tape of this recording. (TH)

  • Mendelssohn: Midsummer night's dream ~ Overture, Scherzo and Nocturne
    [AVRO No.] BBC archive
    unissued
    BBC Symphony Orchestra
    recorded on January 18, 1938.
    Frank Forman provided me with a tape of the pieces. (TH)

  • Beethoven: Symphony #6 f-dur op.68 "Pastral"
    [AVRO No.] HM-0156, 57-0012, 71-0670
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on May 22, 1938, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#3 Es-dur op.55 "Sinfonia Eroica"
    [AVRO No.] HM-0164, 57-0189M, 71-0686
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 14, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Julius Roentgen: Old Dutch Dances No.1~6 op.46
    [AVRO No.] HM-0079
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 16, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Violin concerto d-dur
    [AVRO No.] 57-0046M, 61-3199M
    unissued
    (Pf.) Louis Zimmerman
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 18, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    Only the first movement is available

  • Beethoven: Fidelio overture op.72
    [AVRO No.] 57-0046 M, 71-0686
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Sun. April 28, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Ravel: Piano concerto for left hand
    [AVRO No.] 59-1823M
    unissued
    (Pf.) Paul Wittgenstein
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Feburuary 28, 1937, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Tschaikovsky: Symphony #4 f-moll ~ the last movement
    [AVRO No.] HM-0026
    [CD] Q-disk 97015 (disk-4, track 8)
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. May 26, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
    under the direction of Eduard van Beinum.
    This fragment recording was believed to be conducted by Willem Mengelberg. When I made an inquiry to Radio Hilvelsum, a reply was given that it was truly conducted by Mengelberg for Tschaikovsky's 100th anniversary after his birth (1840). Nevetheless, an eleven-fold CD set for Eduard van Beinum was issued in the late 2000, in which it was cleared that the fragment recording was due to Beinum, since Mengelberg was not available in Amsterdam. The concert was scheduled to be given by Mengelberg, and it was printed on programs that the conductor was Mengelberg. This is why the recording was believed to be due to Mengelberg. Further investigation, however, clarified that Mengelberg was in Berlin at that time, and he could not return to Amsterdam. Beinum conducted the concert in place of Mengelberg.
    Q-disk's track enables us to believe that the fragment is truly conducted by Beinum, not by Mengelberg. This CD merges the rest movements made in 1941 (also by Beinum) with the last movement into one complete symphony.

  • Alexander Voormolen: Sinfonia
    [AVRO No.] 57-0053 M
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Thu. October 31, 1940, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony #9 d-moll op.125
    [AVRO No.] HM-0160
    unissued
    (sop.) Corrie Bijster, (alt.) Suze Luger, (ten.) Frans Vroons, (bar.) Willem Ravelli
    Toonkunstkoor, Amsterdam
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on Tue. May 15, 1942, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

  • Beethoven: Symphony#1 c-dur op.21
    [AVRO No.] HM-0083
    unissued
    Concertgebouworkest, Amsterdam
    recorded on April 18, 1943, at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

Tahra uitgaves ( mei 7, 2001) :

Tah 231 "The Mengelberg Legacy, Vol. I"
Schubert: Sonata Arpeggione
Soloist: Gaspar Cassado (Live)
Schubert: Symphony No. 9
Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, Recorded 1940 - 1943

Tah 274/75 "The Art de Willem Mengelberg, Volume II"
J. Brahms, Columbia and Telefunken 78rpms
Symphonies No. 2, 3 & 4
Tragic Overture (op. 81)
Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, (Remastered from the original acetates)

Tah 391/93 "Historic unissued Live Recordings [1942-1943]"
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 2 (21.III.1943)
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 3 (5.III.1942?)
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 8 (13.V.1943)
Johannes Brahms - Symphony No. I (13.IV.1943)
Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam
Historical previously unissued recordings (restored) made in the Hall of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw

