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 21 
 on: August 15, 2018, 09:40:19 pm 
Started by rkhenderson - Last post by the Administration
After consultation with co-moderator Dundonnell, the original links posted in this thread have been removed. With apologies to rkhenderson, the original poster, who I am certain had no idea these links would cause subsequent problems.

For the record, I examined the URLs for the links and they appeared to be perfectly normal YT links with no additional redirects or other other links embedded. I also tested them with no adverse effects.

The only guess I can hazard to explain the problems some encountered would be that those individuals unknowingly had some sort of malware or other Trojan on their computers which was activated by these links, or some part of them. Again, just a guess, based on sad personal experience in the past, and please be clear I am making no accusations. If anyone has a better explanation, please let me know privately.

Suspicious links quoted in subsequent posts in this thread have also been deleted, to avoid the possibility of anyone accidentally clicking on them, resulting in further harm.

Thanks to all for their patience and understanding, and let me again recommend in the strongest possible terms, if you see a link that seems suspicious in any way, DO NOT click on it. Instead, please inform the Administration and we will investigate.

Maris

 22 
 on: August 15, 2018, 09:12:40 pm 
Started by Elroel - Last post by mjkFendrich
Dear Maris,

thanks a lot for posting these treasures!

mjkF

 23 
 on: August 15, 2018, 08:09:14 am 
Started by Dundonnell - Last post by M. Yaskovsky
Just ordered the Aurora Egge Symphony 1 at Amazon.co.uk; think I try to judge by myself if it's a great symphony and a boxed-in recording (on my hifi-system)!

 24 
 on: August 14, 2018, 11:11:53 pm 
Started by Dundonnell - Last post by M. Yaskovsky
Indeed, we all wonder what's lying on the shelf at cpo! Just look at the last 10 years of programming at the many German Radio orchestras; I paged through them this evening. Many of these performances have subsequently been recorded live or a day or two after the concerts under studio conditions! For instance the 'series'  WDR - The Cologne Broadcasts'!

 25 
 on: August 14, 2018, 09:20:27 pm 
Started by BigEdLB - Last post by BigEdLB
And a few more samples:
Symphony #14, The Universe in Youth, Op 222
_ _I. God Makes the Big Bang, Order From Chaos
_ _II. Eternal Darkness, Perpetual Night in Primordial Matter
_ _III. Expansion at the Speed of Light in All Directions
_ _IV. Hydrogen Condenses to Glowing Orbs - Solar Systems Born
Fantasy on the Civil War Tune, 'Tenting Tonight', Op 223
Tarantella, Op 224
Torres del Paine, Op 225
Canon and Contemplation, Op 226
Symphony #15, Winter Solstice, Op 227
_ _I. Morning
_ _II. Afternoon
_ _III. Twilight
_ _IV. Lunar Eclipse at Midnight
Symphony #16, Bering Land Bridge, Op 228
_ _I. Elders Meet Amidst Blowing Snow
_ _II. Paen to the Rising Sun in the Spring
_ _III. The Mammoth Hunt (March)
_ _IV. Dry Passage South Through the Glaciers
Symphony #17, Op 229
_ _I. Entrada
_ _II. Andante
_ _III. Scherzo
_ _IV. Allegro risoluto
Symphony #18, Atmospheres, Op 230
_ _I. Wind and Rain
_ _II. Thin Air on the Mountaintop
_ _III. Meteor Shower
_ _IV. Aurorae Borealis
Aurora Borealis Theme, Op 230a
Symphony #19, Rustic, Op 231
_ _I. Pastorale On the Open Plains
_ _II. Nocturne - The Full Moon
_ _III. Dance - In the Barn
_ _IV. Risoluto - The Fields at Harvest
The Wormhole and the Space-Time Continuum, Op 232
Symphony #20, Dimensions, Op 233
_ _I. Dimension X - Line
_ _II. Dimension Y - Plane
_ _III. Dimension Z - Space
_ _IV. Dimension T, Time
_ _V. Dimension Psi, Multiverse
Scenes From the History of Mars, Op 234

