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Instrumental concertos 1938 - 1940After numerous large-scale symphonic productionsKarl Bohm and the Sachsische Staatskapelle opened up a new genre in the fall of1938 a new genre. From now on, more and more renowned instrumentalinstrumental soloists were brought to Dresden for recordings - an illustrious mix of world stars, some of whomwho were guests in symphony concerts of the Sachsische Staatskapelle on several occasions,such as the pianists Wilhelm Backhaus, Edwin Fischer and Walter Gieseking, fromnewcomers such as the young violinist Wolfgang Schneiderhan and many more.
Instrumental concertos 1938 - 1940After numerous large-scale symphonic productionsKarl Bohm and the Sachsische Staatskapelle opened up a new genre in the fall of1938 a new genre. From now on, more and more renowned instrumentalinstrumental soloists were brought to Dresden for recordings - an illustrious mix of world stars, some of whomwho were guests in symphony concerts of the Sachsische Staatskapelle on several occasions,such as the pianists Wilhelm Backhaus, Edwin Fischer and Walter Gieseking, fromnewcomers such as the young violinist Wolfgang Schneiderhan and many more.
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V48: Edition Staatskapelle
Artist: Bohm / Brahms / Mozart / Fischer
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Instrumental concertos 1938 - 1940After numerous large-scale symphonic productionsKarl Bohm and the Sachsische Staatskapelle opened up a new genre in the fall of1938 a new genre. From now on, more and more renowned instrumentalinstrumental soloists were brought to Dresden for recordings - an illustrious mix of world stars, some of whomwho were guests in symphony concerts of the Sachsische Staatskapelle on several occasions,such as the pianists Wilhelm Backhaus, Edwin Fischer and Walter Gieseking, fromnewcomers such as the young violinist Wolfgang Schneiderhan and many more.
        
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