Tah 401-402 Previously unissued Mengelberg recordings - Volume II: two recordings with the Vienna Philharmonic (Salzburg 1942), interview of Mengelberg of Munich 1938: the booklet contains his complete discography as well as a photographic report of the conductor's CHASA, his Swiss cottage to which he was cofined after the war. Release: 19 April 2001

Hubert Wendel, een Franse organist produceert op kleine schaal cd's. Van Mengelberg zijn momenteel 32 volumes beschikbaar à raison van 12 Euro per stuk, inclusief porto.
Hubert Wendel zijn website: http://www.willem-mengelberg.com/

Naxos historical

Mengelberg : BRAHMS 8.110164

Mengelberg : BRAHMS JOHANNES BRAHMS Academic Festival Overture 01. Academic Festival Overture 11:08 Symphony No.1 - 3rd movement Op.68 02. Symphony No.1 - 3rd movement, Op.68 04:27 Symphony No.3 in F major Op.90 03. I allegro con brio 13:02 04. II Andante 07:07 05. III Poco allegretto 05:39 06. IV Allegro 09:25 Tragic Overture Op.81 07. Tragic Overture, Op.81 14:36 Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam Willem Mengelberg, conductor

Mengelberg : BRAHMS Symphonies Nos.2 & 4 8.110158

Mengelberg : BRAHMS Symphonies Nos.2 & 4 JOHANNES BRAHMS Symphony No.2 in D major Op.73 01. Allegro non troppo 13:10 02. Adagio non troppo 09:33 03. Allegretto grazioso 05:11 04. Allegro con spirito 09:13 Symphony No.4 in E minor Op.98 05. Allegro non troppo 12:29 06. Andante moderato 11:49 07. Allegro giocoso 06:22 08. Allegro energico e passionato 09:51 Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam Willem Mengelberg, conductor

Mengelberg : R. STRAUSS Ein Heldenleben 8.110161

Mengelberg : R. STRAUSS Ein Heldenleben RICHARD STRAUSS Ein Heldenleben Op.40 01. The Hero 04:17 02. The Hero's Adversaries 03:18 03. The Hero's Companion 11:07 04. The Hero's Battlefield 08:40 05. The Hero's Works of Peace 04:13 06. The Hero's Retreat from the World and Fulfilment 10:35 Ferdinand Helman, violin Tod und Verklarung Op.24 07. Tod und Verklarung,Op.24 23:44 Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam Willem Mengelberg, conductor

