Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bluemooze, Feb 22, 2017.
Here is one youtube I have found ...
I think you asked me in the past....I like Anda and I wish I had all his Mozart Piano Concertos. Hope to find them someday!
On the TT...
I have all his Mozart Piano Concertos via the following box. I have a few of his LP recordings as well ...
On the turntable... Rachmaninoff / Tcherepnin / Weber.
Radio Sym Orchestra Berlin conducted by Ferenc Fricsay. Margrit Weber, Piano.
DG / German/ First issued in 1961.
So what will everyone here be playing on Halloween? Any possible playlist ideas? Inquiring minds want to know...
I’ll give my own list later after I think about it for awhile.
First listen to this collaborative project between Penderecki and Jonny Greenwood;
Penderecki's pieces, first and third in the sequence, lead the way and Greenwood's fresh compositions follow in a round about way. Really interesting contemporary works.
Symphony No. 7
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Listening on CD.
This morning I am streaming Maria Yudina from the newly released Melodiya collection. It is on my music app.
This is at the extreme depressingly EVIL end of what the Devil is listening to at Halloween. This sent me running in fear when I heard it first about two weeks ago.
One of Polanski's worst films however.
First listen to new arrival, "The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell" performed by Gothic Voices on Helios.
Motets and Songs from thirteenth-century France
On the TT.....
Probably something the opposite of scary! Not a fan of Halloween here.....
CD 1: String Quartets op. 18 nos. 1-3
bought this set for 16€ (shipping included). Arrived today.
Is a set I already know and love, but dindt had it on cd.
The bad side is: who was the that had the idea to put the cds on envelopes closed with glue?
we do love mountais by a river or a lake, dont we?
Listening to "Bach - Brandenburg Concertos 1, 2 & 3" performed by The English Concert led by Trevor Pinnock on Archiv.
On the TT....
I recently got those recordings in a 2-CD Philips Duo set for 95 cents.
Quartetto Italiano has many fans here ...
The Berglund Sibelius cycle is the first Sibelius cycle in my collection ...
And a good one it is, though im still to hear a bad Sibelius cycle. Or am I being lucky or his music is bullet proof against bad interpretations. I even listen to Sibelius played by kids no older than maybe 17 of no world famous conservatory and they were awsome playing the Karelia Suite.
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