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  1. Find Royal Philharmonic Orchestra discography, albums and singles on AllMusic The Royal Philharmonic is one of England's more prolific orchestras, founded by legendary conductor Sir Thomas Beecham. Read Full Biography. Dvorák: Symphony No. 9 "From the New World".
  2. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has held a prominent place in British music-making for more than seven tabnonsmagugosa.swithpohersbilitcakamentrecirephya.infoinfo a wide reach across Britain in addition to its regular concerts in London's Cadogan Hall, including concerts in places where access to orchestral music is limited, the RPO can lay claim to the title of Britain's national orchestra.
  3. Jul 29,  · Antonin Dvorak: Symphony no. 9, op. 95 ("From the New World") Vienna Symphony Orchestra cond. Jascha Horenstein (studio rec. ) I - Adagio, Allegro molto II - Largo @ III - Scherzo: Molto.
  4. Classical CD reviews posted every day. JASCHA HORENSTEIN () A CD DISCOGRAPHY November Horenstein's commercial recordings break down into four main areas: German recordings , those made for Vox in the s, those made in the '60s by RCA for Readers Digest (glories of the gramophone, produced by Charles Gerhardt and engineered by Kenneth Wilkinson), .
  5. Antonin Dvorak, Yehudi Menuhin, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - The Royal Philharmonic Collection: Dvorak - Symphony no. 8 in G; Serenade for Strings, Op. 22 - tabnonsmagugosa.swithpohersbilitcakamentrecirephya.infoinfo Music5/5(3).
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  7. Sting LIVE! London, ON - If I Ever Lose My Faith In You w/ The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
  8. Horenstein's "New World" is one of the finest in stereo, holding its own with Kubelik and Kertész. His is a flexible yet unmannered performance, with tremendous intensity in the outer movements and a beautiful lyricism in the Largo. The Royal Philharmonic's playing is first-rate.