T.D.

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  • Birthday 10/12/1957

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  1. Larry, how do like Chen's Bach? I love her Hat Art recordings of Schoenberg and Barraque/Boulez. Most curious about Bach, but reluctant to take a flier considering the # of recordings I already own.
  2. Actually, to 4 of the original Dorian CDs (Cuarteto Latinoamericano). Also have a couple of discs with the Danubius Qt. on Marco Polo, but overall not quite a complete set.
  3. I ordered Sunday night, and the immaculately wrapped package arrived Wednesday (postal holiday!). Don't know how that could have happened, but most grateful.
  4. Ditto. And today was a postal holiday - I don't understand how the package arrived!
  5. Alois Haba

    Just got e-mail from Berkshire touting Haba's complete string quartets (plus some other pieces) recorded by the Stamitz Quartet on Bayer. Any opinions on Haba's quartets? I'm favorably disposed to microtonal music, so might like these. [Added] Have been listening on Youtube and greatly enjoy what I've heard. Budget tight right now, so will revisit after the holidays.
  6. Agreed on all but the Kuhn, which is unknown to me. The Moondoc is really good. I was fence-sitting on the Ayler and Lyons, but snoozed and lost.
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    The Horace Tapscott CD that came with Steven Isoardi's book: It's really good.
  8. MLB 2018: let the games begin!

    I grew up in the Chicago area, went to school in Michigan and upstate NY, and never heard "wait on line" until I moved to NYC. I always assumed it's a regional thing that became widespread because of NYC's dominance in media, etc.