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What Classical Music Are You Listening To?

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6 hours ago, T.D. said:

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Near-time replay of this outstanding Shostakovich 8 performance .... Mravinsky seemingly owns this music ....

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Michael Kevin Jones (violoncello) & Agustin Maruri (guitar) play
Soffren Degen
(1816-1885) (EMEC Discos Madrid)

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3 hours ago, soulpope said:

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Near-time replay of this outstanding Shostakovich 8 performance .... Mravinsky seemingly owns this music ....

:tup! I have a much later live recording on Philips.

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Piano Sonatas No.9, OP.14/1, No.10, Op.14/2, No.11, Op.2251OTdZE-4uL._AC_US218_.jpg 

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Discs 5 and 6 (Mendelssohn, Bruch, Wienawski, Tchaikovsky)

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Discs 1 and 6 (North American Ballads and The People United...) Maybe more later.

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4 hours ago, T.D. said:

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Discs 5 and 6 (Mendelssohn, Bruch, Wienawski, Tchaikovsky)

Excellent ....

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Thereof a fabulous Bruckner 5 ....

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8 minutes ago, mikeweil said:

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How is this .... ?

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First class, as all issues in this series. Do you know Srradella's music? If you like his style, this is a must. But rather different from either Monteverdi's operas or those from later baroque - composed very close to the speech rhythm of the libretto, still highly melodic but no repetitions of aria verses or ritornellos. I like this better than later operas, but maybe you have to get acquainted with 17th century Italian baroque operas. It is highest level, musically, the composition as well as the performance. Thank Andrea de Carlo and the research  team of the Stradella festival and the works edition for their ongoing efforts.

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1 hour ago, mikeweil said:

First class, as all issues in this series. Do you know Srradella's music? If you like his style, this is a must. But rather different from either Monteverdi's operas or those from later baroque - composed very close to the speech rhythm of the libretto, still highly melodic but no repetitions of aria verses or ritornellos. I like this better than later operas, but maybe you have to get acquainted with 17th century Italian baroque operas. It is highest level, musically, the composition as well as the performance. Thank Andrea de Carlo and the research  team of the Stradella festival and the works edition for their ongoing efforts.

That`s helpful, thnx ....

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