 26 
 on: August 14, 2018, 09:05:03 pm 
Started by BigEdLB - Last post by BigEdLB
Sample
Symphony  #1, Sinfonietta, Op 25
_ _I. Allegro rondo
_ _II. Andante cantabile
_ _III. Scherzo
_ _IV. Allegro risoluto
Tundra, Op 26
Romance 2, Op 27
Violin Sonata, Op 28
_ _I. Allegro
_ _II. Andante
_ _III. Presto
Oboe Concerto, Op 28a
_ _I. Allegro
_ _II. Andante - III. Presto
Piano Concerto in a minor, Op 29
_ _I. Allegro agiatato
_ _II. Lento non canto
_ _III. Presto
Lost Horizon, Symphonic Poem after Hilton, Op 30
The High Lama, from, Lost Horizon, Symphonic Poem after Hilton, Op 30a
Macbeth, Symphonic Poem after Shakespeare, Op 31
Fantasy on the Scottish Folksong, `Loch Lomand`, Op 32
She Tain't A Lazy Dog, Op 33 #1
Noble White Boxer Knight, Op 33 #2
Hymn, It`s Important, Organ Version, Op 34
Hymn, It's Important, Orchestral Version, Op 34a
Pandora, A Greek Legend, Op 35
Piano Suite, Op 37
_ _I. Prelude
_ _II. Nocturne
_ _III. Waltz
_ _IV. Albumleaf
_ _V. Impromptu
The Maiden, the Troll, and the Virtuous Knight, Op 38
Julius Caeser, Symphonic Poem after Shakespeare, Op 39
Autumn, Op 40
Stonehenge, Ballet, Op 41
Pinocchio, Op 42
A Christmas Carol, Symphonic Poem After Dickens, Op 43
The Nimean Lion Rag, Op 44
Symphony  #2, The Seasons, Op 45
_ _I. Autumn
_ _II. Winter
_ _III. Spring
_ _IV. Summer
King Arthur Suite, Op 46
_ _I. Uther and Ygrayn
_ _II. Merlin
_ _III. Gwynever
_ _IV. Lancelot
_ _V. The Round Table
_ _VI. Arthur
String Quartet, Op 47
_ _I. Serious Thoughts
_ _II. Lightened Mood
Concerto Grosso in One Movement, Op 47a
Poem for Clarinet and Piano, Op 48
Poem for Clarinet and Strings, Op 48a

 27 
 on: August 14, 2018, 08:20:12 pm 
Started by BigEdLB - Last post by BigEdLB
I have scaled back my Soundcloud account, and most links don't work.  Working on a new list of links to Jamendo and Chirbit.  Watch this space

 28 
 on: August 14, 2018, 04:46:18 pm 
Started by tapiola - Last post by Dundonnell
I entirely agree! Pickard is one of the finest contemporary British composers. It is splendid that BIS has taken him up. What they should now do is to go back and record the Symphonies Nos. 2 and 3-both exceptionally fine works.

I second this.  I still want to hear his orchestration/reconstruction of Havergal Brian's Cleopatra Vision cantata.

The Havergal Brian cd is coming any day now from Dutton Grin

 29 
 on: August 14, 2018, 03:29:23 pm 
Started by tapiola - Last post by relm1
I entirely agree! Pickard is one of the finest contemporary British composers. It is splendid that BIS has taken him up. What they should now do is to go back and record the Symphonies Nos. 2 and 3-both exceptionally fine works.

I second this.  I still want to hear his orchestration/reconstruction of Havergal Brian's Cleopatra Vision cantata.

 30 
 on: August 14, 2018, 01:52:45 pm 
Started by tapiola - Last post by Dundonnell
I entirely agree! Pickard is one of the finest contemporary British composers. It is splendid that BIS has taken him up. What they should now do is to go back and record the Symphonies Nos. 2 and 3-both exceptionally fine works.

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