Hanspeter Gmür (fictitious conductor, Alfred Scholz pseudonym)

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Hanspeter Gmür appears to be a real conductor whose name was appropriated for credits in certain Alfred Scholz classical recordings that don't involve him.

the profile for the Swiss conductor is here: Hanspeter Gmür

Annotation last modified on 2017-07-08 07:37 UTC.



1990Concertos for King Ferdinand IV of NapoliHaydn; Camerata Rhenania, Hanspeter Gmür1
1991Concertos for Ferdinand IV, King of Naples Hob.:VIIh/1-4Joseph Haydn; Hanspeter Gmür, Camerata Rhenania2
1993Double Violin Concerto / Violin Partita / Orchestral Suite no. 2Bach; Camerata Rhenania, Hanspeter Gmür, Francesco Macci, Conrad von der Goltz1
1996A consagração da primavera / PetruchkaIgor Stravinsky; Philharmonia Slavonica, Hanspeter Gmür1
1999The Genius of Verdi, Vol. 3Verdi; Chorus of the Munich State Opera, Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra, Hanspeter Gmür1

Album + Compilation

1991Petruschka / Symphonie in drei SätzenStravinsky; Philharmonia Slavonica, Hanspeter Gmür, Carlo Panatelli1
1994Concertos for Piano nos. 1 and 2Franz Liszt; Dieter Goldmann, Süddeutsche Philharmonie, Hanspeter Gmür1
1994Symphonie Nr. 3, “Eroica” / Leonoren‐Ouvertüre Nr. 3Ludwig van Beethoven; Slovenská filharmónia, Henry Adolph, Süddeutsche Philharmonie, Hanspeter Gmür4
1994Trumpet ConcertosCamerata Romana, Hanspeter Gmür, Rolf Quinque1
1999The Genius of Verdi, Vol. 1Verdi; Chorus of the Munich State Opera, Nurnberg Symphony Orchestra, Hanspeter Gmür1
2002Carnaval des Animaux / Symphony no. 3Camille Saint‐Saëns; Süddeutsche Philharmonie, Hanspeter Gmür, Münchner Symphoniker, Alberto Lizzio2
Sonntagskonzert, Vol. IISüddeutsche Philharmonie, Hanspeter Gmür1

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