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Re: New Releases
« Reply #12860 on: December 02, 2021, 02:10:50 AM »


I though 3 was particularly impressive so I’m looking forward to this.
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« Reply #12861 on: December 02, 2021, 09:05:13 AM »


I though 3 was particularly impressive so I’m looking forward to this.

Looking forward to the viola da gamba drone piece 8)

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« Reply #12862 on: Today at 08:58:51 AM »
King's/Cleobury/Argo:



and for the Savall enthusiasts here are Beethoven symphony timings + recording info:


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« Reply #12863 on: Today at 10:19:30 AM »
King's/Cleobury/Argo:



and for the Savall enthusiasts here are Beethoven symphony timings + recording info:



Has anyone recorded a shorter Op. 125?
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« Reply #12864 on: Today at 12:48:12 PM »
Has anyone recorded a shorter Op. 125?
Gardiner 59:43 and could have been two minutes faster if he had skipped some repeats in the scherzo.

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« Reply #12865 on: Today at 01:42:54 PM »
Gardiner 59:43 and could have been two minutes faster if he had skipped some repeats in the scherzo.
Spering 59:36. The best recording, Herreweghe, is 62:26; his Royal Flemish Philharmonic remake comes in at 60:55. This is a fairly standard tempo range at this point.

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« Reply #12866 on: Today at 01:44:15 PM »
Gardiner 59:43 and could have been two minutes faster if he had skipped some repeats in the scherzo.

The 1959 Munch BSO performance runs under 63 mins. The same forces gave a concert a couple of days before and it’s under 60’. The concert performance  is available on the net and it sizzles. No scherzo repeat of course. Munch never met a repeat he liked.

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« Reply #12867 on: Today at 02:08:06 PM »
Gardiner 59:43 and could have been two minutes faster if he had skipped some repeats in the scherzo.

(* chortle *)
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