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Now playing, CD 15:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
– Divertimento for String Quartet in D major K136 (125a)
– Divertimento for String Quartet in B flat major K137 (125b)
– Divertimento for String Quartet in F major K138 (125c)
– Adagio and Fugue for Strings in C minor K546
Paolo Borciani (violin), Elisa Pegreffi (violin), Piero Farulli (viola), Franco Rossi (cello) – Quartetto Italiano (Philips / Decca Music)

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First international CD release.
 

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3 hours ago, alankin said:

Now playing, CD 15:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
– Divertimento for String Quartet in D major K136 (125a)
– Divertimento for String Quartet in B flat major K137 (125b)
– Divertimento for String Quartet in F major K138 (125c)
– Adagio and Fugue for Strings in C minor K546
Paolo Borciani (violin), Elisa Pegreffi (violin), Piero Farulli (viola), Franco Rossi (cello) – Quartetto Italiano (Philips / Decca Music)

81buu0sdhvL._SX425_.jpg  R-3026575-1312315516.jpeg.jpg

First international CD release.
 

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Disc 2: Pleiades, Komboi. Especially enjoyed the first - I don't have any notes to go on but I assume this was heavily influenced by gamelan. 

Stockhausen: Gesang der Jünglinge & Kontakte - from Spotify. I think it's the original from the 1950s but is on one of those dubious labels that put out things like 'Xmas with Stockhausen' from older recordings. Clearly sounded mind-boggling at the time but I can't say either of the pieces really grabbed me. 'Electronic' music has come a long way since.   

In a similar vein:

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No 1...and the 2. I've never been a huge fan of the Bax symphonies but really enjoying these this morning. 

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The first music I am able to listen to with my flu-type head ... This is scheduled for release in February - as I took part in the crowdfunding I already got my copy. Lovely music, excellently played, Kirkman (1746-1812) was the nephew of the well-known British builder of harpsichords with the same name. More under http://www.medeabindewald.com

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2 hours ago, mikeweil said:

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The first music I am able to listen to with my flu-type head ... This is scheduled for release in February - as I took part in the crowdfunding I already got my copy. Lovely music, excellently played, Kirkman (1746-1812) was the nephew of the well-known British builder of harpsichords with the same name. More under http://www.medeabindewald.com

Interesting - thnx for the hint .... und gute Besserung !!

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Now playing, CD 6:
Ludwig van Beethoven – Symphony No.1 in C major Op.21
Franz Joseph Haydn – Symphony No.103 in E flat major H 1 No.103 "Drum Roll"
— Boston Symphony Orchestra – Charles Munch (RCA Victor Red Seal Records / Sony Classics)

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