New EMI albums added to Classical Music Library

Alexander Street Press has added another 1,409 albums from EMI (35,688 tracks) into Classical Music Library.

They released the remaining EMI material into Classical Music Library, adding to the already 22,000 tracks of EMI already in the database. There are now over 50,000 tracks of EMI included.

New content comes from EMI Classics, Angel Records, Capitol Catalog, and more.

Highlights include recordings by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Jussi Bjorling, Victoria De Los Angeles, Itzhak Perlman, Renata Scotto, Mstislav Rostropovich, London Symphony Orchestra, Taverner Choir, Maria Callas, Jon Vickers, Melos Ensemble, Pinchas Zuckerman, Borodin Quartet, Christoph Eschenbach, Elly Ameling, Trio Sonnerie, Alban Berg Quartett, Chung Trio, John Ogdon, and more.

Also included in this release are hundreds of full length operas, including:

Turandot – Puccini (Maria Callas, Teatro alla Scala)
Puccini: La Bohème (Mirella Freni, Teatro dell’Opera Di Roma)
Mozart – Don Giovanni (Joan Sutherland, Philharmonia Orchestra)
Puccini – Tosca (Placido Domingo, Philharmonia Orchestra)
Mozart: Così fan tutte (Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Philharmonia Orchestra)
R. Strauss: Elektra (Eva Marton, des Bayerischen Rundfunks)
Donizetti: Don Pasquale (Beverly Sills, Ambrosian Opera)
Gounod: Faust (Thomas Allen, National Opera of Paris)
Bellini Norma (Maria Callas, Teatro alla Scala)
Massenet : Manon (Roberto Alagna, La Monnaie)
…and many more.

Other example albums include:

Walton conducts Walton: Symphony No. 1, Belshazzar’s Feast etc
Bela Bartók: Mikrokosmos Books 1-6
Ireland: Piano Concerto and solo piano works
Mendelssohn: Elias
Penderecki: Orchestral Works
Joyne Hands – English Renaissance Music
Barry Tuckwell: Horn Concertos
Simon Rattle Edition: Britten
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Spiral 1 & Japan
20th Century Classics: Arvo Pärt


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