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NTS x SONOS Berlin: Deutsche Grammophon



Deutsche Grammaphon is the oldest surviving established record label, based in Germany and specialising in classical music. The first half of this two-hour show will be presented by Clemens Trautmann, focusing on recordings through the years from Berlin's Funkhaus. In the second hour Christian Badzura brings things up to date looking at DG's more contemporary releases.

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  • Arthur Nikisch - Beethoven: Egmont Overture, Op. 84
  • Ferenc Fricsay - Bartók, Distorted
  • Herbert von Karajan - Wagner, Magic Fire Music
  • Claudio Abbado - Symphony No. 6
  • Alice Sara Ott - Edvard Grieg
  • Lisa Batiashvili - Jean Sibelius, Violin Concerto, Allegro ma non tanto
  • Murray Perahia - Beethoven, Hammerklavier Sonata, Scherzo Avital meets Avital – Maroc
  • Avital meets Avital - Maroc
  • Daniel Lozakovich - Bach, Partita in D Minor, Courante
  • Daniil Trifonov - Liszt, Grand Etude de Paganini No. 4
  • Daniel Barenboim - Boulez, Sur Incises, Moment II
  • Max Richter - Modular Astronomy
  • Max Raabe - Küssen Kann Man Nicht Alleine
  • Vikingur Olafsson - Opening from Glass Works
  • Daniel Hope - Lento
  • Max Richter - Vivaldi Recomposed Spring 1
  • Steve Reich - Six Pianos
  • Jóhann Jóhannsson - By The Roes, And By The Hinds Of The Field
  • Joep Beving - Hanging D
  • Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Arnold Kasar - Black White Felt
  • Jóhann Jóhannsson - Heptapod B
  • max richter - Space 2 (slow wave) Pt.1 edit
  • Chilly Gonzales/Kaiser Quartet - The Tearjerker Returns