Tag Archives: Renaissance Music

[0133] Mozart: Flute, Harp and Clarinet Concertos – Emmanuel Pahud, Sabine Meyer, Marie-Pierre Langlament, Claudio Abbado, Berliner Philharmoniker

[0133] Mozart: Flute, Harp and Clarinet Concertos - Emmanuel Pahud, Sabine Meyer, Marie-Pierre Langlament, Claudio Abbado, Berliner Philharmoniker

Mozart : Flute, Harp and Clarinet ConcertosEmmanuel Pahud : FluteMarie-Pierre Langlament : HarpSabine Meyer : Basset-ClarinetBerliner PhilharmonikerClaudio Abbado Classics, December 23, 2008: Mozart: Flute, Harp and Clarinet Concertos – Emmanuel Pahud, Sabine Meyer, Marie-Pierre Langlament, Claudio Abbado, Berliner Philharmoniker Source link

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[0132] Handel: Complete Organ Concertos – Simon Preston, Ursula Holliger, Trevor Pinnock, The English Concert

[0132] Handel: Complete Organ Concertos - Simon Preston, Ursula Holliger, Trevor Pinnock, The English Concert

Handel : Complete Organ ConcertosSimon Preston, Ursula Holliger Trevor Pinnock The English Concert Simon Preston : OrganUrsula Holliger : HarpSimon Standage : ViolinAnthony Pleeth : VioloncelloRichard Webb : VioloncelloAlastair Mitchell : BassoonFelix Warnock : BassoonEnglish Concert OrchestraConductor : Trevor Pinnock Classics, December 22, 2008: Source link

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[0131] Requiem : The world΄s most moving music. Original Soundtrack Recordings

[0131] Requiem : The world΄s most moving music. Original Soundtrack Recordings

Requiem : The world΄s most moving music Original Soundtrack Recordings Roberto AlagnaGraig ArmstrongManuel BarruecoSir Adrian BoultChoir of Downside AbbeyLesley GarretKarl JenkinsKing’s College ChoirLiberaTasmin LittleSir Neville MarrinerJordi SavallJulia ThorntonWinchester Cathedral ChoirChoir of Worcester Cathedral This collection of the most moving music of all time covers an enormous range of works from …

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[0128] Beethoven: Piano Sonatas No.14, 8 and 23 – Daniel Barenboim

[0128] Beethoven: Piano Sonatas No.14, 8 and 23 - Daniel Barenboim

Ludwig van Beethoven : Piano Sonatas Moonlight, Pathétique, Appassionata Daniel Barenboim Recording 5/1981 and 12/1983 “…Barenboim brings two clear gains—the inclusion of the finale repeat in the Appassionata and a more flowing tempo for the first movement of the Moonlight. The Appassionata finale is if anything even more daring, even …

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