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Discography

Benjamin Britten: War Requiem, op. 66 (concert videorecording)

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Chorus pro Musica, Columbus Boychoir; Phyllis Curtin, soprano; Nicholas Di Virgilio, tenor; Tom Krause, baritone (Daniel Pinkham, portative organ)
Music by Benjamin Britten, poems by Wilfred Owen

Recorded for television at Tanglewood on July 27, 1963, by WGBH-TV, available on DVD from Video Artists International.


Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony no. 9, op. 125

Benjamin Zander, conductor, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra; Dominique Labelle, soprano; D'Anna Fortunato, mezzo-soprano; Brad Cresswell, tenor; David Arnold, baritone.
Recorded in Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston, Mass., Jan. 1990 and May 1991.

Recorded in 1992. London: IMP Masters #40, 1992.


Italian Choral Works

Cherubini: Credo a otto voci; Verdi: Ave Maria; Perosi: Ave Maria; Petrassi: Nonsense; Dallapiccola: Due Cori de Michelangelo Buonarroti il Giovane. Donald Palumbo, Music Director, Chorus pro Musica.

Recorded in 1984–85. AFKA S-4693 (LP).


Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony no. 9, op. 125

Erich Leinsdorf, conductor, Boston Symphony Orchestra; Jane Marsh, soprano; Josephine Veasey, mezzo-soprano; Placido Domingo, tenor; Sherrill Milnes, baritone; New England Conservatory Chorus.

Recorded in 1969. RCA Red Seal, re-released on CD in 2012.
Also available from BMG Entertainment (released 2000) with other works.


Giuseppe Verdi: Requiem

Erich Leinsdorf, conductor, Boston Symphony Orchestra; Birgit Nilsson, Lili Chookasian, Carlo Bergonzi, Ezio Flagello.

Recorded in 1964 by RCA.


Richard Wagner: Lohengrin

Erich Leinsdorf, conductor, Boston Symphony Orchestra; Sandor Konya, Lucine Amara, William Dooley, Rita Gorr, Jerome Hines, Calvin Marsh.

Recorded in 1964 by RCA.


W.A. Mozart: Requiem in D, K.626

Erich Leinsdorf, conductor, Boston Symphony Orchestra with Chorus Pro Musica, the Harvard Glee Club and Radclifle Choral Society, the New England Conservatory Chorus, and the St. John's Seminary Choir. Sara Mae Endich, soprano; Eunice Alberts, contralto; Nicholas Di Virgilio, tenor; Mac Morgan, baritone. Performance at Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross in memory of President John F. Kennedy.

Recorded live on January 19, 2004 by RCA.


Aaron Copland: In the Beginning

Leonard Bernstein, conductor, New York Philharmonic; Martha Lipton, mezzo-soprano.

Recorded 1953 for Sony; released 1998.

 


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