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Quote from: Irons on December 15, 2022, 02:18:28 AMA spellbinding performance of Bach's 5th Sonata for Violin and Piano. David Oistrakh is in top form but it is the mesmerising playing of his partner Lev Oborin that makes this recording so memorable.
Quote from: Dry Brett Kavanaugh on December 17, 2022, 06:06:28 AMI checked it on Youtube. Exceptional, surreal music.
Quote from: Mandryka on September 16, 2022, 08:28:41 AMI've not heard the Szell/Huberman for years, but I remember that the two spark it off very well, Furtwangler/Fischer Beethoven PC5 is a bit like that. Here's a list of this sort of thing that I made more than 10 years ago, when I was into that sort of thing more. Some of it may be stereo, I'm not sure. I think today I'd add more Mengelberg -- but, I don't want to think about it too much: been there, done that, and this list is the tee shirt. I'm too cool for 19th century concertos now . Scherchen's Handel Concerti Grossi Op 6Ervin Nyiregyhazi playing Liszt LegendsErvin Nyiregyhazi playing Rachmaninov Symphony 2Ervin Nyiregyhazi playing the threnodies from Liszt AneeesMengelberg's live Beethoven 6Scherchen's Matthew PassionMengelberg's Matthew PassionMengelberg's Bach cantatasMengelberg's Brahms Violin ConcertoMengelberg Brahms 1Anything sung by ErbFelix Prohaska Bach cantatas with Stich-RandallFurtwangler's Beethoven 3Pfitzner's Beethoven 3 and 6Furtwangler's Beethoven 4Furtwangler's Brahms 1Furtwangler's Brahms 2Furtwangler's Brahms 4Furtwangler's Tristan (the one with the missing Act 1)Furtwangler's MetamorphosenFurtwangler's Gran PartitaFurtwangler's Bruckner 5Furtwangler's Bruckner 7Furtwangler's Bruckner 9Furtwangler's Beethoven 9Furtwangler playing the Grosse FugeAlbert Coates playing the Jupiter SymphonyThe last 40 minutes of Furtwangler's Matthew PassionRichter's Christmas OratorioRichter's St John PassionKnappertsbusch's Parsifal with VickersFurtwangler's Schubert 9Furtwangler's Schubert 8Jurgen Jurgen's Monteverdi VespersMengelberg live Schubert 9Casals prelude to Cello Suites 5 and 6Tocanini's Missa Solemnis with KipnisSegovia playing the Bach ChaconneTureck playing the Goldbergs and Partitas on Great PianistsThe largo from Chopin sonata 3 by RosenthalCortot playing Schumann's Etudes (1950s) and DavidsbundlertanzeCortot playing Chopin Walzes, nocturnes, sonatas, preludes, etudes and everything elseEdwin Fischer playing the last half of Bk 2 of WTC Edwin Fischer playing Beethoven Op 110Casals live cello suite 3Scherchen playing Haydn 88Levy playing the big Liszt sonataPeter Pears singing the Britten SerenadeNey/Boehm Beethoven PC5, final movement onlyFischer/Furtwangler Brahms PC2Arrau playing Op 111 on the VAI DVDThe young Souzay singing Nacht und TraumeHubermann playing the slow movement of the Beethoven ConcertoFeuermann plaing the Ghost sonata and the Haydn ConcertoBusch Bros playing the Bach double Violin ConcertoSzigetti playing the Bach chaconneSchnabel in the largo of Mozart PC 27Schnabel's Brahms IntermeszziSchorr singing Wotan in WalkureSolti's GotterdammerungWalcha playing Bach's English SuitesBruno Walter playing the Mozart Funeral March thingHotter/Moore WinterreiseHotter Bach cantatasKipnis Brahms serious songsWhen the anti aircraft guns fire in Landowska's Scarlatti
Quote from: Dry Brett Kavanaugh on February 13, 2023, 03:18:58 PMMandryka, why don't you like the first half of Fischer WTC2? Just curious.
Quote from: Mandryka on March 04, 2023, 09:53:09 AMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pe8zb9H9KoY&ab_channel=SadanoriKobinataThis is Cortot playing Mendelssohn's Variations Serieuses in 1950 I think - I have it on Vol 23 of the Anniversary Edition. IT seems a minute longer than his other recordings on youtube. Some psychedelic hallucinatory playing towards the end.
Quote from: Dry Brett Kavanaugh on March 04, 2023, 04:23:03 PMGood, if dark, performance. I'm more familiar with sunny interpretations with eighth notes arpeggios dancing.
Quote from: Mandryka on March 04, 2023, 06:56:30 PMTry Richter if you're feeling brave, it's darker still. It's a bit like a Russian tank rolling across a wildflower meadow in Spring.
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