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« Reply #75 on: March 17, 2014, 08:52:24 pm »

Sorry, reuploaded using mediafire the Pergament pf cto and cello cto.

Terrific - thank you !
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« Reply #76 on: March 17, 2014, 08:55:59 pm »

Quote from: shamus on March 12, 2014, 08:04:51 pm
http://www.sendspace.com/filegroup/4FD5eY2eOalIs9M7DX7DpA

'Here you will find Pergament's piano and cello concertos. The Cello Concerto is definitely from a concert with applause, however, I couldn't tell who the performers were, and the Piano Concerto may not be admissible--not sure if it's a concert or not. I searched the web for the piece, the pianist, any recording, etc. and came up with nothing, so if anyone feels it should be removed, just let me know and I will do so.'

OK - anyone able to provide a little 'safety' assistance ? Sendspace offers no less than 5 buttons to click saying download - any ideas which one might actually give access to the music, as opposed to lumping you with some tripe you don't want  & are then expected to pay for - or a virus/spyware etc..
Sorry, don't wish to appear ungrateful, just profoundly mistrustful of sites such as this...best answer, of course - ignore the suggestion to download at all; that rather defeats the object of Mr. Shamus' kind efforts, however !

Click on the file name, ie the underlined web address http etc etc. That takes you to another page, from which you click on "click here to download from sendspace".

That should work.....it did for me Smiley

Thank you, Mr. D.;the problem's been resolved for us kindly. Will try to remember if there's a 'next time' !
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« Reply #77 on: March 17, 2014, 11:09:24 pm »

Hi Malito,

I'll re-upload the concerto  Nilsson Violin Concerto. Don't know what happened though. When I uploaded it, I could download it also.

BTW, if you (like me) are retired, and you wish to keep a lot of free to use hours: DON'T GO TO THIS FORUM. IT'LL COST YOU YOUR TIME.
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« Reply #78 on: March 17, 2014, 11:32:46 pm »

Anders Nilsson: Violin Concerto

I re-uploaded the mp3 file.
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« Reply #79 on: March 18, 2014, 12:18:51 am »

Thanks,  Elroel!

I need to fill up my time.  This works so well.  Better than watching TV.  Still could not get the VC of Nilsson to download...I'll keep looking for it.  All I have is the same listing as before.

Malito
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« Reply #80 on: March 18, 2014, 01:59:42 am »

The link to the Nilsson Violin Concerto still does not work. When I click on the link I am getting a "problem loading page" screen. The other links work perfectly.
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« Reply #81 on: March 18, 2014, 08:45:43 am »

That Nilsson symphony is well worth hearing - an exciting, dramatic piece.
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« Reply #82 on: March 18, 2014, 10:39:49 am »

About the Anders Nilsson downloads: Symphony 2 & Violin Concerto

I don't know what's happening there. When I modified my post, I gave the mp3 files a new link, they were, after saving not visible in the post.
When looking at the original posts, I saw that the links were double in length. (Two times the link).
I don't know why. I removed the mp3's on the bottom of the post, and gave the works a new link.

After giving the files a new link, I started downloading to myself. They came down o.k.




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« Reply #83 on: March 18, 2014, 02:13:46 pm »


I need to fill up my time.  This works so well.  Better than watching TV.  Still could not get the VC of Nilsson to download...I'll keep looking for it.  All I have is the same listing as before.

Malito
Have you tried it again? Did it work this time?

Fully agreed about Television. Well, use your time here, but don't tell me I did not warn you Cheesy
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« Reply #84 on: March 18, 2014, 04:24:44 pm »

The link to the Nilsson Violin Concerto works perfectly now Smiley

....and it sounds a most impressive piece Smiley
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« Reply #85 on: March 18, 2014, 05:30:02 pm »

Gunnar Bucht: Symphony No. 8

From the collection of Karl Miller

Symphony No. 8 ((1983)
Stockholm Philharmonic/Yuri Aronovitch
Possibly premeire?
Radio Broadcast.


Material from gunnarbucht.com:

Machine translation of Bucht's Commentary on Symphony 8:
Symphony No. 8 (1983)

World premiere: 13/9, 1984, the Stockholm Concert Hall. Starring: StockholmPhilharmonic under the direction of Yuri Ahronovitch. Concert replay 15/9 1984.

 More talent: 11/11/1987, the Stockholm Concert Hall. Participants:Stockholm Philharmonic conducted by Alexander Gibson. 17/11/1988

Malmö Concert Hall. Starring: Malmö Symphony Orchestra under the direction ofBrian Priestman. 2/4 in 1993, the Royal College of music in Stockholm.
Participants:
Music School Orchestra, conducted by Michel Tabachnik as a tribute
at my resignation as practitioner. Concert Replay 3/4 1993 in the artist, the Music Academy in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Durata: 27 min

Comment: the work has four movements, of which the first two are played attacca.Satsföljden slow-Tempo is very fast-moderate — slow and
Symphony opening sets the tone for the future: the oboe stämmton spawn
on other instruments which collects in the brightest major. The entire first movement characterised by the interplay between different durtonaliteter like towards the end from sliding into each other.
In the second movement is clouded this game without having to completely disappear in the third movement
oförmedlar set against each other in layer composition, however, in a different way than in
Sinfonia concertante (see above). The fourth and final movement is dominated by two ideas:
a "creeping" movements in solo strings, one with a big "ihopsjunkande"
glissando in the entire string orchestra. These ideas at the same time, two very different flashes
minor tonality and eventually assume each other's moves, s.a.s. swapped. Symphony
ends with a recollection from the beginning of time.

