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Deutsche Grammophon Collection (101CD BoxSet) (2009) EAC Rip | 101 CDs | APE (image) - Cue - Log | Scans Complete | Release: 2009 | 27.6 GB Genre: Classical | Label: Altaya & Universal

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Deutsche Grammophon Collection (101CD BoxSet) (2009)
EAC Rip | 101 CDs | APE (image) - Cue - Log | Scans Complete | Release: 2009 | 27.6 GB
Genre: Classical | Label: Altaya & Universal
The Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft was founded in 1898 by German-born United States citizen Emile Berliner as the German branch of his Berliner Gramophone Company. Based in the city of Hannover (the founder's birthplace), the company had links with the U.S. Victor Talking Machine Company and the British Gramophone Company, but those links were severed at the onset of World War I.
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In 1941 Deutsche Grammophon was purchased by the Siemens & Halske electronics company.
In 1945 as part of Germany's surrender terms ending World War II, Deutsche Grammophon forfeited its rights to the \"His Master's Voice\" trademark to EMI. The dog and gramophone were replaced by the \"crown of tulips\", designed by Siemens advertising consultant Hans Domizlaff.
In 1962 Siemens formed a joint venture with Netherlands-based Philips to create the DGG/PPI Record Group, which became The PolyGram Group in 1972.
Deutsche Grammophon were owners of the Beatles' first record label, Polydor Records.
Deutsche Grammophon pioneered the introduction of the compact disc to the mass market, debuting classical music performed by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic for sale in the new medium in 1983, the first recording being Richard Strauss' Eine Alpensinfonie.
DGG/Polydor's entrance into the US market in 1969 came at a time when the big US classical labels -- Columbia (Masterworks) and RCA (Red Seal and Victor) were dropping their 'unlucrative' classical artists, and making poor quality pressings. The fine quality both of recording and of pressings helped DGG especially succeed and attract Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra to DGG/Polydor. In 1987 Siemens sold off its interest in PolyGram, and Philips became the majority shareholder. In 1998 Seagram Company Ltd of Canada purchased Deutsche Grammophon and Polygram. Since then Deutsche Grammophon has been merged into the Universal Music Group, a division of Vivendi.
Deutsche Grammophon has a huge back catalogue of notable recordings. The company is reissuing a portion of it with the indication Originals. Originals compact disc releases are noted for their vinyl record stylized design. They are also releasing some of American Decca Records' albums from the 1940s and '50's, such as those that Leonard Bernstein made for Decca in 1953, and the classic Christmas album that features Ronald Colman's starring in A Christmas Carol and Charles Laughton's narrating Mr. Pickwick's Christmas. Along with the American Decca Records classical music catalogue, Deutsche Grammophon also manages the classical music catalogue of ABC Records, including Westminster Records which, along with American Decca, were part of MCA Records.
Although Deutsche Grammophon acquired the reputation of releasing mainstream classical recordings, from the 1960s onwards it released several avant garde recordings (initially under the 'Avant Garde' imprint), including Bruno Maderna, David Bedford, Cornelius Cardew, Luigi Nono and improvisations. It also released the majority of the compositions of Karlheinz Stockhausen until the composer bought the rights to the recordings and re-released them under his own label. Other German composers associated with the label included Paul Hindemith and Hans Werner Henze.
Contemporary composers whose works have been released by Deutsche Grammophon include Sofia Gubaidulina, Oliver Knussen, Mark Anthony Turnage, Peter Eotvos and Philip Glass.
The conductor most associated with the label is Herbert von Karajan. Other conductors under contract have included Karl Bohm, Eugen Jochum, Leonard Bernstein, Pierre Boulez, Claudio Abbado and Christian Thielemann. A more recent signing has been Gustavo Dudamel.
