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    Stravinsky festival

    The Firebird and Petrushka


    Rite of Spring, Symphonies of Wind Instruments


    Pulcinella, Scherzo fantastique


    Symphony in Three Movements, Symphony of Psalms, Symphony in C


    Apollo, Agon and Orpheus


    I thoroughly enjoyed my Friday evening. Usually I come home from work after a week of work and collapse on the couch and watch tv. Last night I listened to Stravinsky. I feel great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flamencosketches View Post
    Why do you have to be so enigmatic, Dimace It could be one of so many conductors...

    Current listening: Reiner's Mahler 4th. I've shared the album artwork several times here in the past week or so. Not going to do that again.
    He's trying to keep us in suspense. I've marked it on the calendar and going to hold him to it!
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    Bach: Viola Da Gamba Sonata No. 2
    Prokofiev: Cello Sonata

    Gregor Piatigorsky, cello
    Ralph Berkowitz, piano

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    Perhaps not for everyone but it has some good moments of Celibidache magic. The New World from

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza sordino View Post
    Stravinsky festival


    Rite of Spring, Symphonies of Wind Instruments








    I thoroughly enjoyed my Friday evening. Usually I come home from work after a week of work and collapse on the couch and watch tv. Last night I listened to Stravinsky. I feel great.
    I'm also in a Stravinsky mode,purchased today another a Le Sacre du Printemps .Did you like the Dutoit recording?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bourdon View Post
    I'm also in a Stravinsky mode,purchased today another a Le Sacre du Printemps .Did you like the Dutoit recording?

    The Dutoit recording is safe, not out of control and frenzied. It's nice, not savage. It's a fine recording but not definitive. I haven't heard many different recordings to make a good comparison. I like what it's coupled with: Symphonies of Wind Instruments.

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    Lepo Sumera: Mushroom Cantata
    Concerto per voci e strumenti, Though Your Homeland May Be in Dark for Long,
    Mushroom Cantata, Island Maiden´s Song from the Sea

    Tõnu Kaljuste, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra
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    Quote Originally Posted by senza sordino View Post
    The Dutoit recording is safe, not out of control and frenzied. It's nice, not savage. It's a fine recording but not definitive. I haven't heard many different recordings to make a good comparison. I like what it's coupled with: Symphonies of Wind Instruments.
    I still like the first Karajan recording.

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    J S Bach, French Suites BWV 812, 813, 814,815 - Glenn Gould.


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    SONATAS FOR LUTE
    Silvius Leopold Weiss
    Franklin Lei - lute

    Naxos
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    Vaughan Williams, Symphony No. 5

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    František Benda (1709-1786):
    Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major
    Václav Pichl (1741-1805):
    Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major, op.3 no.1
    Antonín Vranický (1761-1820):
    Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in C major

    Gabriela Demeterová
    Prague Chamber Orchestra
    Milan Lajčik - conductor

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    Koechlin: Music for Clarinet. Altmann, Henschel (hanssler)

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    Luigi Boccerhini (1743-1805): Flute Quintet No.6 in B Flat, G.442

    Jean Pierre Rampal, flute -- Regis Pasquier, violin -- Bruno Pasquier, viola -- Roland Pidoux and Mathilde Sternat, cellos

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