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Bax,Bantock & Gardiner Dutton


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« on: October 14, 2021, 07:01:26 pm »



If you squint hard enough you might be able to make out some words! Roll Eyes I think the Bantock would interest me the most! But I must admit I won't be rushing to buy it! I'll need every penny for the Daniel Jones & the Brian Faust,if possible?!! They won't be a pre-order though,I'm afraid! Sad I think it will be Daniel Jones first! How can I resist?!! Roll Eyes Grin
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« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2021, 07:13:16 pm »



If you squint hard enough you might be able to make out some words! Roll Eyes I think the Bantock would interest me the most! But I must admit I won't be rushing to buy it! I'll need every penny for the Daniel Jones & the Brian Faust,if possible?!! They won't be a pre-order though,I'm afraid! Sad I think it will be Daniel Jones first! How can I resist?!! Roll Eyes Grin

At least Dutton and Lyrita are still alive! Hyperion and Chandos seem to have largely given up the ghost as far as out-of-the-way rep is concerned. I see there is now more Bruckner on Chandos (just released but recorded in 2012!)...

https://www.chandos.net/products/catalogue/CHAN%2020221

...why, oh why, oh bloody why? Worra load of old kerjangers.

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« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2021, 07:20:58 pm »

Yes,that is encouraging,obviously! And thank you to them (and Cpo,by the way!). And a new Peter Grimes from Chandos!! Now,I do enjoy listening to that opera,but,imo,there are a few very good recordings,already,and I,personally,don't need another one! And more Bruckner from Chandos?!! Aren't there enough recording's?!!! I see a pre-order from big Bruckner fan,Lionel!! Grin

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Another Bruckner cd!! Shocked Roll Eyes Sad
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« Reply #4 on: October 14, 2021, 07:49:15 pm »



Another Bruckner cd!! Shocked Roll Eyes Sad

Oh yes, and no doubt more is in the pipeline. I truly think that Bruckner's music is well worth getting to know, but surely there are enough recordings of the symphonies by now to satisfy the most ardent devotee.

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