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Thread: Current Listening Vol VI

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    Great performance and background to the symphony by Andrew Manze
    Last edited by Joachim Raff; Apr-07-2020 at 22:09.

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    A very interesting (although I couldn't say top) Bruckner's 4th with Concertgebouworkest under Haitink. I can't define the origin of this LP (other say is from Holland, other from Switzerland, other from Austria, other from Germany) but this isn't important. If you like Anton (I'm sure you do) give this one a try. After all, you will never have enough Bruckner, who looks like the money or the women…

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    Chopin: 4 Ballades, Charles Richard-Hamelin

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    Spohr: Violin Concerto No.8, Hilary Hahn, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra & Eije Oue

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    Gliere: Symphony no. 3, Buffalo PO & JoAnn Falletta

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    Giacomo Puccini

    La Bohème

    Orchestra e coro del Teatro alla Scala di Milano
    Riccardo Chailly, conductor

    1999, reissued 2012

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    Stephen Layton leading Polyphony and Britten Sinfonia in Pawel Lukaszewski's "Via Crucis":

    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    I've been listening to Zukerman's Vivaldi concertos. Very fine playing from the 1970's and 90's... (cds 2 & 3)

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    Reconstructed by K. Atterburg
    Really catchy 2nd movement. Real interest for Stenhammar and Atterburg fans

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    Quote Originally Posted by eljr View Post


    a very "interesting" disc for folks like @Joe B

    especially tracks 3 and 4
    I have got to just order a few of their CD's. Chasing The Dragon's Mike Valentine makes me think of 2L's Morten Lindberg, both guys trying to push the envelope in their recordings. As I am a fan of binaural recordings for headphone sessions, I think I'll be targeting the 3 binaural recordings they currently offer.
    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    After listening to Lukaszewski's "Via Crucis", which makes me think of Penderecki, I've got to have a few minutes of the Lukaszewski who makes me think of John Rutter and Will Todd.

    Nigel Short and Tenebrae performing Lukaszewski's "Ave Maria":


    track #7
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    Joel Rinsema leading Kantorei performing choral music by Kim Arnesen:


    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    Konrad Ruhland leading Capella Antiqua Munchen Choralschola in Gregorian Chant for Holy Week:

    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    Tartini - Felix Ayo Violin Concertos Cycle, Vol. 1

    Felix Ayo (violin)

    Orchestra Rossini di Pesaro


    Concerto in A major, D.96
    Symphony in A Major
    Violin Concerto in D minor
    Violin Concerto in D minor, D45
    Violin Concerto in E major, D.50
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    Ending a long day with Rihards Dubra's "Te Deum":

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    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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