Various Recordings

As well as recording with their principal conductors, the Munich Philharmonics regularly work with guest conductors and soloist, such as Alice Sara Ott, Baiba Skride and Sol Gabetta. With Gabetta, two albums have been released to date.


Die Münchner Philharmoniker with Andreas Martin Hofmeir

Andreas Martin Hofmeir, tuba

Münchner Philharmoniker

Andrew Manze, conductor

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Die Münchner Philharmoniker with Andreas Martin Hofmeir

Jörg Duda – Concert for Tuba and Orchestra Nr. 1 op. 67/1 for Andreas Martin Hofmeir
John Williams – Concert for Tuba and Orchestra
Jörg Duda – Matkalla (on the way) op. 82/1 – for Andreas Martin Hofmeir
Roland Szentpali – Very good morning

Andreas Martin Hofmeir, tuba
Münchner Philharmoniker
Andrew Manze
, conductor


Alice Sara Ott and the Munich Philharmonic

Alice Sara Ott presents two of the greatest hits in the repertoire: Tchaikovsky’s and Liszt’s First Piano Concertos.

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Alice Sara Ott and the Munich Philharmonic

"The young artist presents two of the greatest hits in the repertoire: Tchaikovsky’s and Liszt’s First Piano Concertos. The album was partly live (Tchaikovsky) recorded in her home town of Munich with the superb Munich Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Thomas Hengelbrock, known as a modern interpreter with strong ideas (and a strong work ethic)." (Presto Classical)

Alice Sara Ott, piano
Münchner Philharmoniker
Thomas Hengelbrock
, conductor


Humperdinck: Hänsel und Gretel

Münchner Philharmoniker

Fritz Lehmann, conductor

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Humperdinck: Hänsel und Gretel

Rita Streich
Gisela Litz
Horst Günter
Marianne Schech
Res Fischer
Elisabeth Lindermeier
Bruno Brückmann
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Münchner Philharmoniker
Fritz Lehmann


Hans Knappertsbusch conducts Bruckner and Wagner

Bruckner: Symphonie No 8

Wagner: Ouvertures

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Hans Knappertsbusch conducts Bruckner and Wagner

Bruckner: Symphonie No 8
Wagner: Ouvertures


Baiba Skride plays Shostakovitch and Janáček

The young violinist Baiba Skride plays Shostakovitch violin concerto in a and the violin concerto from Janáček. Awarded the ECHO Klassik 2006.

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Baiba Skride plays Shostakovitch and Janáček

The young violinist Baiba Skride plays Shostakovitch violin concerto in a and the violin concerto from Janáček. This CD awarded the "Echo Klassik 2006" in the category "Music of the 20th and 21th century".

Baiba Skride, violin
Münchner Philharmoniker
Mikko Frank
, conductor


Sol Gabetta and the Munich Philharmonic

With her soulful interpretation of Shostakovich’s demanding Cello Concerto No. 2, Sol Gabetta enjoyed enormous success with the Munich Philharmonic.

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Sol Gabetta and the Munich Philharmonic

With her soulful interpretation of Shostakovich’s demanding Cello Concerto No. 2, Sol Gabetta enjoyed enormous success with the Munich Philharmonic. The Süddeutsche Zeitung wrote in praise of her performance: “The way the young musician realized this masterwork with passion and endurance was truly powerful.”

Sol Gabetta, cello
Münchner Philharmoniker
Marc Albrecht
, conductor

 

 


Schumann: Symphony in C-Major

Münchner Philharmoniker

Marc Andrae, conductor

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Schumann: Symphony in C-Major

Münchner Philharmoniker
Marc Andrae, conductor


Schumann: Symphony in g-Minor

Münchner Philharmoniker

Marc Andrae, conductor

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Schumann: Symphony in g-Minor

Münchner Philharmoniker
Marc Andrae, conductor

Brass Music “A Point of Honor”

The Munich Philharmonic's brass music conducted by Lorin Maazel and Zubin Mehta.

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Brass Music “A Point of Honor”

In the spring of 2013 the wind and brass section of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra engaged in a project that took them back to their roots. In the Münchner Hofbräuhaus beer hall they recorded a CD of brass music with Lorin Maazel and Zubin Mehta.

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"Ristorante Allegro"

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"Ristorante Allegro"

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Frederic Chopin: Piano Concerto No 1

Grigory Sokolov, piano

Münchner Philharmoniker

Witold Rowicki, conductor

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Frederic Chopin: Piano Concerto No 1

Grigory Sokolov, piano
Münchner Philharmoniker
Witold Rowicki
, conductor


Friedrich Gulda - Mozart Piano Concertos Nr. 20 & 26

The first release of a concert featuring 56-year-old Friedrich Gulda and the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra at the Münchner Klaviersommer 1986.

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Friedrich Gulda - Mozart Piano Concertos Nr. 20 & 26

This first release of a concert featuring 56-year-old Friedrich Gulda and the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra at the Münchner Klaviersommer 1986 is truly legendary. Gulda plays and simultaneously conducts Mozart’s Piano Concertos Nos. 20 and 26 like no one ever had before. The charismatic and exceptional pianist Gulda turned to “Mr. Mozart”, as he was accustomed to calling the Austrian composer with Viennese reverence, quite late in his career, only to dedicate himself to Mozart with heart and soul and study his music right up to the end of his life. In this dedication he was cautious to avoid any kind of sentiment, anything phony or simple sing-song. Friedrich Gulda and the Munich Philharmonic delight the audience with passion, musical perfection and Mozart sounding fascinatingly new.