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Re: New Releases
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« Reply #11461 on: April 03, 2021, 05:58:31 AM »
Any releaae info on this?
Presto has it in mid June, same day as the super giant Riccardo Muti box.

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« Reply #11462 on: April 03, 2021, 11:00:32 AM »
At last, at last...



The whole collection, a number of them first recordings.  Now all we need is complete recordings of the two other English songbooks for a Byrd intégrale.

PS It's £8.99 on Qobuz (2 discs' worth).
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Re: New Releases
« Reply #11463 on: April 03, 2021, 06:16:52 PM »
Here an interesting tread, your own personal view on new not released yet...  :P

This is huge folks, for admirer of Johannes Ockeghem achievements, Raum Klang(German Label of quality), that would value so much so far and cherish there records.

This will be release April 16 in few days, just can't wait for this album, the great Masses, wow I'm tripping now:Missa Prolationum, Has a fan of Ockeghem, I would not missed out on!, this album, order this splendid recording, Missa Prolationum is equal in my mind to the beauty of Missa Caput of his
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This will perhaps competed whit The sound and The fury ensemble(From Austria).This is so telling folks, this album scream out loud buy me, you wont regret it.

Also, purchased Arnolt & Hugo DE Latins, this is not knew , but never being deceived by Batiste Romain and his ensemble ''Le mirroir DE la musique''. Would compared them to composers Busnois & Binchois especially for ambiance, also might consider one of his other contemporaries Johannes DE Lymburgia on same label as afore mention composers ''DE Latins'' respectively off the same era the glorious 15Th century renaissance polyphony of Flemish and Franco-Flemish genius like Johannes Tinctoris all in the same time span.
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What about it Lady & Gentlemen, look and seem astonishingly fabulous?

My question and purpose of this tread is for you and me, to recommend future of greatest albums to come sooner are later in future days ahead.?

I'm a bit a zealot & proselyte and ultimately compelled to talk about the first album the Ockeghem Missa Prolationum, am all ready very exited about this release, whiteout fault, thus said, I'm expecting this and have high expectancy to listening to them!!!

Marvelous recording up a head!!!!

 ;D
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Re: New Releases
« Reply #11464 on: April 04, 2021, 01:09:23 AM »
At last, at last...



The whole collection, a number of them first recordings.  Now all we need is complete recordings of the two other English songbooks for a Byrd intégrale.

PS It's £8.99 on Qobuz (2 discs' worth).

Thanks, listening now to the big lullaby!
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« Reply #11466 on: April 05, 2021, 06:08:52 AM »
Well, this is unexpected: Naxos has revived its super-duper budget label, Amadis. For those who don't remember it, Amadis CDs were Naxos' old 1980s Eastern European and Hong Kong-based recordings, reissued on CDs with black covers for just $3-4. I don't think a single one is still in print; the only one that even got any press was a pretty solid Theodore Kuchar-conducted program of Shostakovich VC1 + Symphony 5.

Now, suddenly, here comes Amadis, Part II. Again, it's all 1980s Marco Polo recordings being reissued. Looks like the drive is primarily digital (Presto is offering each new album to download for $7), but Naxos Music Library does have "back cover inlay" PDF files to download, and those files have bar codes. Why would you need a bar code on a download? Is physical release coming for Amadis? Not sure. Guess we'll find out in a month or two.

Anyway, I don't think too many of these will be interesting to too many people, but if you missed some of this stuff on Marco Polo and have $7 sitting around, you may take a look. I'll post a small sampling of what's becoming available this month, rather than posting a thorough list.


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« Reply #11467 on: April 05, 2021, 06:17:58 AM »
The 2 Szymanowski discs are very good value !

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« Reply #11468 on: April 05, 2021, 06:28:07 AM »
The 2 Szymanowski discs are very good value !
And there are two more in that grouping - the violin concertos and Harnasie - all with the Katowice orchestra and Stryja.

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Re: New Releases
« Reply #11469 on: April 05, 2021, 06:57:59 AM »
Here an interesting tread, your own personal view on new not released yet...  :P

This is huge folks, for admirer of Johannes Ockeghem achievements, Raum Klang(German Label of quality), that would value so much so far and cherish there records.

