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1  Assorted items / Books about composers and music / Re: Six of the best pieces of Soviet chamber music on: May 25, 2021, 08:31:49 pm
those are okay, but there are better, in my opinion.

including one of my favorite trios by Alexander Goldenweiser

Piano Trio in e minor, Op. 31 (1953)

2  Introduction / Greetings / Re: Hello Again! on: March 21, 2021, 09:53:20 am
Welcome back!
3  Assorted items / General musical discussion / Re: Many 'obscure' works uploaded onto on: August 10, 2020, 06:46:12 pm
some gems:
Gedalge - violin sonata no. 1
Arthur Shepherd - string quartet no. 1
Pizzetti - La Nave
Kempff - String quartet in d minor
Kuula - Scherzo for piano quintet
Madetoja - piano trio in e minor
Ernst Linko - Piano trio in f minor
Braunfels - string quartet no. 3 in e minor
Melchers - Violin concerto in d minor, String Quartet in G, La Kermesse symphonic poem
Larsson - 3 Nocturnes for cello and harp, Aubade for quartet, Det Svenska Landet, symphonic poem
Melartin - Siikajoki, symphonic poem
Juon - Piano Quintet No. 1 in d minor
Ippolitov - string quartet in a minor

and some new composers (to me)
Knight Morris - Violin Concerto, Violin Sonata, Piano Trio (great stuff)
Leguerney - string quartet no. 2
Abendroth - Symphonies Nos. 4-5, Piano Concerto, Violin Concerto, Cello Concerto
4  Assorted items / General musical discussion / Re: Many 'obscure' works uploaded onto on: August 09, 2020, 03:46:45 am
I've been looking for the Napravnik quartets recorded on Czech radio for years now. Glad to see one of them. Any luck with the other two (1, 2)?

Also, do you have a direct link for Miklos Pogony's collection? I can't find any direct link.
5  Assorted items / Coming broadcasts and listen-later links / world premieres of Emilie Mayer's symphonies 1 and 2 on: July 08, 2019, 08:46:46 pm
World premieres of Emilie Mayer's first two symphonies (c minor, e minor) (1847).
NDR Radiophilharmonie
Leo McFall, conductor,
likely released by CPO.
Stream here,sendung927880.html
6  ARCHIVED TOPICS / The listener / Re: Cd Collections: "Collecting Mania" ? on: March 23, 2019, 06:20:39 am
I suspect I am like you in my collecting. I am more interested in hearing new pieces (new to me, not necessarily recent) rather than many versions of the same piece. That being said, there are those few that are "must haves" because they reveal new insights into the piece. One that comes to mind is the very non-standard approach to Bach's well-tempered klavier (and also Beethoven's Op. 126 bagatelles), both by Glenn Gould. Idiosyncratic, but revealing new depths of the pieces. I've tried to research the pieces and get the best - I am definitely not interested in hearing sub-standard (particularly poor-sound, mono, etc.) versions when I have higher quality ones...
7  Assorted items / Individual composers / Re: Susan Spain-Dunk on: January 22, 2019, 01:16:34 am
There aren't lots of detail on her works:

Winter Song for cello and piano
Petite Serenade for flute and piano  1907
Phantasy Piano trio in A minor 1907 ( Cobbet prize)
Trio for two violins and piano
Sextet in F major 1941
Two pieces for violin and viola (In the Lonely Moor, Jig)
String Quartet No. 1 in bb minor 1914
String Quartet No. 2 in d minor Phantasy 1915
Halligen, Scandinavian dance for violin and piano  1908
Springdas, Scandinavian dance for violin and piano  1908
Violin Sonata No. 1 in b minor 1908
Lorelei, Legend for violin and piano  1933
Dead Roses for violin and piano
Jaraba, Spanish dance for violin and piano  Op.57
Violin Sonata No. 2 in c minor
Violin Sonata No. 3 in d minor
Wind Quintet

