Moderator: Nicole Marie
Shapley wrote:There go those odd-numbered symphonies again. 1 and 3, sheesh, and what's wrong with 2 and 4?
It's a conspiracy, I tell you.
navneeth wrote:Speaking of Dvorak, I've listened to the 8th once, and it was an immediate hit with me (Should request it one of these days). I actually looked for a CD containing both 8 and 9, but alas, there were none. (7 and 8, 9 and cello concerto, etc.)
I'm surprised there isn't a CD with both the 8th and 9th. I know I've seen some with # 7 and # 9 on it.
Catmando wrote:Catmando wrote:Sept. 28th
Schoenberg: Chamber Symphony No. 1
Beethoven: Leonore Overture No. 2
Beethoven: Symphony No. 1
Woo hoo, concert tonight! I wish it was the # 3 version of Leonore Overture playing as that is my favorite of the three, but # 2 is very similar.
Shap, I've mentioned before that I really enjoy Beethoven's 4th, and I even setup a poll where I mentioned that I think his 4th Symphony is his most underrated. Come to think of it, I really like the 4th Symphony of Brahms, Bruckner, Mahler and Dvorak.
I also really like Pastoral # 6.
Shapley wrote:I've always heard that rates of alcoholism were lower in Europe than in America. Shapley
Users browsing this forum: No registered users