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    Default SS 21.06.14 - Schubert #5

    A continuation of the Saturday Symphonies Tradition:

    Welcome to another weekend of symphonic listening!

    For your listening pleasure this weekend:

    Franz Schubert (1797 – 1828)

    Symphony #5 in B-flat Major, D. 485

    1. Allegro
    2. Andante con moto
    3. Menuetto: Allegro molto
    4. Allegro vivace

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    Post what recording you are going to listen to giving details of Orchestra / Conductor / Chorus / Soloists etc - Enjoy!

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    Ladies and Gentlemen we have officially reached the 1/3 mark of our Saturday Symphonies!

    This is week #50! This little project has gone on for almost gone an entire year! Thanks to everyone that has participated over the last year.

    This weekend my recording of choice will be this one:

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    Riccardo Muti/Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

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    Hip Hip, a collective achievement!

    I'll do two, one traditional and one HIP:



    North German Radio Symphony Orchestra u. Erich Kleiber (EMI Great Conductors Of The 20th Century)



    Anima Eterna Orchestra u. Jos van Immerseel (Zig Zag)

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    Harnoncourt & Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

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    Thanks for keeping this topic. It has been a pleasure to enjoy it.
    For this week end, in between all the football games, I will go for Böhm and the BPO, from 1971.
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    Charles Mackerras and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

    I am already listening ahead as I write, as the 6-day torrents have finally stopped and the sun is supposed to brûle for the next week or more, and it has already begun

    It sounds a lot like Mozart, which we did last week

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    Ladies and Gentlemen we have officially reached the 1/3 mark of our Saturday Symphonies!
    I thought this was a random and ongoing tradition! There's a list or programme we're following?
    Last edited by brotagonist; Jun-20-2014 at 16:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brotagonist View Post
    I thought this was a random and ongoing tradition! There's a list or programme we're following?
    Nope, We're following a list. Under the "Orchestral Music" section of the Forum (where this post is) at the top of the page you will see a Sticky Thread that says "The TC 150 Most Recommended Symphonies"

    That is the list we've been going from. So this is going to be almost a 3 year project. Maybe when we run out of those 150 I'll pick ones that weren't on the list. We'll have to see when that time comes

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    One of my favourites and I choose Marriner again this week same as last

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    I will say simply that the Fifth remains my favorite of the Schubert symphonies, and it is the piece by Schubert that I've turned to most over the years.

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    Charles Mackerras/Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

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    Schubert: Symphony 5, w. VPO/Muti (from EMI/Brilliant Classics boxset, rec.1987 - '93)

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    Abbado's set with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe is my usual go to set for when I want to listen to Schubert, but I think I'm going to go with Roy Goodman leading the Hanover Band.
    There's no point being grown-up if you can't be childish sometimes!

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    Love this one, the first movement always makes me happy.

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    I'm going for Sir Thomas Beecham conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

    Well paced, beautifully played and recorded sublimely.

    If I get chance later, I'll listen the Immerseel/Anima Eterna Brugge recording too.
    "Nietzsche said that life was a choice between suffering and boredom. He never said anything about having to put up with both at the same time."
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    I'll go with either Böhm or Beecham -- maybe both!

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