Abbado, C./ Argerich, M./ Barenboim, D./ Aschkenazy, W Die Neue Stravinsky Gesamtedition (30CD Boxset)
Stravinsky is a magician of the music of the 20th century, whose meaning and impact radiate incomparably. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his death, the celebrated edition of all of Deutsche Grammophon's works is now being published in an expanded form. Reference recordings on 30 albums allow an overview of the complete works of one of the most important musical geniuses. A monument to record history.
All works in one edition including the believed to be lost work "Chant funebre" which was only rediscovered in 2015
Contains all stage works (ballet, opera, oratorio), orchestra, choir, vocal, chamber, piano + historical recordings
Recorded by outstanding Stravinsky interpreters including Abbado, Ashkenazy, Bernstein, Bostridge, Boulez, Chailly, Craft, Gardiner, Knussen, the Labèques, Langridge, Levine, Maisky, Mustonen, Mutter, Nagano, Pletnev, Pollini, Sacher, Shelton, Terfel. Plus: Stravinsky himself, who conducts his violin concerto in a 1935 recording, and another recording in which Stravinsky conducts the national anthem of the USA
Bonus CD: Argerich and Barenboim with a duo version of Le Sacre du printemps
Recordings of four miniatures (recorded for the first time)
150-page booklet, preface by Roger Wright, essays by leading Stravinsky authors Richard Taruskin and Stephen Walsh + historical photos