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    Regine Crespin singing Gabriel Faure's songs …


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    Beethoven Piano Trio in Bb, WoO.39
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    Beethoven - Six Theme with Variations for Piano and Flute - Op. 105.

    The 4th Theme "The Last Rose of Summer" is absolutely beautiful.

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    Schumann - Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54 (increasingly becoming one of my favorite piano concertos).

    w/Jorge Bolet on piano and Riccardo Chailly conducting the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra.

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    The 'Kegelstatt' Trio, K.498. A clarinet at the hands of Mozart is just beautiful...
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    A symphony of Andrea Luchesi...

    ... by which I mean a real Luchesi symphony, not a symphony of "Haydn" or "Mozart"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leporello87 View Post
    A symphony of Andrea Luchesi...
    More info, please. And where can I listen to more Luchesi symphonies?
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    Vaughan Williams - Symphony No.5
    "Look here, I have given up my time, my work, my friends and my career to come here and learn from you, and I am not going to write a petit menuet dans le style de Mozart." - Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maurice Ravel

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    Mozart - String quintet #6
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    Now it's time for Schubert's string quintet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by opus67 View Post
    More info, please. And where can I listen to more Luchesi symphonies?
    I'm not sure where to find this on CD. Robert Newman sent me this one. It's surprisingly nice

    EDIT: They're as mp3's. I can send them if you want, just drop me an IM (I've posted the IM information on the forum profile).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leporello87 View Post
    A symphony of Andrea Luchesi...

    ... by which I mean a real Luchesi symphony, not a symphony of "Haydn" or "Mozart"
    How can you be absolutely sure that this Symphony has been composed by Luchesi?
    R. Newman wrote somewhere that Luchesi never composed anything (…I mean, for himself…)
    And I suppose that your file (mp3) is not signed…

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    Wieniawksi 2nd violin concerto.
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    The second movement of Brahms' Second symphony. Such a lovely symphony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alnitak View Post
    How can you be absolutely sure that this Symphony has been composed by Luchesi?
    R. Newman wrote somewhere that Luchesi never composed anything (…I mean, for himself…)
    And I suppose that your file (mp3) is not signed…
    I can't be sure! What if Haydn actually wrote it??

    Current piece: Bernstein's Symphonic Dances from West Side Story

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