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Quote from: Irons on March 28, 2023, 05:26:20 AMI shall be eternally grateful to Jeffrey for introducing this work to me. We are blessed with two outstanding recordings; on a Chandos double CD Philharmonia conducted by Mathias Bambert and for LP this https://youtu.be/Sf2qJGD7RbEI would not be without either.
Quote from: aligreto on March 22, 2023, 07:16:58 AMContemporary Music from Sweden
Quote from: Irons on April 10, 2023, 07:52:15 AMAfter a hiatus since March 8th back spinning.The "flawed" 1st Symphony is my favourite of the three by a margin.Rachmaninov's chamber works are small in number with the Cello Sonata a masterpiece.
Quote from: vandermolen on April 10, 2023, 02:41:51 PMLove the cover art of the Rachmaninov 1st Symphony Lol. It's also my favourite of the three. Robert Simpson in his chapter on Rachmaninov in the Penguin Book of the Symphony), Vol.2 'Elgar to the Present Day' regretted that Rachmaninov had not persevered down the path of the 1st Symphony.
Quote from: absolutelybaching on April 12, 2023, 09:14:04 AMThat was an early LP buy for me, the Britten/Hindemith one. Fond memories of borrowing from the library and being wowed by the only then-current recording of Britten's Opus 1. Thank you for the trip down memory lane...
Quote from: Valentino on April 19, 2023, 11:45:15 PMPardon me if this has been covered in my absence.Deutsche Grammophon The Original Source, for the audiophile in you:https://www.the-original-source.com/I like the idea of newfangled oldfashioness and I have on order the Schubert Trout quintet.
Quote from: Pohjolas Daughter on May 13, 2023, 02:37:40 PMPurchased some used classical LPs today (along with 2 new non-c albums; if interested, check out the Diner).Bartok's string quartets on DG Gesellschaft with the "Ungarisches Streichquartett" (in mono).Also on same label: Emil Gilels playing Mozart piano sonatas (in stereo) 2530 061Same label: Janacek: The Diary of One Who Vanished with Kay Griffel, Ernst Haefliger & Kubelik (Stereo)Same label: Sibelius' Sym. Nos. 6 & 7 with HvK and Berlin (Stereo)Dvorak piano works with Kvapil (Supraphon 1 11 0865 in stereo)Lastly: a combo of various Swedish composers (Nystroem, Rangström and Johanson) on a new-to-me label called Caprice CAP 1109 (in stereo).PD
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