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Elroel
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« on: November 05, 2012, 04:52:30 pm »

From my side also thanks for these German works. The the first and the last names I heard before. In Germany I had the pleasure to find a work of Jenner in the program. The name Weweler is new to me. 
Listening to the music I find again (and again, and...) that so many composers are lost in oblivion.
This may be right in some cases, but many times when a composer emerges,  I'm surprised with the music.
Why should we have to have 1200 or more series of Beethoven symphonies or those from  let say Mahler -splendid works! of course-, but I don't buy many double or more complete cycles, unless I'm very confident they are worth it. I rather buy cd's from un unknown composer in stead. Well I guess that's one of the reasons I'm (and many more of us?) a member here.


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