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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Sylph » Tue Jun 09, 2009 2:04 pm

Chalkperson wrote: Sure, it's a perfect typeface for what they want,
It is? :? I don't know... I don't like same-approach-for-all. Sure, OK, we need some kind of logo or whatever that easily distinguished one record label from the other, but same typeface for all CDs — no. And, by the way, I think it's becoming terribly overused (Gill Sans). It's a classic BBC font and I like it very, very much, but all this is beginning to ruin it for me.
Chalkperson wrote:I gave it all up after I used to wake up in the middle of the night worrying if something should be a Serif or Sans Serif typeface... :wink:
:mrgreen: That's a funny tale. Typography is great.

Does your studio do posters/covers, stuff like that? I think I asked you once: you have a person who chooses the typeface if needed?

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Tue Jun 09, 2009 2:39 pm

Saint-Saëns
Piano Concerto № 3 in E-flat Major, Opus 29
Jean-Philippe Collard
Royal Philharmonic
André Previn


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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Chalkperson » Tue Jun 09, 2009 3:52 pm

Sylph wrote:Does your studio do posters/covers, stuff like that? I think I asked you once: you have a person who chooses the typeface if needed?
My Digital Retoucher and I do it, we don't do layouts as much as we used to though...
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Donaldopato » Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:32 pm

One of the masters of 20th century brass music:

Malcolm Arnold, Symphony for Brass

Fine Arts Brass Ensemble

Nimbus NI5804 Arnold Complete Chamber Music For Brass
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Sylph » Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:33 pm

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Chalkperson » Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:41 pm

Sylph wrote:Image
Great CD that, Henry Slofstra is still trying to enjoy it... :wink:
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Sylph » Tue Jun 09, 2009 6:04 pm

Chalkperson wrote: Great CD that, Henry Slofstra is still trying to enjoy it... :wink:
Trying? He doesn't like it?

Is this your favourite version of the Sinfonia?

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by LSAmadeus » Tue Jun 09, 2009 6:07 pm

Respighi,the Fountains of Rome, Todaaki Otaka,BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Chalkperson » Tue Jun 09, 2009 10:19 pm

Sylph wrote:
Chalkperson wrote: Great CD that, Henry Slofstra is still trying to enjoy it... :wink:
Trying? He doesn't like it?

Is this your favourite version of the Sinfonia?
It was one of the first discs I recommended to him, I don't remember the others but they were much more mainstream, he keeps trying, maybe he likes it by now... :lol:

I have two recordings, this one and Boulez and the Swingle Singers on Erato, I prefer Eotvos...
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by maskedman » Tue Jun 09, 2009 11:40 pm

Chalkperson wrote:
Sylph wrote:
Chalkperson wrote: Great CD that, Henry Slofstra is still trying to enjoy it... :wink:
Trying? He doesn't like it?

Is this your favourite version of the Sinfonia?
It was one of the first discs I recommended to him, I don't remember the others but they were much more mainstream, he keeps trying, maybe he likes it by now... :lol:

I have two recordings, this one and Boulez and the Swingle Singers on Erato, I prefer Eotvos...
me to.....

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Wed Jun 10, 2009 8:42 am

Dmitri Dmitriyevich
Symphony № 10 in E Minor, Opus 93
Prague Symphony
Maksim Dmitriyevich


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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by LSAmadeus » Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:19 am

Karl,I'm curious as to why you refer to the composer as DD rather than DS?
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:35 am

LSAmadeus wrote:Karl,I'm curious as to why you refer to the composer as DD rather than DS?
A little tongue-in-cheek, in the impudence of my using so familiar a form. Conversationally in Russian, one politely addresses (or refers to) someone by the first name and patronymic (the middle name in Russian is always derived from the name of the father).

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by LSAmadeus » Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:44 am

karlhenning wrote:
LSAmadeus wrote:Karl,I'm curious as to why you refer to the composer as DD rather than DS?
A little tongue-in-cheek, in the impudence of my using so familiar a form. Conversationally in Russian, one politely addresses (or refers to) someone by the first name and patronymic (the middle name in Russian is always derived from the name of the father).

Cheers,
~Karl
Ah of course, as one who is trying to learn the russian language I should have realised!
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Chalkperson » Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:56 am

LSAmadeus wrote:Karl,I'm curious as to why you refer to the composer as DD rather than DS?
He's just showing off... :mrgreen:
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:04 pm

Chalkperson wrote:
LSAmadeus wrote:Karl,I'm curious as to why you refer to the composer as DD rather than DS?
He's just showing off... :mrgreen:
; )

Ничего подобного!

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Chalkperson » Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:30 pm

karlhenning wrote:
Chalkperson wrote:
LSAmadeus wrote:Karl,I'm curious as to why you refer to the composer as DD rather than DS?
He's just showing off... :mrgreen:
; )

Ничего подобного!

