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Best Mozart Jupiter Symphony
What great recordings are there of Mozart Symphony No. 40 & 41 ? Has anyone got any particular recording to recommend? / Daniel
by dongisselbeck
Paul Hindemith: Pittsburgh Symphony
In the 2nd movement of his _Pittsburgh Symphony_ of 1958, Paul Hindemith quotes the Pennsylvania Dutch song 'Hab lumbedruwwel mit me lumbeschatz'. Does anyone know what this song title means? This is ...
by ugordan
Brucnker Symphony Versions Discography V6
I want to let everyone know that a new updated version of my Bruckner Symphony Versions Discography, with improved navigation, has been posted at my website - follow the link in my signature below. ...
by Heath Patrie
Dvorak: Symphony No. 9
Any Dvorak enthusiasts out there? If you are one, I need some advice please on choosing a CD recording of his Symphony No. 9. I took a chance and bought one conducted by Solti (VSO? not sure) on a ...
by heavyhauler
Elgar 1st symphony
Why did Elgar write slashes across his big tune in the closing bars of the 1st symphony?
by AlexMoose
National Symphony Orchestra
Now THIS outfit has has progressed considerably over the years. Did anyone else hear them regularly back in the Fifties and Sixties, when Howard Mitchell would do things like have the words to the ...
by waylaid
Which Turangalila Symphony?
Great. I wasn’t aware of the Rosbaud recording. Thanks for your suggestion. I think he is a great and very underestimated conductor (remember e.g. Mahler 7., Lied von der Erde, Orphée e Euridice, ...
by dongisselbeck
The Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A
I have some of The Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A on 35 mm magnetic film
by cparrish
Re: Looking for: Guiness advert music
For any self-respecting choral ensemble, that would be the *minimal* requirement. Listen, for instance, to any recording of the Chicago Symphony Chorus, from Reiner through Solti, when it was ...
by Angelus897
Re: Angry music
Corigliano Symphony 1 the so-called AIDS symphony, among others...
by Tijbuktur
Re: Mahler 9th discussion questions
You point out a few things that am quite sure Mahler conciously included in his symphonies. These are so close in intervals and rhythm that it can not really be put down to just accidental useage. ...
by bluelou
WOV program #60 - 8 April 2001
Four hours of classical music every Sunday morning, from 8 to 12 US Eastern Daylight Time , only on the internet, in streaming audio. Host and programmer: John Wiser Each program is rebroadcast on ...
by dongisselbeck
Re: WW2 music?
Harald Sæverud: Kjempeviseslåtten Paul Creston: Chant of 1942 George Antheil: Symphony No. 4 and Symphony No. 6 Samuel Barber: Symphony No. 2 Yours, Kåre A. Lie
by Bhaumik Shukla
RODZINSKI TCHAIKOVSKY PATHETIQUE on cd
Two mid 1940 Columbia 'gems' carefully transferred to CD R and avialable on a private issue basis. Tchaikovsky Symphony NO. 6 'Pathétique' coupled with: Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2, Gyorgy ...
by Luis A. Manzano
Re: What Music Would De Sade Have Listened To?
How about Mozart's 'Paris' symphony (no. 31), which was written specifically to the tastes of Paris audiences (and therefore(?) de Sade's?)... With a little research, though, it would probably be ...
by Tijbuktur
Re: What IS That Piece
Once I reach a certain degree of familiarity with a piece this isn't a problem. On the other hand, it happens to me quite a bit to pieces I only hear once in a while (not being able to identify ...
by switchtech
Re: Lost work by Handel could rival Messiah
I wonder...Messiah is a pinnacle of Western civilization, certainly. But, it has its own merits plus nearly three centuries of acclaim behind it to impress itself upon us. How will this work fare, ...
by WayneM
Re: BBC Music Magazine
even if you don't like the performances the mag is still a way of becoming aware of new music and performances. I've only got a couple of their CDs. I have the Mahler 10 and the recent issue with ...
by Tijbuktur
Re: Sir Granville Bantock?
Yes I like the Pagan Symphony. Incidentally Bantock was a friend of Jean Sibelius and Havergal Brian. Sibelius's 3rd symphony is dedicated to Bantock.
by grumpy
Re: Old Norse Poetic Edda Set to Music?
You might also check with the Icelandic Music Information Center. There is a 'Saga Symphony' by Jon Leifs recorded on the Swedish label Bis.
by bglose
Re: Used to be: Mozart was not a great innovator!
