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Hans Hammerschmid

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Hans Hammerschmid

Diskography ▼ descending order by Catalogue Number
 

101724

»Lost Tapes Oscar Pettiford Germany 1958/1959 Vinyl Edition« | Oscar Pettiford (Double-Bass) | Dusko Goykovich (Trumpet) et al.
1 LP | Nr.: 101724 | [more] »

101719

»Lost Tapes Oscar Pettiford Germany 1958/1959« | Oscar Pettiford (Double-Bass) | Dusko Goykovich (Trumpet) et al.
1 CD | Nr.: 101719 | [more] »

101715

»Lost Tapes Zoot Sims Baden-Baden - June 23, 1958 Vinyl Edition« | John Haley "Zoot" Sims (Saxophone) | Hans Koller (Saxophone) et al.
1 LP | Nr.: 101715 | [more] »

101710

»Lost Tapes Zoot Sims Baden-Baden - June 23, 1958« | John Haley "Zoot" Sims (Saxophone) | Hans Koller (Saxophone) et al.
1 CD | Nr.: 101710 | [more] »

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These recitals from 1954 and 1960 are being released for the first time. Claudio Arrau was one of the most prominent pianists of the 20th century. His career lasted for almost 80 years. Volume 1 of the complete SWR recordings of Claudio Arrau. Contains pieces that were never recorded or performed by Claudio Arrau at any other time. »

SWR19044CD

The fifth and final installment of Debussy’s complete piano works with pianist Michael Korstick. The first four volumes were highly acclaimed by critics worldwide for their new perspectives on Debussy's works. Michael Korstick is one of the most distinguished German pianists of our day. Booklet text by Debussy expert, Robert Orledge. »

SWR19050CD

The legendary conductor Kurt Sanderling was always a great admirer of Rachmaninov’s music. There is just one other, old recording of Sanderling conducting Rachmaninov’s Third Symphony. Another notable release in the SWR historic series. »

SWR19051CD

Unique collection of Fritz Wunderlich’s recordings of Early Music predating J. S. Bach. A new installment from SWR’s comprehensive series of Fritz Wunderlich’s recordings. A celebrated, must-hear voice. Recordings 1954–1957 Digitally remastered from the original SWR tapes. »