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Quote from: Que on November 19, 2021, 11:32:22 PMMorning listening - 2nd disc:What gorgeous music! Although the intricate dense textures might revael their secrets to experienced Early Music listeners only. And great performances, some of Beauty Farm's best IMO.This morning I managed to decifer the liner notes in small white print on black pages... still think presentation is ridiculous.
Quote from: Mandryka on November 20, 2021, 01:24:56 AMI just find all that dense imitation wearing.
Quote from: Irons on November 20, 2021, 01:07:17 AMBeethoven: Violin Sonata no.7.After a long hiatus returned to the Oistrakh/Oberin set recorded in Paris 1962. A big admirer of both artists for many years I was surprised to be underwhelmed with the performances. Musicality is beyond doubt but I felt a lack of urgency, a feeling of routine which does not sit well with Beethoven.Oistrakh was one of the greatest violinists ever but IMO this was not him at his best. A view not universally shared as prices for LPs on eBay are eyewatering.
Quote from: Tsaraslondon on November 20, 2021, 02:57:40 AMA superb recording of Mahler's 6th is here coupled with Ludwig's gravely beautiful versions of his Kindertotenlieder and Rückert Lieder.
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