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WINNER - German Record
CDs was awarded the prestigious German Record Critics' Award (Quarterly
Critics' Choice for Q4 2012 Historical Recordings category) with CD12/2011.
Herewith a quote from the jury spokesman, Wolfgang Wendel:
Wilkomirska presents herself here as one of the great storytellers on
the violin. She plays one of the most important concertos of the 20th
Century, and the recording technique is sensational. An unrepeatable constellation."
Orchestral Concert CDs is particularly pleased that the award acknowledges
not only the sublime musical performance but also the exceptional quality
of the sound recording.
NB.The "sensational" recording technique referred to - known
as CNSTR - is not unique to this disc; it is our standard approach with
al OCCDl recordings
The live concert performances
include the following Orchestras and ensembles: Warsaw Philharmonic, Prague
Symphony, Hungarian State Symphony, Brno Philharmonic, Berliner Staatskapelle,
Leipzig Gewandhaus Bach Orchestra, Central Bohemia Symphony Orchestra,
The Czech Trio,
Conductors: Kurt Masur, Witold Rowicki, János Ferencsik, Jirí
Waldhans, Zdenék Koler, Václav Smetácek, Gerhard
Soloists: Alfredo Campoli, Peter Katin, Wanda Wilkomirska, Saa Vectomov,
Venues: Royal Festival Hall London, Queen Elizabeth Hall London, Fairfield
Halls Croydon, Huddersfield Town Hall, Albert Hall Nottingham, Camden
Theatre London, White Rock Pavilion Hastings, Podebrady, (Czechoslovakia)
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Dvorák, Symph. no 9, Jan Novak Philharmonic Dances,
(Premier recording), Delius, Prelude Irmelin, La Calinda.
Brno Philharmonic Orchestra Jirí Waldhans The Royal
Festival Hall, London
Recording: 22nd October 1966
Scapino Overture, Prokofiev Piano Concerto no 3, Ravel Rhapsody Espagnole,
Kakelác Reflections, Dvorak, Slavonic Dance no 15.
Prague Symphony Orchestra
Zdenek Koler Václav Smetácek Peter
The Royal Festival Hall, London, The Albert Hall, Nottingham
Recordings: 1967 & 1968
CD3/2009: Mozart Sonata in A K526, Beethoven Sonata in C minor,op
30 no 2, Sonata no 3 in D minor op 108.
Alfredo Campoli, violin, Peter Katin, piano, The Fairfield
Halls, Croydon, Campolis home, Southgate
Recordings: 24th September 1963 & c. 1973
trio no 5 in D (Ghost), Dvorák trio no 4 in E minor, Dumky, Martinu
Trio no2 in D minor, 3rd movement, (encore).
Trio: Ivan traus, violin Saa Vectomov, cello Josef Pálenícek,
The Queen Elizabeth Hall, London Recording: 15th October 1972
CD5/2009: Beethoven Egmont Overture, Kodály Dances of Galánta
Brahms Symphony no 1 in C minor, Berlioz Rákoczy March.
Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra János Ferencsik
The Royal Festival Hall, London Recording: 26th February 1966
Bruckner Symphony no 7 in E minor
Bruckner: Symphony no 7 Berliner Staatskapelle Orchestra
The Royal Festival Hall, London Recording: 17th November 1967
Czechoslovak National Anthem, Suk Asrael Symphony in C minor op 27
Brno Philharmonic Orchestra Jirí Waldhans
The Royal Festival Hall, London Recording: 13th November 1968
CD8/2009: Bach Orchestral Suite nos 1 and 3 (2), Violin Concerto
in E, Haydn Symphony no 6 in D minor, Mozart Divertimento in D.
Leipzig Gewandhaus Bach Orchestra Gerhard Bosse
Camden Theatre, London Recording: October 1966
CD9/2009: Dvorák In Nature's Realm, Cello Concerto in B minor,
Suk Suite from Raduz and Mahulena.
Bohemia Symphony Orchestra Milo Zelenka Saa Vectomov, cello
Podebrady Theatre, Czechoslovakia Recording: 27th May 1973
CD10/2010: Dvorák symphony no 8 in G major op 88, Richard
Strauss Tod und Verklärung op 24.
Prague Symphony Orchestra Zdenek Koler
The Albert Hall, Nottingham Recording: 13th February 1967
A Chopin Recital
Peter Katin, piano
The Fairfield Halls, Croydon Recording: c. 1965
CD12/2011: Britten Violin Concerto op 15, Tchaikovsky Symphony no
Moniuszko Mazur from Straszny Dwor, (The Haunted Manor)
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Witold Rowicki Wanda Wilkomirska,
The Royal Festival Hall, London Recording: 7th April 1967
Beethoven Overture Leonora no 3, Haydn Symphony no 88 in G, Paul Dessau
In memoriam Bertolt Brecht.
Berliner Staatskapelle Orchestra Kurt Masur Annelies Burmeister,
The Royal Festival Hall, London The White Rock Pavilion, Hastings
Recordings: 17th & 18th November 1967
CD14/2011: Shostakovich Symphony no 10 in E minor op 93
Prague Symphony Orchestra Václav Smetácek
The Royal Festival Hall, London
Recording: 6th March 1968
CD15/2016: Prokofiev Symphony no 1 in D (Classical) op 25, Szymanowski
Symphony no 4 (Symphony Concertante) op 60, Brahms Symphony no 4 in e
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Witold Rowicki Jan Ekier,
Huddersfield Town Hall
Recording: 3rd April 1967