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Thread: Game (nominations): twofer symphonies

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    Harris (3,11) 2
    Mendelssohn (3,4) 2
    Vaughan Williams (2,5) 3

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    In the game:

    Atterberg (3,5)
    Brahms (3,4)
    Dvořák (8,9)
    Shostakovich (5,10)
    Vaughan Williams (2,5)

    Nominations:

    Bax (1,6) 1
    Bax (3,6) 1
    Beethoven (3,9) 1
    Beethoven (5,6) 2
    Bruckner (8,9) 2
    Gliere (2,3) 1
    Harris (3,11) 2
    Harrison, L (3,4) 1
    Haydn (82,83) 1
    Mahler (4,DLVDE) 2
    Mendelssohn (3,4) 2
    Schnittke (1,3) 1
    Scriabin (1,3) 1
    Sibelius (3,7) 1
    Stravinsky (in C, in 3 movements) 1
    Szymanowski (3, 4) 1
    Tippett (2,4) 1


    As always in these type of games, you cannot vote for the same combination you voted before. You can vote for a different combination of the same composer though.
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    Sibelius (5,6) 1
    Tchaikovsky (4,5) 1
    Haydn (31,92) 1

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    Ives (1,4) 1
    Tchaikovsky (5,6) 1
    Beethoven (5,6) 3
    Last edited by Colin M; Jul-16-2019 at 15:56.

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    Haydn (88, 104) 1
    Sibelius (2,5) 1
    Tchaikovsky (5,6) 2
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    In the game:

    Atterberg (3,5)
    Beethoven (5,6)
    Brahms (3,4)
    Dvořák (8,9)
    Shostakovich (5,10)
    Vaughan Williams (2,5)

    Nominations:

    Bax (1,6) 1
    Bax (3,6) 1
    Bruckner (8,9) 2
    Gliere (2,3) 1
    Harris (3,11) 2
    Harrison, L (3,4) 1
    Haydn (31,92) 1
    Haydn (82,83) 1
    Haydn (88, 104) 1
    Ives (1,4) 1
    Mahler (4,DLVDE) 2
    Mendelssohn (3,4) 2
    Schnittke (1,3) 1
    Scriabin (1,3) 1
    Sibelius (2,5) 1
    Sibelius (3,7) 1
    Sibelius (5,6) 1
    Stravinsky (in C, in 3 movements) 1
    Szymanowski (3, 4) 1
    Tchaikovsky (4,5) 1
    Tchaikovsky (5,6) 2
    Tippett (2,4) 1


    As always in these type of games, you cannot vote for the same combination you voted before. You can vote for a different combination of the same composer though.
    Allüberall und ewig blauen licht die Fernen! Ewig ... ewig ...

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    Bruckner (8,9) 3
    Haydn (82,83) 2
    Haydn (88, 104) 2
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    Daily votes should be for different composers. I'll take 82/83 for today.

    EDIT: to be clear, that means that the other combination is still on one point:

    Haydn (88, 104) 1
    Last edited by Art Rock; Jul-16-2019 at 18:41.
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    Tchaikovsky (4,5) 2
    Prokofiev (2,5) 1
    Mahler (2,5) 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnie Burgess View Post
    Beethoven (5,6)
    That's what I was thinking too. I like this one because they both fit on one CD. Two great symphonies and very opposite in character.
    Last edited by Fritz Kobus; Jul-16-2019 at 18:43.
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    In the game:

    Atterberg (3,5)
    Beethoven (5,6)
    Brahms (3,4)
    Bruckner (8,9)
    Dvořák (8,9)
    Shostakovich (5,10)
    Vaughan Williams (2,5)

    Nominations:

    Bax (1,6) 1
    Bax (3,6) 1
    Gliere (2,3) 1
    Harris (3,11) 2
    Harrison, L (3,4) 1
    Haydn (31,92) 1
    Haydn (82,83) 2
    Haydn (88, 104) 1
    Ives (1,4) 1
    Mahler (2,5) 1
    Mahler (4,DLVDE) 2
    Mendelssohn (3,4) 2
    Prokofiev (2,5) 1
    Schnittke (1,3) 1
    Scriabin (1,3) 1
    Sibelius (2,5) 1
    Sibelius (3,7) 1
    Sibelius (5,6) 1
    Stravinsky (in C, in 3 movements) 1
    Szymanowski (3, 4) 1
    Tchaikovsky (4,5) 2
    Tchaikovsky (5,6) 2
    Tippett (2,4) 1


    As always in these type of games, you cannot vote for the same combination you voted before. You can vote for a different combination of the same composer though.
    Allüberall und ewig blauen licht die Fernen! Ewig ... ewig ...

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    Dutilleux (1,2) 1
    Schmidt, Franz (2,4) 1
    Zemlinsky - Lyric Symphony (in 7 movements) 1
    Last edited by Roger Knox; Jul-16-2019 at 19:27. Reason: Bruckner (8,9) 3 already voted for in Post #22; Dutilleux replaces

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz Kobus View Post
    That's what I was thinking too. I like this one because they both fit on one CD. Two great symphonies and very opposite in character.
    And they were performed together the first time.
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    Honegger (3,5) 1
    Ives (1,4) 2
    Schnittke (1,3) 2

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    Alfvén (2,4) 1
    Mahler (2,5) 2
    Saygun (3,4) 1

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