Martin Anderson wrote:
>Then Jim Tobin suggests:
>>The work I would most like to hear a new recording of is the Weingartner
>>orchestration of Beethoven's Hammerklavier Sonata. ...
>I wonder if the CPO series of Weingartner's orchestral music will stretch
>to that; I'll try to find out. If it doesn't, what should the coupling
>be? More orchestrated Beethoven, logically -- but what?
Henry Krips- Piano Sonata No.8, Op.13
Walter Piston-first movement of the Moonlight
Carmen Dragon?-ditto, for piano and orchestra (performed by Pennario with
Carmen Dragon conducting)
Mikhail Pletnev-Violin Concerto arr for Clarinet and orch.
Dmitri Shostakovich: Gesange op.75; aus Goethes Faust, baritone and
Dmitri Mitropoulos-String Quartet No.14, op.131, C sharp min.
Leonard Bernstein?-ditto, probably following in the footsteps of
Gustav Mahler-String Quartet No.11, op.95 in f min.
String Quartet Op.131 plus his own versions of some of the symphonies
Alexander Brott-various early pieces of Beethoven grouped together as
"The Young Promethius"
Thomas Frost: Minuet in G
William Smith-Fur Elise
Paul Marrion-String Quartet No.12 in E flat major, op.127 (for strings)
Toscanini?-Septet, op.20 in E flat maj. (Don't know if it was an
arrangement per se, but he did record it with a full compliment
Toscanini?-Quintet op.16 e flat maj.
Weingartner-Grosse Fugue op.133 for string orchestra
Hermann Scherchen-Grosse Fugue op.133 for orch?
I don't know for sure who did all of the arrangements of op.133, but
each of the conductors listed did a recording of an arrangement. It
might just have been their doubling up on parts.