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    Quote Originally Posted by Andolink View Post
    Tobias Michael--Sacred Madrigals (1634/35 & 1637):

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    I did not even know this composer, interesting program there, thanks.

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    JS Bach`s second cousin, Johann Ludwig.

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    Georg Joseph Vogler - Requiem in E-flat major
    He is also known as Abbe Vogler as he became an ordained priest early in his life and remained
    active and successful in music until a ripe old age


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    Antonio Lotti Vesper Psalms. I liked these psalms very much, then I've checked the biography of Lotti and he turned out to be a teacher of Zelenka. Well, no wonder I like them both In Dixit Dominus he sends his greetings to Michael Nymann or it's better to say Michael sends his greetings to Lotti and Purcell
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    Giovanni Sgambati (1841-1914)Messa da Requiem 1895 (Carus-Verlag 83.121)

    This is, in my opinion, a wonderful recording. His Agnus Dei is probably the most placid that I have ever heard.
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    I have been listening to the organ music of Charles Tournemire - Namely his L'Orgue Mystique - 238 movements in all. It is so inspiring to hear how he captures the essence of the plain-chant for every Sunday of the Church Year. The English artist Tom M. Walker was also so inspired by Tournemire's L'Orgue Mystique, that he did a series of paintings based on L'Orgue Mystique. I now will post the website so that y'all can see Mr. Walker's efforts - Click on the "Tournemire Triptychs":

    http://www.tommwalker.co.uk/
    Something to rock your cradle with:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Su-d6_pBFY

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    Tchaikovsky 9 sacred pieces. It's my first time listening to them, but so far I have an impression they are not very typical for Tchaikovsky, at least not typical of what we usually expect from his music.
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    F. Liszt: Weihnachtsbaum - Christmas Tree, S 186 Balázs Fülei - piano.
    It's about 45 minutes. It's Liszt's Christmas album.


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    Monks from the Monastery Santa Domingo de Silos
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post

    Monks from the Monastery Santa Domingo de Silos
    I dig this op speciality for you helenora.
    Do you know this CD?
    Last edited by Pugg; Nov-16-2015 at 14:21.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Loving this beautiful album, just downloaded it yesterday.

    And I have on queue these albums:




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    Beautiful music:


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    Pergolesi; Stabat Mater.
    Cotrubas/ Valentini-Terrani.
    Claudio Scimone
    conducting
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    I dig this op speciality for you helenora.
    Do you know this CD?
    Yes, I've listened to it. when I first saw this post I thought : "oh, it's so much of my taste!" yeah, really
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post

    Pergolesi; Stabat Mater.
    Cotrubas/ Valentini-Terrani.
    Claudio Scimone
    conducting
    couple of days ago I listened to it, well, I'd decided to re-listen , last time it was some years ago
    Man muss das Leben tanzen

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