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Joseph Keilberth

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Joseph Keilberth is a figure of cult in Germany, with a reputation of authority in the German repertoire. Keilberth was part of the German conducting tradition, in which a straightforward and dynamic presentation of the work in question was achieved with limited subjective intervention. None of these rare World War II performances for German Reichs-Rundfunk-Gesellschaft have been published before.

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JOSEPH KEILBERTH conducts Mozart, Haydn and Dvorák

1-4. Mozart: Symphony No. 33 in B-flat Major, KV. 319 [18:49]
I. Allegro assai [04:55]
II. Andante moderato [07:01]
III. Menuetto [03:43]
IV. Finale: Allegro assai [03:08]
Recorded ∙ 03 September 1942 ∙ Vienna ∙ Sendesaal ∙ Reichssender Wien ∙ Radio Studio Recording

5-8. Haydn: Symphony No. 55 in E-flat Major, Hob.I:55 [20:40]
I. Allegro di molto [06:39]
II. Adagio, ma semplicemente [05:19]
III. Menuetto – Trio [02:35]
IV. Finale: Presto 06:05]
Recorded ∙ 07 July 1943 ∙ Prague ∙ Karolinenthal ∙ Reichssender Prag ∙ Radio Studio Recording

9-12. Mozart: Serenade ‘Eine kleine Nachtmusik’ in G Major, KV. 525 [15:36]
I. Allegro [05:22]
II. Romanze: Andante [05:31]
III. Menuetto: Allegretto [02:03]
IV. Rondo: Allegro [02:39]
Recorded ∙ 03 July 1944 ∙ Prague ∙ Rudolfinum ∙ Reichssender Prag ∙ Radio Studio Recording

13-15. Mozart: Serenade in D Major, KV. 239 [10:43]
I. Marcia. Maestoso [02:48]
II. Minuetto [03:43]
III. Rondo. Allegretto [04:11]

16. Dvorák: Scherzo capriccioso, Op. 66 [13:12]
Recorded ∙ 08 January 1945 ∙ Prague ∙ Rudolfinum ∙ Reichssender Prag ∙ Radio Studio Recording

Deutsches Philharmonisches Orchester Prag
Joseph Keilberth ∙ conductor

Article number: MC 5004
UPC barcode: 791154054222
Recording dates: 1942-1945
Release date: March 2015
Total timing: 79:02

Producer and Audio Restoration: Lynn Ludwig
Booklet Notes: Michael Waiblinger
Design: Alessia Issara
Photographs: Reinhard Niemann Collection
With special thanks to Dr. Reinhard Niemann
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