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I will be interested in GMG comments on how these new Warsaw PO Szymanowski recordings differ from the Warsaw PO's previous cycle, recorded only 5 or 6 years before with Wit/Naxos.
It seems as if the Buxtehude recordings are new, but there is no information about the organ, as far as I can see.
Both seem mandatory ~
I am not so sure about this one. It is a Pasticcio work made up of arias from Hasse, Vinci, Leo, Vivaldi and Porpora, and not an original Haendel composition. Why not buy some CDs of the original works instead ?
Both seem mandatory ~...
The Walser I know is the swiss writer Robert. I have read (and enjoyed) most of his books. I almost bought a book of Martin but the german litterary critics I read were quite unfavorable so I skipped it. You can put a piece of duck tape over his name and think of somebody else.
Ha, I love Robert Walser's writing ... but alas that grand narcissist that's stylized to be a chronicler of post-war Germany (make that post WWII, next war may well come up with all the Trumpses, Le Pens, AfDs etc.) is a totally different case. And I guess I can't ignore his voice, so I'll stick to the Magellones I already have and alas not hear Gerhaher do it.
This disc also has a pending release without the spoken texts. This picture is from mdt (release date 21st April):
The Foldes items are a must, the Faerman a maybe.The Prosseda Mendelssohn set. Ten discs. That's a lot of Mendelssohn.
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I did not know this existed until I saw it in the window at La Boîte à Musique in Brussels on Sunday, and I bought it immediately.
I heard a short excerpt on the radio yesterday. It is pianoforte, so it is different. This excerpt, although nice sounding, didnt make a sufficient impression on me to go for it, especially after giocar comments. I guess I should stream it at some point to double check.
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