Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by RichPA, Oct 29, 2005.
I´m on CD 17 of 70 from the Amadeus Quartett, and am REALLY enjoying it.
Especially the 4th movement of OP 59 part 3, Razumovsky.
Edit: I forgot to mention that this piece is from Beethoven Of course, the more experienced here probably already knew that
17th-CENTURY FUNERAL MUSIC
Schütz - Praetorius - Schein - Demantius
Howard Arman - director
Listening to the beautiful Bach on this...
I love these trumpet concertos.
Edouard Lalo - Complete Songs
Tchaikovsky - Concert Fantasy; Piano Concerto No. 1
Peter Donohoe, piano
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra/Barshai
On an Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodníčku), Books I & II
Piano Sonata 1.X.1905
In the Mists (V mlhách)
Was listening to a great performance of BWV 140 off of this last night...
Morning classics on WKCR. It’s Columbia U’s station, and they usually pull some very obscure works to play. A lot of twentieth century.
Rawsthorne - String Quartets; Theme and Variations for Two Violins
Weill - Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2; Lady in the Dark - Symphonic Nocturne
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra/Alsop
Shostakovich - Symphonies
Huddersfield Choral Society
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra
Nancy Van De Bate(sp) violin concerto on WKCR.
Ruth Scoenthal piano compositions, “variations in search of a theme”, next on WKCR, Cereal Music.
WKCR for afternoon classics.
Antoine Forqueray - Pièces de viole
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