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Re: New Releases
« Reply #13060 on: January 24, 2022, 10:10:12 PM »
Oh, yes!! Excellent news! I’ve been waiting for more recordings of his music ever since the BIS recording of Symphonies 4 and 9 years ago!

A very welcome release indeed! I didn't know that Santoro had composed more than 10 symphonies, and if Naxos wants to record all of them is because is worth the investment.
Give us something else; give us something new; for Heaven's sake give us something bad, so long as we feel we are alive and active and not just passive admirers of tradition!

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« Reply #13061 on: January 25, 2022, 01:12:53 AM »
I seldom am, but when I am, it's probably the harpsichord suites.

Me too - those are really nice...  :)

But I think we're covered, with many good interpretations available.

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« Reply #13062 on: January 25, 2022, 05:15:48 AM »
I seldom am, but when I am, it's probably the harpsichord suites.

The same with me, and owning 10+ versions of these eight great suites my need for them is more than covered.
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« Reply #13063 on: January 25, 2022, 07:03:04 AM »
Bach by Suwanai on Universal Japan/Decca:

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« Reply #13064 on: January 25, 2022, 09:07:45 AM »
The same with me, and owning 10+ versions of these eight great suites my need for them is more than covered.

I really got into these lately - could I bother you for your top choices? :)

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« Reply #13065 on: January 25, 2022, 12:21:43 PM »
I really got into these lately - could I bother you for your top choices? :)

The complete sets of the Eight Great suites I own, faves with fat types (I'm not into piano versions of this music):

Tilney
Nicholson
Yates
Egarr
Verlet
Gilbert
Cummings
Rowland
Ahlgrimm
Alvini
Ross
Remy
Borgstede
Stella
Dantone
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« Reply #13066 on: Today at 01:34:10 AM »
The complete sets of the Eight Great suites I own, faves with fat types (I'm not into piano versions of this music):

Tilney
Nicholson
Yates
Egarr
Verlet
Gilbert
Cummings
Rowland
Ahlgrimm
Alvini
Ross
Remy
Borgstede
Stella
Dantone

Do you know whether Kempff recorded any Handel? I ask because I have a CD by Eric Heidsieck called Hommage à William Kempff with a Handel suite.
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« Reply #13067 on: Today at 01:58:40 AM »
I seem to recall that he has recorded the variation-movement from the Great suite in E-major, the so called Harmonius Blacksmith variations, and I think I own them on a CD which mostly contains Bach arrangements. He also recorded his own arrangement of a minuet from one of the small keyboard suites, but that's all I think.
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« Reply #13068 on: Today at 07:03:57 AM »
April on Hyperion



Bargiel was a friend and colleague of Brahms and the music is said to be Brahmsian.



What clunky cover design.



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« Reply #13069 on: Today at 07:28:03 AM »
April on Hyperion



Bargiel was a friend and colleague of Brahms


Also Schumann's brother-in-law, being Clara Wieck's maternal half-brother.  :)
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« Reply #13070 on: Today at 09:38:57 AM »
The complete sets of the Eight Great suites I own, faves with fat types (I'm not into piano versions of this music):

Tilney
Nicholson
Yates
Egarr
Verlet
Gilbert
Cummings
Rowland
Ahlgrimm
Alvini
Ross
Remy
Borgstede
Stella
Dantone

Thnx!  :) I haven't heard them all, but so far I like Belder Borgstede, Dantone, Ross and Verlet.
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« Reply #13071 on: Today at 11:10:11 AM »
Thnx!  :) I haven't heard them all, but so far I like Belder, Dantone, Ross and Verlet.

And I haven't heard Belder. Did he record the Händel suites?
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« Reply #13072 on: Today at 11:46:09 AM »
And I haven't heard Belder. Did he record the Händel suites?

Oh yes, he did. I'm suprised you didn't know!   ;)

I seem to keep mixing up Belder and Borgstede. Anyway... :D