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anybody have this? opinions?

 

 

my organ teacher's album is beautifully played volume 1 of many to come!

 

Johann Sebastian Bach: The Complete Organ Works

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Is David Goode >  son of Richard Goode?

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anybody have this? opinions?

 

 

Bathe her and bring her to me unsullied…

 

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my organ teacher's album is beautifully played volume 1 of many to come!

 

 

I don't need another man to teach me to use my organ, thx. In all seriousness: awesome. Any planned end-date for the cycle?

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Is David Goode >  son of Richard Goode?

no haha

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Bathe her and bring her to me unsullied…

 

 

I don't need another man to teach me to use my organ, thx. In all seriousness: awesome. Any planned end-date for the cycle?

Not sure about the end date sadly

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 That's why I'm on here -- learning new stuff.  :beerchug:

 

 

Me too!

 


Grasshopper!

 

 

 

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Max Richter - Vivaldi Four Seasons Recomposed

 

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This is a very good recording, I am really starting to like the 9th, very nice symphony in every way.

 

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Tannhauser, DG, Domingo, Baltsa, Studer. Sinopoli, 1989. Superb.

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This is a very good recording, I am really starting to like the 9th, very nice symphony in every way.

 

 

The Largo is divine, a bit nostalgic. Iconic, really. Try the 9th with Kubelik, Berlin Phil, and also Dohnanyi/Cleveland, Reiner/Chicago.

 

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Tannhauser, DG, Domingo, Baltsa, Studer. Sinopoli, 1989. Superb.

I've heard this recording. very nice. Not into Wagner that much (too LONG), but this one is great.

:beerchug:

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Really enjoyed this one:

 

Not particularly "hard" music. The Bates piece in particular sounds like kind of a SimCity soundtrack on crack. But worth a listen, and the sonics are great.

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Hey folks I am selling my MDR-1R, used for one year only at home, mint condition, all accessories including both set of cables (normal & mic-buli in)

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:eek: me like!

 


found this very interesting ..

 


Edited by Quinto - 2/9/16 at 4:11pm
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:eek: me like!

 

 

 

Good recordings. Enjoyed them much, especially this pairing. Another set (complete) I like is Ashkenazy/Perlman on Decca.

 

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I am new to classical. Where do you guys find these to listen to them? I am having a hard time figuring out how to search for this stuff. Do you look by composer?
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