Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bluemooze, Feb 22, 2017.
This evening...... I love these sonatas and Weissenberg's playing is fantastic!
a play on the double 'ee' in Beethoven ofcourse
NP, music for piano and sixties-era electronics, on the late, lamented New Albion label.
Now on the turntable, record 2 from "Dowland - First Booke of Songes 1597" performed by The Consort Of Musicke on L'Oiseau-Lyre.
(the lovely and talented) Emma Kirkby - soprano
John York Skinner - countertenor
Martyn Hill - tenor
David Thomas - bass
Yeah, I don't get it either.
Edit: Nevermind, I see the reply.
Now on the turntable, record 3 from "Mozart - The Symphonies Salzburg 1766-1772" performed by The Academy Of Ancient Music led by Jaap Schroder on L'Oiseau-Lyre.
Symphonies K. 124, 126, 129
I know, right? Thank you.
Appreciate it! We probably won't get to it until the Spring, but I've been urged to find more such trails.
This is my favorite...I like Reiner's tempos, his ability to get so much charm out of the Game of Pairs, and the thrill of the Finale.
Now on the turntable, record 3 from "Mozart - The Complete Piano Concertos Vol. 4" performed by Murray Perahia leading the English Chamber Orchestra on CBS Masterworks.
Concertos Nos. 25 & 26
Sándor Veress: String Quartet No. 2 (1937)
Symphonies by the original Frank Zappa--
Francesco Zappa (c.1717-1803): Six Symphonies
before there was Frank
there was Francesco
Symphony No. 3 in A minor, op. 56 “Scottish”
Symphony No. 4 in A major, op, 90 “Italian”
London Symphony Orchestra.
From the Decca Analouge Years CD Box Set.
CD from the Philips Classics-The Stereo Years set. Includes Bellini-Oboe Concerto and Hummel-Theme and Variations for Oboe and Orchestra.
Saturday Post Munching Mozart, W.A.
Piano concertos 13,15,17+16,18&19
Géza Anda and the Camerata Academica des Salzburger Mozarteums
Aka Discs 3 and 4 of eight from the box set
Highly enjoyable playing that holds your attention.
This morning I'm reminded of how lovely the Adagio is in Mozart's Violin Sonata No. 27 (KV 379). Have several versions of this but I always come back to Podger and Cooper. The tempo is just perfect.
CD from the first Living Stereo box.
One of my most favorite pieces of music ever in an appropriately full blooded, high contrast, hyper-Romantic performance--
Johannes Brahms: String Quintet No. 1 in F major, Op. 88
I have every recording in this Mozart series ...
Bravo! I ended up buying the complete box set (which is sadly not SACD) but I'd love to have the individual titles. A terrific collection.
Schumann No 1
San Francisco Symphony, Michael Tilson Thomas
Really? I bought all the individual SACD's in the series. Why wouldn't all the SACD's be released in a single box?
Long time no hear!
A fine haul indeed and Happy Birthday from me too ...
I have the Brendel which is a really lovely lp, enjoy ...
The Bartok re-issue looks interesting - 100% analogue is always a good start.
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