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    Schumann's 'Spring' Symphony - Bernstein and the Vienna PO.
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    Ravel - Piano Concerto in D major for the Left hand

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    Boccherini's Guitar Quintet # 4

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    Balakirev -Islamey
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    Beethoven's SQ No.4
    ''Oh, the String Quartet - oh, the Divine Scratching!''

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    Goldberg Variations, with Gould humming in the background.
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    Arias from Salieri’s operas performed by the Mezzo-Soprano Cecilia Bartoli

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    Brahms' first Piano Concerto... what a musical journey!

    @ Alnitak: are the arias any good? I've always been curious about Salieri's work, although most of his œuvre has generally been dismissed as mediocre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morigan View Post
    @ Alnitak: are the arias any good? I've always been curious about Salieri's work, although most of his œuvre has generally been dismissed as mediocre.
    The Cd I bought is « Cecilia Bartoli - The Salieri Album ».
    You can listen to samples on Amazone :
    http://www.amazon.com/Cecilia-Bartol.../dp/B0000A01J6

    I almost regret it, perhaps because the Arias are performed in a very baroque manner. I’ve already bought a CD with her singing Vivaldi, and I had the same impression.I am therefore unable to answer your question…

    Moreover, i’ve borrowed this afternoon a concerto for fortepiano and a concerto for flute, oboe and orchestra. The work which comes closest to the mature classical style as we know it through Mozart and Haydn is the keyboard concerto in B flat. May I say that they are charming and enjoyable? in any case, I prefer them...

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    Mozart :k620

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    Earlier - Ravel, Valses Nobles et Sentimentales
    Now - Mendelssohn - Symphony no. 3 in A Minor
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    a Bird .

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    Currently Ignaz Moscheles' Second Piano Concerto

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    Very early Beethoven (1785) Piano Quartet Wo0 36 No. 1 in E-flat major

    ....since I just got the Beethoven misc. Chamber Works CD from the DG complete Beethoven collection.

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    Les Adiuex - Pollini
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