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  1. #4031
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    Been working my way through a recent boot sale haul:

    Mozart Divertimenti – in B flat, K.186; in F, K.253; in E flat, K.289, and Adagio in F, K.411



    The Netherlands Wind Ensemble, cond. Edo de Wart. Philips 6500 003 (1969).


    Mozart – Horn Concertos: No.1 in D Major, K.412; No.2 in E flat Major, K.417; No.3 in E flat Major, K.447, and No.4 in E flat Major, K.495



    Soloist: Dennis Brain, Philharmonia Orchestra, cond. Herbert von Karajan

    EMI ASD 1140 (1954)


    Mozart – Piano Concerto No.22 in E flat, K.482, and Concerto Rondo in D Major, K.382



    The English Chamber Orchestra, soloist and conductor Daniel Barenboim

    EMI ASD 2838 (1972)


    Brahms – The Four Symphonies; Tragic Overture and Academic Festival Overture



    The Philharmonia Orchestra, cond. Otto Klemperer

    4-record set HMV SLS 804 (1972)


    Franz Schubert – Octet in F Major, D. 803



    Vienna Chamber Ensemble

    DG 2531 278 (1981)


    Chopin – 12 Etudes, Op.10, and 12 Etudes, Op.25



    Tamás Vásáry, piano

    2-record set, DG 2721 208 (1965)


    Vivaldi – Four Concertos for a Solo Woodwind Instrument

    Concerto in A major, RV 461; Concerto in E minor, RV 484; Concerto in C minor, RV 441 and Concerto in D, RV 427



    Leo Driehuys: oboe, Marco Costantini: bassoon and Severino Gazzelloni: flute.
    I Musici

    Philips 6580 152 (1960)
    Barry

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    Felt like some good dramatic piano music, mmmm!

    Tschaikowsky* • Liszt* - Martha Argerich, Charles Dutoit, Claudio Abbado ‎– Klavierkonzert • Piano Concerto No.1
    Label: Deutsche Grammophon ‎– 2543 503
    Series: Deutsche Grammophon Signature –
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Stereo
    Country: Germany
    Released: 1983
    Genre: Classical
    Style: Romantic

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    An awesome performance of Bach's Goldberg Variations on a harpsichord.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandl100 View Post
    An awesome performance of Bach's Goldberg Variations on a harpsichord.

    Gosh who knew that Jesus could play the harpsichord?
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    Quote Originally Posted by montesquieu View Post
    Gosh who knew that Jesus could play the harpsichord?
    He was the son of a carpenter, so probably made one and learnt to play it.
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    It's certainly a miraculous performance.
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    Jerry

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    superb

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    Right now, I'm rather enjoying this, as it's quite 'out there':



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    A stunning Sibelius violin concerto from a very young (1980) Viktoria Mullova

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