This will be release April 16 in few days, just can't wait for this album, the great Masses, wow I'm tripping now:Missa Prolationum, Has a fan of Ockeghem, I would not missed out on!, this album, order this splendid recording, Missa Prolationum is equal in my mind to the beauty of Missa Caput of his
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This will perhaps competed whit The sound and The fury ensemble(From Austria).This is so telling folks, this album scream out loud buy me, you wont regret it.

Also, purchased Arnolt & Hugo DE Latins, this is not knew , but never being deceived by Batiste Romain and his ensemble ''Le mirroir DE la musique''. Would compared them to composers Busnois & Binchois especially for ambiance, also might consider one of his other contemporaries Johannes DE Lymburgia on same label as afore mention composers ''DE Latins'' respectively off the same era the glorious 15Th century renaissance polyphony of Flemish and Franco-Flemish genius like Johannes Tinctoris all in the same time span.
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What about it Lady & Gentlemen, look and seem astonishingly fabulous?

My question and purpose of this tread is for you and me, to recommend future of greatest albums to come sooner are later in future days ahead.?

I'm a bit a zealot & proselyte and ultimately compelled to talk about the first album the Ockeghem Missa Prolationum, am all ready very exited about this release, whiteout fault, thus said, I'm expecting this and have high expectancy to listening to them!!!

Marvelous recording up a head!!!!

 ;D



A new ensemble,we'll have to wait and see... :)

By the way, the Missa Prolationum has already received a pretty amazing recording, and it is not by The Sound and The Fury:




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Re: New Releases
« Reply #11470 on: April 05, 2021, 07:07:56 AM »


A new ensemble,we'll have to wait and see... :)


Wonder if they say the last word about this mass?
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« Reply #11471 on: April 05, 2021, 07:13:51 AM »
Booklet here

https://static.qobuz.com/goodies/92/000139129.pdf

I guess you can't have enough Missae Prolationa (?), but it sure would be nice if someone would do a good job of his other mass without cantus firmus (I'm sure that's not the way to say it!) -- the Missa(e) Cuiusvis Toni.

(This post has stretched my Latin grammar to breaking point.)
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« Reply #11472 on: April 05, 2021, 08:09:05 AM »
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Re: New Releases
« Reply #11473 on: April 05, 2021, 09:25:30 AM »
And there are two more in that grouping - the violin concertos and Harnasie - all with the Katowice orchestra and Stryja.

Good to know, thanks Brian ! Do you have a link to the complete list of releases ?

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« Reply #11474 on: April 05, 2021, 09:49:52 AM »
Good to know, thanks Brian ! Do you have a link to the complete list of releases ?
Full label catalog is at Presto - I don't know if there are any future re-releases planned yet, they're not in Naxos' normal distribution website.

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« Reply #11475 on: April 05, 2021, 10:04:46 AM »
Thanks. The Taneyev discs look interesting, too. Not sure about the rest. Many of these still sport their old design. Will see if they materialize as cds and how much they cost  :)

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« Reply #11476 on: April 05, 2021, 10:08:59 AM »
Yeah, the older designs are older discs which were issued as CDs around 2005ish. I have a couple of those. So the new line is the one with the new designs.

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Re: New Releases
« Reply #11477 on: April 05, 2021, 11:24:56 AM »
Booklet here

https://static.qobuz.com/goodies/92/000139129.pdf

I guess you can't have enough Missae Prolationa (?), but it sure would be nice if someone would do a good job of his other mass without cantus firmus (I'm sure that's not the way to say it!) -- the Missa(e) Cuiusvis Toni.

(This post has stretched my Latin grammar to breaking point.)
I thought Ensemble Musica Nova did a pretty good job with that one as well.
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Re: New Releases
« Reply #11478 on: April 05, 2021, 01:29:54 PM »
I thought Ensemble Musica Nova did a pretty good job with that one as well.

QFT  :)

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« Reply #11479 on: April 05, 2021, 07:14:52 PM »
I thought Ensemble Musica Nova did a pretty good job with that one as well.

I’ve never managed to enjoy it, I can’t say whether the problem is me, the music or the performances.
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