Cantilena for clarinet and orchestra 1930
Romantic piece for flute and strings  1925
Four Spanish Dances, for piano and orchestra
Legend for oboe and strings 1955
Idyll for strings  1925
Andreds Weald (military orchestra)  1927
Serenade de Capri, orchestra 1928
Karisima, orchestra 1928
The Flute Player of Brindhaven 1939
Kentonia, Concert march
2 Scottish pieces for orchestra  (By St.Marys Loch, Kerrera), Op. 54
Kentish Downs, Overture  1926
Farmers Boy, for flute and strings  1929
Highland Overture 1935
Waterlily Pool, Overture for flute, harp and strings
Blessed Sonya, prelude
Suite in b minor for string orchestra, 1920
Cinque Ports, suite (Dover Castle, Rye Harbour, Winchelsea Gate) 1958
Elaine, Symphonic poem  1927
Weald of Kent, Fantasia for orchestra 1927
Notre Dame dAlbert, tone poem 1939
Malaya, tone poem 1958
Stone Henge, Symphonic poem

6 Spanish Dances - La Madrilena, El jaleo, Aragonaise, Pepita, Cachucha, El ole. 1936 ( four were subsequently orchestrated)
Prelude in d minor

The Baptism of Jesus, cantata

8  Assorted items / Commercial recordings (vintage, new and forthcoming) / Re: Kos-Anatolsky Piano concerto n2 on: November 23, 2018, 02:26:08 am
I don't know - I'm appreciative, but I don't plan on a required registration for a Russian website. Is it possible to upload it to a normal download site like mediafire?
9  Assorted items / General musical discussion / Re: Unfinished 6th symphony by Felix Mendelssohn (1845) on: November 04, 2018, 09:25:37 pm
Great job, Gerd! This is a wonderful realisation of this Mendelssohn sketch. Also, the Garritan orchestra (that's what you're doing, right) seems more realistic than earlier midi sounds. And interesting choices for the continuation (original part).
10  Assorted items / Concerts / Re: Svetlanov Festival on: August 30, 2018, 03:41:13 am
I greatly enjoy Svetlanov's own compositions. A lot has been released before, but hopefully we could hear the unrecorded pieces:

String Quintet
Cello Sonata (1946)
Violin Sonata (dedicated to Miaskovsky)

Piano Concerto No. 1 (1951)
Scherzo for pf, orch
Lyric Waltz for strings (1950)
Rhapsody No. 1
11  Downloads by surname / Downloads: discussion without links / Re: Belgian music on: August 17, 2018, 03:06:36 am
Thank you for the Belgian music. Excellent. I might be the only one, but the van Hoof Symphony No. 3, first movement (moderato) has content but no sound. The other three movements are fine.
12  Assorted items / Commercial recordings (vintage, new and forthcoming) / Re: Ruth Gipps symphonies on: July 24, 2018, 03:31:22 am
I, for one, would like to hear her Symphony in f minor, Op. 22.
13  Assorted items / General musical discussion / Re: Reactionaries Austrians composers in the second half of XX Century on: March 01, 2018, 02:56:05 am
hmm. I'll consider composers reacting against serialism, atonality, etc.

Joseph Marx (1882-1964)
Ernst Toch (1887-1964) (earlier music was tonal, though he shifted later)
Egon Wellesz (1885-1974)
Ferdinand Andergassen (1892-1964) - I only have his romantic works published before 1950.
Franz Mittler (1893-1970)
Walter Bricht (1904-1970)
Hans Gal (1890-1987)
Theodor Berger (1905-1992)
Albin Fries (b 1955)
14  ARCHIVED TOPICS / Members' own performances and productions / Re: To say hello I would like to introduce me and my project on: January 23, 2018, 11:25:26 pm
Excellent works - and excellent work! Thank you!
15  Assorted items / General musical discussion / Re: Anyone familiar with Czech chamber music (early 20th century)? on: November 07, 2017, 10:57:55 pm
It looks to me like a single piano score. All of these notes can be played by two hands - he adds the third staff (g-clef one octave up) for clarity. Right hand = upper staff, left hand = bottom two staves.
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