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    I don't get it. Kuijken recorded the same symphonies with his band for the same label. And now we have other early Haydn symphonies from the Esterhazy Palace than the Fischers.

    I really like the Graphic Design and hope Kuijken keeps recording Haydn symphonies or other composers I'm yet to explore, he makes a great combination with La Petite Bande.
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    100 Years of the Salzburg Festival — the official jubilee edition + a DG Store Exclusive



    We celebrate 100 years of the world’s most famous festival with a 58-CD retrospective, including unforgettable recordings from 1947–2016. The edition is curated in four chapters and in chronological order: Operas, Concerts, Recitals, and Spoken Word. It includes great conductors such as Abbado, Bernstein, Böhm, Karajan, Muti, Solti and Mehta, unforgettable singers such as della Casa, Domingo, Ludwig, Netrebko, Norman, Prey, Villazón and Wunderlich and outstanding soloists such as Argerich, Brendel, Mutter and Sokolov. A 164 page booklet with insightful essays by Karajan biographer Richard Osborne, and by Salzburg’s Director of Dramaturgy, Margarete Lasinger are complimented by detailed documentation and original stage and concert photos from the Salzburg Festival Archive. The set also includes rare recordings of particular interest such as the first CD release of Mozart’s Symphonies Nos. 26 & 30, conducted by Bernhard Paumgartner, the festival’s driving force in the 1950s and the 1958 recording of “Jedermann”, a spoken word theatre play. “Jedermann” (“Everyman”) is traditionally mounted on Salzburg’s cathedral square and is a centerpiece of the festival; and finally Karajan’s 1959 account of Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice: this was a glorious moment in Karajan’s career, and a re-enactment of his own triumphant Gluck performance from 1948.

    DG Store Exclusive — in cooperation with the Eliette and Herbert von Karajan Institute.
    Herbert von Karajan was for decades the most artistically significant figure of the Salzburg Festival. His artistic vision and sound-aesthetic rewrote the history of interpretation, and continue to exercise their fascination to this day. Order you copy of this box from the DG Store before 30 June 2020 and you will receive personalised access to a special website created by the Karajan Institute presenting fascinating documentary material about Herbert von Karajan. The material includes video interviews with first-hand witnesses, letters to and from Herbert von Karajan, posters, concert programmes, photos of memorable performances and more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post

    Finally ..........................
    “Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.” ― Mark Twain

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    When all else fails, listen to Thick as a Brick.

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    Default New from Harmonia Mundi

    Heras-Casada records you know that long Beethoven symphony with the singers and stuff (Released yesterday):
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    Paul Lewis records famous but not often recorded Beethoven repertoire - Bagatelles. (Release date: July 10th)
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    When all else fails, listen to Thick as a Brick.

    "Life's a long song, but the tune ends too soon for us all." Ian Anderson lyric

    "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." Hamlet

    "Man does not live by bread alone......"

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    When all else fails, listen to Thick as a Brick.

    "Life's a long song, but the tune ends too soon for us all." Ian Anderson lyric

    "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." Hamlet

    "Man does not live by bread alone......"

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    Due August 14th, contains his Symphony cycles, plus some older Symphony recordings, some overtures and the Mass in C

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    When all else fails, listen to Thick as a Brick.

    "Life's a long song, but the tune ends too soon for us all." Ian Anderson lyric

    "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." Hamlet

    "Man does not live by bread alone......"

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    ^ His glasses are crooked. It's okay, but those kind of things bug me.
    Last edited by SixFootScowl; Jul-05-2020 at 19:57.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SixFootScowl View Post
    ^ His glasses are crooked. It's okay, but those kind of things bug me.


    Actually, ROTFLMAO!

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