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    Birtwistle - Moth Requiem

    After many hearings, this remains a favorite recent work.

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    Live at the annual Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, UK
    Three very interesting and engaging works (I've posted more of a 'review' over at 'Latest Concerts')

    Ensemble Modern + Arditti Quartet

    Carole Bauckholt - Laufwerk (2011)
    Christopher Trapani - PolychROME (2017)
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    Brian Ferneyhough - Umbrations (2017)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2f5gcaQ3WXc

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    Gautier Capuçon and Frank Braley - Fauré Après un rêve

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    Some quite fun music in this (if you like Metal at least).

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    Rush - Snakes and Arrows. Awesome album from their later years. My favorite song below, "The Main Monkey Business."

    Tom

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    Boccherini: String Quartet Op. 52 - Venezia String Quartet
    Oliver Lake: Right up On - FLUX Quartet & Oliver Lake (sax)

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    Johannes Brahms (7 May 1833 -- 3 April 1897) - Performers: Karl Leister (clarinet), Amadeus Quartet - Year of recording: 1967 Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115, written in 1891.

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    Soon it will be the first anniversary of Nicolai Gedda's passing. I love the sweetness he brings to "Adelaide" here.
    And the accompanist, Jan Eyron, is perfectly matched with him.


    "If I follow the dictates of my government, I will be violating the dictates of my god."
    -Chiune Sugihara

    "Were my Maker to grant me but a single glance through these sightless eyes of mine, I would, without question or recall, choose to see first a child, then a dog."
    -Helen Keller, quoted by Dr. Andy Mathis

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    It's difficult for me to find any other performance of "Zdes Khorosho" to love, after hearing Gedda's. For me, he owns the piece. But here is a performance that I actually do like.

    "If I follow the dictates of my government, I will be violating the dictates of my god."
    -Chiune Sugihara

    "Were my Maker to grant me but a single glance through these sightless eyes of mine, I would, without question or recall, choose to see first a child, then a dog."
    -Helen Keller, quoted by Dr. Andy Mathis

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    Edvard Grieg ~ Notturno (Lyric Pieces Op. 54)

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    ^ Indestructible, timeless piece of electronic music. The stars must have been aligned during that session; as simple as it may sound, this can never be reproduced. This is where (non-classical) electronic music hit the sweet spot. If you start to move your head and tap your foot to the rhythm, that means you get it.

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    I've been wondering if the 1960's may be the most melodic decade of all time including all periods in Classical Music.

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    "Forgive me, Majesty. I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not.“ Mozart

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    Find all my latest compositions here!

    Listen to my Sonata for Violin, Cello and Piano

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