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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post

    I am searching for this one .
    Hi Pugg. This has been transferred as a 2002 CD release from Italy but is evidently hard to find. It's also available as an MP3 download at Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/...dm_ws_sp_ps_dp

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    SALOMON JADASSOHN (1831-1902): Piano Trio No. 4 in C Minor, Op. 85, Piano Quartet in C Minor, Op. 77, Piano Quintet in G Minor, Op. 126. Jadassohn came from a Jewish family in Breslau (Silesia) and studied in Leipzig under Hauptmann and Rietz and had Moscheles as a piano teacher (as well as a spell with Liszt in Weimar). Known as a pedagogue and a master of counterpoint (who left several treatises on theory), his students included Busoni, Delius, Grieg and Weingartner among others but his music (extensive, with four symphonies and two piano concertos in addition to much chamber music) has been forgotten. The three works recorded here are late, dating between 1884-97, but still show the influence of Mendelssohn in their scherzos, a melodic gift and the general musical ethos of Schumann (although Jadassohn was a Wagner partisan) in addition to the expected contrapuntal mastery. Birgitta Wollenweber (piano), Matthias Wollong, Jörg Fassmann (violas), Hartmut Rohde (viola), Michael Sanderling (cello). Real Sound RS 051-0036 (Italy) 02E049 $16.98

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    Hi Pugg. This has been transferred as a 2002 CD release from Italy but is evidently hard to find. It's also available as an MP3 download at Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/...dm_ws_sp_ps_dp
    Thank you very much for the info, the download part I knew ( I have nothing streamed on my P.C) the other is new to me, will do some more searching.
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    Thank you very much for the info, the download part I knew ( I have nothing streamed on my P.C) the other is new to me, will do some more searching.
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    You're welcome. Good luck. If this is any example, this sounds like an exceptionally fine album... I hear something very pure in the sincerity of his musical ideas (and nothing reminds me of Mendelssohn).

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    I fancied getting this as I wanted a recording of the violin concertos featuring a Soviet violinist, a Soviet orchestra and a Soviet conductor but prices have been prohibitive for some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larkenfield View Post
    Thank you very much for the info, the download part I knew ( I have nothing streamed on my P.C) the other is new to me, will do some more searching.
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    You're welcome. Good luck. If this is any example, this sounds like an exceptionally fine album... I hear something very pure in the sincerity of his musical ideas (and nothing reminds me of Mendelssohn).

    This is very good music. Thanks for posting. We should get many members of TC to petition the record company to re-release this, eh?
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    Cherubini: Medea.
    ( highlights on vinyl)
    Eileen Farrell/ André Turp/ Ezio Flagello.
    Arnold Gamson conducting.


    Alas this one made it not to CD till now.
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