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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Wed Dec 08, 2010 4:34 pm

Jared wrote:hi folks... have just got back; absolutely knackered. no Ludwig Beck I'm afraid, but I did manage a lovely walk around the parkland and river, in the snow and -10 degrees, before the conference started... after that it was a really heavy programme.. :(

that said, I have managed to listen to my Mozart Violin Sonata boxset in the car, there and back to/from the airport.. :)
Great to have you back safe and sound (pardon the pun :roll: ) :D

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Wed Dec 08, 2010 4:35 pm

Shostakovich – String Quartets Nos. 3 & 4....

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What a magnificent works!

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Post by Donaldopato » Wed Dec 08, 2010 5:55 pm

Mahler Symphony # 3 Levine Chicago SO (even though the box says Philadelphia). My second time through this performance, rapidly became my favorite.
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Post by Prometheus » Thu Dec 09, 2010 12:33 am

Beethoven-Cello Sonatas Vol 1-Kliegel and Tichman-Naxos.

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Chalkperson » Thu Dec 09, 2010 2:49 am

Brahms - Mendelssohn - Tchaikovsky - Violin Concertos

Georg Kulenkampff - Dutton...

Exceptionall playing from Berlin in the Mid Thirties...
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by johnQpublic » Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:26 am

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Wallace - Overture to "Maritana" (Bonynge/London)
Rachmaninoff - Symphony #2 (Ormandy/Columbia)
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Jared » Thu Dec 09, 2010 1:01 pm

Just absolutely loving this disk at the moment... Dvorak at his very finest, surely... 8)

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(along with his Requiem, Cello Concerto & Symphs 7-9, obviously... :D )

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Post by Jared » Thu Dec 09, 2010 2:24 pm

first listen:

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well, she's in fine voice... :wink:

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Post by Donaldopato » Thu Dec 09, 2010 9:51 pm

Bernstein Symphony Edition

Goldmark Rustic Wedding Symphony
Hindemith Symphony in Eb

Bernstein NYP
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by bombasticDarren » Fri Dec 10, 2010 9:50 am

Jared wrote:Just absolutely loving this disk at the moment... Dvorak at his very finest, surely... 8)

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(along with his Requiem, Cello Concerto & Symphs 7-9, obviously... :D )
This might be one I invest in soon :D

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by bombasticDarren » Fri Dec 10, 2010 9:52 am

Britten - Cello Suite No.1 (Mstislav Rostropovich, London)

Mahler - Symphony No.1 & 'Blumine' (David Zinman, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, RCA)

Stravinsky - 'The Fairy's Kiss' (Ilan Volkov, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Hyperion) below

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Post by Jared » Fri Dec 10, 2010 11:32 am

bombasticDarren wrote:
Jared wrote:Just absolutely loving this disk at the moment... Dvorak at his very finest, surely... 8)

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(along with his Requiem, Cello Concerto & Symphs 7-9, obviously... :D )
This might be one I invest in soon :D
please don't hesitate for a moment Darren... it really is a gem... both in terms of the works, and performance. I just can't get it (esp disk 2) out of the CD player at the moment... 8)

OK, well only for enough time for me to listen to:

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Post by johnQpublic » Fri Dec 10, 2010 12:32 pm

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F.J. Haydn - Overture to "Acide e Galatea" (Marriner/Argo)
W.A. Mozart - Requiem (Davis/Philips)
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by bombasticDarren » Fri Dec 10, 2010 1:49 pm

Brahms - Horn Trio (Barry Tuckwell/Itzhak Perlman/Vladimir Ashkenazy, Decca)

Mozart - Quintet for Piano and Winds (Murray Perahia/Neil Black/Thea King/Anthony Halstead/Graha Sheen, Sony Classical) below

Tchaikovsky - Symphony No.4 (Thomas Beecham, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, EMI)

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by bombasticDarren » Fri Dec 10, 2010 1:49 pm

Jared wrote:OK, well only for enough time for me to listen to:

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Did you enjoy this reading Jared?

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Post by Jared » Fri Dec 10, 2010 2:16 pm

bombasticDarren wrote:
Jared wrote:OK, well only for enough time for me to listen to:

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Did you enjoy this reading Jared?
all three pieces are predictably fine, Darren... it's a strange, eclectic little mix tbh, but each part is delightful... 8)

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Fri Dec 10, 2010 4:47 pm

bombasticDarren wrote:Mahler - Symphony No.1 & 'Blumine' (David Zinman, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, RCA)
How did you find that one Darren?

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Fri Dec 10, 2010 4:48 pm

johnQpublic wrote:W.A. Mozart - Requiem (Davis/Philips)
I am always partial to a Mozart Requiem but I have not heard that one....how do you find it John?

