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Highlights From The 1993 Gramophone Award Winners
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1Iberia (Opening)
Composed By – Claude DebussyConductor – Sir Simon RattleOrchestra – City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
2Lady Be Good: I'd Rather Charleston
Composed By – George GershwinConductor – Eric SternSoprano Vocals – Ann MorrisonTenor Vocals – Lara Teeter
3Queste Lagrime
Composed By – Alessandro StradellaDirected By – Marc MinkowskiEnsemble – Les Musiciens Du LouvreSoprano Vocals – Catherine Bott
4 Concerto
5Kammermusik No. 3
Composed By – Paul HindemithConductor – Riccardo ChaillyOrchestra – Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
6 Baroque Non-vocal
7 Music Theatre
8The Demon, Prologue (part)
Bass Vocals – Lev SibiriakovComposed By – Anton Rubinstein
9String Quartet No. 2, Finale (Fuga)
Composed By – Joseph HaydnEnsemble – Quatuor Mosaïques
10Extract: Haugtussa No. 4
Composed By – Edvard GriegMezzo-soprano Vocals – Anne Sofie Von OtterPiano – Bengt Forsberg
11 Historic Vocal
12Caprice No. 1 In E
Composed By – Niccolò PaganiniViolin – Sarah Chang
13 Historic Non Vocal
14Venetian Vespers: Dixit Dominus (part)
Composed By – Giovanni Antonio RigattiDirected By – Paul McCreeshEnsemble – Gabrieli Consort
15 Early Music
16 Engineering
17 Opera
18Etudes symphoniques, Variations 5-7
Composed By – Robert SchumannPiano – Shura Cherkassky
19 Choral
20 Orchestral
21Harfenspieler I
Composed By – Franz SchubertPiano – Gerald MooreTenor Vocals – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
22 Solo Vocal And Record Of The Year
23Elijah: Der Herr Ging Vorüber
Chorus – MDR Chor LeipzigComposed By – Felix Mendelssohn-BartholdyConductor – Kurt MasurOrchestra – Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
24The Confessions Of Isobel Gowdy - Tryst: Part Of The Confession
Composed By – MacMillanConductor – Jerzy MaksymiukOrchestra – BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
25 Instrumental
26 Lifetime Achievement
27Part Of Third Movement (Rondo)
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsConductor – Wolfgang SawallischMezzo-soprano Vocals – Ann MurrayOrchestra – The London Philharmonic OrchestraViola – Nobuko Imai
28Act 3, Part Of Final Scene
Composed By – Francis PoulencDirected By – Kent NaganoEnsemble – Opéra National De Lyon
29Concerto In G, S213, Third Movement, Allegro
Composed By – Johann David HeinichenDirected By – Reinhard GoebelEnsemble – Musica Antiqua Köln
30 Contemporary
31 Young Artist Of The Year
32 Artist Of The Year
33 Chamber
34 Baroque Vocal
35The Maiden's Wish
Composed By – Liszt, ChopinPiano – Rachmaninoff
36Le Martyre de Saint Sebastian (End Of Part I)
Chorus – London Symphony ChorusComposed By – Claude DebussyConductor – Michael Tilson ThomasContralto Vocals – Nathalie StutzmannMezzo-soprano Vocals – Ann MurrayNarrator – Leslie CaronOrchestra – London Symphony Orchestra


  • Compiled ByLionel Salter
  • Mastered ByTim Handley


Total Playing Time: 66:40


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