Today's classical playlist

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  1. juncers

    juncers Reasonably skeptical about everything

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    No worries from my perspective -- I'm not a huge Bruckner fan. I view him as the transitional step into madness ( Mahler), but not the cause.

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  2. tom67

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    Madness indeed.........fortunately, Bruckner hangs out in the Solid State forum and won't see this exchange......
     
  3. pmsummer

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    RECORDER CONCERTI
    Georg Philipp Telemann
    Peter Holtslag - recorder
    Parlay of Instruments
    Peter Holman - director

    Musical Heritage Society via Hyperion
     
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    KAPSBERGIANA
    Libro Terzo
    Girolamo Kapsberger
    Los Otros
    Hille Perl - viola da gamba, lirone
    Lee Santana - chitarrone
    Steve Player - chitarrone, guitar​

    Deutsche Harmonia Mundi
     
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  5. KDAC

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    Listener's Choice, Vol. 7 - The Best of Strauss

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    Madness, compared to some of the death metal, these old Classical masters have nothing on these new guys.
     
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  9. juncers

    juncers Reasonably skeptical about everything

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    Telemann - Twelve Fantasias for Solo Viola da Gamba
    Richard Boothby


    Ray

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  12. RichPA

    RichPA Don't drive angry Staff Member Super Mod Subscriber

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    Simpson - Symphony No. 11; Variations on a theme by Carl Nielsen
    City of London Sinfonia/Taylor
     
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    LA BELLE HOMICIDE
    Manuscrit Barbe
    Charles Bocquet, Nicolas Dubut, Jacques Gallot, Denis Gaultier, Charles Mouton
    Rolf Lislevand - 11-course baroque lute

    Astrée
     
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    THE LAST SLEEP OF THE VIRGIN
    A Veneration for String Quartet and Handbells
    THE HIDDEN TREASURE
    John Tavener
    SUMMA - FRATRES
    Arvo Pärt
    Chilingirian Quartet

    Virgin Classics
     
  16. Bosphrous

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    Before I disconnected my cable tv service permanently, 7 years ago, I recorded about 9 hours of "Classical Light" from Comcast's On Demand-Music Choice playlist. The cassette tape (#5) I played today had; J. Labor, J.C. Bach, Scarlatti, Dvorak, Bach, Schumann, Telemann, Pachelbel, Taileferre, Heinlichen, Mozart and Chopin.
     
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  17. juncers

    juncers Reasonably skeptical about everything

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    Welcome to the thread! I have a summer house in the Bar Harbor area ( a flatlander from away! ).

    Brunswick stands out in my mind because 20 years ago or so you had an excellent German restaurant ( whose name escapes me) that my wife and I would find a reason to dine in whenever we were anywhere close to you.

    Ray
     
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    SANTIAGO DE MURCIA
    Codex No.4
    Mexico, C. 1730
    Ensemble Kapsberger
    Rolf Lislevand – lute, director

    Naïve
     
  19. guiller

    guiller Toscaninichus Australis

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    I disagree with the idea of Bruckner´s music being "bland". Moments like the demoniac scherzo of the 9th symphony, the devastating climax of the 1st movement of the 8th symphony or the towering fugue in the last movement of the 5th symphony tell me of a universe completely removed from being "bland". Besides that, the word "talented" (only that?) perhaps is there if you don´t have a look at the harmonic progression of Bruckner´s symphonies. In the Adagio (last completed movement) of the 9th symphony, there is for the first time in music a dissonat chrord in fortissimo that is as close to a cluster as it could ever be in the XIX century (Mahler wrote a complete one in the Adagio of his 10th symphony, but many years later). Another great harmonic resource in Bruckner´s music is to be found in the most original modulations acceptable within the realms of tonality (a progression that started with the Mozart of the "Great Mass", followed with Schubert and matured with Bruckner). On the formal developments of Bruckner, the idea of expanding the sonata form with more than two themes is also a great and original one, taken later on by Sibelius and Nielsen, among other XXth century composers.
     
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  20. guiller

    guiller Toscaninichus Australis

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    Telemann:

    Concerto in D major for three trumpets
    Quadro in B flat major
    Concerto in E minor for recorder & flute
    Concerto polonois in G major
    Concerto in E major for flute, oboe d´amore & viola d´amore

    Friedemann Immer, Micheal Lair, Iain Wilson (natural trumpets)
    Catherine Mackintosh, Christopher Hirons (violins)
    Trevor Jones (viola)
    Timothy Mason (cello)
    John Turner (recorder)
    Stephen Preston (flute)
    Clare Shanks (oboe d´amore)
    Monica Huggerr (viola d´amore)

    The Academy of Ancient Music
    Christopher Hogwood

    L´Oseau-Lyre CD

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