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Quote from: 71 dB on April 01, 2021, 02:39:09 PMI deleted my messages.
Quote from: pjme on April 01, 2021, 01:27:43 PMEhhh...which work do you mean exactly?
Quote from: pjme on April 02, 2021, 03:14:58 AMAfaik, this is the fist commercial recording & it is still very impressive.https://www.youtube.com/v/bIaGM8xvf10Krzysztof Penderecki (1933 - 2020)Passio et Mors Domini Nostri Iesu Christi secundum Lucam(1965)Stefania Woytowicz - soprán / sopranoAndrzej Hiolski - baryton / baritoneBernard Ładysz - bas / bassoLeszek Herdegen - recitace / recitationChlapecký a Smíšený sbor Krakowské filharmonie Boys and Mixed Choir of Krakow Philharmonicsbormistři / choirmasters Janusz Przybyski a Józef SuwaraOrchestr Krakowské filharmonieOrchestra of Krakow Philharmonicřídí / conducting Henryk Czyż[/flash]
Quote from: Que on April 02, 2021, 11:38:01 PMAny recommendations on Händel's Brockes-Passion? The field used to be monopolised by McGegan (Hungaroton), but nowadays there is a wealth of choice:A new recording by Jonathan Cohen with Sandrine Piau et al. (Alpha)Richard Egarr (AAM Records)Lars Ulrik Mortensen (cpo)Laurence Cummings (Accent)Hans Peter Neumann (Carus)Q
Quote from: amw on April 03, 2021, 12:22:38 AMCurrently listening to some versions of the 1725 version of Bach's St. John Passion. I have these two at the moment:The Neumann is preferable, at least from a technical instrumental and vocal perspective. The van der Meel sounds more "historically informed" though.What other recordings of this version should I look for?edit: Found three more on streaming services, have listened to this one so far. Good, modern instruments, but generally on the slow side, and none of the soloists struck me as really exceptional. Other two are Herreweghe & Wunderkammer which I am saving for tomorrow.
Quote from: André on April 04, 2021, 06:52:59 AMI normally observe obvious signposts of the season such as Christmas and Easter with the appropriate musical fare, but not this year. It seems the pandemic has upended my reaction to the passing of time, as if my internal clock was frozen in pre-covid time...
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