Grand Prix du Disque for Instrumental and Symphonic Music
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The Grand Prix du Disque for Instrumental and Symphonic Music is awarded by the Académie Charles Cros, L'Abbaye, 02570 Chézy sur Marne, France.
The following is a partial list of winners:
|Beethoven*, Carl Schuricht, Orchestre De La Société Des Concerts Du Conservatoire De Paris* / Shura Cherkassky - Choral - Symphony No. 9 In D Minor / Eroica Variations (2xLP, Club, Mono)|
- Herbert Schachtschneider (Waldemar), Inge Borkh (Tove), Hertha Töpper (Waldtaube), Kieth Engen (Bauer), Lorenz Fehenberger (Klaus-Narr), Hans Herbert-Fiedler (narrator), the Bavarian Radio Chorus directed by chorusmaster Wolfgang Schubert conducted by Rafael Kubelík for their recording of Gurre-Lieder by Arnold Schoenberg.
- Truls Mørk, cello, and R. Capuçon and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France directed by Myung-whun Chung for their recording of works by Henri Dutilleux.
- Éric Le Sage and Frank Braley, pianos, with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Liège conducted by Stéphane Denève for their recording of Francis Poulenc: Concerto for Two Pianos and Concerto for Piano.
- Rian Waul, piano, and the Ensemble Anima Eterna, conducted by Jos van Immerseel for their recording of Franz Liszt works for orchestra.
- Christophe Desjardins, alto, and the Collegium Novum Zürich and the Basler Madrigalisten, directed by J. Nott for their album Voix d'Alto.