Thread: Current Listening Vol I

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    Strauss - Im Abendrot (Masur/Norman)
    Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 2 (Bernstein)
    Bruckner - Symphony No. 4 (Celibidache)
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    Mozart - die Zauberflote

    Klemperer conducting with Lucia Popp, Gundula Janowitz, Nicholai Gedda et al

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    Rachmaninoff - Symphony No. 2 (Sokoloff)

    A very rare occurrence for me.

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    Nikolai Luganski 'playing' Rachmaninov's Variations on a Theme of Chopin (very painful)

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    Bruckner: Symphony No. 8 In C Minor, WAB 108, "Apocalyptic"


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    Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 2 (Pletnev)

    Possibly the catchiest symphony ever. Well, right now it is.

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    I've been listened a lot to Jonas Kaufmann lately actually... Went through my iTunes playlist and rediscovered a lot of stuff.
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    Rosenkavalier, Solti

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    Brendel Haydn Piano Sonatas Hob. XVI: 20 & 49, rec. 1979.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    Brendel Haydn Piano Sonatas Hob. XVI: 20 & 49, rec. 1979.

    Attachment 2948

    Brendel's Haydn is first rate. beautiful
    i have all he did.
    i also have the Mccabe cycle on Decca. really beautifully done.

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    Kodaly, Missa Brevis, then Bartok, The Wooden Prince.

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    Mahler 6 with VPO/Boulez should be on every Mahlerian shortlist. Attachment 2951

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    Respighi, Ancient Airs and Dances, Suites Nos. 1 through 3.

    These pastiches are nice. I'm not listening close enough to tell if they're good or bad musically; all I care about right now is, they're
    pleasant to hear.

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    Listened to Ipod throughout the day.

    JS Bach: Masses
    JS Bach: Partitas for solo violin
    JC Bach: Concerto in C minor
    Bruch: Romance in F for Viola & Orchestra; Violin Concerto
    Bax: Violin Concerto


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    Since the introduction of CDs I feel that the art of listening to Long Playing records has been lost. That's why I listen to my LPs as much as I can.


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