Fischer / ZKO: Rossini, Petite Messe Solennelle — Zurich, 2015-05-23

A re-encounter with a fascinating composition in concert, with some excellent soloists (Rachel Harnisch, Judith Schmid, Vsevolod Grivnov, and Klaus Mertens), the Zürcher Konzertchor and the ZKO — followed by a late re-encounter with a legendary recording featuring Kari Lövaas, Brigitte Fassbaender, Peter Schreier, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, the Münchner Vokalsolisten, and Wolfgang Sawallisch conducting and accompanying (…)


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Mozart: Violin Sonatas

Comparing recordings with the following artists: Müllejans/Bezuidenhout (2008), Tetzlaff/Vogt (2011), Oistrakh/Badura-Skoda (1972), Grumiaux/Haskil (1956)


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Bach: St.John Passion BWV 245

Bach, St.John Passion BWV 245, with the following artists: Harnoncourt / Equiluz (1965), Jochum / Haefliger (1967), Rotzsch / Schreier (1976), Koopman / de Mey (1993), Suzuki / Türk (1998), Gardiner / Padmore (2003), Layton / Bostridge (2012)


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Wagner: Siegfried

Der Ring des Nibelungen, part 3 — comparing 2 recordings: Furtwängler (1953, Rome), with Suthaus, Patzak, Frantz, Greindl, Klose, Streich, Mödl, etc.; Janowski (1980), with Kollo, Schreier, Adam, Nimsgern, Salminen, Wenkel, Sharp, Altmeyer etc.


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Wagner: Das Rheingold

Der Ring des Nibelungen, part 1 — comparing 2 recordings: Furtwängler (1953, Rome), with Frantz, Windgassen, Neidlinger, Patzak, Grümmer, Greindl, Frick, etc.; Janowski (1980), with Adam, Minton, Schreier, Nimsgern, Wenkel, Salminen, Popp, Schwarz


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Schubert: Vocal (2/3/4) — Berlioz: Requiem (Diary 2013-02-17)

Franz Schubert: Vocal Duets, Trios and Quartets — Ameling/Baker/Schreier/Laubenthal/Fischer-Dieskau/Gerald Moore; Hector Berlioz: Requiem (Grande messe des morts), op.5 — Ozawa/Boston Symphony Orchestra/Tanglewood Festival Chorus


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