Neville Marriner: The Stuttgart Recordings | Capriccio C7230

Neville Marriner: The Stuttgart Recordings


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Label: Capriccio

Cat No: C7230

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 15

Genre: Orchestral

Release Date: 11th May 2018



Mitsuko Shorai (mezzo-soprano)
Cecile Ousset (piano)
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart


Neville Marriner


Barber, Samuel

Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance, op.23a

Bartok, Bela

Dance Suite, Sz77 BB86
Music for strings, percussion and celesta, Sz106 BB114
The Miraculous Mandarin (suite), op.19 Sz73

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Consecration of the House (Die Weihe des Hauses) Overture, op.124
Coriolan Overture, op.62
Egmont Overture, op.84
Konig Stephan Overture, op.117
Leonore Overture no.1, op.138
Leonore Overture no.2, op.72a
Leonore Overture no.3 in C major, op.72b
The Creatures of Prometheus, op.43
» Overture
Zur Namensfeier Overture, op.115

Bernstein, Leonard

Fancy Free (selections)
West Side Story: Suite

Britten, Benjamin

Sinfonia da Requiem, op.20
Sinfonietta, op.1

Copland, Aaron

El Salon Mexico

Gershwin, George

An American in Paris
Piano Concerto in F major
Porgy and Bess Suite
Rhapsody in Blue

Honegger, Arthur

Symphony no.3, H186 'Liturgique'

Mahler, Gustav

Symphony no.4 in G major

Rachmaninov, Sergei

Symphony no.2 in E minor, op.27
Vocalise, op.34 no.14

Schumann, Robert

Manfred Overture, op.115
Symphonies 1-4 (complete)
Symphony in G minor 'Zwickau' (fragment)

Strauss, Richard

Capriccio, op.85
» Introduction (sextet)
Der Rosenkavalier: Suite
Don Juan, op.20
Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche, op.28

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich

Suite no.1 in D major, op.43
Suite no.2 in C major, op.53 'Suite caracteristique'
Suite no.3 in G major, op.55
Suite no.4 in G major, op.61 'Mozartiana'


Mitsuko Shorai (mezzo-soprano)
Cecile Ousset (piano)
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart


Neville Marriner


Neville Marriner served as conductor of the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra from 1983 to 1989, succeeding Sergiu Celibidache. His easy-going, genial conducting style contrasted with Celibidache's more brooding, charismatic approach. Under Marriner's direction, the orchestra’s playing became light and flexible, more agile than probing, and he increasingly focused on repertoire that went beyond the baroque and classical periods. This compilation offers a programme that music lovers won't usually associate with Marriner: German romanticism, including all of Schumann’s symphonies, Richard Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Mahler, Bartók and Gershwin. Listening to the excellent, fresh performances he draws from the orchestra, the lasting impression one has is of how sympathetic is Marriner’s music-making, a fitting epitaph for his entire life’s work.

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