Started by Brian, September 03, 2015, 06:06:03 PM
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Quote from: Brian on September 07, 2015, 12:23:16 PMI think both of them together would fit on one CD...
Quote from: Jo498 on September 07, 2015, 02:08:51 PMYes, the (modern) Schuppanzigh Quartett should record all Beethoven quartets on old instruments. I am not sure but I think op. 59,1+2, 127, 131 and 130/133 have never been recorded on period instruments. And if I am not imagining an op.132 with the Collegium Aureum quartet that recording is 40 years old and LP only. The Quatuor Mosaiques have played op.130/133 in concert but recorded only op.18. op.18, the cello sonatas, the two famous violin sonatas and a few trios are the only Beethoven chamber music somewhat well covered by PI recordings.There are very few PI Schubert string quartets either, no D 887 and no Quartettsatz to my knowledge and only a couple or so of the early quartets, about two of the a minor and d minor quartets.PI Mozart quartets are mostly unavailable (and I am not sure all the early ones were recorded in this fashion), the same holds for the two late quintets.It's quite amazing: There are more PI Schumann symphony cycles than Mozart mature string quartets and quintets.
Quote from: Bogey on September 03, 2015, 06:21:38 PMIf had a record label it would be exclusively spy/crime music played in movies and television, but played exclusively by bands and orchestras that did not originally record it, but put their own spin on it. Believe it or not, Harmonia Mundi tried one recently and I hope they continue to roll them out.Occasionally I would release a special cd where groups could also record spy/crime music that never was used for tv or movies, but to the unattended ear one would assume that it had been.
Quote from: North Star on September 08, 2015, 12:23:41 PMTerpsycordes' D887 and Quartettsatz is released quite soon
Quote from: Marc on September 05, 2015, 02:14:14 AMThen, I would reissue both (now OOP) Ewald Kooiman's and Bram Beekman's Bach organ boxsets from respectively Coronata and Lindenberg Music.
Quote from: Jo498 on September 07, 2015, 02:08:51 PMYes, the (modern) Schuppanzigh Quartett should record all Beethoven quartets on old instruments.
Quote from: Spotted Horses on August 05, 2022, 01:55:23 AMHopefully my record label could stave off bankruptcy long enough to issue complete Bacewicz and Maconchy editions.
Quote from: Irons on August 05, 2022, 08:32:23 AMIf I won the lottery I would buy the Supraphon back catalogue of chamber music. I would then hire the best remastering engineers and repackage in the most attractive way. I would lose a packet but doesn't matter as I have just won the lottery.
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