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  1. #6 - Wand conducting NDR-Sinfonieorchester - Bruckner - Symphony No. 3

    I'm not a electrical/mono/early-stereo elitist. For the next record, I fast-forward 41 years:

    Should be splendid! Wand already has a well-acclaimed Bruckner cycle to his credit and his series of live Bruckner performances with Berliner Philharmoniker and NDR-Sinfonieorchesterare classics too.

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    Updated Mar-01-2015 at 13:49 by Lord Lance

    Classical Music , Composers , Conductors , Concerts , Recorded Music
  2. #5 - Furtwangler conducting Wiener Philharmoniker - Bruckner - Symphony No. 5

    Continuing in the Grand Furtwangler Tradition [GFT] {TM} (Yes, I produce a lot of Trademarks on a daily basis. Its just one of the perks of being humanity's savior. }

    Popped in this performance from Membran box set:

    Bruckner's Fifth Symphony - 1951 - Wiener Philharmoniker

    The loudness and dynamics seems to be testing the limits

    Updated Mar-03-2015 at 08:00 by Lord Lance

    Classical Music , Composers , Conductors , Concerts , Recorded Music
  3. #1 - Furtwangler/BPO/Aeschbacher/Hansen - Beethoven - Piano Concertos No.1 and 4

    Day I - Session 1 [The brilliance of my idea that is naming my listening makes me worship-worthy.]

    That's the only album cover I could find. I am using the Membran remasters as I own this glorious set:

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    Updated Mar-08-2015 at 14:11 by Lord Lance

    Classical Music , Composers , Conductors , Musicians , Recorded Music
  4. La Chronique du Disque (February 2015)

    For those unfamiliar with our monthly recordings review - If Sound Quality (SQ) and Overall Impression (OI) grades need further context, feel free to visit earlier posts in this series.

    My Suggestions for Febrary

    Mozart, Schubert - Music for Two Pianos - Perahia, Lupu

    My feature recommendation for this month’s “Double, Double” series is this first of two discs ...
  5. Mozart, Mozart (... and Barylli & Badura-Skoda)

    Once Upon the Internet this week takes us back to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for another post in our “Double, Double” series, this time with some pieces for a pair of performers – violinist Walter Barylli and pianist Paul Badura-Skoda.

    Badura-Skoda is not in his first visit on our OUTI posts, being part of our very first one (almost three years ago!) and later in more Mozart, as a recitalist in a trio of Mozart piano sonatas. This is, however, Mr. Barylli’s first time here and this merits ...
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