Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by RichPA, Oct 29, 2005.
My DSD download has no release info, either. I guess you could contact them: email@example.com
Superb playing and sound (24/96 FLAC)
When in Rome...
Based on his godly recordings of Liszt (Etudes and a recital), I figured he'd be excellent in Scriabin: I wasn't wrong! His is easily the best 7th Sonata I have heard. That he excels in such repertoire should not be too surprising since one of his teachers was Lazar Berman!
OLD GAUTIERS NIGHTINGHALL
French & English Lute Music
Nicolas Bouvier, Pierre Gaultier, Simon Ives, Thomas Mace, Rene Mesangeau
Anthony Bailes - lute
Brahms - Clarinet Sonatas
Vaughan Williams - Six Studies
Milhaud - Duo concertant
Jonathan Cohler, clarinet
Judith Gordon, Randall Hodgkinson, piano
Symphony No 7 In F major, Op. 77, "Pastoral"
USSR Ministry Of Culture Symphony Orchestra
Borrowed this from the public library to record to cassette:
LE MAITRE DE "FRICASSÉE"
Secular Music of Jean Japart (15th Century)
Jean Japart, and works by Desprez, Obrecht, Busnoys, Martini, De Vigne, Van Ghizeghem, Anonymous
Michael Form - director
SABA/MPS (Musikproduktionen Schwarzwald)
Holy shchmoly! I have a lot to learn from you guys. I have not heard of any of these composers! Thank you.
2 of my latest arrivals.....
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