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    Zemlinsky, Quartet No. 2

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    Morton Feldman's Orchestra (1976)

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    Cd 1. Richard Strauss, Horn concertos.

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    Our own Charlotte Margiono in a fine Mozart recording.

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    Recorded 1992.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JACE View Post
    Now listening to selections from:



    Haydn: "The London Symphonies" (Nos. 99 - 104) / Mogens Wöldike, Vienna State Opera Orchestra
    I used to have these on LP. Wöldike was a terrific Haydn conductor!
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    The Naumburg Recordings, 1980-2001 - The Instrumentalists, disc 1: flute works, Carol Wincec.

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    Krystian Zimerman is playing Witold Lutoslawski´s concerto for piano orchestra. Too much modernism for my taste.
    In the other hand, the cover is so beautiful!

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    J.S. Bach Well-Tempered Clavier Book One Preludes and Fugues 19-24.
    Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichord

    Monumental!
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    at work-break from various responsibilities so Schumann 4th Symphony (has recently become one of my favourite works!)on YT-performed by the VPO conducted by Bernstein-oh yeah!
    'so where are the strong, who are the trusted and where is the harmony, sweet harmony?'
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    Richard Strauss : Four Last songs.
    Lucia Popp/ Klaus Tennstedt

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    Last movement of Korngold's Symphony in F#.



    Act I's massive choral exaltation before King Midas. Mackerras does superb Strauss. Its too bad he never did a Die Frau ohne Schatten or a Die Aegyptische Helena. He's tailor made for the dramatic and climactic moments- the lyrical and tender ones too, certainly.





    Flos Campi- I like this earlier EMI endeavor of Hickox's better than his later effort on Chandos. There's more passion to the choruses with the EMI recording and the choruses are miked more up front as well.
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    New thread? OK...

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    Berio: Sinfonia, Ekphrasis
    Gothenberg Symphony Orchestra, cond. Eötvös


    Hindemith: Kammermusik No. 4 for violin and ensemble
    Kolja Blacher, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. Abbado

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim prideaux View Post
    at work-break from various responsibilities so Schumann 4th Symphony (has recently become one of my favourite works!)on YT-performed by the VPO conducted by Bernstein-oh yeah!
    and then on to Daniel Harding and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra at the Proms performing the final movement of the 2nd-still nothing matches Zinman and the Tonhalle Zurich in this marvellous music!

    Like the way Bernstein is almost 'grooving' while conducting the final movement of the 4th....
    'so where are the strong, who are the trusted and where is the harmony, sweet harmony?'
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