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Jascha Horenstein
Jascha Horenstein in Performance
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Jascha Horenstein in Performance. A Faust Overture, for orchestra in D minor, WWV 59. Jascha Horenstein. blue highlight denotes track pick.

Profile: Ukrainian conductor. He was born 6 May 1898 in Kiev and died 2 April 1973 in London, England, UK. Variations: Viewing All Jascha Horenstein. Horenstein, J. Horenstein, Jacha Horenstein, Jascha Hornenstein, Jasha Horenstein.

Jascha Horenstein (Russian: Яша Горенштейн; 6 May 1898 – 2 April 1973) was an American conductor. Horenstein was born in Kiev, Russian Empire (now Ukraine), into a well-to-do Jewish family; his mother (Marie Ettinger) came from an Austrian rabbinical family and his father (Abraham Horenstein) was Russian.

Brahms, Hindemith, Horenstein, Mahler, Richard Strauss. Label : Scribendum Format : Flac track Cover : No. CD 1 : Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Symphony N. in D, O. 3. Recording: 16th March 1972, live performance at the Denmark Radio Concert Hall in Copenhagen. CD 2 : Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) Symphony N. in D. Richard Strauss (1864- 1949) Death and Transfiguration (Tod und Verklärung), O. 4. Recording: (Mahler) 29th and 30th September 1969, Barking Assembly Hall, London (Strauss) 29th July 1970, Fairfield Halls, Croydon. Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Jascha Horenstein Ambrosian Singers, John McCarthy Wandsworth School Boys’ Choir, Russell Burgess Norma Procter – contralto, William Lang – Flügelhorn, Dennis Wick – trombone.

This page is dedicated to the life and work of the great conductor Jascha Horenstein. HORENSTEIN conducts Prokofiev (1954) - PASC538.

Digital Booklet: Jascha Horenstein: Broadcast Performances from Paris, 1952-1966. Digital Booklet: Jascha Horenstein: Broadcast Performances from Paris, 1952-1966. Admirers of Horenstein and collectors of historical broadcasts are strongly urged to acquire this set, expensive though it is. It allows us to hear some remarkable performances by this still-underrated conductor. Repertoire is fairly evenly distributed between works that he recorded commercially and those which are new to his discography. In virtually every performance anthologized here one will encounter Horenstein's selfless devotion to the music, his judicious ear for balance, his clear-headed grasp of structure, and his mastery of the "long line. Too bad the orchestra isn't entirely worthy of the conductor's genius.