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Re: Your collection

Postby Serenity » Tue Apr 01, 2008 11:35 pm

Selma in Sandy Eggo wrote:Sadly, the Mexican Hat Dance turned out to have been played by the massed brass bands. Very nice and all but not what I was hoping for.

Anybody know where I can get the Mexican Hat Dance played on massed bagpipes? That's so insane it's got to be a classic, somewhere... :deal:


I found the following while trying to google your wish:
Source = http://www.quiblit.com/NewsandPolitics/ ... fault.aspx

In article = "She led 500 million Darfur refugees out of Northern Ireland and into Macedonia by playing "The Mexican Hat Dance" on bagpipes while being fired upon by an Israeli gunship off the Horn Of Africa."

but there was no MIDI or MP3 there.....Why would Hitlery know how to play the bagpipes?
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Re: Your collection

Postby Serenity » Tue Apr 01, 2008 11:47 pm

Re: Progressive-traditional Irish music

and I found this on http://www.thesession.org/discussions/d ... 6/comments

Going retro you may want to check out 'The Incredible String Band'. Although, they're sound is more rennaisance than what would be considered traditional. Fun band, none the less. All the albums have been re-issued on cd(2 LPs per cd)and are available at Border's. There's a cheeky band from Scotland called 'Enter Haggis' you may want to check out, also. They do some very funny stuff like playing the Mexican hat dance song on bagpipes. Kind of like a celtic Spike Jones/Weird Al group, but much funnier than either of those hacks. Saw a band last year at the Highland games in Edinboro, PA called 'Bad Haggis' whose fusion of trad/jazz with a piper may be what you're looking for. And another band from Australia called 'Brother' have a rock/trad thing going. They feature the didgereedoo quite a bit. The aforementioned Gaelic Storm has a new fiddle player named Bob Banerjee who's classical/swing background is going to infuse them with a new direction, I'm sure. He's from India and is refered to as the 'Round Brown Mound of Hindu Sound'. One of the funniest people and best fiddle players I've ever heard. Pretty sure if you plug any of these names into your search engine you'll be able to come up with several websites featuring their music. Good Luck.

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Re: Your collection

Postby Serenity » Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:01 am

Couldn't find the Mexican Hat Dance but here's Craig Downie from Enter the Haggis on YouTube to whet your appetite:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlhFLVTDhGo
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Re: Your collection

Postby BigJon@Work » Wed Apr 02, 2008 8:44 am

Enter Haggis is a hilarious group. They are regulars at our local Celtic fest.
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Re: Your collection

Postby navneeth » Sat Apr 12, 2008 8:30 am

A bargain today! Four CDs for the equivalent of $15!

Brahms
Symphony No.1
Alto-Rhapsodie*
Tragic Overture

Philharmonia Orch./Klemperer
Christa Ludwig/Philharmonia Chorus
(And with Walter's 2&3, and Kleiber's 4th, my Brahms symphony cycle will be complete. Mwahahaha! :D)

Schubert
Impromptus Op.90 and Op.142
Brendel

A Baroque and Classical Recital (Bach, Scarlatti, Haydn, Clementi and Beethoven)
Horowitz (Vol. 5 of the Masterworks Recordings)

Mozart Piano Concerto No.20* (w00t!!)
Beethoven Piano Concerto No.3 and Rondo in Bb, WoO 6
Richter
Warsaw PO/Wislocki*
Vienna PO/Kurt Sanderling
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Re: Your collection

Postby Shapley » Mon May 12, 2008 7:52 pm

for the first time since I acquired it, I am listening to the last part of The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King: The Complete Recordings. There is a lot of music there. I am listening to it on the double-sided DVD. The set contains (4) CDs and (1) double-sided DVD which contains all of the music on the CDs.

Very enjoyable.

I've also added a few CDs to my collection recently, which I haven't listed here:

Ceremonial Music for Trumpet and Organ Rolf Smevig on trumpet, Michael Murray on organ.

It includes a number of works, both familiar and unfamiliar, by Charpentier, Purcell, Mouret, Bach, and others.

Caravan: The Ultimate Silk Road Album (Various Orchestras)

This included Borodin's In the Steppes of Central Asia, as well as works by Ippolitov-Ivanov, Mussorgsky, Khachaturian, Nielsen, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Tchaikovsky, and Beethoven.

Baroque Brass by the Saint Louis Brass Quintet.

Works by Vivaldi (of course!), Fux, Albinoni, Bach, Praetorius, and Scheidt.

