Recordings That You Are Considering

Started by George, April 06, 2007, 05:54:08 AM

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PerfectWagnerite

Quote from: George on April 26, 2007, 04:17:39 PM
Do it yesterday!  :)

Any chance of it cheaper elsewhere?

Maybe someday Amazon sellers will have it for cheaper?

Maciek

I think ordering it from Europe might be a good idea. You can get it in Poland for 59 PLN (21 USD) here or for 66 PLN (24 USD) here. Even with the steepest shipping prices should it be worthwhile...

(I got mine set from the first source - didn't even have to pay for the shipping, they have a real life outlet in Warsaw. :D)

George

Quote from: PerfectWagnerite on April 26, 2007, 04:21:49 PM
Any chance of it cheaper elsewhere?

Maybe someday Amazon sellers will have it for cheaper?

Oh, it was about the price. Can't help you there, sorry.

Florestan

"Art is no excuse for boring people." - Jules Renard


Que



Que

Quote from: George on April 27, 2007, 03:15:44 AM
Who plays on those?

Jaime Laredo - violin & Stephanie Brown - piano.
The recording is licensed from Dorian.

Q

George

Quote from: Que on April 27, 2007, 03:30:24 AM
Jaime Laredo - violin & Stephanie Brown - piano.
The recording is licensed from Dorian.

Q


Thanks. I have been considering the Lupu/Goldberg set from Decca.

Harry

Quote from: Florestan on April 27, 2007, 02:07:44 AM








Anyone heard them?

Yes I heard them and bought them, and they are all good to excellent my friend.

johnshade



Thielemann conducting Brahms Symphony #1 and Beethoven Egmont Overture, available May 8, 2007. I have a passion for this symphony and have several versions. I bought my first recording of the Brahms in 1956, Artur Rodzinsky conducting.
The sun's a thief, and with her great attraction robs the vast sea, the moon's an arrant thief, and her pale fire she snatches from the sun  (Shakespeare)

karlhenning

#71
Otto Sauter, eh, Harry?

And they think it's easy to play a trumpet while trying to keep still in a hot skillet . . . .

Hector

Quote from: RebLem on April 24, 2007, 05:04:29 PM



Now, a question of my own.  What do folks here think of the Solti set of Haydn's London Symphonies?

Avoid. Worse than Jochum's with the LPO.

Fischer, Adam or Colin Davis recorded post-Robbins-Landon but Beecham finds as much wit in these works as any, although, he used inauthentic editions.

Florestan

"Art is no excuse for boring people." - Jules Renard

Harry

Quote from: karlhenning on April 27, 2007, 05:11:33 AM
Otto Sauter, eh, Harry?

And they think it's easy to play a trumpet while try to keep still in a hot skillet . . . .

Nice imagery! :)

karlhenning

#75
I adapted an old description of Eric Dolphy, HarryHe was playing rattlesnakes on a hotplate.

Harry

Quote from: karlhenning on April 27, 2007, 09:23:52 AM
A adapted an old description of Eric Dolphy, HarryHe was playing rattlesnakes on a hotplate.

Right, that is indeed somethig different of what I made of it, according to my dictionary. ;D

karlhenning

Not your fault, Harry; though I've corrected it now, my grammar and spelling were atrocious in my original post.

Florestan

"Art is no excuse for boring people." - Jules Renard

Harry

Quote from: Florestan on April 27, 2007, 09:55:46 AM








Do not consider Andrei but buy, these recordings are topnotch, in recording and performance!
I am very happy with it, and so should you! :)