What classical music you listening to, luv?

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andolink

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« Reply #2520 on: 23 Sep 2018, 01:09 pm »
Maurice Ohana (1913-1992)


bassivus

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« Reply #2521 on: 23 Sep 2018, 01:14 pm »



andolink

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« Reply #2522 on: 23 Sep 2018, 01:36 pm »
Thanks again Andolink! You’ve helped make me, my wife (and it seems even our dog, who usualyy lies in front of one of our speakers when we play these recordings) into Feuersinger/Capricornus groupies.    :thumb:

It's very nice to get this kind of feed back. 

Spreading the word about great recordings and generating interest in them is a major reason I post here and elsewhere.

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Re: What classical music you listening to, luv?
« Reply #2523 on: 23 Sep 2018, 03:19 pm »
Sunday is Bach day for me:




Randy

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« Reply #2524 on: 24 Sep 2018, 10:43 pm »

Keyboard works. Terrific.

andolink

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« Reply #2525 on: 26 Sep 2018, 11:56 pm »
Bela BartokString Quartet No. 3


andolink

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« Reply #2526 on: 27 Sep 2018, 05:47 am »
Helmut Lachenmann: Kontrakadenz (1970/71)
Ensemble Modern/Marcus Stenz


andolink

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« Reply #2527 on: 27 Sep 2018, 03:47 pm »
Pascal Dusapin:
Extenso (1993/94) solo n°2 pour orchestre
Apex (1995) solo n°3 pour orchestre


andolink

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« Reply #2528 on: 27 Sep 2018, 04:25 pm »
F. Joseph Haydn: Complete Baryton Octets


andolink

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« Reply #2529 on: 28 Sep 2018, 01:34 pm »
Giuseppe Maria Cambini (1746-1825): String Quartets


andolink

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« Reply #2530 on: 28 Sep 2018, 02:58 pm »
Jørgen Bentzon (1897-1951): Racconti


andolink

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« Reply #2531 on: 28 Sep 2018, 04:11 pm »
Franz Schubert: Piano Trio in E-flat, Op. 100


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Re: What classical music you listening to, luv?
« Reply #2532 on: 29 Sep 2018, 11:19 am »
F. Joseph Haydn: Complete Baryton Octets



How is this Andolink?

andolink

Re: What classical music you listening to, luv?
« Reply #2533 on: 29 Sep 2018, 11:38 am »
How is this Andolink?

I enjoy it.  It's Haydn in a slightly lighter and more laid back mode than his string quartets and symphonies as you would expect given that these are 'Divertimenti'.  The use of the baryton imparts its distinctively resonant quality to the sound as do the valveless french horns.

They're entertaining works and the recording and performances are excellent.

andolink

Re: What classical music you listening to, luv?
« Reply #2534 on: 30 Sep 2018, 03:47 pm »
Helmut Lachenmann: Tanzsuite mit Deutschlandlied - Music for Orchestra with String Quartet (1979-1980)
Arditti Quartet
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin/Olaf Henzold


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Re: What classical music you listening to, luv?
« Reply #2535 on: 30 Sep 2018, 04:17 pm »
Bach, as always, on Sundays:


Randy

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Randy

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« Reply #2539 on: 4 Oct 2018, 12:26 am »
Back in the stone age, CBS Television televised the concert of the premier of Copland's "Connotations for Orchestra" shown in prime time, live from, I assume, Carnegie Hall, and also assume NY Philharmonic with Bernstein conducting.  How times have changed! My family and I watched and we were all baffled by this atonal work. Now I find it entirely mainstream. Strange how it's so dissonant yet still sounds like Copland.   There's a Bernstein conducted performance of it on DG, but the pairings on this New World disc are much preferable, great works by Schuman and Sessions, both.