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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post




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    Available for pre-order. "Arrival date to be announced."
    "Remastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound from the original analog tapes!"

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    Vol. 2 of Faust/Melnikov period Mozart violin sonatas:

    1579106677_HMM902361.jpg

    A string quartet named Albion playing Dvorak:
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    Faure piano music - a new series:
    1579001692_PCL10186.jpg

    Godowski reworking Chopin I think it is:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post
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    Did they make three Beethoven quartet sets? I always thought that the DVD set was identical with one of the CD sets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ras View Post
    Vol. 2 of Faust/Melnikov period Mozart violin sonatas:

    1579106677_HMM902361.jpg

    A string quartet named Albion playing Dvorak:
    1579167773_SIGCD597.jpg

    Faure piano music - a new series:
    1579001692_PCL10186.jpg

    Godowski reworking Chopin I think it is:
    1578392738_8225372.jpg
    Wow, Scherbakov taking on the Godowsky/Chopin studies. I didn't think he had it in him. Also, I didn't think Marco Polo was still kicking. I thought Naxos had absorbed them into the catalog.

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    stumbled upon the Arrau Totentanz, unreleased from 1961 the other day.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-KKPucFGRQ

    It seems that it is not available on CD yet.


    There is a new private release with these recordings which I might get, especially curious about the Arrau 1935 Liszt 2 which is not available elsewhere.

    Brailowsky: Liszt Concerto No 1 (live 1945, Mitropoulos)
    Arrau: Liszt Concerto No 2 (live 1935, Rosbaud)
    Cziffra: Liszt Totentanz (live 1962, Benzi, from superior source)
    Magaloff: Liszt Hungarian Fantasy (new to the discography - live 1965, Ansermet)

    https://tinyurl.com/wjsewyg

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    stumbled upon the Arrau Totentanz, unreleased from 1961 the other day.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-KKPucFGRQ

    It seems that it is not available on CD yet.


    There is a new private release with these recordings which I might get, especially curious about the Arrau 1935 Liszt 2 which is not available elsewhere.

    Brailowsky: Liszt Concerto No 1 (live 1945, Mitropoulos)
    Arrau: Liszt Concerto No 2 (live 1935, Rosbaud)
    Cziffra: Liszt Totentanz (live 1962, Benzi, from superior source)
    Magaloff: Liszt Hungarian Fantasy (new to the discography - live 1965, Ansermet)

    https://tinyurl.com/wjsewyg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granate View Post


    Out March 20th
    Interesting. I wonder if there's any difference between this new release and the version I got a few years ago:

    Last edited by WildThing; Jan-30-2020 at 22:27.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildThing View Post
    Interesting. I wonder if there's any difference between this new release and the version I got a few years ago
    That's the million dollar question! The Furtwängler Beethoven recordings for Columbia had been remastered in Japanese SACD in 2012 and the bargain edition by Warner used these remasters in the 2016 release. Warner released a limited edition SACD remaster of the Bruckner Dresden cycle at the end of 2017. Whether they keep or not using the 2000 ART remasters for this bargain 2020 release is a mystery. In the other Bruckner thread I said I hope they used them. I also hope Warner reissues the Furtwängler RAI Ring with original covers and using the Japanese remaster too.

    But it would be better to include that information in the design of the back of the boxes and not have to rely on forum members that have previously purchased the box and read the booklet.
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    Pianist Steven Osborne playing Prokofiev's "War Sonatas".
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    More obscure piano concertos in Hyperion's series - 80 releases so far.
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    Listed as a future release in Hyperion's e-mail newsletter is a forthcoming recording of Beethoven's piano concertos by pianist Stephen Hough - as far as I know he hasn't recorded Beethoven's concertos before.

    I'm already somewhat "dizzy" like a knocked-out boxer thinking about all of the pianists who may be recording Beethoven's concertos for the 250 anniversary of Beethoven's birth.
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    This is a bit strange - This CD contains Richard Strauss' "Four Last Songs" sung by the young Elsa Dreisig, but nowhere is an orchestra or a conductor credited on the cover or the back of the CD. The pianist is Jonathan Ware:

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    In case you don't know Elsa Dreisig (I didn't) she had her debut on Erato in 2018 with this opera recital cd also on Erato:

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