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 on: April 20, 2019, 02:26:28 pm 
Started by Dundonnell - Last post by cilgwyn
Despite my reservations about some of the music I've heard about this composer,(although,I quite like his Piano Concerto. Particularly,the first movement!) I think I may be ,sorely,tempted by the Cpo release?!! It seems to be Marx's equivalent of Brian's Gothic,in some ways?!

 12 
 on: April 20, 2019, 02:20:54 pm 
Started by Neil McGowan - Last post by cilgwyn
I was starting to wonder whether I just,dreamt,this thread?! Roll Eyes Grin It is rather,close,here...........and I had a late,night!! Roll Eyes

 13 
 on: April 20, 2019, 12:59:39 pm 
Started by Elroel - Last post by Paulp
On a less facetious note, I see she's lined up Weinberg 3 for the Proms. Would be well worth cocking an ear for that, I'd say.

 14 
 on: April 19, 2019, 10:17:21 pm 
Started by Elroel - Last post by Neil McGowan
Note that the performers get higher billing than the composer. Roll Eyes

What else would you expect? 

Coming soon - Mirga conducts the Massed Military Bands of NATO Forcces  (repertoire - immaterial)

 15 
 on: April 19, 2019, 07:29:14 pm 
Started by Grandenorm - Last post by the Administration
Josef (Joseph) is is one of those "marmite" composers who you either want to to hear more of or simply can't be arsed. These three volumes from CPO have given us a showcase of his orchestral virtuosity; together with the two Dutton discs  (Symphony 4, Cello Concerto, Aucussin and Nicolette, Saxophone Concerto). If I could envisage further recordings of Queen Mab, The Bells and Apollo and the the Seaman this will have given us a comprehensive view of this composer's finest achievements...

 Smiley
Luckily,for me;I love Marmite!! Smiley
By the way! Remember the Marmite thread,here?!! (I seem to remember I was the fool who said he preferred,Vegemite?!! Shocked Grin)

 Huh Roll Eyes

It is the beginning of a holiday weekend so I shall be indulgent.........but really!

 16 
 on: April 19, 2019, 05:28:11 pm 
Started by Grandenorm - Last post by cilgwyn
Josef (Joseph) is is one of those "marmite" composers who you either want to to hear more of or simply can't be arsed. These three volumes from CPO have given us a showcase of his orchestral virtuosity; together with the two Dutton discs  (Symphony 4, Cello Concerto, Aucussin and Nicolette, Saxophone Concerto). If I could envisage further recordings of Queen Mab, The Bells and Apollo and the the Seaman this will have given us a comprehensive view of this composer's finest achievements...

 Smiley
Luckily,for me;I love Marmite!! Smiley
By the way! Remember the Marmite thread,here?!! (I seem to remember I was the fool who said he preferred,Vegemite?!! Shocked Grin)

 17 
 on: April 19, 2019, 12:34:18 pm 
Started by Grandenorm - Last post by Grandenorm
Yes. Those last three works are absolutely essential.

 18 
 on: April 18, 2019, 08:57:28 pm 
Started by Grandenorm - Last post by Albion
Josef (Joseph) is is one of those "marmite" composers who you either want to to hear more of or simply can't be arsed. These three volumes from CPO have given us a showcase of his orchestral virtuosity; together with the two Dutton discs  (Symphony 4, Cello Concerto, Aucussin and Nicolette, Saxophone Concerto). If I could envisage further recordings of Queen Mab, The Bells and Apollo and the the Seaman this will have given us a comprehensive view of this composer's finest achievements...

 Smiley

 19 
 on: April 18, 2019, 01:42:37 pm 
Started by Elroel - Last post by cilgwyn
From DGG? I doubt it.
Goodness......it is a Long, Long time since I bought a DGG disc!! Note that the performers get higher billing than the composer. Roll Eyes
Quite! A sign of the times,eh?! But,at least it's something other than the usual repertoire! (I wish the big labels would get,more,adventurous again!)

 20 
 on: April 18, 2019, 12:30:16 pm 
Started by Elroel - Last post by Dundonnell
From DGG? I doubt it.
Goodness......it is a Long, Long time since I bought a DGG disc!! Note that the performers get higher billing than the composer. Roll Eyes

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