Classical Corner Classical Music Corner (thread #54)

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by George P, Mar 8, 2014.

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  1. vanhooserd

    vanhooserd Forum Resident

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    I was not familiar with the works on this CD. At this point I feel I have heard the Brahms symphonies a little too often; this piano music is a refreshing change & I think Kempff does a fine job. Sound is a little hard in louder passages. Recorded in Dec. 1963 in the
    Beethoven-Saal, Hannover. Despite the label, this copy plays without problems.
     
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  2. sankalp1989

    sankalp1989 New Member

    thank you n Yeah thats true .. Could you suggest me some great instrument artists preferably double bass violin, Guitar, flute n saxo
     
  3. yasujiro

    yasujiro Forum Resident

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    I mentioned the same set. Don't know of the reissues either.
     
  4. When I was a somewhat younger man I couldn't warm to Brahms' symphonies at all, but this disk I must have listened to at least a hundred times.
     
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  5. Mr Bass

    Mr Bass Forum Resident

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    No artist is good in all music styles so can you be more specific what music periods you are most interested in say Baroque, Romantic, Modern, Classic?? In addition those are fairly unusual instruments for soloists in classical music except possibly flute. Flute also has a big divide between Baroque and later music. The only classical saxophone record I am familiar with is the one with Eugene Rousseau and the Paris Conservatoire on Deutsche Gramophone. Double bass I am at a total loss other than Gary Karr. Guitar has a big divide between Spanish works and the rest. I am not a big fan of the usual suspects in classical guitar (John Williams, Julian Bream, Narciso Yepes) but that is just me.
     
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  6. Robin L

    Robin L Musical Omnivore

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    Late Brahms, just about everything from Op. 111 on is just about perfect. I suspect one could glean more from the recording that DGG does here, the Galleria series is one of the earliest reissue series from DGG, doubtless a more recent digital transfer [or a good, original analog LP] would have a more appealing sound. Gould is nearly at his best in this music, Van Cliburn produced some lovely recordings of this music as well.
     
  7. alankin1

    alankin1 Forum Resident

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    Now playing:
    Cesar Franck – Symphony in D minor, Psyche et Eros
    — Philharmonia Orchestra — Carlo Maria Giulini (EMI / Warner Classics)
     
  8. George P

    George P Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    :wave:

    Let's continue here
     
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