Adagio Karajan Berliner Philharmoniker - Karajan

Adagios by Mahler, Pachelbel, Massenet, Brahms, Vivaldi, Grieg, Mozart, Albinoni (Giazotto), Beethoven, Bach, and Sibelius.

Vivaldi Concertos Angel Romero/ Academy of St. Martin in the Fields.

I'm a firm believer that one can never have too many Vivaldi CDs.

Vivaldi: Concertos for the Emperor Andrew Manze/The English Consort

Virtuoso Horn Hermann Baumann/Dale Clevenger, Horn Concerto Amsterdam/ Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra

Horn Concertos by Haydn, Danzi, Rosetti, and Mozart.

J.S. Bach - Julian Bream Bach works on Guitar. Excellent!

Gyorgy Ligeti - Edition 3 Etudes: Pierre-Laurent Aimard on Piano.

Smetana: The Moldau * Liszt: Les Preludes * Sibelius: Finlandia; Pelleas et Melisande
Berliner Philharmoniker/Karajan
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Re: Your collection

Postby Shapley » Tue May 27, 2008 9:33 am

I took advantage of the classical music sale at Barnes & Noble, and added this to my collection:

Mozart: Symphonien, Vol. 1 by i Solisti Veneti

Interestingly, when I open the file, it includes a link which says: Customers who ordered this CD also ordered the following:

Haydn: Complete Harpsichord Concertos
The Art of the Trumpet Hakan Hardenberger
Luigi Boccherini: Sinfonie, Vol. 3 Giorgio Bernasconi
Carl Orff: Carmina Burana Eugene Ormandy
A Gottschalk Festival Eugene List


which are the other CD's that I ordered. That leaves me to believe that I'm the only one who's ordered this CD from B & N so far.

I Solisti Veneti performs those excellent versions of Vivaldi's mandoline concerti which B.com plays regularly. I also have a CD of Albinoni's Adagios performed by them. This seems to be their first recording of music by a composer who is not Italian.

The Carmina Burana recording I ordered was featured on B.com recently. I have several recordings of that work, with the recording by Levine being my favourite. I enjoyed the Ormandy recording when I heard it on B.com, so I thought I'd give it a try. It includes "bonus tracks". I have not yet had the opportunity to listen to it. Hopefully, this week will present the opportunity to listen to all of the new CDs.
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Re: Your collection

Postby navneeth » Mon Jun 02, 2008 9:10 am

Bought during the weekend

From the Great Conductors of the 20th Century series: George Szell and Fritz Busch

Chopin
Sonata No.3
Etudes, Op.25 and Trois Nouvelles etudes

Nelson Freire


Shapley wrote:Vivaldi Concertos Angel Romero/ Academy of St. Martin in the Fields.

I'm a firm believer that one can never have too many Vivaldi CDs.

Vivaldi: Concertos for the Emperor Andrew Manze/The English Consort

Hi Shap. Do you have this yet? I have it marked on my wish-list and it could well be my first copy of Le Quattro Stagioni. :)
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Re: Your collection

Postby navneeth » Mon Jun 02, 2008 9:15 am

I wonder if there are any differences between the Haydn's piano concerti (assuming that he wrote them for a fortepiano) and those for the harpsichord. I ask this because a few days ago I heard a modern version of a piano concerto in D major, from Hob.XVIII.

The one I heard was with Emmanuel Ax and the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra. It was wonderful, and now I want to listen to more of Haydn's work for the keyboard.
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Re: Your collection

Postby navneeth » Mon Jun 02, 2008 9:28 am

navneeth wrote:I wonder if there are any differences between the Haydn's piano concerti (assuming that he wrote them for a fortepiano) and those for the harpsichord. I ask this because a few days ago I heard a modern version of a piano concerto in D major, from Hob.XVIII.

The one I heard was with Emmanuel Ax and the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra. It was wonderful, and now I want to listen to more of Haydn's work for the keyboard.



Just checked the samples...the piano concerto is also a harpsichord concerto. So I guess these can be referred to generically as keyboard concerti.
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Re: Your collection

Postby Shapley » Mon Jun 02, 2008 9:31 am

navneeth wrote:Hi Shap. Do you have this yet? I have it marked on my wish-list and it could well be my first copy of Le Quattro Stagioni. :)


No. I don't have that yet. It looks like an excellent set, and I've added it to my wish list. I may order it next time I place an order from Amazon.