Tracklist:
CD 001 Beethoven – Symphony 9 – 1981 – K.Bohm, WP
CD 001bis Rimsky-Korsakov – Borodin – Ravel – 1967, 72, 76 – Karajan, BPO
CD 002 Mozart – Symphonies 25, 35, 40 – 1984, 85, 90 – L.Bernstein, WP
CD 003 Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Scriabin – 1960, 62, 63 – Richter, Karajan, VSO
CD 004 Rossini, Verdi – 1972, 75, 76, 81, 82 – C.Abbado, LSO
CD 005 Lalo, Saint Saens, Berlioz – 1981, 83 – I.Perlman, D. Barenboim, OP
CD 006 Beethoven, Symp 6 – Schubert, Symp 4 – 1981, 78 – C.Giulini, LAPO, CSO
CD 007 Mozart – Requiem – 1976 – Karajan, BPO
CD 008 Vivaldi – Concerti – 1985 – T.Furi, CB
CD 009 Tchaikovsky – 1982 – D.Barenboim, CSO
CD 010 J.S. Bach – Cantatas, Magnificat – 1962, 79 – K.Richter, MBC, MBO
CD 011 Dvorak, Symp 8 – Mussorgsky – Ravel – 1976, 78 – C.Giulini, CSO
CD 012 Rodrigo – Bacarisse – 1969, 73, 80 – N.Yepes, OSE, LPO
CD 013 Mahler – Symp 5 – 1988 – L.Bernstein, WP
CD 014 Haydn, Vivaldi, Telemann, Haendel – Concerti for trumpet – 1967, 77 – K.Richter
CD 015 Wagner – 1963 – R.Kubelik, BPO
CD 016 Chopin – Schumann – 1981, 84 – M.Rostropovich, M.Argerich
CD 017 Haendel – 1983 – T.Pinnock, EC
CD 018 Beethoven – 1979, 88 – M.Pollini, K.Bohm, C.Abbado, WP
CD 019 Mozart – Bruckner – Masses – 1985, 86 – Karajan, WP
CD 020 Johann Strauss – Waltzes – 1980-3 – L.Maazel, WP
CD 021 Dvorak, Symp 9 – Haydn, Symp 91 – 1975, 79 – K.Bohm, WP
CD 022 Chopin – 1977, 86 – K.Zimerman, K.Kondrashin, COA
CD 023 Falla, Garcia Lorca, Turina, Montsalvatge – 1975, 77 – Berganza, Lavilla, Yepes
CD 024 Beethoven – Violin & Piano Sonatas – 1970 – Y.Menuhin, W.Kempff
CD 025 Liszt – Hungerian Rhapsodies, etc – 1961, 68, 76 – Karajan, BPO
CD 026 Rossini – Stabat Mater – 1982 – C.Giulini, LPO
CD 027 Berlioz – Saint Saens – Dukas – 1987, 92 – J.Levine, BPO
CD 028 Beethoven, Haydn – 1977 – D.Barenboim, CSO; P.Zukerman, LAPO
CD 029 Schubert – Lieder – 1969, 70, 72 – D.Fisher-Dieskau, G.Moore
CD 030 Brahms – Symp 3 – 1983 – L.Bernstein, WP
CD 031 Mozart, Piano Concerto 27 – Schubert – 1974, 78 – E&E.; Gilels, K.Bohm, WP
CD 032 Wagner, Lieder – Strauss – 1973-4, 94 – Studer, Sinopoli, SD; Janowitz, Karajan, BP
CD 033 Tchaikovsky – Symp 2 & 4 – 1976, 78 – C.Abbado, WP, NPO
CD 034 Dvorak – Bruch – Violin Concerti – 1981, 87 – J.Levine, BP; C.Abbado, CSO
CD 035 Liszt, Sonata ‘Dante’ – Schumann, Fantasy 17 – 1979, 81 – D.Barenboim
CD 036 Falla – Respighi – 1977, 79 – S.Ozawa, BSO
CD 037 Verdi – Ballet – 1975-6, 82, 85 – C.Abbado
CD 038 Tchaikovsky – 1979 – M.Rostropovich, BP
CD 039 Beethoven – Symp 2 & 4 – 1976 – R.Kubelik, COA, IPO
CD 040 Paganini – Viloin Concerti 1 & 2 – 1975 – S.Accardo, C.Dutois, LPO
CD 041 Mozart – Night Music – OCO
CD 042 Brahms, Lieder – Franck, Rhapsody – Mahler, Night music – 1975-7 – Bohm, Barenboim, Karajan
CD 043 Schubert, Symp 8 – Schumann, Symp 4 – 1973, 80 – K.Bohm, BPO, WP
CD 044 Beethoven – Piano Concerti 3 & 4 – 1962 – W.Kempff, F.Leitner, BPO
CD 045 Haendel – Te Deum – 1984 – T.Pinnock, S.Prinston, EC
CD 046 Schumann – Symp 2; Op.52 – 1983, 95 – G.Sinopoli, VP, SD
CD 047 Chopin – 1961, 67, 75 – M.Argerich
CD 048 Wolf – R. Strauss – Lieder – 1967, 87 – Schwarzkopf, Moore; Caballe, Bernstein
CD 049 Mendelssohn – Symphonies 3 & 4 – 1971-3 – Karajan, BPO +
