Started by karlhenning, April 02, 2008, 12:44:20 PM
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Quote from: James on August 30, 2013, 04:09:35 AMComing soon .. the re-issue of the historic Sony recordings .. [asin]B00EC0VW3S[/asin]
Quote from: sanantonio on August 30, 2013, 04:25:26 AM[BTW, the link for the item does not work, gives me a 404 error.]
Quote from: Leo K. on March 20, 2014, 11:14:05 AMAlso, I'm again discovering Karajan's account of Symphony, Op.21 with the BPO on DG. Incredible! Perhaps my favorite Webern work.
Quote from: Velimir on March 20, 2014, 03:45:05 PMI love the Symphony. At first I was puzzled by it, but suddenly everything came together and I got hooked on it, to the point that I had to listen to it every day for a while.And I recently got that complete Sony set in its original LP incarnation (Columbia).
Quote from: Leo K. on March 21, 2014, 08:43:46 AMI wouldn't be surprised if the original LPs has wonderful warm sound.
Quote from: Velimir on March 21, 2014, 07:05:21 PMIt does, yeah. But...it also has lots of pre-echo [....]
Quote from: jlaurson on March 25, 2014, 11:37:04 AMKrzysztof Chorzelski, violist of the Belcea Quartet, talks Anton Webern and Charles Ives while enjoying a cold one.Anton Webern, Langsamer Satz, and the Belcea Quartet http://konzerthaus.at/magazin/Home/tabid/41/entryid/345/Krzysztof-Chorzelski-violist-of-the-Belcea-Quartet-has-a-beer-and-talks-Anton-Webern-and-then-some.aspx
Quote from: snyprrr on May 06, 2014, 10:11:44 AMYou really work for The Communist Time... er... The Washington Poist? (rhymes with 'moiust')Where's everyone getting these great gigs? "Webern rocks. So, er, buy his album. Dude."(after cold ones)"Fuckin' Webern man. Fuckin' rocks. Buy his fuckin' album dude."Hire me. (btw- where in the WP am I missing you?) sorry, just read that Stockhausen review- not your fault- I'm being a dikkey $:)
Quote from: jlaurson on May 06, 2014, 10:21:00 AMHaven't written for the WaPo in eons. Don't live there anymore, either. Sorry to disappoint.
Quote from: snyprrr on May 18, 2014, 05:14:25 PMWho out-Weberns Webern? Seriously asking (in crystalline purity and economy, etc.,...)
Quote from: James on May 19, 2014, 01:29:18 AMNo one out Webern's Webern. He was his own man! (as it should be) Webern had tremendous influence on many composers, and I reckon he still is an inspiration to musicians from all over who come into contact with his thing. But most of the reputable ones developed their own voice and didn't end up being an imitation of him. (as it should be)
Quote from: Mandryka on May 18, 2014, 10:32:13 PMI think this is a really interesting question - who wrote music where you can hear the strong influence of the op 27 variations, the op 28 quartet, the op 30 Variations for orchestra? I hope someone will answer.You (at least I think it was you) wrote a post ages ago saying that you prefer the hyper-expressionistic late Schoenberg to the hyper-pure late Webern. You gave the AS's op 45 trio as an example, comparing it unfavorably with AW's op 20. I feel the opposite in fact.
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