Today's Classical Music Playlist

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  1. David

    David Moderator

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  3. guiller

    guiller Active Member

    Britten: Phantasy Quartet
    Bax: Oboe Quintet
    Bliss: Oboe Quintet

    Gordon Hunt (Oboe)
    The Tale Quartet

    BIS CD

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  4. Juncers

    Juncers Senior Member

    Beethoven - Piano Sonatas Nos 3 & 29/Bagatelles, Op.126
    S Richter


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  5. Juncers

    Juncers Senior Member

    Ministriles Reales
    Hesperion XX & XXI
    Jordi Savall


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  6. guiller

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    Schoenberg: Gurre-Lieder, for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra

    Waldemar: Herbert Schachtschneider (tenor)
    Tobe: Inge Borkh (soprano)
    Waldtaube: Hertha Töpper (mezzosoprano)
    Bauer: Kieth Engen (baritone)
    Klaus-Narr: Lorenz Fehenberger (tenor)

    Sprecher: Hans Herbert Fiedler

    Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
    Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
    Rafael Kubelik

    Live recording (1965)

    Schoenberg: 8 Lieder
    Webern: 9 Lieder
    Berg: 4 Lieder

    Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone)
    Aribert Reimann (piano)

    DG CDs

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  7. David

    David Moderator

    @guiller im also listening to Boulez Conducting Schoenberg now!
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    Beer and Lenny in the morning

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  9. guiller

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    Romanzen Aus Magelone, Op. 33
    Ralf Gothoni, Walton Gronroos, Hans Pålsson, Erik Saeden, Edith Thallaug, Lucia Negro & Erland Hagegård

    4 Ernste Gesange (4 Serious Songs), Op. 121
    Hans Pålsson & Erik Saeden

    4 Duets, Op. 28
    Edith Thallaug, Lucia Negro & Erland Hagegård

    25 Variations On an Original Theme In D Major, Op. 21
    Lucia Negro

    BIS CD

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  10. guiller

    guiller Active Member


    Symphony No. 1 in C minor WAB 101 "Linz" (1st version, 1866)

    Bruckner Orchester Linz
    Dennis Russell Davies

    Arte Nova Classics CD

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  11. guiller

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    The Planets, Op. 32 (*)


    Peter Grimes: Four Sea Interludes, Op. 33a
    Peter Grimes: Passacaglia, Op. 33b

    Ambrosian Singers (*)
    London Symphony Orchestra
    André Previn

    Warner Classics CD (original EMI recording)

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  12. guiller

    guiller Active Member

    Vaughan Williams:

    Symphony No.6 in E minor
    Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
    The Lark Ascending (*)

    Tasmin Little (violin) (*)
    BBC Symphony Orchestra
    Sir Andrew Davis

    Apex CD

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  13. guiller

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    Im Sommerwind, idyll for orchestra
    Passacaglia for orchestra, Op. 1
    Pieces (6) for orchestra, Op. 6
    Pieces (5) for orchestra, Op. 10
    Symphony, Op. 21
    Concerto for 9 instruments, Op. 24
    Variations for orchestra, Op. 30

    Staatskapelle Dresden
    Giuseppe Sinopoli

    Apex CD

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    David Bowie ~ Bertolt Brecht's BAAL (1980, RCA Victor)


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    Happy birthday, dear Ernest! Ernest Ansermet Alexandre (Vevey, November 11, 1883 - Gèneve, February 20, 1969)


    Valses nobles et sentimentales
    Le tombeau de Couperin

    L´Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
    Ernest Ansermet

    London LP


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  16. fiddlefye

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    Wonderful album, that one.
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  17. fiddlefye

    fiddlefye Senior Member

    I've been on a Vaughn Williams tear the past couple of days as time permitted. It started out with CBC Radio no long playing any of the usual Remembrance Day music they did over the years that I found moving and contemplative of the day - Britten's War Requiem, Vaughn Williams Dona Nobis Pacem and more recently Jenkins Missa L'homme Armé. So, I dug out the Vaughn Williams and that lead to more by the same composer - Sixth, Ninth, Eighth and Fourth symphonies (none of the more cheerful ones and the Second string quartet. That last is one of the greatest nearly-unknown pieces in the quartet repertoire - potent, moving and completely original. Over the years I've fought tooth and nail to get various quartets I've been in to perform it, but without success so far. As Tevye says in Fiddler "next year Jerusalem, next year the Holy Land".... one lives in hope. As to Fiddle on the Roof..... I've so far played in exactly twenty different productions of it spanning almost fifty years.

    Listening to Neil Young's Harvest as the antidote, maybe Live at Massey hall after the dog walk...
    A minor quartet:

    Working up this one for a recital sometime - wicked:
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  18. guiller

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    R. Strauss:

    Don Quixote, Phantastische Variationen über ein Thema ritterlichen Charakters (Fantastic Variations on a Theme of Knightly Character),Op. 35

    Paul Tortelier (cello)
    Staatskapelle Dresden
    Rudolf Kempe

    EMI CD (in "R. Strauss: Complete Orchestral Works, Vol 3" )

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  19. guiller

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    Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35


    Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64

    Nathan Milstein (violin)
    Wiener Philarmoniker
    Claudio Abbado

    DG LP

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  20. Don C

    Don C Active Member

    Schubert - "The Great" C Major Symphony #9 (or #7 or #10, depending on how you count)
    RCA (of course)
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