Popular Classical Music

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  1. wskl
    No problem, I should be thanking you too for creating this thread :beerchug:

    Always good discovering new music and listening to fresh performances of existing classics :beyersmile:
     
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  2. Pokemonn
     
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  3. Head1
    Dvorak - Romance - Isaac Stern, Eugene Ormandy, Phildelphia Orchestra

     
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  4. Head1
    Debussy - Reverie - Monique Haas

     
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  5. Head1
    Jose Maria Gallardo del Rey - Preludio - Irina Kulikova

     
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  6. Head1
    Mozart - Piano Concerto 23 - Clara Haskil / Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana & Otmar Nussio

     
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  7. Head1
    Leonard Cohen - Hallelujah - Stephanie Jones & Jakob Schmidt

    with a touch of Jeff Buckley

     
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  8. Christer
    Just a reminder for those who want to view and listen to some good concerts for free.
    GSOplay ie The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra has got some very nice videos up. Just log onto GSO play.
    Verdi's Requiem may not count as popular classical for everyone.
    But imho it is a good performance worth seeing or just listening to.

    Cheers Christer
     
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  10. Light - Man
    Thanks Christer for reminding us about https://www.gso.se/en/gsoplay/

    I have selected a few pieces, again as you say - they are not really on the popular side of the street.

    A nice relaxing section starts at 9' in (24' in total)

    Note: Available until 10 December 2017 ( only a few days left)

    Ravel Piano Concerto in G Major - Hélène Grimaud piano

    https://www.gso.se/en/gsoplay/video/ravel-grimaud/




    “A shimmering and luminous reading of Ravel’s G Major Concerto”. Hélène Grimaud starts off magnificently as Artist in Residence of the Gothenburg Symphony 2017-2018.

    The critic Magnus Haglund of Göteborgs-Posten was quite impressed by the performance: “An extremely convincing reading of Ravel’s G Major concerto.” An inventive and colourful concerto from 1931, influenced by jazz rhythms, George Gershwin, Stravinsky and Basque folk music blended with softer, more mystical passages and a presto finale that’s not for the faint hearted. Qualities that Hélène Grimaud expresses with elegance, clarity and dexterity.

    Ravel Piano Concerto in G
    Participants
    Gothenburg Symphony
    Lionel Bringuier conductor
    Hélène Grimaud piano
    Recorded for GSOplay 7 september 2017


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    Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No.1 - Nicola Benedetti Violin (40')


    Note: Available until 30 December 2017

    https://www.gso.se/en/gsoplay/video/benedetti/



    “It was thrilling to hear and watch Nicola Benedetti in a truly risk-taking performance that lived so much in the body and fused the sinews of the violin and the nerve-system of the player.” (Hilary Finch, The Times.)

    Risk-taking and curiosity characterise British violinist Nicola Benedetti, born in Scotland with roots in Italy. She is just as happy to play Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons as she is to play a new piece by Turnage or a commissioned work by jazz trumpet player Wynton Marsalis. She also plays the big violin concertos with the finest performers, such as Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1 with the London Symphony Orchestra and Valery Gergiev on Trafalgar Square. Enjoy the very same concerto recorded live in Gothenburg with conductor Thomas Søndergaard.

    Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No.1 (40')
    Gothenburg Symphony
    Thomas Søndergård Conductor
    Nicola Benedetti Violin
    Recorded for GSOplay 27 April 2017
     
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  11. Head1
    Daniel Barenboim gives his thoughts (5 minutes each) on some popular piano works. Here are a couple:


    Beethoven - Moonlight sonata




    Brahms - Piano Concerto no. 1

     
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  12. Head1
    Bach - Concerto BWV 1056 Largo - Wilhelm Kempff

     
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  13. Head1
    Handel - Dead March of Saul arr. Stokowski - Matthias Bamert & BBC Philharmonic

     
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  14. Light - Man
    John Williams - Star Wars Suite, all the way from the land of Danish pastry ( a moment on the lips - a lifetime on the hips :ksc75smile:)

    (Starts 5' in)

     
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