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Tone Poems / Don Juan / Death & Transfiguration
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Tone Poems / Don Juan / Death & Transfiguration
Genre: Classical
 
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Thrilling live performances from the — Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, in brilliant audiophile sound! This release — is planned as the first in a series of multi-channel hybrid SACD recordings from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orc...  more »

      
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All Artists: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Title: Tone Poems / Don Juan / Death & Transfiguration
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Label: 1-2-3-4 GO
Release Date: 11/12/2013
Album Type: Hybrid SACD - DSD
Genre: Classical
Style: Symphonies
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 030911270728

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Thrilling live performances from the
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, in brilliant audiophile sound! This release
is planned as the first in a series of multi-channel hybrid SACD recordings from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, on the FRESH! series from Reference Recordings.

For more than 116 years, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has been known for its artistic excellence. The PSO has a rich history of the world s finest conductors and musicians. Past conductors include the legendary
names of Reiner, Steinberg, Previn, Maazel,and other greats. This
tradition was furthered in fall 2008, when celebrated Austrian conductor
Manfred Honeck became Music Director of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

The PSO is critically acclaimed as one of the world s greatest orchestras. The PSO has made more than 36 international tours, including 20 European tours, eight trips to the Far East, and two to South America.

The PSO was the first American orchestra to perform at the Vatican in
January 2004 for the late Pope John Paul II, as part of the Pontiff s
Silver Jubilee celebration.

The PSO also has a long history in the areas of recordings and radio concerts. As early as 1936, the PSO broadcast coast-to-coast, receiving increased national attention in 1982 when it began network radio broadcasts on Public Radio International. The PRI series with the PSO can be heard on Classical WQED-FM 89.3 in Pittsburgh. Many PSO recordings remain in print and available, and they have won critical acclaim and many awards.