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Thread: Current Listening Vol V

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    Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
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    Debussy, Preludes

    Walter Gieseking

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    Brahms- Symphony No. 1
    Kurt Sanderling/Staatskapelle Dresden

    Returning to one of my favorite symphonies for the first time in a while. You can always count on Sanderling's Brahms for meaty, Germanic robustness. The Dresdeners are fascinating to hear in this music, with that sound and phrasing that isn't remotely like anyone else. Anyone know why their tuning seems to be slightly off (maybe a half-step higher?) I like it a lot, but do find it unusual.

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    Haydn; Symphony No. 101, D Major "Clock" / Symphony No. 104, D Major "London"
    Pro Musica Symphony, Vienna, Jascha Horenstein
    Vox ‎– PL 9330, Vinyl, LP, Mono, US, 1963.

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    CD III
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    Constantine Orbelian leading the Moscow Chamber Orchestra with Carol Rosenberger (piano) in music of Frank Bridge:



    Chamber Concerto for Piano and Strings
    Four Pieces for String Orchestra
    Three Idylls
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    Stephen Layton leading Polyphony, Britten Sinfonia and Carolyn Sampson (soprano) in music of Eriks Esenvalds:



    Passion and Resurrection
    Evening
    Night Prayer
    A drop in the ocean
    Legend of the walled-in woman
    Long Road
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    Gerard Schwarz leading The Seattle Symphony in Howard Hanson's "Symphony No. 1":



    edit: letting this disc play through: "Elegy in Memory of Serge Koussevitsky" and "Symphony No. 2"
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    Haydn: Symphonies NO.9 /10/11 /12 etc
    Philharmonia Hungarica
    Antal Dorati
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    Corelli - Sonata 'La Folia'

    Richard Campbell (cello)

    The Purcell Quartet
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    Mahler: Symphony No. 2 'Resurrection'

    Heather Harper (soprano) & Helen Watts (contralto)

    London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Sir Georg Solti.
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    Bach

    Cantatas


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    Vieuxtemps: Cello Concertos

    Wen-Sinn Yang (piano)

    Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, Gernot Schmalfuss.
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    Stravinsky

    A very fine recording of "Le Sacre du Printemps".

    Le Sacre du Printemps
    Symphonies of Wind Instruments
    Apollon Musagète




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