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    Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5. Haitink/Royal Concertgebouw. Excellent account of the 5th, right up there with my other favourites (Bernstein, Barshai). The 9th is terrific on this disc too.

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    So your all wondering what obscur flemish composer deprofundis is gonna put on the table... is it Philip van Wilder, nope i had a listen to this fabuleous composer of renaissance today in early morning now for tonih the program so far is J.s Bach Motets on Musique d'abord affiliated label of harmona mundi if i'm accurate, very nice and better than naxos, sorry naxos no hard feeling you did better whit instrumental J.s Bach).

    Tonight im into J.s Bach and perhaps enigmatic Melchior Vulpius motettens, since it renaissance but sounded to me kinda early baroque, but anyway have a goodnight im sleepy.

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    Mozart - Complete Symphonies

    The English Concert, Trevor Pinnock

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    No.42
    No.46
    No.10
    No.12
    No.13

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    Bach, Inventions and Sinfonias

    I'm probably a terrible person, but I prefer Andras Schiff and Simone Dinnerstein on piano to the harpsichord. But I guess if I'm going to hear these in their natural state, Suzuki is the one to go to.

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    ^Schiff is my favorite in the inventions too. I don't like the WTC on harpsichord either. And then I love the Art of Fugue and the French Suites on harpsichord. Weird.

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    Lambert: Leçons de Ténèbres du Mercredi Saint. Rime, Stutzmann, Bret, Crook/ Piveteau (Virgin)

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    Ludwig van Beethoven

    The Complete Sonatas

    Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano

    recorded 2004-2010, box set issued 2014

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    The Late Night Listener's Chronological Guide to Renaissance Composers -

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    Jean Mouton - (c. 1459 - 1522)

    Nesciens Mater - Choral Works of Jean Mouton

    Choir: Gentlemen of St. John's
    Conductor: Graham Walker


    Link to complete album -

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlui...XK7Wje&index=1

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    Beethoven - Christus am olberge.


    Christina Deutekom, Nicolai Gedda- Hans Sotin.

    Bonn Orchester der Beethovenhalle

    Volker Wangenheim.
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    Kraus: Amphitryon - Incidental Music

    Chantal Santon & Georg Poplutz

    L’arte del mondo, Werner Ehrhardt.


    After the stunning recording of solo cantatas by Simone Kermes (101Phoenix) Werner Ehrhardt and his excellent ensemble l’arte del mondo continue their series focussing on the music of Joseph Martin Kraus with Amphitryon. Taken from the Festival of Early Music in Herne in November 2007, Phoenix are delighted to present the first modern premiere since the actual premiere back in the Swedish court in 1787. The music consists of four interludes and a divertimento for ballet. The work is playful, fiery and pleasing on the ear, and a student of Kraus at the time wrote that music is both “joyful and brilliant”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manxfeeder View Post
    Bach, Inventions and Sinfonias

    I'm probably a terrible person, but I prefer Andras Schiff and Simone Dinnerstein on piano to the harpsichord. But I guess if I'm going to hear these in their natural state, Suzuki is the one to go to.


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

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    Sound and performance spectacular from Pentatone!!

    Avail in 24bit-96kHz.

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    Rubbra & Walton: Viola Concertos
    Lawrence Power (viola), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Ilan Volkov (conductor)

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    From Hyperion (2007).
    A reference disc with superb sound and performance. The Walton conc. the highlight.

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