recensies van deze drie cd's

The Radio Recordings, a 10 CD set with many recordings never available before.
All transfers are first class. Extra: a DVD with film fragments of various concerts
All recordings with the Concertgebouworchestra
contents:
CD 1
CARL MARIA VON WEBER 1786-1826
Overture Oberon (1825-26)
AVRO 13/10/1940
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 1770-1827
Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat major, Op.73 'Emperor'
Cor de Groot, piano
Nederlandsche Omroep 9/5/1942
GUSTAV MAHLER 1860-1911
Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (1883-85)
Hermann Schey, baritone
AVRO 23/11/1939
GUSTAV MAHLER 1860-1911
from: Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor (1901-02)
Part III: Adagietto
Columbia 5/1926
CD 2
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH 1685-1750
Cantata 'Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten', BWV 202 (1718-23)
To van der Sluys, soprano
AVRO 17/4/1939 (Studio recording)
FRANZ SCHUBERT 1797-1828
from: Claudine von Villa Bella D.239 (1815)
Liebe schwärmt auf allen Wegen
Ständchen D.920 (1827)
from: Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern D.797 (1823)
Romanze: Der Vollmond strahlt auf Bergeshöhn'
Betty van den Bosch-Schmidt, soprano
Ladies Amsterdams Toonkunstkoor
AVRO 19/12/1940
JOHANNES BRAHMS 1833-1897
Symphony No.3 in F major Op.90 (1883)
Nederlandsche Omroep 27/2/1944
CD 3
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 1756-1791
Overture Die Zauberflöte, KV 620 (1791)
Nederlandsche Omroep 5/3/1942
Flute Concerto No.2 in D, KV 314 (1778)
Hubert Barwahser, flute
Nederlandsche Omroep 5/3/1942
Bella mia fiamma ... Resta, o cara, KV 528 (1787)
Ria Ginster, soprano
Nederlandsche Omroep 5/3/1942
MAX BRUCH 1838-1920
Violin Concerto No.1 in G minor, Op.26 (1868)
Guila Bustabo, violin
AVRO 27/10/1940
GIACOMO PUCCINI 1858-1924
from: Madama Butterfly (1904)
Un bel di vedremo
Grace Moore, soprano
AVRO 23/1/1936
ALBERTO PESTALOZZA 1851-1934
Ciribiribin (1910)
Grace Moore, soprano
Gibner King, piano
AVRO 23/1/1936
CD 4
JOHAN WAGENAAR 1862-1941
Overture De getemde feeks, Op.25 (1909)
AVRO 10/10/1940
FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN 1810-1849
Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor, Op.21 (1830)
Theo van der Pas, piano
Nederlandsche Omroep 9/4/1943
PYOTR IL'YICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893
Symphony No.5 in E minor, Op.64 (1888)
AVRO 26/11/1939
CD 5
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH 1685-1750
Harpsichord Concerto in F minor, BWV 1056
Agi Jambor, piano
AVRO 17/4/1939 (Studio recording)
ZOLTÁN KODÁLY 1882-1967
Háry János Suite, Op.15 (1927)
AVRO 12/12/1940
JOHANNES BRAHMS 1833-1897
Violin Concerto in D, Op.77 (1878)
Herman Krebbers, violin
Nederlandsche Omroep 13/4/1943
CD 6
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 1770-1827
Overture Egmont, Op.84 (1810)
Nederlandsche Omroep 29/4/1943
BÉLA BARTÓK 1881-1945
Violin Concerto No.2, Sz 112 (1937-38)
Zoltán Székely, violin
AVRO 23/3/1939 (World premiere)
ZOLTÁN KODÁLY 1882-1967
Variations on a Hungarian Folksong 'The Peacock' (1938-39)
AVRO 23/11/1939 (World premiere)
CD 7
RICHARD WAGNER 1813-1883
Overture Tannhäuser (1843-45)
AVRO 10/8/1940
CLAUDE DEBUSSY 1862-1918
Fantaisie (1889-90)
Walter Gieseking, piano
AVRO 6/10/1938
MAURICE RAVEL 1770-1827
Suite No.2 from Daphnis et Chloé (1912)
AVRO 6/10/1938
HECTOR BERLIOZ 1803-1869
from: La Damnation de Faust, Op.24 (1854-56)
Ballet des Sylphes
