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« Reply #3540 on: June 27, 2022, 10:45:24 am »

There's a chap at the GMG forum (Mirror Image) who thinks that Pfitzner's Violin Concerto is one of the great unsung romantic violin concertos! I'm inclined to agree! The Cpo recording is very good (to my ears) but it would be nice if some other label's took an interest. The Cello Concertos are good,too. In fact,I've enjoyed & been impressed by everything I've heard by him. He also made recordings of his music which are well worth hearing & in decent (for the 1920's!) sound.

Reznicek?! Uh-oh! More expense!! ::) ;D I'd forgotten about him. I have read some enthusiastic reviews of the Cpo cd's,over the last couple of years! I'll have to resist for now,though! I've just spent a small fortune on a load of..........shock,horror,paper reference books! I quite like them & I thought they would come in useful if I go offline (as the terminology goes) at some point! (Or there's a nuclear war!! ::)).
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