Complete Symphonies on 1 single Blu-ray Audio for the first time! And in 24-bit Hi-Res too. Karl Böhm was one of the first conductors to set down on record his complete symphony cycle. His emphasis on rhythmic, textural and structural clarity are hallmarks of a Mozart style unaffected by fashion, and earned the epithet “timeless” even in his own lifetime.

DG collects his recordings with the Berlin Philharmoniker of the Mozart Symphonies on 10CDs and remastered at 24bit/192kHz on one Blu-ray Audio disc.
• Karl Bohm’s legendary recordings of the complete Mozart Symphonies on 10 CDs and newly remastered in 24bit/192kHz on 1 high fidelity Blu-ray Audio disc
• 60-page booklet with essays on Bohm as Mozartian by Peter Cosse; and on Mozart as a symphonist by Heinz Becker
• Limited Edition slipcase

Born in Graz, B0hm was engaged as a conductor at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich in 1921, before he was 30. Six years later he was appointed General Musical Director in Darmstadt, moving to the Hamburg Opera in 1931. From 1934 to 1943 he was in command at the Dresden State Opera. He became one of the most passionate admirers and powerful advocates of the music of his friend Richard Strauss, but it was the music of Mozart (his greatest love) which was always at the center of his own work as a conductor.

As director of the Vienna State Opera (1943–45, and again 1954–56), and unofficial “General Musical Director of Austria”, and as one of the busiest conductors at the Salzburg Festival from 1938 onwards, in the concert hall and in the opera house, he devoted all his strength and his judgement to the study and performance of Mozart – a task he carried out modestly, unassumingly, and not least with unquenchable good humor, to an advanced age.

The Austrian conductor’s emphasis on rhythmic, textural and structural clarity, and his natural, unforced approach to music-making are hallmarks of a Mozart style which was unaffected by fashion or by compromise, and earned the epithet “timeless” even in his own lifetime.

Complete Symphonies on 1 single Blu-ray Audio for the first time! And in 24-bit Hi-Res too. Karl Böhm was one of the first conductors to set down on record his complete symphony cycle. His emphasis on rhythmic, textural and structural clarity are hallmarks of a Mozart style unaffected by fashion, and earned the epithet “timeless” even in his own lifetime.

DG collects his recordings with the Berlin Philharmoniker of the Mozart Symphonies on 10CDs and remastered at 24bit/192kHz on one Blu-ray Audio disc.
• Karl Bohm’s legendary recordings of the complete Mozart Symphonies on 10 CDs and newly remastered in 24bit/192kHz on 1 high fidelity Blu-ray Audio disc
• 60-page booklet with essays on Bohm as Mozartian by Peter Cosse; and on Mozart as a symphonist by Heinz Becker
• Limited Edition slipcase

Born in Graz, B0hm was engaged as a conductor at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich in 1921, before he was 30. Six years later he was appointed General Musical Director in Darmstadt, moving to the Hamburg Opera in 1931. From 1934 to 1943 he was in command at the Dresden State Opera. He became one of the most passionate admirers and powerful advocates of the music of his friend Richard Strauss, but it was the music of Mozart (his greatest love) which was always at the center of his own work as a conductor.

As director of the Vienna State Opera (1943–45, and again 1954–56), and unofficial “General Musical Director of Austria”, and as one of the busiest conductors at the Salzburg Festival from 1938 onwards, in the concert hall and in the opera house, he devoted all his strength and his judgement to the study and performance of Mozart – a task he carried out modestly, unassumingly, and not least with unquenchable good humor, to an advanced age.

The Austrian conductor’s emphasis on rhythmic, textural and structural clarity, and his natural, unforced approach to music-making are hallmarks of a Mozart style which was unaffected by fashion or by compromise, and earned the epithet “timeless” even in his own lifetime.

