Hello mister Rollins i beg to disagree Gore and Dissecting Table early year harder what about A.n.p (absolut null punkt) hmm i.e disenbody Noise & Rolls doom & Sludge harder more brutal more visceral than Swans early days mister, wwhat about Slab Disenscion Lp 1987 release.
Jean Jacques Perrey - The Amazing New Electronic Pop Sound [Full album]
Lay Lady Lay - Mike Melvoin 1970
I'm not sure if there is a discography of those early recordings readily available anywhere.
Prompted by a comment on a thread (elsewhere on the Web):
Dvorak symphonies, a complete set ! - Do you like watching paint dry?
I only really know the late symphonies of both (8 & 9 and 7-9) respectively. And how wonderful they are.
Don't really know the rest, though quite taken with Schubert 3...
For me, there is no music from early baroque that I can like or adore. I am looking for the musics of early baroque but I couldn't like any music so far. It was like there was no good job before Bach and Vivaldi. If there are musics that you adore very much, you can share it and I will check...
"Early" and "late" refer here more to styles than chronology. For the purposes of this poll Beethoven will be counted as an early romantic, and on the other hand chronologically middle but stylistically progressive composers will counted as "late".
For the poll averse: if you really need to say...
Early to bed, early to rise,
Makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise...
But it doesn't do much for me. Since I retired, I find it very hard not to spend hours slobbing round in my dressing gown instead of doing anything purposeful: I find myself sitting here posting, or reading the paper, or...
If you were one of the unlucky ones who saw Jessye Norman late in her career on PBS opening Seattle's new Benaroya Hall you were subjected to a mezzo who completely and utterly failed to hit any of the high notes. Norman achieved her greatest fame after she lost 100 pounds and looked better on...
Sometime they use fachist symbol other time they use communist symbol but in the end they are nihilist i presume.
Everyone can see Laibach is a satyr band...but there older stuff non post-modern early industrial kinda interresting pagan industrial groove, so i dig this more of Laibach than...
this is my first posting in this forum, so I hope you forgive me if this has been asked or done before.
I have quite a large collection of cds and lps, live recordings from the radio, thematical radio programs and so on, and being a biologist I like to put everything in neat boxes...
For reference I've been looking for early Mahler recordings pre 1940's.
Here is a box set:
and a good discography:
http://gustavmahler.net.free.fr/us.html thanks to mahlerian.
Cool, just wanted to share...
A quick short list:
1) Miles Davis Quintet with John Coltrane
2) Miles Davis session players for On the Corner
3) Bill Evans Trio
4) Andrew Hill (or Lee Morgan interchangably)
5) Hank Mobley
6) Bobby Hutcherson
7) Diana Krall (early stuff preferred)
8) Ella Fitzgerald
9) Cecil Taylor
Over the years that I have been listening to classical music, it has been fascinating to encounter the occasional resurrection of an early version of a work which the composer withdrew and replaced. Two such examples are the 1913 version of Vaughan Williams London Symphony and the 4 movement...
I am seeing a CD claiming to have some performances from the late 1940s taken from 78 rpm records:
1. Norma: Aria E Cabaleta Di Norma Dall'Atto I: 'Casta Diva...Ah! Bello A Me Ritorna'
2. I Puritani: Aria E Cabaleta Di Elvira Dall'Atto II: 'O Rendetemi La Speme...Qui La...
Da Brudders. The pride of Forest Hills, Queens. All four original members sadly gone. They may have run out of ideas long before they ran out of steam, but the early material still stands up after all these years. Any fans on TC?
I have 3 CDs of La Sonnambula and one DVD with the following Aminas:
Maria Callas (1957 Live)
Eva Mei on DVD (wish this were on a CD also)
So I am looking at the Sutherland Pavarotti La Sonnambula and like it a lot, but people are saying Sutherland sings better...
I have been exploring String Quartets over various musical time periods and still have not settled on a time period I prefer.
I have also noticed that the differences are often more subtle than in other types of classical music. It also seems that typical time markers (rhythm, dissonance...