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    Quote Originally Posted by Ras View Post
    It is J.S. Bach. The trumpet concertos are Matthias Hofs' own arrangements of keyboard concertos among them the Italian Concerto and BWV 1056. He plays a modern piccolo trumpet. On the label's website there a bit more information:

    https://berlin-classics-music.com/en...t-concertos-2/
    There's this also - I got to know it through Rohneyer, I think it's rather agreeable!

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    Never Trumpers will love "My Marvellous Wall" on the Koh set
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    Bruno Walter Complete Columbia Album Collection

    https://www.prestomusic.com/classica...bum-collection
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkAngel View Post
    BIS label wisely will complete the Brautigam Beethoven solo keyboard set on Sept 27 with supplemental 6 disc boxset to capture the wonderful variations not included in original sonata boxset release.....not sure why they didn't just release a larger complete boxset since any fan of Brautigams sonatas would surely want these variations also!



    Original sonata boxset


    If I recall a similar thing happened with Brauigam's Mozart series until BIS finally released a complete boxset of sonatas and variations.......

    I got tired of waiting for BIS to collect the variations so I bought the individual discs, at much higher price. But it was worth it. Brautigam is consistently excellent on Beethoven.
    Hours of unrecorded, unpublished and unknown Beethoven works at The Unheard Beethoven

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    Next year is Beethoven's. This was Berlioz. 2024 is Bruckner's. And record companies are on their way to fill our shelves with new editions and recordings. But which composers have anniversaries in 2021, 2022 and 2023?



    2020: Václav Neumann, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli would be 100 years old and we all know Beethoven would be 250. And 100 years since Max Bruch passed away.
    2021: Ok, it's like Franco Corelli, Giuseppe di Stefano and Sena Jurinac will be 100. Also, 100 years will have passed since Engelbert Humperdinck died.
    2022: Jean-Pierre Rampal, Renata Tebaldi would be 100 years old. Composer Iannis Xenakis too. Joachim Raff and César Franck would be 200 instead. And the years marks 175 years since Felix Mendelssohn passed away.
    2023: Artists Cesare Siepi, Victoria de los Ángeles, Alicia de Larrocha, Wolfgang Sawallisch, composer György Ligeti and unearthly goddess Maria Callas would be 100 years old. Édouard Lalo would be 200. 50 years since Pau Casals passed away.
    2024: Conductors Neville Marriner and Georges Prêtre, singer Carlo Bergonzi, Composer Luigi Nono would be 100 years old. Arnold Schönberg would be 150. Bedřich Smetana and Anton Bruckner would be 200 years old. 100 years since Gabriel Fauré and Giacomo Puccini died.
    2025: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Nicolai Gedda, Charles Mackerras and Pierre Boulez would have 100 years old, Maurice Ravel would be 150, while Bizet would have died 150 years ago. 50 years since D. Shostakovich passed away.

    All info is here and I made a selection of the people I know that could get special releases during these years to celebrate each anniversary.
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    ^^^^^
    2020 is also the year that Dame Joan Sutherland died 10 years ago, box set with all recordings in the pipeline.
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    A complete new Beethoven cycle by Nelsons and the VPO.

    A first very brief random listen connected in the 9th. Are we really waiting for more Beethoven cycles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NLAdriaan View Post
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    A complete new Beethoven cycle by Nelsons and the VPO.

    A first very brief random listen connected in the 9th. Are we really waiting for more Beethoven cycles?
    For a cycle with a female conductor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Granate View Post
    Next year is Beethoven's. This was Berlioz. 2024 is Bruckner's. And record companies are on their way to fill our shelves with new editions and recordings. But which composers have anniversaries in 2021, 2022 and 2023?



    2020: Václav Neumann, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli would be 100 years old and we all know Beethoven would be 250. And 100 years since Max Bruch passed away.
    2021: Ok, it's like Franco Corelli, Giuseppe di Stefano and Sena Jurinac will be 100. Also, 100 years will have passed since Engelbert Humperdinck died.
    2022: Jean-Pierre Rampal, Renata Tebaldi would be 100 years old. Composer Iannis Xenakis too. Joachim Raff and César Franck would be 200 instead. And the years marks 175 years since Felix Mendelssohn passed away.
    2023: Artists Cesare Siepi, Victoria de los Ángeles, Alicia de Larrocha, Wolfgang Sawallisch, composer György Ligeti and unearthly goddess Maria Callas would be 100 years old. Édouard Lalo would be 200. 50 years since Pau Casals passed away.
    2024: Conductors Neville Marriner and Georges Prêtre, singer Carlo Bergonzi, Composer Luigi Nono would be 100 years old. Arnold Schönberg would be 150. Bedřich Smetana and Anton Bruckner would be 200 years old. 100 years since Gabriel Fauré and Giacomo Puccini died.
    2025: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Nicolai Gedda, Charles Mackerras and Pierre Boulez would have 100 years old, Maurice Ravel would be 150, while Bizet would have died 150 years ago. 50 years since D. Shostakovich passed away.

    All info is here and I made a selection of the people I know that could get special releases during these years to celebrate each anniversary.
    My bet is Sony celebrates Isaac Stern's 100th in 2020 more than they or anyone else does any other artist or composer.

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