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Mozart: The Complete Symphonies [10 CD Box Set]
Artist: Mozart / Berliner Philharmoniker / Bohm
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. 1 - 3 Symphony No. 1, K.16
2. 4 - 8 Symphony No. 4, K.19
3. 7 - 9 Symphony No. 5, K.22
4. 10 - 13 Symphony K.76 (42a)
5. 14 - 17 Symphony No. 6, K.43
6. 18 - 21 Symphony No. 7, K.45
7. 22 - 24 Symphony "Old Lambach" K Anh. 221 (45a)

DISC: 2

1. 1 - 4 Symphony "New Lambach" (attrib. Leopold Mozart)
2. 5 - 8 Symphony K Anh. 214 (45b)
3. 9 - 12 Symphony No. 8, K.48
4. 13 - 16 Symphony No. 9, K.73 (75a)
5. 17 - 19 Symphony No. 10, K.74
6. 20 - 22 Symphony K.81 (731)

DISC: 3

1. 1 - 3 Symphony No. 11, K.84 (73q)
2. 4 - 8 Symphony K.95 (73n)
3. 8 - 12 Symphony K.97 (73m)
4. 12 - 15 Symphony K.75
5. 16 - 19 Symphony No. 12, K.110 (75b)
6. 20 - 23 Symphony K.96 (111b)

DISC: 4

1. 1 - 4 Symphony No. 13, K.112
2. 5 - 8 Symphony No. 14, K.114
3. 9 - 12 Symphony No. 15, K.124
4. 13 - 15 Symphony No. 16, K.128
5. 16 - 19 Symphony No. 18, K.130

DISC: 5

1. 1 - 3 Symphony No. 17, K.129
2. 4 - 8 Symphony No. 19, K.132
3. 9 - 12 Symphony No. 20, K.133
4. 13 - 15 Symphony No. 21, K.134

DISC: 6

1. 1 - 3 Symphony No. 22, K.162
2. 4 - 8 Symphony No. 23, K.181 (162b)
3. 7 - 9 Symphony No. 24, K.182 (173dA)
4. 10 - 13 Symphony No. 25, K.183 (173dB)
5. 14 - 16 Symphony No. 27, K.199 (161b)

DISC: 7

1. 1 - 3 Symphony No. 26, K.184 (161a)
2. 4 - 7 Symphony No. 28, K.200 (189k)
3. 8 - 11 Symphony No. 29, K.201 (186a)
4. 12 - 15 Symphony No. 30, K.202 (186b)

DISC: 8

1. 1 - 3 Symphony No. 31 "Paris" K.297 (300a)
2. 4 - 6 Symphony No. 32, K.318
3. 7 - 10 Symphony No. 33, K.319
4. 11 - 14 Symphony No. 34, K.338

DISC: 9

1. 1 - 4 Symphony No. 35 "Haffner" K.385
2. 5 - 8 Symphony No. 36 "Linz" K.425
3. 9 - 11 Symphony No. 38 "Prague" K.504

DISC: 10

1. 1 - 4 Symphony No. 39, K.543
2. 5 - 8 Symphony No. 40, K.550
3. 9 - 12 Symphony No. 41, "Jupiter" K.551

More Info:

Complete Symphonies on 1 single Blu-ray Audio for the first time! And in 24-bit Hi-Res too. Karl Böhm was one of the first conductors to set down on record his complete symphony cycle. His emphasis on rhythmic, textural and structural clarity are hallmarks of a Mozart style unaffected by fashion, and earned the epithet “timeless” even in his own lifetime.

DG collects his recordings with the Berlin Philharmoniker of the Mozart Symphonies on 10CDs and remastered at 24bit/192kHz on one Blu-ray Audio disc.
• Karl Bohm’s legendary recordings of the complete Mozart Symphonies on 10 CDs and newly remastered in 24bit/192kHz on 1 high fidelity Blu-ray Audio disc
• 60-page booklet with essays on Bohm as Mozartian by Peter Cosse; and on Mozart as a symphonist by Heinz Becker
• Limited Edition slipcase

Born in Graz, B0hm was engaged as a conductor at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich in 1921, before he was 30. Six years later he was appointed General Musical Director in Darmstadt, moving to the Hamburg Opera in 1931. From 1934 to 1943 he was in command at the Dresden State Opera. He became one of the most passionate admirers and powerful advocates of the music of his friend Richard Strauss, but it was the music of Mozart (his greatest love) which was always at the center of his own work as a conductor.

As director of the Vienna State Opera (1943–45, and again 1954–56), and unofficial “General Musical Director of Austria”, and as one of the busiest conductors at the Salzburg Festival from 1938 onwards, in the concert hall and in the opera house, he devoted all his strength and his judgement to the study and performance of Mozart – a task he carried out modestly, unassumingly, and not least with unquenchable good humor, to an advanced age.

The Austrian conductor’s emphasis on rhythmic, textural and structural clarity, and his natural, unforced approach to music-making are hallmarks of a Mozart style which was unaffected by fashion or by compromise, and earned the epithet “timeless” even in his own lifetime.