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What Classical Music Are You Listening To?

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second disc

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20 minutes ago, Peter Friedman said:

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:tupBeautiful:tup ....

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Rodrigo & Villa-Lobos *

Concierto de Aranjuez / Preludes Nos. 1 t/m 4 * & Suite populaire brésilienne Mazurka - Chôro *

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Spohr -Double Quartet No.3, Op.87 - ASMF chamber ensemble

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Starting the day with .... :

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Also .... :

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Thereof Mendelssohn ....

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One of the cheesiest pieces of orchestal music i have heard.

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Domenico Scarlatti

13 Sonatas ( 1949 - 1960 Moscow )

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Disc 2: Works by Ravel, Falla and Rodrigo

 

 

9 hours ago, soulpope said:

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A desert-island disc.  :tup:tup:tup

 

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Haydn - Cello Concerto No.2

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Loved this in the past and tried it today but it didn't set well with the mood I am in.

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1 hour ago, Chuck Nessa said:

Loved this in the past and tried it today but it didn't set well with the mood I am in.

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Interesting. More than a whole lot of music, Roussel's symphonies hit me the same way. If I'm in the right mood, I find them fascinating. If I'm not, I have to stop right there. So what's the mood factor? Perhaps it's that there's something oblique and fundamentally unsettled built into Roussel's language, and if you yourself are feeling the least bit unsettled/uneasy -- and who isn't these days? -- Roussel can tip over the hay wagon.

  BTW, have you heard his ballet "Aeneas"? There a terrific Erato recording by Martinon, maybe only on LP.

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2 minutes ago, Larry Kart said:

 

  BTW, have you heard his ballet "Aeneas"? There a terrific Erato recording by Martinon, maybe only on LP.

I have "Aeneas" in a big Erato box but haven't played that disc.

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The definitive performance of the ouvre ....

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