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Old 02-13-13, 09:42 PM   #101
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It does not get any better than this.
Johannes Brahms was probably the most substantial of all romantic composers,firmly in the line of Bach and Beethoven using their constructive approach and filling it with romantic ideas.
Then the Vienna Philharmonic,together with the Berlin Philharmonic one of the top adresses for that kind of repertoire..
And finally Carlos Kleiber,that magician of a conductor unmatched until today.
Brahms 2nd symphony was his most positive and outgoing symphonic work with a truly triumphant ending.
Here is that grandiose last movement.

Brahms : Symphony No.2 in D major, Op. 73 : 4.Mov / Kleiber - YouTube
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Recycled Orchestra - YouTube
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[QUOTE=Mozart;924216]no introduction necessary.

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Thank you Dave, yes, I am still lurking somewhere out there in some basement for the time being.I didn't even realize there was Valentine's day...no wonder for somebody 257 years old..lol...This channel will go as long as I am going.
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I like this recycled one.
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Van Cliburn passed away today Mozart.
Was thinking of you. Hope you are well.
Van CLIBURN plays RACHMANINOV 3d Concerto VIDEO Moscow 1958 (2-5) - YouTube
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http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/28/ar...pagewanted=all

Here is a nicely written retrospective article about his life and the impact he made on the world at a critical time during the cold war era.
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Just because ,can't forget a friend, hope you are well.
Sorry had to go to one of your competitors....
pachelbel's Canon in D--Soothing music(the best version) - YouTube
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It does not get any better than this.
Johannes Brahms was probably the most substantial of all romantic composers,firmly in the line of Bach and Beethoven using their constructive approach and filling it with romantic ideas.
Then the Vienna Philharmonic,together with the Berlin Philharmonic one of the top adresses for that kind of repertoire..
And finally Carlos Kleiber,that magician of a conductor unmatched until today.
Brahms 2nd symphony was his most positive and outgoing symphonic work with a truly triumphant ending.
Here is that grandiose last movement.

Brahms : Symphony No.2 in D major, Op. 73 : 4.Mov / Kleiber - YouTube
I really needed to hear this today.

It helped a lot.
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Old 03-08-13, 04:28 PM   #110
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The list of totally forgotten musicians from the past is long,and some of those forgotten are true first rate artists.I already posted Albert Ferber,the great Swiss pianist,here is another one which I was not aware myself until today. Kathleen Long (1896-1968 ) was a British pianist,this is one of her first recordings from 1929.
Kathleen Long (1896-1868) - Couperin: Le Tic-toc-choc ou Les maillotins - YouTube

PS DJ Mozart is back.My feathers are ruffled,but the two music blogs can't be abandoned and need watering and weeding.
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