I think he is beside this awesome violet color vinyl on Vox from thee 60'' era. If you don't have this one kill yourself(just kidding, but not.. because it's that good, I happen to have mint media\sleeves of this George Little ''Le Petit ensemble de Montreal(or France somewhere for the...
I have almost all there releases:
Pascal de L'escocart (excellent)
Claude Lejeune (one of there best)
Roland de Lassus (well done)
and the excellent!
Guillaume de Costeley
Did you heard these superb recordings wow I ment woaw narly!
I wonder what Mandryka think of them, monsieur Votre...
Claudio Monteverdi has so much to offer, madrigals, cantiques, works of grandeur & prestigious indeed.
Im listening to his cue on Missa in illo tempore wwwoaw what a missa of sizeaable achievement and might, what about Motets folks correct me if I'm wrong but never heard so far of Monteverdi...
The great Felix Mendelssohn was a child prodigy (I might even say surpassing Wolfgang Amadeus when Mozart was a child prodigy). He was a writer of melody, an essential trait of greatness, and was fluent in many genres, another essential trait of greatness.
Focusing on his concertos, which...
To paraphrase the existing thread "Greatness: simple query or nuisance?".
Is simplicity in music a geniality, something that should be achieved or not important?
Mozart, Haydn, Schubert... Bach, Stockhausen, Messiaen.
Of course. The dreaded minimalists too. But who can cope with listening...