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    Just ordered from Amazon:

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart--Symphonies Nos. 35, 36, 38, 39, 40 and 41, all featuring the Berliner Philharmoniker and Herbert von Karajan.
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    I’ve bought this disk about a month ago and it’s really amazing! And my last purchase was the CD of the same performer, Maxim Rysanov, but with Ashley Wass, this time they recordered the compositions of Claude Debussy, Richard Dubugnon, Gabriel Faure and Maurice Ravel. The music is wonderful! I found it at eclassical.com site, the disk calls “Pavane”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryBlack View Post
    I’ve recently bought the disk of Beethoven’s works performed by Maxim Rysanov, Kristina Blaumane and Jacob Katsnelson. And can say that it totally worth buying it! I’ve found it at onyxclassics site and can recommend it to anyone who likes good music! I’m sure you’ll enjoy it!
    Something didn't work out... The previous was a reply to this. Sorry... I'm new here...

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    Don't worry about it. Practice makes perfect!
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    On order from Amazon:

    James Levine conducts Mahler--Symphonies Nos.1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10, featuring the Philadelphia Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
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    I seem to be obsessed with the Bach Passions, having far more recordings of both (all HIP) than I probably could justify. Recently, though I purchased a brilliant dvd of Simon Rattle and the Berliners performing the SMP (in a 'ritualization' conceived by Peter Sellars)....and, really, I can't stop watching this. Sellars' vision is absolute genius, making the emotional impact of both words and music all the greater.

    I can't recommend this too much for those who love the Bach passions.

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    On order from Amazon this evening:

    Felix Mendelssohn--The Complete Symphonies {3 cd box set, import}, featuring the Berliner Philharmoniker led by Herbert von Karajan.
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    Sorry about the quadruple post; I tried to cancel 3 of them but they just refuse to die!
    If anybody--moderator or otherwise--knows how I can cancel them, please let me know, or feel free to do so on your own {I figure a moderator would have that power}. Again, I'm sorry for the duplication--oops, I mean--quadriplication.
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    No problem, Steve. I deleted the extra posts for you.
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    @ Mat, Thanks so much! Sometimes I amaze even myself about how klutzy I still am with computers. It's absolutely embarrassing!
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    You can say that again Steve (ops, you did, three times)

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    On order from Amazon:

    Ludwig Van Beethoven--Symphonies Nos.1 and 6 {"Pastoral"}, performed by the Cleveland Orchestra under George Szell's baton.
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    On order

    My Christmas present

    Bach's harpsichord music
    Bach's Brandenburg Concertos
    Some Mario Lanza

    My husband's Christmas present

    Mulligan meets Hodges
    Some Django
    Shelly Manne
    Nancy Wilson
    Last edited by marval; Dec-29-2012 at 21:04.

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    Just ordered the following from Amazon:

    Franz Schubert--The Symphonies {box set, import}, performed by the Nikolaus Harnoncourt led Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
    Ludwig Van Beethoven--Symphonies Nos.2 and 5, featuring George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestra.
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    A must see.

    Just ordered this from Amazon Marketplace:

    Mendelssohn In Verbier (Sextet Op. 110; Piano Concerto No.1; Symphony No.3) Solo Piano: Yuja Wang

    On DVD; you just HAVE to see this girl play!!!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQKWH...ture=endscreen

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