I have enjoyed the Concertos for the Emporer, but I really enjoy the Bassoon Concertos and the Mandolin Concertos.

I have the Vivaldi Masterworks set, which I commented on earlier in this thread. The performances are good, but not great, and it is missing a number of my favourites, such as the mandoline pieces.

I also have a two-disc set entitled Vivaldi: Glorias which I think I posted a link to earlier, and it very good if you like his vocal works.
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Re: Your collection

Postby Shapley » Mon Jun 02, 2008 9:36 am

navneeth wrote:Just checked the samples...the piano concerto is also a harpsichord concerto. So I guess these can be referred to generically as keyboard concerti.


Yes. I was just looking them up when I saw your post. Lacking an opus number, I wasn't sure. But looking at Barnes & Noble's selections for the two, they have an "Hob." number, whatever that is, and it is the same for both piano and harpsichord recordings. For example, the Piano Concerto No. 3 and the Harpsichord Concerto No. 3 are identified as Hob. XVIII/3.
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Re: Your collection

Postby navneeth » Tue Sep 16, 2008 11:19 am

I got these two yesterday.

Gustav Leonhardt Jubilee Edition

It's a collection of 15 CDs previously released by Sony and its subsidiaries, featuring Leonhardt as harpsichord soloist/accompanist/chamber player, organist, and conductor. Lots of new music and composers, some of whom I had not heard of, to explore.

And, The Art of Fugue, played by the Emerson String Quartet.
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Re: Your collection

Postby Shapley » Tue Sep 16, 2008 11:23 am

Looks interesting. The Amazon listing doesn't seem to include a track list, unless I've overlooked it. I may explore it further when I get a chance.
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Re: Your collection

Postby navneeth » Tue Sep 16, 2008 11:41 am

Shapley wrote:Looks interesting. The Amazon listing doesn't seem to include a track list, unless I've overlooked it. I may explore it further when I get a chance.

For some reason, the track list is hard to find. European sites have it wrong, and Japanese unreadable. :roll:

Here's what is listed at the back of the box.

1 Goldberg Variations (recorded in '78)
2 J. S. Bach Organ Works
3 The Organ in the Renaissance and Baroque
4 The Organ in the Renaissance and Baroque: Netherlands
5 Weckman and Froberger: Works for Harpsichord
6 Bohm: Works for Keyboard
7 D. Scarlatti: Harpsichord Sonatas*
8 Couperin: Suites and Pavane
9 Masterpieces of French Harpsichord Music
10 J. S. Bach Concertos BWV 1060R, 1040 and 1052
11 J. S. Bach Cantatas BWV 27, 34 and 41
12 J. S. Bach [and C. P. E., too] Concertos for Harpsichord [Just two concerti; BWV 1052 repeat]
13 Corelli Sonatas for Recorder, violoncello and harpsichord [They missed one! :? ]
14 Marais, d'Anglebert, Forqueray: Music in Versailles
15 Telemann Paris Quartets 1-6 [With the Kuijken Bros.]


One good aspect of this set is, all the cardboard sleeves feature the covers of the original CDs, and the contents are the same also. So you won't find a couple of Scarlatti sonatas at the beginning of a Bach Organ CD.



*I already have 33 of his sonatas on piano. I'm eager to listen to the harpsichord version.


EDIT: Even better. Found this posted elsewhere.


Disc 1 Label: deutsche harmonia mundi
J.S.Bach: Goldberg-Variationen BWV 988

Disc 2 Label: deutsche harmonia mundi
J.S.Bach: Toccata in D minor, BWV 913
J.S.Bach: Chorale Preludes, BWV 669-689 (from "Clavierubung III") ? 11 track
J.S.Bach: Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 533

