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Re: Performing the completed B9

Hi Anneliese, Nice photo. Thanks for the upload. If I'm correct, sound-engineers often use the best parts of all available recorded material of the successive
bertbrouwer_62
Jun 29
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11568

Re: Performing the completed B9

Hello Bert, Its been a while since my last posting but this subject of the "finished" B9 being the preferred version intrigued me. Rattle and the BPO
annelieseanderle
Jun 28
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11567

Re: Spot Bruckner in this painting

According to this website, Bruckner represents Simon: http://www.artic.edu/sites/default/files/libraries/pubs/1892/AIC1892UhdeSupper_comb.pdf
bertbrouwer_62
Jun 18
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11566

Re: Spot Bruckner in this painting

Schonzeler says in his book that being depicted in this way was "an honour which made a particularly deep impression" on Bruckner. Alastair Fewins
ALASTAIR FEWINS
Jun 17
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11565

Re: Spot Bruckner in this painting

I'm curious if the composer would have approved of this portrayal, given his piousness and modesty. From: "bertbrouwer_62@... [antonbrucknerclub]"
Ray Barnes
Jun 17
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11564

Re: Spot Bruckner in this painting

I think he is the one on the extreme left. I wonder which Apostle he represents? Not Judas, anyway! Forgive this intrusion from a lurker of several years'
Oliver Mundy
Jun 17
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11563

Spot Bruckner in this painting

Who can spot Bruckner in this painting? http://wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Last_Supper_(1886),_by_Fritz_von_Uhde.jpg
bertbrouwer_62
Jun 17
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11562

Re: Performing the completed B9

I happen to have the recording of Sibelius #2 played by Okko Kamu and the BPO, re-released in a very good sound quality by the way in the Virtuoso series of
bertbrouwer_62
Apr 1
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11561

Re: Performing the completed B9

Up here in Seattle we were just treated to a survey of all seven of the symphonies, plus the Violin Concerto, Finlandia and the Andante Festivo with the
Alan Carrier
Mar 31
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11560

Re: Performing the completed B9

Since we are on the subject of Jean Sibelius, I have all seven of his symphonies (two of the second) plus Kullervo (Jorma Panula), and all the tone poems.
hohenstaufen2_15001
Mar 31
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11559

Re: Performing the completed B9

I've listened to B9/Sibelius #7 a few times now, and although this combination was never intended of course, I now think it's beautiful nonetheless. So thanks
bertbrouwer_62
Mar 27
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11558

Re: Performing the completed B9

Yesterday I listened to the three mvt. B9, followed by Sibelius #7... an interesting experience.
bertbrouwer_62
Mar 22
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11557

Re: Performing the completed B9

There is a performance of the completed 9th in London on December 16th 2015. Listing and tickets: Beethoven, Bruckner | Barbican Hall | 16 December at 19:30 |
happysnapper50
Mar 19
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11556

Re: Haitink and B8

The Bruckner 8th is also my favorite, though I've not done the Knappertsbusch. It's interesting to think about any number of German musicians in that era who
Nathan Woolsey
Mar 16
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11555

Re: Performing the completed B9

That's an interesting idea -ending the 9th finale in peaceful resignation- that never crossed my mind. Lately I've been listening to Sibelius' 7th from time to
bertbrouwer_62
Mar 16
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