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Nothing of the sort, eh... :lol:
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by LSAmadeus » Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:35 pm

karlhenning wrote:

Ничего подобного!

Cheers,
~Karl[/color]
Hmmm
Niego podobnogo
Err•••
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:31 pm

LSAmadeus wrote:
karlhenning wrote:
Ничего подобного!
Hmmm
Niego podobnogo
Err•••
Well, you're missing the letter ch in the first word (which is also, BTW, the final letter in the name Shostakovich, Шостакович). And while you are correct in having identified the penultimate letter in each word as g, this is one of the (comparatively few) Russian orthographic anomalies. In the singular genitive case (for masculine or neuter nouns), the г in the inflected endings -его and -ого is actually pronounced v, not g.

(And there I may have confused you typographically, because г (Roman typeface) and г (Italic typeface) are the same letter . . . .)

Cheers,
~Karl
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:32 pm

Chalkperson wrote:
karlhenning wrote:Ничего подобного!
Nothing of the sort, eh... :lol:
: ^ )

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by piston » Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:42 pm

Dallapicola:
Vol de Nuit, opera in one act based on Antoine de St. Exupéry (1933/1935) (about 57:00). A work first performed nearly 10 years ago, on 12 June 1999. Some very good musical episodes, including his flight into an Andean storm, the terrible anguish felt by his recently wed wife, the initial panic of being lost in a plane that is running out of fuel, and the last, peaceful moments of his death.

Casella:
Serenade, for a small orchestra, op. 46bis (1930).
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by LSAmadeus » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:22 pm

karlhenning wrote:
LSAmadeus wrote:
karlhenning wrote:
Ничего подобного!
Hmmm
Niego podobnogo
Err•••
Well, you're missing the letter ch in the first word (which is also, BTW, the final letter in the name Shostakovich, Шостакович). And while you are correct in having identified the penultimate letter in each word as g, this is one of the (comparatively few) Russian orthographic anomalies. In the singular genitive case (for masculine or neuter nouns), the г in the inflected endings -его and -ого is actually pronounced v, not g.

(And there I may have confused you typographically, because г (Roman typeface) and г (Italic typeface) are the same letter . . . .)

Cheers,
~Karl
Ah the ch sound,thats what the ч is. I need a book with the russian alphabet in as a reference.
So its
Nichego podobnogo,and that means Nothing of the sort?
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by johnQpublic » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:38 pm

J. Strauss, Jr - Overture to "Der Carnival in Rom" (Walter/Marco Polo)
Grieg - Two Lyrc Pieces, Op. 68 (Jarvi/DG)
Britten - Soirees musicales after Rossini, Op. 9 (Bonynge/London)
Lilburn - Suite for Orchestra (Southgate/Continuum)
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by LSAmadeus » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:49 pm

Haydn symphonies 50,43"Mercury",58 and 59"Fire"
Hans Bruggen,Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment on Philips.
Three cheers for Mr Haydn!
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Chalkperson » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:58 pm

Sylph wrote:Image
How is that, I never bought it...
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Sylph » Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:01 pm

Chalkperson wrote: How is that, I never bought it...
Beautifully programmed, played with full technical assurance & very expressively...

Love it. Bach in particular. :D

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by bombasticDarren » Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:17 pm

Mozart -Piano Sonata No.3 (Uchida)
Bach - Harpsichord Concerto No.1 (Pinnock)
Stravinsky - 'Scherzo a la Russe', 'Scherzo Fantastique' and 'Fireworks' (composer)
Saint-Saens - Piano Concerto No.1 (Hough/Oramo)

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Wed Jun 10, 2009 5:29 pm

Haydn - symphonies 13 & 21 conducted by Dorati and Goodman (for comparison):

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Guitarist » Wed Jun 10, 2009 6:44 pm

Till Fellner's new CD: Bach's Two and Three Part Inventions, and the 5th French Suite. All are beautifully played and resonantly recorded.

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Wed Jun 10, 2009 7:34 pm

Berlioz
Grande symphonie funèbre et triomphale, Opus 15
Colin Davis cond


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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by piston » Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:01 pm

Charles Ives

Psalm 54, for chorus
Psalm 67, for chorus
Psalm 90, for chorus, bells & organ
Psalm 135, for chorus, brass, organ & percussion

Very modern sounding choral music but ...when? 1890s, 1900 or 1923?!!

