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Sir Colin Davis - The Philips Years (15CD Box Set, 2013)

Classic, Discographies | Author: MusicBox | 9-12-2019, 17:29
Sir Colin Davis - The Philips Years (15CD Box Set, 2013)Artist: Sir Colin Davis
Title Of Album: The Philips Years
Year Of Release: 2013
Label (Catalog#): Decca (UMO)
Country: Germany
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image+.cue+.log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 19:07:22
Full Size: 4.74 Gb


This set documents over three decades of exceptional artistry by Sir Colin Davis, one of the musical pillars of the Philips label, who died on Sunday 14th April 2013. He was a musician of incomparable integrity and class.
After signing to Philips exclusively in the mid-1960s, Davis produced work for the label of the highest quality and range over the next three decades: the first Berlioz cycle , pioneering Tippett, superb Haydn and Mozart, top-rank Sibelius, Beethoven, Stravinsky, Dvorak and Britten, and much else.
His many recording orchestras included the English Chamber, London Symphony, BBC Symphony, Royal Opera House, Royal Concertgebouw, Boston Symphony, Bavarian Radio and Dresden Staatskapelle, and also the Berlin and Vienna Philharmonics.
His great Philips collaborators on disc include Stephen Kovacevich, Kiri Te Kanawa, Jon Vickers, Jos? Carreras, Jessye Norman, Arthur Grumiaux and Claudio Arrau.
An extraordinary number of Sir Colin Davis's recordings have achieved legendary status and are enduring staples for all listeners. This set represents Sir Colin's primary repertoire relationships as well as many of his most important artistic relationships with soloists, orchestras and opera houses around the world.

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