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I love that recording. Never heard on vinyl though.
 
Herbie definitely knew how to whack true granduer of Bruckner. 
 
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Still haven't got chance to explore Bruckner but always on my list.

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Still breaking in the new DIY Mimic Carbon MM stage I'm looking for a variety of LPs to play. I usually stay away from the Brandenburg's as they get played way too often. Being a Deutsche Gram recording I knew sonically it would be good. Glad I played it. It was really enjoyable and the record is in excellent condition.

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Still haven't got chance to explore Bruckner but always on my list.

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Love my Bruckner.


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Johann Sebastian Bach, Pierre Fournier ‎ Suiten Für Violoncello Solo Nr.5 C-Moll, BWV 1011 / Nr.6 D-Dur, BWV 1012.

Archiv Produktion ‎198 188 Series: IX. Forschungsbereich Das Schaffen Johann Sebastian Bachs Serie I: Kammermusik Germany 1961.

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Citroen   

Just cleaned and had a quick scan of some more classical lps I picked up today from the local Op Shop, mainly WRC versions -

Handel Watermusic - Leppard, ECO
Vivaldi - Five Flute and Recorder Concertos - Linde, PCO
Willliams, String Quartets, Mof LG, 
Schubert Trout Quintet, Menuhin, Amadeus Quartet
Shostakovich Sym 10, USSR Sym Orch, Svetlanov
Beethoven Mass in C, Beecham, RPO
Mozart Piano Concertos, A Fischer, Philharmonia Orch, Boult
Ravel/Saint Saens Piano Trios, de la Pau, Yan and Paul Tortelier

All but the Mass in C are in excellent condition.

Read more: http://darklantern.proboards.com/thread/248/opp-shop-score?page=1#ixzz4qSf28VrV

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mickj1   

Just been enjoying the interplay on this:

 

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To quote Alfred (not Albert) Einstein: ‘Each instrument is primus inter pares, every note is significant …’  speaking of Mozart’s Divertimento in E flat major for string trio.

 

cheers

 

mick

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