Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by RichPA, Oct 29, 2005.
Beethoven - Symphony #7
from the DG box set
I am currently listening to Bruckner´s 3rd Symphonie (2nd listen), and am immensly enjoying its epicness
I really need this because lately I have been listening to a lot of new to me Classical music that isn´t all that great, or that I don´t like at all.
So, it´s REALLY good to be listening to something I love! Doing some serious headbanging to the 1st movement
It´s from Concertgebouworkest with Bernard Haitink.
G. G. Kapsberger, D. Pelligrini, A. Piccinini, L. de Narvarez, G. Frescobaldi, B. Gianoncelli
Rolf Lislevand - archlute, baroque guitar, theorboe, director
Arianna Savall - triple harp, voice
Pedro Estevan - percussion
Bjørn Kjellemyr - colascione, double-bass
Guido Morini - organ, clavichord
Marco Ambrosini - nyckelharpa (viola d’amore a chiavi)
Thor-Harald Johnsen - chitarra battente
ECM New Series
Different label, and my release is in German, but I looks to be same music. Discogs doesn't have my version.
Various – Invitation To The Dance
Deutsche Grammophon – 415 789-2
I was just thinking of the fact that even back in 1959, they were selling limited edition albums.
The Magic of Hororwitz
Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No.1 /Glazunov: Violin Concerto
Beethoven - Sonatas for Violin & Piano, Nos. 2, 3 & 4
Pamela Frank, violin
Claude Frank, piano
Choir of the Vienna Hofburgkapelle
Gregorian Chant for the Church Year
Release DateFebruary 18, 2011
Beethoven - Symphonies Nos. 1 & 6
Baroque Music for Brass and Organ
Empire Brass Quintet with William Kuhlman
Mozart: The Complete Violin Concertos
The Kremerata Baltica, Gidon Kremer
Though this is digitally remastered and on the Angel label, I really enjoyed it. I have also on Angel Mahler: Kindertotenlieder with Janet Baker. This Wesendonk I have listened to four times in the last day. Could anyone suggest another recording or mezzo-soprano interpretation of these pieces, or similar works on vinyl? The Angel label I have heard, or read more than once to be best avoided, but I have found some sound very good.
Very belated Happy New Year - this is my first post in this thread in 2018...
And this was my today's playlist:
Gesang der Jünglinge
All records by Deutsche Grammophon
Speakers: Rogers LS 5/9 studio monitors
more Beethoven again
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