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Schoenberg - Pelleas und Melisande, Verklarte Nacht
Gielen/SWR SO
There are two Pelleas’ in the box; yesterday’s was in Stuttgart. Suits me just fine.
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Klami - Lemminkainen’s Adventures on an Island, Cobblers on the Heath, Karelian Market, In the Belly of Vipunen
Oramo/Finnish RSO
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Mozart - Symphony 41
Schubert - Unfinished Symphony
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Debussy - Orchestral Works 2

Aldo Ciccolini (piano)

Orchestre National de l‘O.R.T.F., Jean Martinon



Debussy: Children's Corner
Debussy: Danse - Tarantelle styrienne
Debussy: Danse profane
Debussy: Danses sacrée et profane
Debussy: Fantasie for piano and orchestra
Debussy: Khamma
Debussy: La Boite A Joujoux
Debussy: La plus que lente
Debussy: Petite Suite
Debussy: Première rhapsodie, L.116
Debussy: Rhapsody for alto saxophone & piano (or orchestra), L. 98
 

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Alexander Glazunov: Five Novelettes, String Quintet (Fine Arts Quartet, Nathaniel Rosen, Naxos)

This completes a series of early morning re-listens to the Glazunov string quartets. The five Novelettes for String Quartet are delightful pieces, among the best Glazunov pieces I know. The String Quintet is a very good piece as well.
 

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Having had a little Wagnerian sojourn over the last few days time for something different:
Tüür, Symphony No 9 'Mythos' - Estonian Festival Orchestra, Paavo Järvi.

Its nice from time to time to listen to something from a composer who is younger than I, albeit just by a couple of years in Tüür's case.

 
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