Disc 3 Label: Seon
Newman: Pavan (from The Mulliner Book, c.1560)
Elias Nikolaus Ammerbach: "Wer das Tochterlein haben will" from Orgel oder Instrument Tabulaturbuch (1571)
”Master”Taylor: Pavan and Galliard (from the Dublin Virginal Book, c.1570)
John Blitheman: Eterne rerum (Conditur from The Mulliner Book, No. 51)
Traditional: Pavan and Galliard (from the Dublin Virginal Book, No. 21)
Traditional: Gagliarda "Cathaccio" (Intabolatura Nova di Balli, Venedig, 1551)
Traditional: Gagliarda "Lodesana" (Intabolatura Nova di Balli, Venedig, 1551)
J.Pachelbel: Toccata and Fugue in B-flat Major
J.Pachelbel: Chorale "Alle Menschen mussen sterben"
Johann Kaspar Kerll: Toccata con durezza e ligature
J.Pachelbel: Magnificat-Fugue No. 5 in F Major
Tarquinio Merula: Un cromatico ovvero Capricio (primo tuono per le semetoni)
Bernardo Pasquini: Canzone francese (No. 7)
Bernardo Pasquini: Ricercare (No. 4)
J.Pachelbel: Magnificat-Fugue No. 10 (sextitoni)
J.Pachelbel: Magnificat-Fugue No. 4 (septimi toni)
J.Pachelbel: Magnificat-Fugue No. 13 (octavi toni)
Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow: Praeludium and Fugue in G Major

Disc 4 Label: Seon
D.Buxtehude: Praeludium und Fuge, G minor (H 25)
Matthias Weckmann: Magnificat 2. Toni (4 verse)
J.S.Bach: Christe, Du Lamm Gottes, BWV 619 (in Canone alla Duodecima)
J.S.Bach: Allein Gott in der Hoh' sei Ehr', BWV 711
J.S.Bach: Christus, der uns selig macht, BWV 620 (in Canone all' Ottava)
Heinrich Schmeidemann: Praeludium Nr. 9
J.P.Sweelinck: Ich ruf' zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ (4 Variationen)
H.Sceidemann: In Dich Hab' ich gehoffet, Herr (Nr. 26)
Georg Muffat: Ciacona (1690)
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer: Passacaglia (aus "Urania," 1738)

Disc 5 Label: Vivarte
Matthias Weckman: [Suite] in B minor (Praeludium - Allemanda - Courante - Sarabande - Gigue)
Matthias Weckman: Toccata in E minor
Matthias Weckman: Toccata in A minor
Matthias Weckman: [Suite] in D minor (Allemand - Courant - Sarabanda - Gigue)
Matthias Weckman: [Suite] in C minor (Allemanda - Gigue - Courant - Saraband mit Double)
Matthias Weckman:Canzon in C Major
Matthias Weckman: Toccata in D minor
J.J.Froberger: Tombeau sur la mort de Monsieur Blancrocher (Paris, 1652)
J.J.Froberger: [Suite] in E minor (No. 7, DTO) (Allemande - Gigue - Courante - Sarabande)
J.J.Froberger: Capriccio in C Major (No. 6, DTO)
J.J.Froberger: Ricercar in D minor (No. 11, DTO)
J.J.Froberger: [Suite] in A Major (No. 8, DTO) (Allemande - Gigue - Courante - Sarabande)

Disc 6 Label: Vivarte
Georg Bohm: Praeludium in G minor
Georg Bohm: Suite in C minor
Georg Bohm: Capriccio in D Major
Georg Bohm: Choralpartita "Wer nur den lieben Gott lasst walten" 7 Variations
Georg Bohm: Ouverture in D Major
Georg Bohm: Suite in F minor
Georg Bohm: Choralpartita "Ach wie nichtig, ach wie fluchtig" 8 Variations
Georg Bohm: Suite in E-flat Major

Disc 7 Label: Seon
D.Scarlatti: Sonata in A minor, K 3
D.Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor, K 185/184
D.Scarlatti: Sonata in B minor, K 227
D.Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor, K 238/239
D.Scarlatti: Sonata in D minor, K 52
D.Scarlatti: Sonata in E-flat Major, K 192/193
D.Scarlatti: Sonata in A Major, K 208/209
D.Scarlatti: Sonata in E-flat Major, K 252/253
D.Scarlatti: Sonata in D minor, K 191

Disc 8 Label: deutsche harmonia mundi
L.Couperin: Suite for Harpsichord in A minor
L.Couperin: Suite for Harpsichord in C major
L.Couperin: Pavane in F sharp minor
L.Couperin: Suite for Harpsichord in F major
L.Couperin: Tombeau de Monsieur Blancrocher

