Continuing the series that so far includes Kubelík, http://www.colinscolumn.com/conductor-composers-3-rafael-kubelik-1914-96-conducts-his-symphony-in-one-movement-1974-with-sic-cologne-radio-orchestra-audio-only/, Klemperer, http://www.colinscolumn.com/conductor-composers-2-otto-klemperers-merry-waltz-the-composer-conducts-the-philharmonia-orchestra-1962-columbia-recording/, and Martinon (the unsuspected catalyst for this occasional ‘con-comp’ foray), http://www.colinscolumn.com/three-pieces-of-music-by-jean-martinon-overture-concerto-symphony-audio-of-each/, and can now also include this isolated example, http://www.colinscolumn.com/evgeny-svetlanov-conducts-his-own-symphony-in-b-minor-1956-ussr-state-symphony-orchestra-recorded-in-1975-four-movements-forty-eight-minutes-audio-only/.

Kletzki early stereo, http://www.colinscolumn.com/first-hand-records-releases-early-stereo-recordings-4-cantelli-goossens-gui-kletzki/

Kletzki shares his dates (1900-73) with Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt, here filmed conducting Bach: http://www.colinscolumn.com/hans-schmidt-isserstedt-1900-73-conducts-j-s-bachs-brandenburg-concerto-no-2-ndr-sinfonieorchester-hamburg-december-31-1961/, the way this music used to be played.