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HASH(0x96c11aec) out of 5 stars Volume 3 - Contents Listing 13 Oct. 2012
By John Fowler the Obsessive Compulsive Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Radio Netherlands has issued a 7 volume anthology of The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, 1935-2010.
The first 2 volumes (1935-1960) were on Q-Disc, Volumes 3-7 (1960-2010) are on RCO Live.
The first 4 volumes have apparently been deleted.

Update: All 7 volumes, plus an additional 5 devoted to the orchestra's chief conductors, have been reissued in an insanely expensive 152 CD set: The Radio Legacy - Limited Edition

I am quite pleased with Volumes 1 and 2, the Mengelberg and Beinum eras.
The only drawback I can see is that the Dutch government, in exchange for their subsidy, apparently required the orchestra to play a lot of contemporary Dutch music.
It hasn't aged that well.
There is more of it in Volume 2 than Volume 1, but the situation really got out of hand beginning with Volume 3.
I had almost forgotten how sucky contemporary music was back in the sixties.

Volumes 3-4 cover the Haitink era, 1960-80 (though it still hasn't really ended).

Volume III (1960-1970)
BACH: Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052 (Glen Gould/Mitropoulos/Aug. 10, 1958, Salzburg). SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 4 in C minor (Rosbaud/Feb. 29 (sic), 1961). Symphony No. 8 in B minor (Ormandy/Nov. 12, 1967). HINDEMITH: Mathis der Maler (Ormandy/Nov. 12, 1967). MOZART: Violin Concerto No. 3 in G, K. 216 (Valery Klimov/Ormandy/Nov. 12, 1967). MAHLER: Symphony No. 7 in E minor (Haitink/Nov. 16, 1969). BRAHMS: Tragic Overture (Monteux/May 14, 1962). STRAUSS: Don Quixote (Fournier/Szell/June 19, 1964). WAGNER: Brünnhilde's Immolation (Nilsson/Monteux/July 1, 1963). SCHOENBERG: Piano Concerto (Bruins/König). HEPPENER: Eglogues (Jochum/Mar. 21, 1965). SIBELIUS: Symphony No. 2 (Szell/Nov. 26, 1964). MARTIN: The Four Elements (Haitink/Dec. 19, 1965). Six Jedermann Monologues (Vessières/Jochum/Oct. 28, 1962). RAVEL: Shéhérazade (Angeles/Monteux/Nov. 20, 1963). BARTÓK: Concerto for Orchestra (Leinsdorf/June 17, 1965). Violin Concerto No. 1 (Menuhin/Boulez/June 29, 1966) NONO: Il canto sospeso (Hollweg/van Sante/Lenz/Boulez/Jan. 17, 1965). DUTILLEUX: Métaboles (Szell/Nov. 27, 1966). MENDELSSOHN: Symphony No. 3 (Maderna/July 14, 1965). BRITTEN: Les Illuminations (Pears/Colin Davis/Feb. 23, 1966). VARÉSE: Ionisation (Maderna/Jan. 12, 1968). Déserts (Maderna/April 17, 1966). BERG: Five Orchestral Songs (Lukomska/Maderna/Jan. 14, 1968). Three Orchestral Pieces (Rosbaud/Feb. 1, 1961). WEBERN: Four Songs (Lukomska/Maderna/Jan. 14, 1968). HENZE: Double Concerto for Oboe and Harp (Heinz & Ursula Holliger/Henze/Oct. 27, 1968). SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 6 (Kondrashin/Dec. 20, 1968). STRAVINSKY: Fireworks (Henze/Oct. 31, 1968). Song of the Nightingale (Boulez/Feb. 25, 1960). PROKOFIEV: Symphony No. 1 (Ancerl/Feb. 23, 1969). LUTOSLAWSKI: Musique funèbre (Lutoslawski/May 11, 1969). Three Poems of Henri Michaux (NCRV Ens/Waart/May 11, 1969). Jeux vénitiens (Maderna/Mar. 5, 1967). KETTING: Symphony No. 1 (Rosbaud/Feb. 1, 1961). BACEWICZ: Music for strings, trumpet and percussion (Rowicki/Jan. 25, 1962). ESCHER: Nostalgies, Op. 21 (Devos/Haitink/Feb. 18, 1962). DEBUSSY: Jeux (Boulez/July 6, 1961). DALLAPICCOLA: Variations for Orchestra (Rosbaud/Feb. 29, 1961). BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 8 (Monteux/May 14, 1962). VERMEULEN : Symphony No. 1 (Haitink/May 5, 1964). VERDI: Falstaff (Corena/Capecchi/Alva/Freni/Ligabue/Barbieri/Giulini/June 20, 1963). Victor Borge in Concertgebouw

Vol 1: currently out-of-print, 1935-1950 = ASIN:B00008W3U8
Vol 2: Anthology of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Vol. 2: Live the Radio Recordings 1950-1960
Vol 3: the box under review.
Vol 4: Anthology Live 1970-80: Royal Concertgebouw
Vol 5: Anthology of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Vol 5: The Radio Recordings 1980-1990
Vol 6: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra: Anthology Live 1990-2000
Vol 7: Anthology of The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra 7, 2000-2010

Chief Conductors:
1) Willem Mengelberg: Live Radio Recordings (Bonus Dvd)
2) Eduard van Beinum: Eduard van Beinum & Concertgebouw Orchestra Live: The Radio Recordings 1935-1958
3) Bernard Haitink: Live: The Radio Recordings
4) Riccardo Chailly:
5) Mariss Jansons:
- I can't find the Chailly and Jansons boxes on Amazon.
Pretty sure they are out there, but confusingly identified. Help!
6 of 31 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x96c16ec4) out of 5 stars Royal treatment by Concertgebouw 11 Aug. 2005
By Duane E. Crawford - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is captured in a 1960-1970 Anthology in 14 CDS that has some world famous conductors, some famous and not so familiar compositions. I liked Verdi's Falstaff and most of the Germanic composers. There was a British Britten and American Varese. I have trouble enjoying some 20th Century compositions though I have CDs by Siblelius, Ravel, Dutilleux, Hindemith, Shostakovich, Prokoviev, and Stravinsky. My pre-order for the 1950-1960 set may be hard to come by. I plan to travel to Amsterdam and take in the music venues.
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