Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by RichPA, Oct 29, 2005.
Scriabin - Symphony No. 1
Jablonski/Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin/Ashkenazy
Mitsuko Uchida plays Schubert
Symphony 3 in C major, Op. 52
Sir John Barbirolli
Warner Classics CD (original EMI recording) (in a 5 CD set that includes the 7 symphonies and a few symphonic poems)
The search engine returns 159 hits of the word "Ligeti" in this thread! http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?search/11100515/&q=ligeti&t=post&o=date&c[thread]=51069 . BTW, he's one of my favourite "contemporary" composers.
Thanks for the correction,just seemed so.....he is rather unique isnt he?
Agreed. I've found that his music has the singular ability of interesting seasoned listeners and newbies as well.
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and soloists
Rumon Gamba - conductor
Fatcat Records - BBC Radio 3
Look at what I learned to do this weekend! (my audio and video - rough video)
Poway Symphonette - *Ulli Reiner
April 14, 2018 saturday 3pm
Rancho Bernardo Library - R.B., Ca
Concerto for solo Violin and Bassoon - G.F. Handel
Ulli Reiner, violin
Takuya Ohkubo, bassoon
Concerto for Two Violins and strings - Vivaldi
Ulli Reiner (l) and, Gayle McCutchan (r), violins
Concerto in C Major for Solo Cello and strings - Vivaldi
Takashi Kiyoizumi, cello
Ulli Reiner concertmaster
Themes on Gloria - Vivaldi
All first row center (until they shoe-horned another row in front of first row;.. but, with a outwardly tapered funneled view for my mics; a very nice consideration!)
DPA 4060 12" baffled omni stereo, with mics 1/4" from disc face, each.
Line Audio CM3 pair, wide-DIN 25cm90º
Mics at tall seated level in center aisle, at first row.
Tas. DR70D 2496
This was a total impromptu decision made seconds before pushing the video record button on my small Nikon Coolpix Point and Hope camera. I've never run any form of video before; tolerance begged.
*Ulli is a current Grammy Awards finalist. She was unable to find a videographer for the concert. So, at the last second, I hit video record on the camera, and, leaned forward awkwardly for the next half hour.
She's quite good, isn't she? Dramatic sensibility, great voice...pity she seemed to just disappear from the scene...I think I read somewhere that she had some vocal problems?
I actually heard his composition for 100 metromonmes "performed" live. It was really quite interesting!!
Angele Dubeau and La Pieta, Portrait
Brahms: Symphony 4, Tragic Overture
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