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New Symphony Orchestra Of London, conductor Adrian Boult.
Orchestra of the 18th Century, Frans Brüggen / Nov. 1994
Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, conductor Riccardo Chailly.
Sinfonia Of London, conductor Colin Davis.
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Gaetano Delogu.
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Antal Dorati.
The Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, conductor Antal Dorati.
Transcription for solo piano by Andrey Dubov. Moscow, 2021.
Orchestre Symphonique De Montreal, conductor Charles Dutoit.
Hungarian State Orchestra, conductor Ivan Fischer.
1930 - Rehearsal only for the studio recording
London Symphony Orchestra / con. John Eliot Gardiner / 2014, Barbican, UK (live)
Soviet State Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alexander Gauk.
The Hanover Band, conductor Roy Goodman.
Orchestre des Champs-Ålyssees, Philippe Herreweghe – conductor. Bremen, 7 September 2009.
Entry - April 30, 2021, Cologne.
2011, London, Henry Wood Hall
Recorded: September 1960, Berlin.
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Rudolf Kempe.
Recorded: December 4, 1947, Amsterdam.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Christoph König - conductor.
Recorded: January 25, 1962, Cologne.
Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Jaime Laredo.
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Peter Maag.
Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Nicolai Malko.
Recorded: January 9, 1949, San Francisco.
Recorded at No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London (England), November 1988.
hr-Sendesaal Frankfurt, 25. März 2021
Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. Moscow, 2019.
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Rico Saccani.
Radio Television della Svizzera Italiana Orchestra, Carl SCHURICHT (conductor). Recorded live in Lugano (Switzerland), April 27, 1961.
Hamburg Symphony Orchestra, Alois Springer (conductor). Recorded in Germany, 1970s.
Mito Chamber Orchestra / Art Tower Mito, Japan, 17 Jan. 2014
Recorded: July 2002, Edinburgh.
Recorded: October 25, 1957, Cleveland.
Tapiola Sinfonietta, Mario Venzago – conductor. 2009, Tapiola Hall, Espoo (Finland)
Berliner Philharmoniker, conductor Bruno Walter.
New York, Carnegie Hall, February 15, 1948 (live). The first two bars during the concert were accidentally not recorded.