CD 050 Bach – Vivaldi – Violin Concerti – 1962 – D.Oistrakh, WS; E.Goossens, RPO
CD 051 Haydn – Symp 44, 48, 49 – 1976, 79 – D.Barenboim, ECO
CD 052 Franck, Symp – Ravel – 1987, 80 – C.Giulini, BPO, LAPO
CD 053 Debussy, Violin Sonatas, etc – 1970-1 – M.Thomas, BSO, BSCP
CD 054 R. Strauss – Zaratustra – 1983-4 – R.Kuchl, L.Maazel, WP
CD 055 Bruckner – Symp 4 – 1967 – E.Jochum, BPO
CD 056 Berlioz – 1982, 84 – Kanawa, Norman, Domingo, Barenboim, OCP
CD 057 Mozart – Clarinet Concerto, etc – 1974-5 – K.Bohm, WP
CD 058 Elgar – Op.36 ‘Enigma’ – 1982, 84 – G.Sinopoli, LPO
CD 059 Brahms – A German Requiem (Op.45) – 1972 – D.Barenboim, LPO
CD 060 Dvorak – Elgar – Cello Concerti – 1962, 67 – P.Fournier, G.Szell, A.Wallenstein, BPO
CD 061 Telemann – Trios & Quartets – 1989 – R.Goebel, RAC
CD 062 Haydn – St Cecilia Mass – 1959 – E.Jochum, BRSO
CD 063 Beethoven – String Quartets 127 & 131 – 1987 – Melos Quartet
CD 064 Smetana – ‘My Country’ – 1971 – R.Kubelik, BSO
CD 065 Brahms, Ballads Op.10 – Schubert, Piano Sonata D 537 – 1971, 81 – M.Anchelangeli
CD 066 Gotic Music – 1976 – D.Munrow, EMCL
CD 067 Haydn – Mozart – String Quartets – 1964, 71 – Amadeus Quartet
CD 068 Schutz – Buxtehude – 1990 – J. Gardiner, EBS
CD 069 Mendelssohn, Brahms – Violin Concertos – 1981-2 – Karajan, BPO +
CD 070 Cantos gregorianos – 1969, 74
CD 071 Bartok – Orchestral pieces, Concerto – 1993 – P.Boulez, CSO
CD 072 Janacek, Mass – Stravinsky, Symp – 1965, 79 – R.Kubelik; Karajan
CD 073 Albeniz, Falla, Turina, Gombau, Granados, etc – Spanish arp – 1964, 72 – N.Zabaleta
CD 074 Schubert, Symp 9 – Schumann, ‘Manfred’ opening – 1952, 76 – W.Furtwangler, BPO
CD 075 Morales, Magnificat – Palestrina, Mass – 1976 – B.Truner, BCA
CD 076 Bach – Works for Organ – 1992 – S.Preston
CD 077 Tchaikovsky, Symp 6 – Stravinsky, Ballet – 1984, 87 – L.Bernstein, NYPO, IPO
CD 078 Grieg – Piano Concerti, etc – 1987 – L.Zilberstein, GSO
CD 079 Brahms – Symp 1 – 1976-7 – K.Bohm, WP
CD 080 Haydn – Symp 45-7 – 1979, 81 – D.Barenboim, LSO
CD 081 Beethoven – Symp 3 & 8 – 1953, 59 – F.Fricsay, BPO
CD 082 Muffat – Biber – Suites, Sonatas – 1966 – N.Harnoncourt, WCM
CD 083 Rachmaninov – Piano Concerto 2 – 1976-7 – P.Vasary, LSO
CD 084 Stravinsky, Printemps – Honegger, Symp 3 – 1973, 77 – Karajan, BPO
CD 085 Dvorak – Symp 6, String Serenade Op.22 – 1969, 73 – R.Kubelik, BPO
CD 086 Handel – Opertures – 1969-73 – K.Richter, LPO, MBO +
CD 087 Mahler – Symphonies 1 & 10 – 1982, 88 – C.Abbado, BPO =
CD 088 Schubert – String Quartets – 1959, 76 – E.Gilels, Amadeus Quartet
CD 089 Berlioz – Symp Op.14; Op.24 – 1972, 75 – Karajan, BPO
CD 090 Bach – Orchestral suites 2 & 3 – 1964, 71 – T.Pinnock, EC
CD 091 Sibelius, Symphony 5 – Shostakovich, Symphony 1 – 1989 – L.Bernstein, WP, CSO
CD 092 Brahms – Piano concerto 2 – 1972, 76 – E.Gilels, E.Jochum, BPO
CD 093 R. Strauss, Op.40 – Haydn, Symp 90 – 1974, 77 – K.Bohm, WP
CD 094 Bruckner – Symp 8 – 1981 – D.Barenboim, CSO
CD 095 Bizet – Carmen – 1991 – M.Whun Chung, OB
CD 096 Prokofiev – Symp 1 & 6 – 1992 – S.Ozawa, BPO
CD 097 Debussy – Ravel – Berg – String quartets – 1971-2 – Lasalle Quartet
CD 098 Bartok – 1980, 83 – C.Abbado; D.Barenboim
CD 099 Mozart – Symp 38-9 – 1979, 81 – K.Bohm, WP
CD 100 Schonberg – Transfigured Night, Pelleas & Mellisande – 1974 – Karajan, BPO