Reception: the Symphony was received with great warmth and they talked about a new, more
lyrical tone in my music. Later, however, the critical views expressed in the
It pointed out that, in the process, indicating fugitive something you considered conflict
against the Symphonic idea. Myself, I work for one of my principal and
This is for several reasons: that indicating is, in my opinion, a force which
Symphonic thinking can be so much. Again, the actual musical language appeals to me
very not least because it shows the opportunities in totalkromatiken
What is my starting point. Finally: last movement I
dare the word – is a masterstroke in his basic pulse of the piece with
increasingly extended drama. In addition, occurred at the first performance it rare to
I'm at a moment was totally surprised by what I heard: "I really
heard and written this? "I asked myself. It was as though a gap in life
opened up and showed the possibility of another world. Such an experience is difficult
to restrain and manage but also hard to forget.

Bio
Gunnar Bucht was born in Stocksund (near Stockholm) in 1927. He studied musicology at Uppsala University (Licenciate of Philosophy, 1953) and composition with Karl-Birger Blomdahl between 1947 and 1951. Subsequent teachers included Carl Orff, Goffredo Petrassi and (perhaps the most important of all) Max Deutsch. Bucht made his début as a pianist in 1949 but later came to specialise exclusively in composition.

From 1963 he taught musicology, among other things, at Stockholm University. Professor of composition at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm from 1975 to 1985 and Director at the same institution from 1987 to 1993. Numerous administrative appointments: chairman of the concert organization Fylkingen 1956-59, active in the Swedish section and the International Presidium of the ISCM 1960-1972, chairman of the Society of Swedish Composers 1963-69, Swedish cultural attaché in Bonn 1970-73.

Elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music in 1964. The royal medal "Litteris et Artibus" 1987. At present living and working as composer and author on the island of Gotland and in Stockholm.

Bucht on Bucht:

Paraphrasing the French 18th-century philosopher, my own artistic motto could be read as 'Tradition, what do you want from me? Live up to me - if you can!' This means: my relationship to tradition is dialogical; tradition is seen as challenge, not as a pillow. This outlook is reflected in my double activities as a composer and musicologist. The historical and analytical perspectives are always present in my creative work. At the same time, when teaching music history and analysis the artistic dimension is always there, I hope. I teach not only facts but also experiences.


The tension between emotionality and intellectuality is reflected in the often dramatic character of my music. Theres is an affinity with Berlioz' "l'imprévu", the unexpected, as a formal principle. In my music, the architecture is nearly bursting from within and at the same time is being kept on a tight rein. Maliciously, my music could be characterized as a composition of intensely dramatic and poetic moments on one side and road-consuming sections on the other.


Orchestral works dominates my output, much of it of long duration. It satisfies my need for emotional expansion and narration. Since the 1970s, the titles reveal a lot about the contents. Reading them you could reformulate my artistic belief as follows: I believe in an absolute music permeated with extramusical ideas of the world, with echoes of history, with inner pictures and visions, with wordless drama.

GUNNAR BUCHT


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« Reply #86 on: March 18, 2014, 08:03:02 pm »

Elroel:

Thank you...I finally got it to work and the Nilsson is a wonderful concerto!

Malito
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« Reply #87 on: March 18, 2014, 09:24:24 pm »

The post with the works by Eklund, Börtz, Nilsson and Boldeman is removed now.
I will make a new entry after I find out what the f... (pardon me) is happening to that post.
Again when I opened the post there were very strange things going on. (Some url's were not, and other partly visible; while other parts of text were acting as 'url'.

I'll run a complete virus check on my machines, to be certain that that is not the problem here. 
I'll delete the files at Mediafire and re-upload them later on.

Sorry for the trouble.
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« Reply #88 on: March 19, 2014, 02:00:41 am »

Jolly Roger:

Thanks so much for all the Swedish music lately.  I love the music of Hans Eklund---what a pity that he is not better-known!  I also enjoyed the symphony no. 2 of Anders Nilsson.  Alas, nothing happens when I try to download his Violin Concerto.  Could you check into that?  I so appreciate all the music I get here...when you're retired as I am and have little to do, this is an excellent and exiting addition to an otherwise mediocre life.  Thank you again!  Malito
Thanks for the encouragement, I have posted some Nilsson, but I don't think I posted that particular piece at the broadcasts, at least I could not locate it.
But if I did, please send me the link to my message post and I will correct it.
Also please be advised that some older postings will be put of date and made inactive at Swedish Radio..
I think Elroel posted the NilssonVC download link in the Swedish download thread.
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« Reply #89 on: March 22, 2014, 05:20:50 pm »

Mr. Roelof - trying manfully to keep up with your latest batch of excellent uploads; bit confused by the Britta Bystrom, which seems to come up as something completely different on Mediafire. Is that just me ? Probably !
                                                                                                Great if you could have a look. Thanks !
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