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Florian Uhlig

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Florian Uhlig (* 1974)

Diskography ▼ descending order by Catalogue Number
 

SWR19027CD

»Florian Uhlig - Piano Concertos Vol. 2« | Florian Uhlig (Piano) | Deutsche Radio Philharmonie (Orchestra) et al.
1 CD | Nr.: SWR19027CD | [more] »

93.318

»Maurice Ravel Complete Solo Piano Works« | Florian Uhlig (Piano)
3 CD | Nr.: 93.318 | [more] »

93.302

Claude Debussy »Fantaisie for Piano and Orchestra« et al. | Florian Uhlig (Piano) | Deutsche Radio Philharmonie (Orchestra) et al.
1 CD | Nr.: 93.302 | [more] »

93.264

»Robert Schumann« | Florian Uhlig (Piano) | Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern (Orchestra) et al.
1 CD | Nr.: 93.264 | [more] »

93.113

»Dmitrij Shostakovich« | Florian Uhlig (Piano) | Peter Leiner (Trumpet) et al.
1 CD | Nr.: 93.113 | [more] »

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SWR19060CD

This album offers a rare opportunity to experience the extraordinary pianist Samson François in a vibrant live recording. His extravagant, winning style is reflected in his unique interpretation of sonatas by Chopin and Prokofiev, alongside more lyrical works by Mendelssohn and Chopin. »

SWR19515CD

This album contains two major works by Antonin Dvo?ák. Historically informed playing by a modern symphony orchestra. Sir Roger Norrington is among the most renowned conductors of our time. »

SWR19516CD

The exciting chamber version of Orff’s Carmina burana, rarely recorded and performed. The SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart is one of the top choirs worldwide. »

SWR19072CD

Vá?a P?íhoda’s recording of the Dvo?ák Violin Concerto is available here for the first time. One of the greatest violinists of the 20th century in performances of major works for the violin. Remarkable remastering of the original SWR tapes. »

SWR19069CD

Another instalment in SWR Classic's Hans Rosbaud Edition. Contains all the Brahms recordings Rosbaud made for SWR. The recording of Brahms’ Symphony No. 2 in December 1962 was Rosbaud's penultimate recording; he died a few days later. »