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    It's Rachmaninov's 'Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini'.
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    ''Oh, the String Quartet - oh, the Divine Scratching!''

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    Brahms Violin Concerto- played by Henryk Szerynk...I'm still not sure which orchestra accompanied him though...

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    Salieri - Concerto for Oboe and Flute
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    Schubert - Quartet for Flute, Viola, Guitar and Cello in G major, D. 96

    Delightful number!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChamberNut View Post
    Schubert - Quartet for Flute, Viola, Guitar and Cello in G major, D. 96

    Delightful number!
    Surely you couldn't have been listening to that at the time of the post.
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    Prokofiev's 1st Piano Concerto, will probably listen to all five in a 2 hour long Prokofiev marathon.

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    JM Kraus's piano music.

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    Beethoven - Violin Concerto
    Hahn, Zinman, Baltimore SO
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    Sibelius Violin Concerto on the way to work this morning

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    Haydn's Creation — the famous recording with Janowitz, Fischer-Dieskau, Wunderlich et al

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChamberNut View Post
    Schubert - Quartet for Flute, Viola, Guitar and Cello in G major, D. 96

    Delightful number!
    This is interesting, what recording do you suggest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturnus View Post
    This is interesting, what recording do you suggest?
    Unfortunately, I can't recommend any recordings, because I've only heard this work once on a radio station I sent a request in. This was actually substituted for another Schubert Chamber Work I had requested instead, but they could not find it in their library.

    I believe this is the version I heard:

    Schultz, Flute

    Christ, Viola

    Sollscher, Guitar

    Faust, Cello

    on the DG label.

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    Various keyboardists playing Bach on YouTube.

    Harry Ellerm depresses me. In a good way. I guess.

    About to switch to my Bach playlist, so all the Bach I own.

    Goldberg
    Brandenburg
    Orchestral Suites
    Four Great Toccatas and Fugues
    One organ prelude.
    Weep not for little Leonie,
    Abducted by a French marquis!
    Though loss of honor was a wrench
    Just think how it's improved her French.

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    Right now, I’m listening to Charles-Valentin Alkan. (Unjustly forgotten )

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    Dvorak's 9th and Tchaikovsky's 5th and a little bit of Chopin here and there.

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