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Old 08-27-2020, 03:55 PM   #61 (permalink)
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There's already a thread with the same name so I'll merge them. A pity that classicavaganza doesn't sound nice
Weird that I’ve posted in it a lot but couldn’t find it. #senility

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Mozart - Claudio Arrau ‎– Piano Sonatas Klaviersonaten KV 332 & 333
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Felix Mendelssohn, 5 Symphonies - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan

It's been released in different formats several times through the years. I'm fairly certain the original release was in '73. But if you own no other Mendelssohn Symphonies this set (in nearly any version) is the one to get. I was wonderfully surprised.
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Alfred Schnittke/Lev Markiz & New Stockholm Chamber Orchestra - Concerto grosso I; Concerto for Oboe and Harp; Concerto for Piano and Strings

I'm ashamed to say that I somehow have never consciously listened to Schnittke.
This is absoluely amazing music. Powerful, beautiful and often damn scary.

https://open.spotify.com/album/10ZRkRsSvpExhbKXu9csnC

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Roger Sessions Symphonies 4 & 5, Rhapsody Columbus Symphony Orchestra
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Michael Harrison - Revelation

Beautiful, somewhat minimalistic microtonal piano music.
Not sure any more but I think I found this through Hawk's rec several months back.
If so, thanks a lot for that.

https://open.spotify.com/artist/09b9...?autoplay=true
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In the same vein...


Three Pieces for Two Pianos Larry Polansky (2016, New World Records)

Descriptive phrases I've encountered about this disc like Polansky's algorithmic approach set against earnest expression with a dallop of humor to stave off pretension (love that one) give you an idea. For me it's a pensive Monday and this is wonderful accompaniment. Nice jumping-in point for those unfamiliar with Polansky. Streaming on most platforms.

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Old 09-16-2020, 12:26 AM   #68 (permalink)
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LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Symphonien No. 5 · No. 7
Wiener Philharmoniker
Carlos Kleiber


I’ve listened to 5 and 7 together so many times that the distinction between the two has become blurred.

That’s actually not good.
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Mozart For Wind Octet Oslo Kammerakademi (2017, Lawo Classics) Spotify edition

Very skillfully played. Recommended.
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