Started by DavidRoss, September 07, 2010, 08:06:33 AM
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Quote from: Dave B on November 29, 2022, 12:13:57 PMThat's a great list.
Quote from: Dave Bruce on November 27, 2022, 09:04:56 AMthen, Millard Fillmore?
Quote from: Dave Bruce on November 30, 2022, 02:18:27 PMBut Mount Rushmore material? No.
Quote from: Papy Oli on September 08, 2010, 12:02:42 PM25 recordings I couldn't live without, with the ones in bold being among the very first records I bought when I started to explore classical music 3 to 4 years ago and that are still among my very favourites. Obviously, Lots more works and genres to discover and get familiar within my own collection or to purchase later, but it will take something special to knock some off that list. Mahler Symphony No.1 – Maazel / VPOMahler Symphony No.2 – Boulez / VPO (live)Mahler Symphony No.3 – Haitink / Concertgebouw / ForresterMahler Symphony No.4 – Reiner / Chicago Mahler symphony No.5 – Tennstedt / LPO (Live)Mahler Symphony No.6 – Fischer / BudapestMahler Symphony No.6 – BarbirolliBeethoven – Symphony No.9 – Karajan '63Bruckner – Symphonies 3-9 – Celibidache / MunichBruckner – Symphony No.8 – Giulini / VPO Gorecki – Symphony No.3 (Swoboda / Kilanowicz / Polish State PO)Arvo Part – Kanon Pokajanen (ECM)Tallis – Spem in Alium / Salve Intemerata – Summerly / Oxford CamerataPergolesi – Stabat Mater – Alessandrini / Concerto ItalianoArvo Part – Berliner Messe (Naxos)Byrd – Mass for 4 & 5 voices - Summerly / Oxford CamerataChopin – Nocturnes - MoravecRameau – Suite en Mi Mineur – Marcelle MeyerSatie – Piano Works – Klara Kormendi (Naxos)Schumann – Piano Works (Kempff)Schubert – D.940 (Lupu / Perahia)Schubert – Arpeggione sonata (Queyras / Tharaud)Schubert – Impromptus (MJ Pires)Beethoven Op.7 / Brahms 4 Ballads / Schubert D.537 – MichelangeliBeethoven – String Quartets – Gewandhaus Qt.
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