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    a very good 6, love the unrushed but not dragging pacing, suits my mood atm, good sq

    https://tidal.com/browse/album/45997059

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    This is all excellent music.

    The three Guernsey Postcards are a delightfully lighthearted and tuneful introduction.
    The piano conccerto is a rather more serious and dramatic affair. The symphony starts the same way for its 1st and 2nd mvts, but then starts to lighten up ending in a glorious 4th mvt peroration full of orchestral splendour.
    The slow movements throughout are beautiful and heartfelt.

    This is one of my favourite albums.

    I wish Ronald Corp would write a violin concerto, I'd imagine that would be quite something.

    https://tidal.com/browse/album/37723556

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence001 View Post
    Some of those Brilliant classics are high quality reissues while others are more variable. This one looks like a potential gem.
    It was. Great music (true classics) Brilliantly recorded [no pun intended]. ADD on the disc, so shows an analogue source

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    Mahler: Symphony No. 7 - Radio Philharmonic Orchestra led by Edo de Waart - Live Concert HD

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    Coo, this is interesting, violinist David Oistrakh conducts Shosty 10

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    Right now (before bed):



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    Spinning, a lovely recording and beautiful rendition IMO, sounds stunning on the Tannoys.

    W.A. Mozart*, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Theodor Guschlbauer ‎– Deux Concertos Pour Violon
    Label: Erato ‎– STU 70709
    Format: Vinyl, LP
    Country: France

    Concerto Pour Violon Et Orchestre N°4 En Ré Majeur KV 218
    A1 Allegro
    A2 Andante Cantabile
    A3 Rondeau Grazioso
    Concerto Pour Violon Et Orchestre N°3 En Sol Majeur KV 216
    B1 Allegro
    B2 Adagio
    B3 Rondeau (Allegro)

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    A great version go the Planets

    Gustav Holst, György Ligeti - Boston Symphony Orchestra, William Steinberg ‎– The Planets / Lux Aeterna
    Label: Deutsche Grammophon ‎– 419 475-1
    Series: Galleria – 419 475-1
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Remastered
    Country: Europe

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