Harold C. Schonberg, the NY Times head critic for decades. He came to the Jupiter Symphony's performance of I think it was the Tovey Cello Concerto a few weeks ago; he looks about 100 years old but ...
by Mespaloxxxx
News from the Jupiter Symphonys season finale
Before the concert, Jens Nygaard listed (for half an hour!!) some of next season's programs (not everything is finalized; I suppose it'll be a few weeks before it's at the website). Highlights ...
by cihotfxox
Re: Rachmaninov PC No.2, Survey
... n Monday. As I drove to work I changed radio stations to hear the last 3 minutes or so of someone's symphony. I remember thinking, 'this is pretty well written, but, it sounds like they're ...
by paulstar
Re: Prefered Mahler scores.
The 5th has significant alterations. Having corrected our set of Kalmus parts (same edition as Dover) to match the CE, I can tell you that the discrepancies are not trivial. However, the CE is laden ...
by pranab
Re: Prelude and Fugue in B flat major
... notes accompanying BWV 545 make a passing reference. Reminds me of my days playing in my university ...
by Vgtrzubx
The Tsar Celebrates the 4th
Out of curiosity add to this thread the Event & Site & Orchestra celebrating the 4th of July by playing the 1812 Overture, starting with: 'A Capitol Fourth 2001 features the National Symphony ...
by SWilhelm
REPOST: WOV netcast #43, 10 December 2000
Playlists for Program #43 and rebroadcast of Program #41 Four hours of classical music every Sunday morning, from 8 to 12 US Eastern Standard Time , only on the internet. Host and programmer: John ...
by paulsonjack
Tan tan te neen, tan tan tee neen
sorry for this strange title.. I am dying for 2 months now.. I have heard in the TV about a classic CD which contains music from Beethoven, Bach etc.. and one classic music (song) was from composer ...
by AlexMoose
Taruskin: Orffs Musical and Moral Failings
NYT May 6, 2001 Orff's Musical and Moral Failings By RICHARD TARUSKIN DON'T look now, but Leon Botstein and the American Symphony Orchestra are teasing us again about music and politics. In recent ...
by Via Caltha
Composers and Opium?
Were any of noteworthy composers of the 19th Century, reputed opium users? I vaguely recall something about Berlioz and opium. Jarl Sigurd to listen to a symphony composed without opium, visit:
by Citizen Meh
Re: Mozart and
No, you'll need to look for his variations on 'Ah, vous dirai-je maman.' Also check out Dohnanyi's Variations on a Nursery Tune and Haydn's Surprise Symphony.
by BarbiePussy
Re: Haydn Trumpet Concerto
This inescapable piece is best listened to as follows: (1) First movement, but of Beethoven's Fourth symphony. (2) Continue as before.
by dongisselbeck
Re: Absolute Music: What is it?
Absolute music is the opposite of program music. It is music from which all explicit context has been removed. It has nothing to do with the music itself but with the 'frame' in which the music is ...
by Bhaumik Shukla
Re: Letter V
I strongly suspect that South Africans would file him under W rather than V, so you might want to bump him ahead to your 'Letter W' posting. Unless, of course, you put 'de Falla' in 'Letter D'. :-) ...
by Elaine
Re: CD sheet-music - a question
Peter is quite correct here. In general if a piece of music is published then it remains in copyright until 70 years after the composers' death over here in Europe. American law is different and has ...
by globular
The Presidential Elections,NY Marathon,World Series,Olympics, Survivors
With all the exciting events recently we may actually believe that what really counts is how much fun we can have NOW, how much hedonistic activity keeps us busy with adventure rather than personal ...
by ipixer
Three Newby Questions
... music' is not mentioned. The publication does refer to 'popular music,' 'chamber music,' 'opera,' 'symphony' etc. but not 'classical music.' Similarly, 'Primer Of Facts About ...
by waylaid
Re: For sale on Ebay - great classical CDs!
Hello, I've got some great classical CDs from my personal collection on Ebay. They're going for a song (forgive the pun... I had to!). Many of my CDs have only been listened to once or twice and are ...
by Alfred
Re: Musical show based on Dvorak?
Herb, it was indeed called Summer Song, and in fact the tune they made into a song with the title 'Summer Song' was the well-known clarinet tune from the New World Symphony.
by Angelus897
A Review of Jarl Sigurds new Ampcast clips
My new symphony in G# minor drew the following rave review from a listener. Mike Sandler wrote But don't just take Mike Sandler's word for it. Check out my new symphony composed, performed and ...
by Luis A. Manzano

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