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    Henryk Wieniawski (1835 - 1880)
    Violin Concertos Nos. 1 and 2
    Faust Fantasy

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    Debussy -

    Nocturnes
    Première Rhapsodie
    Jeux
    La Mer


    The Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Boulez
    The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus, chorus master Gareth Morrell




    These are such beautiful, graceful pieces!

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    LISZT-BERLIOZ MARATHON FROM MÜPA today
    These are only the orchestral concerts.

    1PM
    MÁV Symphony Orchestra with Zoltán Fejérvári
    Mephisto Waltz No. 1
    Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major

    3:30PM
    Danubia Orchestra Óbuda with József Balog
    Piano Concerto No. 2 in A major
    Prometheus - symphonic poem

    5:30PM
    Győr Philharmonic Orchestra
    Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14

    7PM
    Pannon Philharmonic
    Berlioz: Harold en Italie, Op. 16

    9PM
    Budapest Festival Orchestra with Nicolas Namoradze
    Legend No. 2 (in E major) (Saint Francis of Paola Walking on the Waves)
    Totentanz
    Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
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    Aleksandr Skryabin - various works part four for late morning and early afternoon


    Symphony no.3 [Le Divin Poeme] for orchestra op.43 (1902-04):
    Le Poème de l'extase - symphonic poem for orchestra op.54 (1905-08):




    Huit études for piano op.42 (1903):
    Étude for piano op.49 no.1 from Trois morceaux for piano op.49 (1905):




    Prélude in E-flat for piano op.45 no.3 from Trois morceaux for piano op.45 (1904):
    Quatre préludes for piano op.48 (1905):
    Prélude in F for piano op.49 no.2 from Trois morceaux for piano op.49 (1905):
    Prélude in A-minor for piano op.51 no.2 from Quatre morceaux for piano op.51 (1906):




    Deux poèmes for piano op.32 (1903):
    Poème tragique for piano op.34 (1903):
    Poème Satanique for piano op.36 (1903)
    Poème for piano op.41 (1903):
    Deux poèmes for piano op.44 (1904):
    Feuillet d'album in E-flat for piano op.45 no.1 from Trois morceaux for piano op.45 (1904):
    Poème fantasque in C for piano op.45 no.2 from Trois morceaux for piano op.45 (1904):
    Scherzo for piano op.46 (1905):
    Quasi valse in F for piano op.47 (1905):
    Rêverie in C for piano op.49 no.3 from Trois morceaux for piano op.49 (1905):
    Fragilité for piano op.51 no.1 from Quatre morceaux for piano op.51 (1906):
    Poème ailé for piano op.51 no.3 from Quatre morceaux for piano op.51 (1906):
    Danse languide for piano op.51 no.4 from Quatre morceaux for piano op.51 (1906):
    Trois morceaux for piano op.52 (1907):




    Piano Sonata no.5 in F-sharp op.53 (1907):

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    Gesualdo: Madrigali, Libri Terzo & Quarto

    Les Arts Florissants, Paul Agnew

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    Henri Frémart's Mass Jubilate Deo
    Peter Bennett directing the Ensemble Dumont

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriesba View Post
    Debussy -

    Nocturnes
    Première Rhapsodie
    Jeux
    La Mer


    The Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Boulez
    The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus, chorus master Gareth Morrell




    These are such beautiful, graceful pieces!
    The Boulez we all love. Very fine performance with the Clevelanders, which, for me always, is Americas most unstable high class SO. (this means > conductor's driven orchestra...) Splendid piece of music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marinera View Post
    Corelli - Violin Sonatas Opus 5, disk 1. Enrico Gatti, Gaetano Nasillo, Guido Morini


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    French Baroque Concertos - Buffardin, Boismortier, Corrette, Quentin and Blavet.

    Musica Antiqua Köln, Reinhard Goebel.

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    The French Baroque, Music Antiqua Koln, Reinhard Goebel CD is an absolute corker. One of the best CDs of the genre ever released. I cannot recommend it highly enough to anyone who loves music, of any stripe ......
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    Quote Originally Posted by AbsolutelyBaching View Post
    Henri Frémart's Mass Jubilate Deo
    Peter Bennett directing the Ensemble Dumont
    I've started listening to it on YouTube.

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    Mahler - Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection"
    Vienna Philharmonic - Mehta


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    Because Hurwitz has just done a video on him, and because I've had these recordings for a while and never bothered to listen to them!

    Erwin Schulhoff, Symphony No. 2
    James Conlon, Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

    Not the actual recordings discussed by Hurwitz, but definitely worth a listen. This one is actually a boxed set (!) which contains 6 CDs-worth of orchestral and chamber music and which I'm going to sample more from once the 2nd Symphony is done (it's only a 20-minuter)

    Edited to add: The 1921 Suite for Chamber Orchestra that appears on disc 1 of the set, just after Symphony No. 2 is great fun: reminds me of the jazzy bits in Ravel's L'Enfant et les Sortileges (How is your Mug, Keng-ca-fou etc)

    Also edited to add: In what world does it make sense for the price of a FLAC download to be double the cost of posting the physical CDs to someone?! I was wondering why I'd ended up with a boxed set instead of a pile of FLACs to tag up. This would be the reason why!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorf View Post
    Pierre Boulez: Répons
    Ensemble InterContemporain, Pierre Boulez

    Such a fantastic, gorgeous piece, one also hugely rewarding to repeated listens.

    Really, never thought I'd enjoy it as much as I did a few days ago. I haven't studied or read about the piece, just listen and listen again. While you listen, you learn this new language.
    It is just beautiful but I understand that there are still people who think that this is not possible.

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    Sibelius - Symphony No. 7
    Lahti SO - Vanska


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    Johann Sebastian Bach: Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.4, BWV 1049

    played by:

    Concerto Köln
    Evgeny Sviridov [violin and musical guidance]
    Cordula Breuer [recorder]
    Wolfgang Dey [recorder]
    Wiebke Weidans [harpsichord]


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    Mozart: Sonatas for Piano and Violin

    Lars Vogt (piano) & Christian Tetzlaff (violin)

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