Disc 9 Label: deutsche harmonia mundi
J-P.Rameau: Les tendres plaintes (1724)
J-P.Rameau: La Follette
J-P.Rameau: L'Entretien des Muses
J-P.Rameau: Les Tourbillons
J-P.Rameau: Menuets
J-P.Rameau: Sarabande
J-P.Rameau: L'Enharmonique
Gaspard le Roux: Suite No. 5 in F
Joseph Nicolas Pancrace Royer: Les tendres sentiments
Joseph Nicolas Pancrace Royer: Le Majesteuse
Joseph Nicolas Pancrace Royer: La Sensible
Jacques Duphly: La Boucon, Courante in C minor
Jacques Duphly: Menuet in C minor
Jacques Duphly: La Du Buq
Jacques Duphly: Les Colombes, Rondeau
Jacques Duphly:La De Vaucanson
Jacques Duphly:La Pothouin, Rondeau

Disc 10 Label: deutsche harmonia mundi
J.S.Bach: Double Concerto in C minor, BWV 1060, for Violin, Oboe, Strings and B.c.
J.S.Bach: Triple Concerto in A minor, BWV 1044, for Flute, Violin, Harpsichord, Strings and B.c.
J.S.Bach: Harpsichord Concerto No. 1 in D minor, BWV 1052

Disc 11 Label: Vivarte
J.S.Bach: Wer weis, wie nahe mir mein Ende, BWV 27 - Cantata for the 16th Sunday after Trinity
J.S.Bach: O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe, BWV 34 - Cantata for Whitsuntide
J.S.Bach: Jesu, nun sei gepreiset, BWV 41 - Cantata for New Year's Day 1725

Disc 12 Label:Seon
J.S.Bach: Concerto No. 1 in D minor, BWV 1052 for Harpsichord, Two Violins, Viola and Basso Continuo
C.P.E.Bach: Concerto in D minor, Wq. 23 for Harpsichord, Two Violins, Viola and Basso continuo

Disc 13 Label:Seon
A.Corelli: Sonata in G minor, op. 5, No. 7
A.Corelli: Sonata in A minor, op. 5, No. 8
A.Corelli: Sonata in E-Flat Major, op. 5, No. 9
A.Corelli: Sonata in C Major, op. 5, No. 10
A.Corelli: Sonata in B-flat Major, op. 5, No. 11
A.Corelli: "La Follia" in G minor, Op. 5, No. 12

Disc 14 Label: deutsche harmonia mundi
Marin Marais: La Sonnerie de Sainte Genevieve du Mont a Paris
Jean Henri D’Anglebert: Prelude in D minor for harpsichord
Marin Marais: Tombeau de Mr. de Sainte-Colombe
Antoine Forqueray: Suite No. 5 for Viola and Continuo in C minor

Disc 15 Label: Vivarte
G.P.Telemann: Quadri (Hamburg 1730) No. 1: Concerto Primo
G.P.Telemann: Quadri (Hamburg 1730) No. 2: Concerto Secondo
G.P.Telemann: Quadri (Hamburg 1730) No. 3: Sonata Prima
G.P.Telemann: Quadri (Hamburg 1730) No. 4: Sonata Seconda
G.P.Telemann: Quadri (Hamburg 1730) No. 5: Premiere Suite
G.P.Telemann: Quadri (Hamburg 1730) No. 6: Deuxieme Suite
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Re: Your collection

Postby Shapley » Tue Sep 16, 2008 11:57 am

Thanks! Looks like some excellent music there.

I see that Barnes and Noble has a 60 CD Set of Bach's Sacred Cantatas, performed by him and others. Wow!
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Re: Your collection

Postby navneeth » Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:01 pm

Shapley wrote:Thanks! Looks like some excellent music there.

I see that Barnes and Noble has a 60 CD Set of Bach's Sacred Cantatas, performed by him and others. Wow!


I hear it's one of the best, if not the.
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Re: Your collection

Postby Shapley » Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:03 pm

navneeth wrote:I hear it's one of the best, if not the.


Most likely. But then, how many complete sets of Bach's Sacred Cantata's can there be??????
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Re: Your collection

Postby navneeth » Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:06 pm

Shapley wrote:
navneeth wrote:I hear it's one of the best, if not the.


Most likely. But then, how many complete sets of Bach's Sacred Cantata's can there be??????


I'm not sure if Gardiner has completed his. There's a contender, I suppose.
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Re: Your collection

Postby Shapley » Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:16 pm

The Bach - Masterworks Complete Edition contains them all, but they are the collected works of various artists.

Barnes & Noble list two sets, but they appear to be the same, under the baton of Nikolaus Harnoncourt, first released by Telarc in 1994 and re-released by Warner Classics in 2007. It is the Warner Release that lists Leonhardt in the top credits, but he appears on many of the individual track listings on the Telarc Set, leading me to believe they are the same.
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