Today's classical playlist

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  1. Beau Geste

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    Reger - Piano Concerto in F minor; Suite im alten Stil
    Love Derwiger, piano
    Norrkoping Symphony Orchestra/Segerstam
     
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    Le Temple de la Gloire, opera in three acts with a prologue


    Marc Labonnette, baritone
    Philippe-Nicolas Martin, baritone
    Camille Ortiz, soprano
    Gabrielle Philiponet, soprano
    Chantal Santon-Jeffery, soprano
    Artavazd Sargsyan, tenor
    Aaron Sheehan, tenor
    Tonia D'Amelio, soprano

    Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale
    Nicholas McGegan


    Recorded live at Cal Performances, Zellerbach Hall, U.C. Berkeley, CA, 4/2017

    Philharmonia CDs

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    Jorge Bolet (piano): RIAS - Volume 1 (rec. 1962-73)

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    Yeah, Teri is great. He finally has a show again, Mondays on WKCR, I believe from about 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. He's a very knowledgeable guy, and I was thinking you might have known him, or about him, by your reference to HIP puriists". Out of curiosity, do you know where you encountered that term?
     
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    In my mind...;)
     
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    I was thinking that when you capitalized "HIP" that it might stand for "Historically Informed Performance (practice), the way Teri used it!
     
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    That's the way I normally see it written.
     
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    Oh, so when you said HIP, you did mean "historically informed performance practice"?

    If so, I guess this phrase is more out there in the vernacular than I realized!
     
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    Indeed to both!
     
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    Ok, I gotcha! :thumbsup:
     
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    One doesn't really look to 1960 Soviet era recordings for an audiogasm, but this sounds pretty decent overall--I can hear some obvious compression/gain-riding and spot mic'ing, but it's perfectly listenable. No, the bass drums don't shake my house the way Andris Nelsons' does, but Kondrashin's is perhaps the most brutally intense version I have heard. The Moscow Philharmonic play as if their lives depended on it.

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    Brahms two-CD set on Pilz. I grew up on these sets and discovered some wonderful recordings are sometimes among the best (I kid you not).

    I did enjoy this album, though didn't listen critically.

    CD 1:
    • Festival Overture
    • Tragic Overture
    • Violin Concerto
    All with the Munich Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Helmut Bucher. The violinist on the concerto isn't listed.

    CD 2:
    • Symphony No. 2
      • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Libor Pesek
    • Liebeslieder Waltzes
      • Gächinger Kantorei, conducted by Helmuth Rilling

    And then for something completely different:

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    Definitely preferred the Brahms!
     

     

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    Schoenberg

    String Quartets Nos. 1 and 2

    LaSalle Quartet

    from Neue Wiener Schule, DG 4-CD set, recorded 1968-1970

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