What classical music you listening to, luv?

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« Reply #3180 on: 30 Aug 2019, 01:28 am »
Jacques Gallot (c.1625-c.1695): works for lute
Pascal Monteilhet, lute


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« Reply #3182 on: 30 Aug 2019, 04:49 am »
Really nice, vigorous tuneful chamber music:


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« Reply #3185 on: 31 Aug 2019, 02:09 am »
Sheer delight!



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« Reply #3186 on: 1 Sep 2019, 04:20 pm »
F. Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 82 in C major
Les Agrémens
Guy van Waas, cond.


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« Reply #3188 on: 3 Sep 2019, 01:31 pm »
Tomaso Albinoni: selections from Trattenimenti armonici per camera a violino, violone e cembalo , Op. 6 and Suonate a tre , Op. 1 plus Sinfonia à 4 in B Flat Major, T. Si 6


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« Reply #3189 on: 4 Sep 2019, 04:43 pm »
One of my all time favorite lute recordings - -

François Dufault (before 1604 (?) – ca. 1672?): works for lute


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« Reply #3194 on: 6 Sep 2019, 10:31 pm »
One of my all time favorite lute recordings - -

François Dufault (before 1604 (?) – ca. 1672?): works for lute



Andy, I’ll see your lute and raise you a theorbo. Another delightful BIS recording:




Kapsperger: Intavolatura di chitarone
by Jonas Nordberg and Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger

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« Reply #3197 on: 10 Sep 2019, 08:20 pm »
Found out that Qobuz has a massive amount of CPO recordings, so been exploring them a bit.  Right now:



It appears I’ve fallen behind in my effort of Keeping Up With the Tysonians ... are you saying you can search Quobuz by label? How? Love Quobuz, btw. Wouldn’t do without it now.

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« Reply #3198 on: 10 Sep 2019, 11:54 pm »
It appears I’ve fallen behind in my effort of Keeping Up With the Tysonians ... are you saying you can search Quobuz by label? How? Love Quobuz, btw. Wouldn’t do without it now.

Haha, too funny!

Re: Qobuz and labels - if you are using the player on a laptop or mac, it's easy.  If you click on a release (album) so you can see the tracks, look for the name of the label near the top and just click it.  It will take you to a page with all the releases for that label on Qobuz.

If you're using the app on a phone, it's a little trickier.  Click on a release (album) so you can see all the tracks.  Then click the 3 vertical dots in the upper right corner.  That brings up a menu, scroll down to the bottom and click "See the label" and it'll take you to the page with all the releases for that label.

It's a cool feature.

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« Reply #3199 on: 11 Sep 2019, 10:26 am »
Haha, too funny!

Re: Qobuz and labels - if you are using the player on a laptop or mac, it's easy.  If you click on a release (album) so you can see the tracks, look for the name of the label near the top and just click it.  It will take you to a page with all the releases for that label on Qobuz.

If you're using the app on a phone, it's a little trickier.  Click on a release (album) so you can see all the tracks.  Then click the 3 vertical dots in the upper right corner.  That brings up a menu, scroll down to the bottom and click "See the label" and it'll take you to the page with all the releases for that label.

It's a cool feature.

Oh, that’s a VERY cool feature indeed! And most helpful. Now I’ll never leave the house. Thank you.

And now back to spinning some vinyl.