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Thread: Current Listening Vol VI

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    #CelloUnlimited

    Daniel Müller-Schott (cello)


    Casals: El Cant dels Ocells (Song of the birds)
    Crumb, G: Cello Sonata
    Henze, H: Serenade for Cello Solo
    Hindemith: Sonata for Solo Cello, Op. 25 No. 3
    Kodály: Sonata for Solo Cello, Op. 8
    Müller-Schott: Cadenza
    Prokofiev: Sonata for Solo Cello in C minor, Op. 134 (completed Blok)
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    Kerll: Missa Non Sine Quare/ Kerll: Missa Renovationis

    Dresden Boys Choir, Heinrich Schutz Konservatorium, Dresden, Matthias Jung
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post



    Barbara

    Alexandre Tharaud (piano), with Juliette Binoche, Vanessa Paradis, Jane Birkin, Radio Elvis, Bénabar, Juliette, Dominique A, Tim Dup, Jean-Louis Aubert, Albin de la Simone, Camélia Jordana, Rokia Traoré, Hindi Zahra, Luz Casal, Guillaume Gallienne, Renaud Capuçon, Michel Porta, Modigliani string quartet
    Gave it a spin yesterday... Nice concept and some beautiful songs!!!

    If you like this Rogerx than you shoulf give this spin:

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    Bernardo Sassetti & Carlos do Carmo

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    Quote Originally Posted by The3Bs View Post
    Gave it a spin yesterday... Nice concept and some beautiful songs!!!

    If you like this Rogerx than you shoulf give this spin:

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    Bernardo Sassetti & Carlos do Carmo
    I'll will do searching for a reasonable price, I have no streaming.
    Thank you anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post
    I'll do searching foe a reasonable price, I have no streaming.
    Thank you anyway.
    Oh, sometimes I forget that not every one has jumped on the Streaming waves... I myself had only the Free Spotify account for a long time before I decided to pay.

    The Free mobile based app is a pain as it shuffles everything but the computer based Spotify app (desktop app) lets you listen without shuffling... only interrupting the listening every 30 mins for adverts... but for discovering new music is quite OK.

    You can sample some of the songs on youtube as well...

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    Johann Sebastian Bach: Johannes-Passion BWV 245


    Martin Petzold, Patrick Grahl, Sächsischer Kammerchor, Mitteldeutsche Virtuosen, Peter Schreier


    The last concert of Peter Schreiers
    Old master and Bach expert Peter Schreier, legendary for his interpretations of the Evangelist in Bach's oratorios and passions, but also internationally successful as a conductor, has for the last time taken up the baton. This recording presents the last concert of the great master.

    In this live production from Leipzig's St. Thomas Church, the Saxon Chamber Choir and the Central German Virtuosi under the direction of Peter Schreier have succeeded in giving a gripping and memorable performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's St. John Passion BWV 245. The recording was made during the Passion in 2018.
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    I shall start a journey through this set over the next couple of days
    Each time I come back to Schumann it always surprises me that his symphonies are not more often on the concert repertoire, in the UK that is
    Listen to me when I'm talking to you boy!

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    In a Bach mood the last week. Still so

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    Monteverdi: The Other Vespers

    I Fagiolini, Robert Hollingworth



    Castello, D: Sonata in D minor
    Donati, I: Dulcis amor Iesu
    Frescobaldi: Toccata terza (1615)
    Gabrieli, G: Magnificat a14
    Monteverdi: Beatus vir (from Selva Morale e Spirituali)
    Monteverdi: Confitebor tibi Domine (Secondo)
    Monteverdi: Confitebor tibi Domine, SV266
    Monteverdi: Dixit Dominus II
    Monteverdi: Laudate Dominum
    Monteverdi: Laudate pueri
    Monteverdi: Salve, O Regina
    Monteverdi: Ut queant laxis from Selva morale e spirituale
    Palestrina: Ave Verum
    Usper: Sonata à 8
    Viadana: Deus in adiutorium meum



    Monteverdi: The Other Vespers

    I Fagiolini, Robert Hollingworth
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    A morning of contrasts...

    1- Penderecki - Dies Irae
    Schoenberg - A Survivor From Warsaw
    Van de Vate - Krakow Concerto, Katyń

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    Szymon Kawalla
    Daniel Olbrychski
    Polish Radio And TV Symphony Orchestra Krakow

    An old CD from a memorable concert. I focused moistly on the Dies Irae, but Namcy Van de Vate's Krakow Concerto was quite impressive.

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    A morning of contrasts...

    2- A Bach Fantasia:

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    Leopold Stokowski
    Symphony Orchestra

    Brilliant collection of Bach Transcriptions played in the old style... with an absolutely thrilling Passacaglia

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    Franz Schubert - Winterreise D. 911
    Matthias Goerne, Graham Johnson

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    Schubert, Symphony No 8 - Chicago SO, Giulini.
    Britten, Seranade for Tenor, Horn and Strings Op 31 - Robert Tear (tenor) Dale Clevenger (horn) Chicago SO, Giulini.




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    Sergei Prokofiev - various works part seven for this afternoon.

    Interesting narration choice for Peter and the Wolf here - this recording eschews the usual policy of roping in an a-list celeb and instead opts for a split between Prokofiev's own son and grandson. And their respective accents are different which makes for an agreeable contrast - son Oleg still retains the broad Russian accent of his upbringing while English-born grandson Gabriel naturally has no trace of one.


    Peter and the Wolf for narrator and orchestra op.67 [Text: Sergei Prokofiev] (1936):




    Three Romances for voice and piano op.73 [Texts: Aleksandr Pushkin] (1936):




    Cantata for the 20th Anniversary of the October Revolution for speaker, male and female choirs, military band, accordion band, percussion band and orchestra op.74 [Text: quotes by Karl Marx/Friedrich Engels/Vladimir Lenin/Joseph Stalin] (1936-37):
    Zdravitsa [A Toast] a.k.a. Hail to Stalin - cantata for mixed choir and orchestra op.85 [Text: adapted by Sergei Prokofiev from anon. contemporary song texts] (1937):




    Incidental music for the William Shakespeare play Hamlet for soprano, bass and orchestra op.77 (1937-38):




    Alexander Nevsky - cantata for mezzo-soprano, mixed choir and orchestra op.78, adapted from music for the Sergei Eisenstein film of the same name [Text: Vladimir Lugovskoy/Sergey Prokofiev] (1938-39):

    '...a violator of his word, a libertine over head and ears in debt and disgrace, a despiser of domestic ties, the companion of gamblers and demireps, a man who has just closed half a century without a single claim on the gratitude of his country or the respect of posterity...' - Leigh Hunt on the Prince Regent (later George IV).

    ὃν οἱ θεοὶ φιλοῦσιν ἀποθνῄσκει νέος [Those whom the gods love die young] - Menander

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    Elgar: Enigma Variations/ In the South (Alassio), Op. 50/ Serenade for Strings in E minor, Op. 20

    Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Vasily Petrenko
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