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Re: [furt-l] Violin Concerto Op. 61 I agree. There is no Beethoven concerto with de Vito and Furtwangler recordings. Only, 3 Menuhin, one Schneiderhan, et one Rohn concudcted by Furt. Martin
martinr56
Oct 6, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Violin Concerto Op. 61 Dear Friends, Alan Carrier is right, it's only bits but what I have heard is impossible to associate to Furtwängler conducting... Thank you for the
mutokukai@...
Oct 4, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Violin Concerto Op. 61 De Vito married David Bicknell, EMI’s director of classical recordings, in 1949. -Lofty ... * POSTED to furt-l - the Furtwangler Mailing List * Send new
Lofty Becker
Sep 28, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Violin Concerto Op. 61 I have the complete performance forst issued on the Italien label "Idis". I believe the Andromeda edition is just bits and pieces as opposed to the entire
Alan Carrier
Sep 28, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Violin Concerto Op. 61 I have both the Brahms and the Mendelsson with F and RaI Torino. Didn't know they ever did the Beethoven. She was a so-so player....I think married to an
Lee Schipper
Sep 28, 2005
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[furt-l] Violin Concerto Op. 61 I was recently offered a set of CDs from ANDROMEDA (?) CD NUMBER 6 includes parts of a recording, exeedingly poor in sound and (to me) musical qualities. Has
mutokukai@...
Sep 28, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] andante.com Thanks for the warning. I went to their site this morning to check out an interesting Szell recording, clicked on the audio samples, and was treated to several
Lofty Becker
Sep 25, 2005
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[furt-l] andante.com Lured by a handful of Furtwängler recordings and a very useful discography, I decided to subscribe to the andante.com site, which is very attractive in terms
Simon Trezise
Sep 25, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Thoughtful comments on Vienna Philharmonic website ... My attempted translation: Harnoncourt, who conducted the Verdi Requiem in the morning and in the afternoon gave his own reminiscences of his great
Eric Kisch
Sep 16, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Thoughtful comments on Vienna Philharmonic website Interesting. I talked about Nov 30 with Elisabeth Furtwaengler in June, and she still was very distressed over the cancellation of the concert in PAris, which
EskenasyV@...
Sep 13, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Thoughtful comments on Vienna Philharmonic website Interesting. I talked about Nov 30 with Elisabeth Furtwaengler in June, and she still was very distressed over the cancellation of the concert in PAris, which
Lee Schipper
Sep 13, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Thoughtful comments on Vienna Philharmonic website ... Vienna Philharmonics chairman Clemens Hellsberg when he declared Nikolaus Harnoncourt honorary member of the orchestra.
Georg Zöllner
Sep 13, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Thoughtful comments on Vienna Philharmonicwebsite Many thanks for that interesting VPO article. Article 0392 at the same url has an interesting account of the VPO members during the last weeks of WWII, before
Edwin Bock
Sep 12, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Thoughtful comments on Vienna Philharmonic website Very interesting. Who wrote it? ... Hello folks, While this is not timely, I figure it can't hurt to share something before this list stagnates further. The
Lee Schipper
Sep 12, 2005
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[furt-l] Thoughtful comments on Vienna Philharmonic website Hello folks, While this is not timely, I figure it can't hurt to share something before this list stagnates further. The weblink offers some very well
Randy Stanley
Sep 12, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] ping! Ping , the list seems to be dead!!!! Martin ... ______________________________________________________ Yahoo! for Good Watch the Hurricane Katrina Shelter
Martin Richard
Sep 11, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] ping! zing! or as Beethoven would have written: "Seid Umzungen, Millionen Dieser Ping der ganzen Welt." ... Tingggggg. ... From: "Neil" To:
Lee Schipper
Sep 11, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] ping! Tingggggg. ... From: "Neil" To: Sent: Sunday, September 11, 2005 5:56 AM Subject: [furt-l] ping! ... * POSTED to furt-l
Edwin Bock
Sep 11, 2005
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[furt-l] ping! ... * POSTED to furt-l - the Furtwangler Mailing List * Send new posts to furt-l@... * To unsubscribe, go to http:// www.thump.org/furtl.html *
Neil
Sep 11, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Is the April 19, 1942 Beethoven Ninth not the most exc I think he's just talking about which stations are connected.. I will listen again. On the 1936 Lohengrin act iii he clearly says "In the presence of the
Lee Schipper
Jul 27, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Is the April 19, 1942 Beethoven Ninth not the most exc NOt bad at all. I thought too that it should be worst. Did you understand the german commentary at the end of the cd; I don't. But is it of a certain
Martin Richard
Jul 27, 2005
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[furt-l] Is the April 19, 1942 Beethoven Ninth not the most excitin Those in the audience not withstanding, I am struck by the firmness of the performance -- solidly in F's hands. Further, I find the sound quality fine for its
Lee Schipper
Jul 26, 2005
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[furt-l] Schubert Lieder with Callas and Gould at the piano In the French Diapason Music Magazine, they suggested a Schubert Lieder CD with Callas signing accompanied by Glenn Gould at the piano.? Lots of people get
Martin Richard
Jul 8, 2005
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[furt-l] Bruckner 8 from bbc?!!? What about your Bruckner 8 from BBC? Martin Canada ... ____________________________________________________ Sell on Yahoo! Auctions – no fees. Bid on great
Martin Richard
Jul 8, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Verdi REquiem par Furtwangler If you find the complete Parsifal by Furtwangler, then I will be very pleased. And it will be a marvelous spoof... Martin ...
Martin Richard
Jul 8, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Verdi REquiem par Furtwangler I was the person that identified numerous fakes in the 1970s and had them withdrawn from an important japanese catalogue : Schubert 2 an d3, 1946 (!) Schubert
Lee Schipper
Jul 8, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Was Verdi Requiem now sequeing to "Beat the Devil" And "Beat the Devil" has one of the best movie "bits" with Peter Lorre's "What is Time?" speech followed by Bumphrey Hogart's retort "It walks, it talks, it
Alan Carrier
Jul 8, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Verdi REquiem par Furtwangler Why stupid? The original was very clever and fooled those who took it too seriously without reading carefully and looking at all the information given. Of
Eric Kisch
Jul 8, 2005
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Re: [furt-l] Verdi REquiem par Furtwangler Yes it was a joke. a stupid joke. Alain ... __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam
Alain L Perron
Jul 8, 2005
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[furt-l] Verdi REquiem par Furtwangler http://minilien.com/?cwM4SSO9EE Never heard of it? NOt mentionned in official discography of Furt. Is is a joke or what? Martin canada
Martin Richard
Jul 8, 2005
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