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by bombasticDarren » Fri Dec 10, 2010 4:49 pm

Fergus wrote:
bombasticDarren wrote:Mahler - Symphony No.1 & 'Blumine' (David Zinman, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, RCA)
How did you find that one Darren?
I enjoyed it Fergus. Enough to work my way gradually throught the cycle I think

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Fri Dec 10, 2010 4:50 pm

bombasticDarren wrote:Image
A particular favourite among my chamber music collection :D

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Post by Chalkperson » Fri Dec 10, 2010 6:07 pm

Fergus wrote:
bombasticDarren wrote:Image
A particular favourite among my chamber music collection :D
Mine too...
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by johnQpublic » Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:42 pm

Fergus wrote:
I am always partial to a Mozart Requiem but I have not heard that one....how do you find it John?
It's a good one, Fergus, but...... (1) it is the old standard Sussmayr version done with modern instruments and (2) I would prefer it to have a bit more dramatic oomph at the spots where it calls for it.
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by val » Sat Dec 11, 2010 5:34 am

J S BACH: Six Suites for violoncello solo / Anner Bylsma (1992)

To me, this is the best alternative to the legendary interpretation of Pablo Casals. It is the second recording of this work made by Bylsma. The dynamic contrasts, the characterization of the dances (the Courantes and Minuetos above all), the beautiful phrasing and the choice of the tempos (not far from those of Casals) result in a very beautiful recording.

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Post by Chalkperson » Sat Dec 11, 2010 6:02 am

val wrote:The dynamic contrasts, the characterization of the dances (the Courantes and Minuetos above all), the beautiful phrasing and the choice of the tempos (not far from those of Casals) result in a very beautiful recording.
It certainly is, highly recommended...
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by bombasticDarren » Sat Dec 11, 2010 6:09 am

Mozart - Piano Concerto No.22 (Murray Perahia, English Chamber Orchestra, Sony Classical)

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Post by maestrob » Sat Dec 11, 2010 10:40 am

Back in 2001, this great disc was originally issued by an obscure website (gmn.com) which has since folded (one of the original sponsors was Placido Domingo), and thankfully has been reissued and is now currently available to all. McDermott's playing outclasses all with her variety of colors and deeply thoughtful musicianship: if you love great music-making, grab this while it's still available!

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by johnQpublic » Sat Dec 11, 2010 11:03 am

Bossi - Overture in E (Frontalini/Bongiovanni)
Pfitzner - Prelude to Act 1 from "Palestrina" (Sawallisch/Orfeo)
Montsalvatge - Sortilegis (Leaper/ASV)
Flagello - Credendum (Oliviera/Vox)
Corigliano - Voyage (Werthen/Telarc)
Lindroth - Spin Cycle (Colburn/USMB)
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Seán » Sat Dec 11, 2010 3:16 pm

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Ludwig van Beethoven
String Quartets 1, 2, 3 & 13

Budapest String Quartet


This is gorgeous music making.
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Post by Donaldopato » Sat Dec 11, 2010 6:12 pm

Rachmaninoff Concerto # 1
Prokofiev Concerto # 3

Both with Byron Janis Piano, Moscow Philharmoni, Kiril Kondrashin

Brilliant Classics Byron Janis Great Concerto Recordings
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Post by Chalkperson » Sat Dec 11, 2010 11:46 pm

bricon wrote:Image
I played that this morning, it was excellent, just as good as his stunning Verdi Requiem...
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:09 am

johnQpublic wrote:
Fergus wrote:
I am always partial to a Mozart Requiem but I have not heard that one....how do you find it John?
It's a good one, Fergus, but...... (1) it is the old standard Sussmayr version done with modern instruments and (2) I would prefer it to have a bit more dramatic oomph at the spots where it calls for it.
Thank you for the interesting comments John....the work certainly does need the appropriate oomph all right.

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:11 am

val wrote:J S BACH: Six Suites for violoncello solo / Anner Bylsma (1992)
To me, this is the best alternative to the legendary interpretation of Pablo Casals. It is the second recording of this work made by Bylsma. The dynamic contrasts, the characterization of the dances (the Courantes and Minuetos above all), the beautiful phrasing and the choice of the tempos (not far from those of Casals) result in a very beautiful recording.
I have not bought that one yet but it is high on my Wish List following a Chalkie High Recommendation. I was not aware, however, that he had two cycles available.

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:14 am

bombasticDarren wrote:Mozart - Piano Concerto No.22 (Murray Perahia, English Chamber Orchestra, Sony Classical)

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The only two complete cycles of the Mozart PCs that I own are Bilson's on fortepiano and that one by Perahia which I think is a wonderfully, musical experience. I hope that you enjoy it Darren.

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Post by Fergus » Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:16 am

maestrob wrote: Image
I have seen that one pop up a number of times and I have always been intrigued by it....I must investigate!

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Post by Fergus » Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:18 am

There are two JSB Cantatas assigned to the third Sunday in Advent namely BWV141 & BWV186a. BWV141 is spurious: the actual composer was G P Telemann apparently and BWV186a is lost.
Apparently there was a ban on singing on the second to the fourth Sunday in Advent in Leipzig so JSB was unable to use the original BWV 186a so he ultimately recycled it into BWV186....