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by LSAmadeus » Thu Jun 11, 2009 4:52 am

Daniel Barenboim playin Beethoven piano sonatas on Sky Arts 2.
He is rather good with these!
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Thu Jun 11, 2009 9:45 am

Schumann
Symphony № 3 in E-flat Major, Opus 97 Rhenish
iv. Feierlich
v. Lebhaft
Philharmonia Orchestra
Muti


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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Thu Jun 11, 2009 9:47 am

Schumann
Hermann und Dorothea Overture, Opus 136
Philharmonia Orchestra
Muti


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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Trilogy » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:00 am

Now listening to,
Richard Strauss - Don Juan Op.20, Tod und Verklärung Op.24, sprach Zarathustra Op.30 (Karajan / VP., Decca)

Later today ...

Paganini - 24 Capricci
(Mintz, DG)

Beethoven - Symphony No.1 in C Major, Op.21 & No. 3 in E Flat Major Op. 55 'Eroica'
(Karajan / BP., DG)

Paganini - Violin Concerto No.1 in D, Op.6
Sarasate - Carmen Fantasy Op. 25, Introduction et Tarentalle Op.43, Zigeunerweisen Op.20 'Gypsy Airs'
(Perlman / Royal Phil. Orch., EMI)

Beethoven - String Trio No.1 in G Major Op.9, No.2 in D Major Op.9, No.3 in C Minor Op.9
(Mutter, Giuranna, Rostropovich, DG)

"Music embodies feeling without forcing it to contend and
combine with thought, as it is forced in most arts and
especially in the art of words. If music has one advantage
over the other media through which a person can represent
the impressions of the soul, it owes this to its supreme
capacity to make each inner impulse audible without the
assistance of reason...Music presents at once the intensity
and the expression of feeling. It is the embodied and
intelligible essence of feeling, capable of being apprehended
by our senses. It permeates them like a dart, like a ray, like
a mist, like a spirit, and fills our soul."


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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by maestrob » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:01 am

Bach B minor Mass:

Popp/Watkinson/Adam/Buchner/Lorenz, Leipzig Radio Orchestra, New Bach Collegium, cond. by Peter Schreier.

Heavenly.

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:02 am

Schumann
Die Braut von Messina Overture, Opus 100
Philharmonia Orchestra
Muti


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Post by Jared » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:04 am

karlhenning wrote:Schumann
Die Braut von Messina Overture, Opus 100
Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Wildner


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Post by karlhenning » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:17 am

Hah! : )

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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by karlhenning » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:27 am

Saint-Saëns
Piano Concerto № 4 in C Minor, Opus 44
Jean-Philippe Collard
Royal Philharmonic
André Previn


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Post by karlhenning » Thu Jun 11, 2009 10:48 am

Saint-Saëns
Piano Concerto № 5 in F, Opus 103 Egyptian
Jean-Philippe Collard
Royal Philharmonic
André Previn


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Post by karlhenning » Thu Jun 11, 2009 2:27 pm

Saint-Saëns
Wedding-Cake Caprice-Valse, Opus 76
Africa Fantasy, Opus 89
Jean-Philippe Collard
Royal Philharmonic
André Previn


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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by bombasticDarren » Thu Jun 11, 2009 2:45 pm

Mozart - Piano Sonata No.4 (Uchida)
Bach - Harpsichord Concerto No.1 (Pinnock)...yes, again!
Dvorak - Cello Concerto (in B minor) (Wallfisch/Mackerras)

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Post by karlhenning » Thu Jun 11, 2009 2:48 pm

Peter Mennin
Concertato, Moby Dick (1952)
Fantasia for String Orchestra (1946)
Albany Symphony
David Alan Miller


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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by johnQpublic » Thu Jun 11, 2009 4:06 pm

Farrenc - Concert Overture #2 (Goritzki/cpo)
Berlioz - Sara la baigneuse (Davis/London)
Gounod - Symphony #2 (Gallois/Naxos)
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Fergus » Thu Jun 11, 2009 4:45 pm

Holst: The Planets played by the London Philharmonic Orch. / Solti:

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Post by Thomas J » Thu Jun 11, 2009 8:24 pm

ImageShostakovich -Symphony #8, Barshai, WDR SO

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Post by karlhenning » Fri Jun 12, 2009 2:13 pm

Haydn
Symphony № 21 in A Major
Symphony № 22 in E-flat Major, The Philosopher
Symphony № 23 in G Major
Symphony № 24 in D Major
Symphony № 25 in C Major
Symphony № 26 in D Minor, Lamentatione
Symphony № 27 in G Major
Symphony № 28 in A Major
Symphony № 29 in E Major
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra
Adám Fischer


Cheers,
~Karl
Karl Henning, PhD
Composer & Clarinetist
Boston, Massachusetts
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Re: What are YOU listening to today?

Post by Jared » Fri Jun 12, 2009 2:29 pm

^^ Karl, couldn't you have inverted Symphonies 25 and 26, just for the hell of it??... :twisted:


:wink:

for me, Schumann, Liszt, Beethoven & Schubert chamber works... an assortment of.. :)

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