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    Hi Friends -

    Berliner Phil has a free voucher at their site to access their incredible HD concert videos for FREE, as in the entire library! Incredible! Go to the site, register, and watch for weeks and weeks. I sent them a message thanking them for this amazing gift. Enjoy...

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    Thanks, Frank! I'm gonna see what they've got. I've been playing Mahler 3 all weekend trying to get more familiar with this one. I'm listening to Tennstedt / London Philharmonic.

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    Just read a biography of the Andriessen family and discovered this.


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    Wuorinen, one of the giants in my estimation.

    Just died on March 11.


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    Another great, Krystof Penderecki, just died yesterday, 3/29.

    My favorite violin concerto of all time, Violin Concerto No.2 'Metamorphosen'


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    More BSO at home free concerts to listen to. This week features 20th Century stuff.

    https://www.bso.org/brands/bso/at-ho...+BSO+at+Home_1

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    ^^awesome!
    "And this is the chorus.....or perhaps it's a bridge...."

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    Beaucoup of live streams of classical music during these fuckt up times.

    https://www.therestisnoise.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    Ah yes, Stravinsky and the Concertgebouworkest. Sadly the coronavirus has put paid to any public gatherings here in the Netherlands until September. I had been hoping to get tickets for an absolute humdinger of a show by the Concertgebouworkest and the National Ballet in June: Firebird and Petrushka and Rite of Spring.

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    Jianer Zhu - Symphonic Fantasia


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    Always loved this piece.....grew up with Lenny/NYP recording
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    Hans Abrahamsen: Wind Quintet No. 1 "Landscapes"





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    Jamming some Axel Borup-Jorgensen - Orchestral Works


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L. View Post
    Jamming some Axel Borup-Jorgensen - Orchestral Works
    That's a new one for me!
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    I was listening to John Fernstrom's String Quartet 5 and really enjoyed it...but no sign of it on Youtube, so here's a movement from #7. I'm not a big fan of chamber music in general, but I'm thinking I'll eventually be adding all of Fernstrom's stuff to my collection (I already have one or two CD's of symphonies). --Peter


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    Currently listening to Jianer Zhu - Symphony 1.


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    Balada - Lausanne


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