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Schubert - Piano Sonata D.784     and       Beethoven - Symphony No.4, Op.60

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Mozart - Piano Concerto No.11, K.413      &      Dvorak - Piano Quintet Op.81

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Symphonies No. 63,  No.64,  No.65

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Piano Concerto No.5, Op.73 "Emperor"

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Disc 1

 

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Elly Ameling - Soirée Française (Philips, 1986)
with Rudolf Jansen

 

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Elly Ameling - Vol. 3: The Early Recordings (DHM)
Lieder by Brahms (tracks: 1-18) and Schumann (tracks: 19-27)
with accompanists Norman Shetler (Brahms) & Jörg Demus (Schumann)

Incredible singing.

 

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9 hours ago, HutchFan said:

More by The Dutch Nightingale:

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Elly Ameling - Vol. 3: The Early Recordings (DHM)
Lieder by Brahms (tracks: 1-18) and Schumann (tracks: 19-27)
with accompanists Norman Shetler (Brahms) & Jörg Demus (Schumann)

Incredible singing.

Agreed ....

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A decade past their superb recording for Melodiya .... as good as it gets (again) .....

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Haydn - Cello Concerto No.1  &  No.2

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Vaughan Williams: A London Symphony (No. 2, revised ed.) -- performed by Sir John Barbirolli & the Hallé Orchestra
This is Dutton Laboratories' "Barbirolli Society" reissue of the 1957 mono recording originally issue on Pye (in UK) and Vanguard (in the US).

One some days, this is my favorite recording of RVW's London Symphony.  On other days, it's Boult's second recording for HMV/EMI. 

They're very different, but I think both are tremendous.

 

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Prokofiev: Four Portraits from "The Gambler"; Suite from "Love for Three Oranges"; "They Are Seven" / Rozhdestvensky, Moscow RSO, et al (Melodiya/Angel) 
Terrific Soviet-era Prokofiev recordings from Gennady Rozhdestvensky

 

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