Menuet des Follets
Marche Hongroise
Nederlandsche Omroep 21/3/1943
CD 8
EDVARD GRIEG 1843-1907
Peer Gynt Suite No.1, Op.46 (1875)
Nederlandsche Omroep 15/4/1943
ERNEST BLOCH 1880-1959
Violin Concerto (1937-38)
Joseph Szigeti, violin
AVRO 9/11/1939
RICHARD STRAUSS 1864-1949
Tod und Verklärung, Op.24 (1888-89)
Telefunken 4/1942
CD 9
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 1770-1827
Symphony No.9 in D minor, Op.125 'Choral' (1822-24)
To van der Sluys, soprano
Suze Luger, contralto
Louis van Tulder, tenor
Willem Ravelli, bass
Amsterdams Toonkunstkoor
Koninklijk Oratoriumkoor
AVRO 31/5/1938
CD 10
GUSTAV MAHLER 1860-1911
Symphony No.4 in G (1892-1910)
Jo Vincent, soprano
AVRO 9/11/1939
DVD
Introduction
CARL MARIA VON WEBER 1786-1826
Overture Oberon (1825-26)
(Tobis-Klangfilm Paris)
GEORGES BIZET 1838-1875
from L'arlésienne (1872)
Adagietto
(Tobis-Klangfilm Paris)
HECTOR BERLIOZ 1803-1869
from: La Damnation de Faust, Op.24 (1854-56)
Marche Hongroise
(Tobis-Klangfilm Paris)
Q-Disc 97016 10 cd-set+DVD dfl. 219,95/ Euro 79.95Willem Mengelberg: Maestro Appasionato, all recordings with the Concertgebouworchestra
contents:
CD 1
Vivaldi: Concerto Grosso op. 3/8 (21/12/1937)
Bach: Concerto in d BWV 1043; L. Zimmermann, F. Hollmann (violins)(24/06/1935)
Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik K. 525 (12/1940)
Von Weber: Overtures 'Die Freischuetz Oberon' (12/06/28)
CD 2
Beethoven: Symphony 6 (22/12/1937)
Beethoven: Symphony 7 (4/1940)
CD 3
Schubert: 'Unfinished' Symphony (11/1942)
Schubert: Symphony 9 ('Great) (11/1942)
CD 4
Bruch: Violin Concerto 1; Giulia Bustaba (27/12/1940)
Wagner: Overture 'Tannhauser' (27/101940)
Wagner: Prelude to 'Lohengrin' (10/06/1927)
Liszt: Les Preludes (6/1929)
Borodin: In the Steppes of Central Asia (4/1941)
CD 5
Brahms: Symphony 3 (10/05/1932)
Brahms: Academic Festival Overture (30/05/1930)
Brahms: Tragic Overture (4/1942)
CD 6
Tchaikovsky: Symphony 6 (22/04/1942)
Tchaikovsky: Romeo Juliet Fantasy overture (30/05/1930)
Tchaikovsky: Overture 1812 (09/04/1940)
CD 7
Franck: Symphony in d (10/1943
Debussy: Fantasy for piano orchestra (Walter Gieseking)(06/10/1938)
Ravel: Daphnis Clhoe, suite 2 (06/10/1938)
CD 8
Mahler: Symphony 4 (Jo Vincent, soprano)(09/11/1939)
CD 9
Strauss, R.: Don Juan (09/11/1939)
Strauss, R.; Ein heldeleben (27/04/1941)
CD 10
Bartok: Violin Concerto 2 (Zoltan Szekely)(23/03/1939)
Kodaly: 'Peacock' Variations (23/11/1939)
XXCM 205253 10 cd set - dfl 79,95/ 36,28 Euro

Dutch Masters

Schubert: Symphonies 8 (11/1939) 9 (2/1940), Brahms: Deutsches Requiem (Philips 468 099-2)
Jo Vincent (soprano), Max Kloos (baritone), Toonkunstkoor (11/1940). Franck: Symphony in d (10/1940), R. Strauss: Don Juan (2/1940); Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest
3 cd set

J.S.Bach: Matthäus Passion BWV 244 (Philips 461 092-2)
Karl Erb (Evangelist), Willem Ravelli (Jesus), Jo Vincent, Ilona Durigo, Louis van Tulder, Herman Schey, Toonkunst Choir Amsterdam, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
3 cd set

Mahler: Symphony 4 (Philips 462 096-2)
Jo Vincent, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
1 cd

Beethoven: Complete Symphonies (Philips 462 526-2)
To van der Sluys, Suze Luger, Louis van Tulder, Willem Ravelli, Toonkunst Choir Amsterdam a.o. (Symphony 9), Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
5cd set

Hoofdpagina
Biografie, deel een
Biografie, deel twee
Mahler, vierde symfonie
Mengelberg vereniging 
Recensies 
Boeken 
Recensies Naxos Cd's