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Thread: What classical music did you listen to today?

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    The Goldbergs arranged for Viols performed by Fretwork

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    I've been exploring Bach's Cantata's lately. BWV 103, 62 and 60 are my current favourites.

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    Greatly enjoyed Michael Tilson Thomas's and BSO's reading of Debussy's Images from 1971 (already!).

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    Who's conducting? (the G minor is in my all-time, personal Top Ten works)

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    What have I done all my life without this recording? (bought today). Right up there with the very best of Brahms' VC performances : David Oistrach (sic) and the Orchestra RTSI in 1961, Otmar Nussio at the helm (remastered on Ermitage, 1995).

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    Listened to a work in my Top Ten - Tchaikovsky's "Serenade for Strings" courtesy Staatskapelle Dresden and Otmar Suitner (Berlin Classics). Astonishingy tortoise-like, it seems at times as if the whole machine will come to a complete stop. Still, I know of no other performance in which T's outstanding powers of orchestration are so on display. Sometimes in music, as in other things, good things derive from bad.

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    Live from Lincoln Center.. Tucker Awards Concert.
    ....To play only what is written is the domain of science. To realize what is not written is the domain of art."
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    Marcel Landowski's Symphonies 1 (Jean de la Peur), 3 (Des Espaces), and 4. Georges Pretre conducts the Orchestre National de France.

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    Outta my much-beloved Munch conducts Berlioz box : Roméo et Juliette (music which, btw, gets a nice cameo in the film Seven Psychopaths, a dark comedy to beat all dark comedies).

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    Just went through the Beethoven's greatest hits. Rage for the lost penny always have a special place in my heart.

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