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  1. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

    by , Dec-30-2017 at 15:32 (I was cured, all right!)


    Gidon Kremer / Claudio Abbado
    Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

    Release Date March 13, 2012
    Duration01:11:48
    Genre
    Classical
    Styles
    Concerto

    3.5/5
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    Classical Music
  2. Elgar: Enigma Variations; Cello Concerto

    by , Dec-30-2017 at 14:23 (I was cured, all right!)


    Mischa Maisky / Giuseppe Sinopoli / Philharmonia Orchestra
    Elgar: Enigma Variations; Cello Concerto

    Release DateJanuary 16, 2012
    Genre
    Classical
    Styles
    Orchestral
    Concerto
    LabelDeutsche Grammophon
    FormatCD
    Duration01:14:18

    3.5/5
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    Classical Music
  3. Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 'From the New World'; A Hero's Song Op. 111

    by , Dec-29-2017 at 14:23 (I was cured, all right!)


    Krzysztof Urbański / NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester
    Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 'From the New World'; A Hero's Song Op. 111

    Release Date February 10, 2017
    Duration01:01:26
    Genre
    Classical
    Styles
    Symphony
    Recording DateDecember 10, 2015 & December 13, 2015
    Recording Location
    Laeiszhalle, Hamburg[/QUOTE]
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    Updated Dec-29-2017 at 14:24 by eljr

    Categories
    Classical Music
  4. Bach: Christmas Oratorio

    by , Dec-28-2017 at 12:02 (I was cured, all right!)


    Dunedin Consort / John Butt
    Bach: Christmas Oratorio

    Release Date October 14, 2016
    Duration02:21:21
    Genre
    Classical
    Styles
    Choral
    Recording DateSeptember 7, 2015 - September 12, 2015
    Recording Location
    Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh, UK

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    Classical Music , Christmas
  5. Beethoven Live!

    For my final Tuesday Blog for 2017, as promised, here are some year-end fireworks from Mr. Beethoven: two symphomies that were created almost 210 years ago, on the fateful evening of 22 December 1808 - his Symphoies no. 5 and 6, performed in front of a captive audience and captured for posterity.

    The first performance is from a radio broadcast of 23 May 1954, the last year of Furtwangler's life with the Berlin Philharmonic. The Pastorale is very slow, ruminative, moving to a different
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