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Heinz Holliger

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Heinz Holliger (* 1939)

Diskography ▼ descending order by Catalogue Number
 

SWR19046CD

»Charles Koechlin« | Juliane Banse (Soprano) | Sarah Wegener (Soprano) et al.
7 CD | Nr.: SWR19046CD | [more] »

93.315

»Claude Debussy« | Dirk Altmann (Clarinet) | Daniel Gauthier (Saxophone) et al.
1 CD | Nr.: 93.315 | [more] »

93.286

»Charles Koechlin Magicien orchestrateur« | Sarah Wegener (Soprano) | Florian Hoelscher (Piano) et al.
1 CD | Nr.: 93.286 | [more] »

93.221

Charles Koechlin »L' offrande musicale sur le nom de B-A-C-H op. 187« et al. | Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR (Orchestra) | Heinz Holliger (Conductor)
1 CD | Nr.: 93.221 | [more] »

93.159

Charles Koechlin »Quatre Poèmes d'Edmond Haraucourt op. 7« et al. | Juliane Banse (Soprano) | SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart (Choir) et al.
2 CD | Nr.: 93.159 | [more] »

93.125

Charles Koechlin »Les heures persanes op. 65« et al. | Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR (Orchestra) | Heinz Holliger (Conductor)
1 CD | Nr.: 93.125 | [more] »

93.106

Charles Koechlin »Vers la voûte étoilée op. 129 (Nocturne)« et al. | Christine Simonin (Ondes Martenot) | Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR (Orchestra) et al.
1 CD | Nr.: 93.106 | [more] »

93.045

Charles Koechlin »La course de printemps op. 95 (from: Le livre de la jungle)« et al. | Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR (Orchestra) | Heinz Holliger (Conductor)
1 CD | Nr.: 93.045 | [more] »

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SWR19420CD

Rarely played substantial works for piano and orchestra by Ernest Bloch on 1 CD. Pianist Jenny Lin is the ideal interpreter for these demanding scores. Excellent sound quality makes this album of late Romantic and neo-classical music a great listen. »

SWR19062CD

This is the fifth volume in our edition of Hans Rosbaud's recordings for SWR. It contains Rosbaud's SWR Tchaikovsky recordings. »

SWR19053CD

Thrilling yet largely unknown works for two pianos by Alexandre Tansman (1897 – 1986), some receiving their first recordings. The Duo d'Accord is one of today's most inventive 2-piano ensembles, famous for its unique repertoire and flawless interplay. »