This is the second of two Podcast Vault selections in our Back to Bach look at the Brandenburg Concertos. This week, we will have HIP, and “so hip that you can’t stand it”, 70’s style.
Our look at Brandenburgs 1 and 2 is as HIP as they come – two performances from the great set by the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; this is the set that is on my iPod, and probably my favourite of all
Updated Oct-12-2013 at 16:04 by itywltmt
This month on ITYWLTMT and on PTB, it is "Back to Bach" month, where we feature discussions on the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, "two-for" style. Later this month, we will discuss the Well-Tempered Clavier on a pair of Once Upon the Internet posts, and for the next couple of weeks, a chance to dust up my two montages that take a “different look” at the Brandenburg Concertos (from December last year).
Updated Oct-01-2013 at 11:27 by itywltmt
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 acquisitions for September
Mendelssohn / Schubert
This month, I posted a podcast featuring Leopold Stokowski, and it is only fair that
Updated Sep-24-2013 at 14:04 by itywltmt
I love this composer, and it's all Huilunsoittaja's fault!
Here's my playlist:
1. We Praise Thee (or Divine Liturgy), Op. 27, No. 6
St. Petersburg Chamber Choir
Directed by Nikolai Korniev
Vladimir Pavolvich Pasjukov, basso profundo
First and foremost, that bass voice made me automatically think of Avi Kaplan.
Anyway, back on track...
This song just makes me want to cry.
Yeah, back when blogs were started here, I called my entire short story section of my blog "The Wandering Tower" Blog, named after one of Prokofiev's own creations. I was very excited to find out that he wrote lots of short stories too, we must have many things in common after all.
So what did you think of the latest story I posted? It took me a long long time to do the actual historical research, in which I melded fictional events into. You may never know which are real