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not something which gets too many airings, over in Chalkston Villas, I fear... :wink:

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Post by bombasticDarren » Sun Dec 12, 2010 8:08 am

J.S. Bach - Cantata BWV 109 'Ich glaube, lieber Herr, hilf meinem Unglauben!' (William Towers/Paul Agnew/John Eliot Gardiner, The Monteverdi Choir/The English Baroque Soloists, Soli Deo Gloria)

Shostakovich - String Quartet No.3 (Fitzwilliam String Quartet, London) below

Tchaikovsky - Symphony No.3 'Polish' (Mikhail Pletnev, Russian National Orchestra, DG)

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Post by Thumper » Sun Dec 12, 2010 8:54 am

Beethoven - String Quartet No. 10, Op. 74, "Harp".

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My Beethoven odyssey continues. I'm in the habit of filling my mp3 player with tracks from sampler CDs from Gramophone, BBC Music Magazine, Classic FM, etc., and enjoying the ensuing lucky dip. Yesterday, I was almost stopped in my tracks by a fantastic piece of music. On discovering it to be the presto from Beethoven's "Harp" string quartet, a very dim light bulb appeared above my head. Surely, the whole work would be on my Brilliant Classics box set? I delved into the cellars of the 40CD collection and picked out Vol. 24, which contained - yes! - the "Harp" and the "Serioso". One quick burn later, I felt very smug indeed about my "Brilliant" purchase. The quartets are just the ticket after a week spent listening to LvB's first four piano sonatas.

I think I prefer the sampler's astringent (and very rapid) presto from the Atrium Quartet to Brilliant's more sedate Medici Quartet, but no matter. I'm in the lucky position of discovering the pieces themselves. You have my permission to envy me. :wink:
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Post by Jared » Sun Dec 12, 2010 8:58 am

Thumper wrote: You have my permission to envy me. :wink:
we envy you, Thumper!... :D

strikes me, you are adopting a very sensible approach to exploring LvB; an odyssey which will no doubt continue for the rest of your life.. 8)

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Post by bombasticDarren » Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:18 am

Beethoven - Violin Sonata No.9 'Kreutzer' (Isabelle Faust/Alexander Melnikov, Harmonia Mundi)

Mozart - Horn Quintet (Dennis Brain/Griller Quartet, Decca) below

Schumann - 'Funf Stucke im Volkston' (Mstislav Rostropovich/Benjamin Britten, Decca)

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Post by Seán » Sun Dec 12, 2010 10:41 am

Fergus wrote:There are two JSB Cantatas assigned to the third Sunday in Advent namely BWV141 & BWV186a. BWV141 is spurious: the actual composer was G P Telemann apparently and BWV186a is lost.
Apparently there was a ban on singing on the second to the fourth Sunday in Advent in Leipzig so JSB was unable to use the original BWV 186a so he ultimately recycled it into BWV186....
Very interesting context indeed, thanks for that.
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Post by bombasticDarren » Sun Dec 12, 2010 1:05 pm

Beethoven - Romance No.1 & No.2 (Arthur Grumiaux/Edo de Waart, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Philips) below

Mendelssohn - Octet (Daniel Hope/Chamber Orchestra of Europe Soloists, DG)

Vaughan Williams - Symphony No.8 (Vernon Handley, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, CfP)

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Post by stenka razin » Sun Dec 12, 2010 1:51 pm

Jared wrote:Image

not something which gets too many airings, over in Chalkston Villas, I fear... :wink:

Jared, one of my favorite recordings of one my favorite choral masterpieces. Highly recommended. :D :D :D :D
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Post by Jared » Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:19 pm

stenka razin wrote:Jared, one of my favorite recordings of one my favorite choral masterpieces. Highly recommended. :D :D :D :D

Mel, yet again, you have demonstrated impeccable taste... 8)

I have to say, yours is one of the record collections I would love to have the opportunity to peruse... :idea:

... if only geography would have allowed.. :(

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Post by johnQpublic » Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:25 pm

Orbon - Overtura to "Symphonic Dances" (Valdes/Naxos)
Nono - Fragmente - Stille, An Diotima (LaSalle/DG)
Carter - Concerto for Orchestra (Knussen/Virgin)
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:27 pm

Thumper wrote:My Beethoven odyssey continues. I'm in the habit of filling my mp3 player with tracks from sampler CDs from Gramophone, BBC Music Magazine, Classic FM, etc., and enjoying the ensuing lucky dip. Yesterday, I was almost stopped in my tracks by a fantastic piece of music. On discovering it to be the presto from Beethoven's "Harp" string quartet, a very dim light bulb appeared above my head. Surely, the whole work would be on my Brilliant Classics box set? I delved into the cellars of the 40CD collection and picked out Vol. 24, which contained - yes! - the "Harp" and the "Serioso". One quick burn later, I felt very smug indeed about my "Brilliant" purchase. The quartets are just the ticket after a week spent listening to LvB's first four piano sonatas.

I think I prefer the sampler's astringent (and very rapid) presto from the Atrium Quartet to Brilliant's more sedate Medici Quartet, but no matter. I'm in the lucky position of discovering the pieces themselves. You have my permission to envy me. :wink:
You enthusiasm is infectious Thumper....well done and long may it continue. Enjoy your continued odyssey :D

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:31 pm

bombasticDarren wrote:Mozart - Horn Quintet (Dennis Brain/Griller Quartet, Decca) below

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I have this set Darren and I really like it....

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