Rhapsody in Blue for Piano and Orchestra
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January 8, 2016, San Diego
The Sinfonia of London Orchestra, Kenneth Alwyn (conductor). Taken from a LP released by COLUMBIA RECORD CLUB (USA) in 1966.
The Pro Musica Symphony Orchestra of Hamburg, Hans-Jurgen Walther (conductor). Taken from a LP released by MGM Records in 1955.
NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC, ZUBIN METHA (conductor). Recorded in New York City (USA), March 7, 1979.
FOR PIANO SOLO. Recorded in 1992.
Hugo Winterhalter and his Orchestra. Recorded by RCA VICTOR in New York City (USA), April 3, 1953.
The Cleveland Orchestra, con. Lorin Maazel, 7/1974
LONDON FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA, Stanley BLACK (conductor). Taken from a LP released by LONDON Records (Canada) in 1966.
Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Libor Pesek (conductor).
for two Pianos. 1980, Paris
The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Oscar Dannon (conductor). Taken from a RCA VICTOR (Reader`s Digest) LP recorded at Walthamtow Town, London (England), February 1962.
Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Adler (conductor). Released in 1973.
Freddy Kempf - piano / Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra / BIS / 2012
PAUL WHITEMAN ORCHESTRA, Paul WHITEMAN (conductor). Taken from a LP released by CAPITOL (USA) in 1950.
Gerhard Puchelt - piano. RIAS Symphonie-Orchester. Ñond. S.Celibidache. Berlin, 20.10.1948.
The Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Dean Dixon (conductor). Taken from a LP released by OLYMPIC RECORDS (USA) in 1974.
New York Philharmonic Kurt Masur
St. Louis Symphony - Leonard Slatkin conductor
David Greilsammer, Piano Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France Steven Sloane , Direction Paris 2009
BOSTON-POPS, cond. Arthur Fiedler
Paul Whiteman and Orchestra and Chorus, 1945
Arturo Toscanini with NBC Symphony Orch. / Earl Wild, piano, Benny Goodman, clarinet (1942)
Rhapsody in Blue. Cecile Ousset - piano. Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neville Marriner.
PIANO SOLO VERSION (arr. Himy) (recently restored version from original manuscript). Recorded in Brussels (Belgium), January 2002.
Herbert Schuch, piano. WDR Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kristjan Järvi. Philharmonie, Essen, 12 November 2011, live.