Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by paulspud, Apr 29, 2005.
The Royal Marines Band's new CD - "Summon the Heroes" - very good!
Dvorak: Symphonic Poems.
12 Studies in the minor keys, op.39.
Jack Gibbons, piano.
Masterpieces of Renaissance Polyphony.
Westminster Caqthedral Choir,
"Brillante" - euphonium solos and duets by Derrick & Stephen Kane, accompanied by Susan Avison.
"That's the Spirit!" by Kettering Band.
Violin Concerti by Prokovief, Sibelius, Glazounov, Brahms and Tchaikovsky, played by Jascha Heifetz, with various orchestras and conductors.
Mahler: Symphony No.4.LPO/Jascha Horenstein.
Elgar - though I'm not going to say which bit because I feel a transcription coming on.....
With wonderful deathless ditties
We build up the world's great ctities.
And out of a fabulous, fabulous story
We fashion an empire's glory
Bet it's not that
Please let it be Elgar Cello Concerto transcribed for BBb
[I've been replacing my old tapes on iTunes ]
Yer not as far away as yer might think.....
Though I realise you spoke in jest, that is one of the pieces which I simply have to leave alone out of respect for how truly heart-stopping it is, and how that would inevitably render inferior any transcription of it I could do.
Elgar variations (Ellerby). a sit's the senior cup terstr piece next year. already looking forward to that as I'm getting a bit bored with Battle Creek now
Battle Creek strangely enough......
[h=1]john mayer-cissy strut [/h]Live
Donald Dagon the nightfly. Bought it the day it came out and still great album
Brass band wise. The devil and the deep blue sea. But hard going.
Prefer alternative in car cd stacker, diadem of gold.
Les Neish: Salt of the Earth.
A newly acquired CD of the Central Band of the Royal Air Force "Reach for the Sky," Thanks to some of my good friends here on TMP. It is a great CD.
Christmas Music with the Choir of The Sixteen, Harry Christophers.
There was this great programme on BBC4, on Friday night, featuring this choir and the mnusic of Tomas luis de Victoria. Whose 500th anniversary of his birth is being widely celebrated.
I have also seen this choir live, earlier on this year. Well worthy acuiriong tickets for a concert of theirs!
Spirits of Puccini- Pallhuber.
Black Box Recorder - The Facts Of Life. It is Aural sex.
Boelmann: Suite Gothique; Franck: Prelude, Fugue and Variations, Op.18; Choral No.3; Lefebure-Wely: Andante, "choer de oix Humane; Vierne: Carillon de Westmister; Alain: Litanies, Op.79; Prelude et Fugue sur le nomme Alain, Op.7;Widor: Symphony No.9, 'Gothique'; Symphony no.5, Toccata. Christian von Blohn, organ.
Concerti for Orchestrra by Bartok and Lutoslawski. Cleveland Orchestra/Christoph von Dohnanyi.
Tavener: Choral music. Polyphony, Stephen Layton.
'In Classical Mood'. Nigel Ogden(Cavaille-Coll organ of Manchester Town Hall).
In Classical Mood - Nigel Ogden - Cavaille Coll organ of Manchester town hall.
Widoriade - Herman Van Vliet - Cavaille Coll organ of St Ouen, Rouen.
Organ Concertos by Wesley Handel Stanley and Arne - Gerard Brooks/Langham Sinfonia.
Lemmens/Lefebure Wely - Patrice Caire - organ of St Pierre de St. Chamond
The Flower Of All Virginity - Music from the Eton Choirbook - Harry Christophers/The Sixteen
The Sixteen at Sixteen - Harry Christophers/The Sixteen
Bolero - Canadian Brass
Be Faithful - Fatman Scoop.
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