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    Default The great #104s

    Bet you though I was gonna mention Haydn, but .....

    you're wrong!!! :P

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    Mozart - 6 Minuets, kv104

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    Are we supposed to guess what you were mentioning? 104's across the repertoire?

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    Sibelius - Symphony No. 6, Op. 104

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    Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 4 in E flat major (WAB 104) is surely one of the greatest 104s.

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    Dvorak: Cello Cto op.104

    have got
    - Rose,Ormandy,Philad/cbs-sony 90 sbk 46337
    - Fournier,Scherchen,SuisItRSO/ermit 62-96 erm 170-2
    - Casals,Szell,CzechPO/fra publ dom arch opt.1937
    - Rostropovich,Khaikin,USSRRSO/brill 10cd 92771
    - Piatigorsky,Ormandy,Philad/tim 46-00 20236-303
    - Fournier,Celibidache,LPO/membran 4cd mono 05 222336-354
    - Rostropovich,Boult,RPO/emi 58 st sxlp 30176
    - Rostropovich,Talich,CzechPO/sup mono dv 5238

    EDIT: Am giving the old Rostropovich/Talich a listen and in spite of the old sound, it is amazing how many colours and nuanced expressions they are able to give the work. It turns out that Rostropovich apparently preferred that recording among those he made, cf.
    http://www.supraphon.com/en/catalogu...titulu=2007220

    Could probably need a new luxurious recording also though. But they often seem to lack elan.
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    Elliott Carter will be the most enviable 104 if he makes it to December this year.

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    ^Don't worry. He's guaranteed to make it again. I think he might fall off the hook next year.

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    i don't know what's BWV104, but i bet it's great!

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    Bach: Cantata "Dur Hirte Israel, Höre" BWV 104

    [YT]v=MCuTakRcA7k[/YT]

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    Beethoven - String Quintet in C minor, Op. 104

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    Lief Segerstam has done a few hundred symphonies, so there must be a #104.

    I just checked Sammartini. The guy who really "invented" the symphony and string quartet (but nobody has heard a single one of his ). I thought he had well over 100 symphonies but it turns out he only did 67, according to wikipedia...
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    Genuine ersatz classical listener since 1981.

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    Chopin - Etude in C-sharp minor, Op. 10 No. 4


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    Quote Originally Posted by Klavierspieler View Post
    Chopin - Etude in C-sharp minor, Op. 10 No. 4
    Okay, it's not classical music, but Jackson Browne mentions "ten-four" in one of his songs:

    [yt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIKJrnj-s1M[/yt]
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    Fauré - Nocturne (Op. 104) No. 11

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