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Old 11-07-2020, 09:31 AM   #91 (permalink)
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Bösendorfer Klavier performing Haydn, Beethoven and Smetena live.
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The discography featuring The Orchestra of St. Luke's isn't extensive but this J.S. Bach lp, featuring soprano, Battle, and violinist, Perlman, is excellent. I'm about to watch their live virtual program titled, Musical Revolutionaries, in five mins.
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Piston: Chamber Music: Quintet for flute & strings / String Sextet / Piano Quartet / Piano Quintet by Naxos American Classics (2006-08-01)

This Walter Piston record deserves to be listened to and anyone who likes the classic American sound associated with Aaron Copland, and frankly you should, owes it to themselves to check this great recording out.
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Piston: Chamber Music: Quintet for flute & strings / String Sextet / Piano Quartet / Piano Quintet by Naxos American Classics (2006-08-01)

This Walter Piston record deserves to be listened to and anyone who likes the classic American sound associated with Aaron Copland, and frankly you should, owes it to themselves to check this great recording out.
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Interesting French composer.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzCL9uLkQSI

I just watched Chefs Table BBQ this morning and was reminded of this gem. I broke out the guitar and tried playing along a bit. lol Nope. Put the guitar down, dude.
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Beethoven: The Piano Concertos (1997, Philips)

Pianist, Alfred Brendel, had recorded the cycle before but (from what I hear) James Levine and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra were a better fit, though many claim they did not come up to Brendel's level of passion or artistry in these live recordings of all five piano concertos from June, 1983. Critics also balk at the less-than-optimal sound quality in the Chicago music hall. The 2000 remastered edition is the one to go for though the '97 release is fine. It's the one I own and yes, there's a just a slight touch of distortion at the upper registers but almost negligible considering the talent on display. Highly recommended. Here's the first movement from Concerto No. 1 in C Major:

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Brendel again. This time live at Avery Fischer Hall circa, '96 with Kurt Mazur and the New York Philharmonic performing Piano Concerto No. 5 in E♭ Major. Video & sound are less than stellar but at least we have a record. Bravo to the poster.

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Wilhelm Kempff Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 8 in D Minor (Pathétique) (1996, DG)
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American Classics - Roger Sessions
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