24 November 2011

The first DSCH 5 by Lenny





Early Leonard Bernstein: live 1945, on the podium of the NYPO. Sea Drift by John Alden Carpenter and Shostakovich Symphony no. 5. - With broadcast announcements.

Did you know these recordings? ;)

Plus a fragment from Mendelssohn 3rd & the famous 1947 studio version of "An American in Paris"

NOTE: according to the NYPO archives Carpenter is conducted by Rodzinsky (see in the comment section)


Flac - MU

11 comments:

Guido said...

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3ASWENCU

gabor said...

Guido.

Sounds great. The files are unavailable according to megaupload. Gabor

Guido said...

The file is regularly available: try again!

La Danse de Puck said...

My prayers have been answered! You have no idea how long I have waited to hear these early recordings by Lenny! Many many thanks! Puck

Guido said...

@Puck

Really?
Well, happy listening!

woland said...

Bello! Grazie
So che il pezzo forte è Shostakovich, ma io apprezzo molto l'Americano a Parigi del 1947, perché non l'ho ancora sentito e in questo periodo sono in fase light :)

Guido said...

@Woland

Come ti capisco!
Ci sono periodi in cui si è tutti Nona di Mahler e Ring, altri in cui ci si riposa ;)

gabor said...

Guido,

Thanks for this really great upload. Wonderful. Please upload some really amazing, live Shostakovih:Symphony 7 Gabor

Anonymous said...

The Carpenter is misattributed to Bernstein here - it was in fact conducted by Rodzinski according to the NYPO archives

Guido said...

@Anon

Oh, boy! Really?
Well, fortunately we have an authentic Shosty.

Fausto said...

Please, please Cuold you fix the LINK?
Thank You