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Rich replied on Fri, Nov 30 2012 8:50 PM

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elephant:
Does no one else like classical music !

Certainly! But actually purchasing classical music is a vast mine field and often disappointing. Therefore I am mostly on the mercy of our domestic broadcasting company which runs a 24h classical music radio channel on DVB (and on FM at night), and another commercial channel, which is sponsored by the Chinese and often interrupted with thoroughly annoying propag... feature programs.

I do have a short collection though; I've never been disappointed at anything composed by Arvo Pärt (Estonian, 1935-) or sung by Magdalena Kožená (Czech, blonde). Every summer me and the FS visit a festival on modern music (Hindemith, John Harvey, Saariaho, stuff like that) and I enjoy it immensely, but for some reason it never works for me when listening a recoding. Concentration problem, I guess.

Excellent points about buying and listening.

Most of my classical purchases have started with interest generated from film.  A Clockwork Orange led to buying Beethoven's 9th.  I've seen the 9th a few times live (AMAZING) which let to me seeing Eroica (is that the 3rd or 7th - don't remember).  And of course I have a copy of the 5th.

Amadeus led to an interest in, among other things, the Magic Flute (seen live) and Don Giovanni (bought a four record set 20 years ago).  Also, my surname is Haffner, so I have a couple copies of the 35th, and doesn't everyone have Eine Kleine Nachtmusik?

As for finding something new to own, magazine reviews were always my source.

What is great about some of the streaming services today, and I suppose Apple's "genius," is the idea that you input A and they spit out B for you to try.  Is there an analog (no pun intended) for classical?  I like Beethoven's 9th and the Magic Flute, but will put a bullet in my head if I ever hear that one tune from the Nutcracker again.  So what should I buy next?


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Piaf replied on Fri, Nov 30 2012 10:01 PM

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am particularly fond of piano playing by amazing people like Horowitz who was still recording when he was in his eighties

I was fortunate enough I see the maestro in concert in Sarasota; even the best recordings do not to him justice. Horowitz took liberties in concert playing the music the way HE thought it should be written. It was spellbinding!

 

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elephant replied on Fri, Nov 30 2012 10:05 PM

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elephant:
am particularly fond of piano playing by amazing people like Horowitz who was still recording when he was in his eighties

I was fortunate enough I see the maestro in concert in Sarasota; even the best recordings do not to him justice.

 

Jeff

You were very lucky !  I only got as close as being in New York the night of a concert ... could not even be a Neil Diamond tree person Laughing

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or sung by Magdalena Kožená (Czech, blonde)

you forgot to mention her stunningly blue eyes !!

I bought this one from iTunes and you are right she has an exquisite voice

 

 


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Piaf replied on Fri, Nov 30 2012 10:48 PM

 

You were very lucky !  I only got as close as being in New York the night of a concert ... could not even be a Neil Diamond tree person Laughing

I was definitely lucky to have a family that wished to encourage my interest in music as a kid.

 

In addition to Vladimir Horowitz, I also was treated to watching Arthur Rubinstein, Van Cliburn, Pinchas Zukerman, Victor Borge, and dare I say it Liberace, who was far better known as a showman, but was in fact an accomplished pianist.

 

Victor Borge and Liberace were entertainers, and they were great at it, but both men were true musicians in ever sense of the word.

 

I remember vividly that Van Cliburn was an absolute perfectionist, his playing being virtually flawless. However I enjoyed both Horowitz and Rubinstein more BECAUSE they took liberties with the music and appeared to actually be having fun performing. They were both charming in a word. Yes - thumbs up

 

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elephant replied on Fri, Nov 30 2012 11:24 PM

Rich:

Excellent points about buying and listening.

Most of my classical purchases have started with interest generated from film.  A Clockwork Orange led to buying Beethoven's 9th.  I've seen the 9th a few times live (AMAZING) which let to me seeing Eroica (is that the 3rd or 7th - don't remember).  And of course I have a copy of the 5th.

Amadeus led to an interest in, among other things, the Magic Flute (seen live) and Don Giovanni (bought a four record set 20 years ago).  Also, my surname is Haffner, so I have a couple copies of the 35th, and doesn't everyone have Eine Kleine Nachtmusik?

As for finding something new to own, magazine reviews were always my source.

What is great about some of the streaming services today, and I suppose Apple's "genius," is the idea that you input A and they spit out B for you to try.  Is there an analog (no pun intended) for classical?  I like Beethoven's 9th and the Magic Flute, but will put a bullet in my head if I ever hear that one tune from the Nutcracker again.  So what should I buy next?

Well it is so individual, but

... for peaceful I love Claudio Arrau - Beethoven: Piano Sonata #21 In C, Op. 53, "Waldstein"

... then Emil Gilels - Beethoven: Piano Sonata #29 In B Flat, Op. 106, "Hammerklavier"

... and I am a bit of a nut for this one, I have three recordings ! Vladimir Ashkenazy - Mussorgsky: Pictures At An Exhibition

And I enjoy "The Planets" and "The New World"

My favourite operas are Carmen (for the music and the story), The Magic Flute (see live), and Taurandot's opening scene.

And there are some universally acknowledge outstanding performances such as Jacqueline Du Pre's rendition of Elgar's Cello Concerto

I have a number of books on starting classical collections

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Rich replied on Sat, Dec 1 2012 1:11 AM
It has been a bourbon-soaked, vintage lp listening night. Play list, so far, current first:

Boomtown Rats V Deep

Beatles Abbey Road

Talking Heads Stop Making Sense

Steely Dan Aja

I'm thinking Eagles Long Run next unless FS says let's watch BBT. (Audio was effed up last night.)


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Piaf replied on Sat, Dec 1 2012 2:39 AM

Hi Søren,

 

I just listened to Hanne Boel and was surprised to hear her sing in English. Very pretty lady with a nice voice. Thanks for the introduction. Smile

 

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Per replied on Sat, Dec 1 2012 12:58 PM

Tycho's new LP 'Dive' is such a beauty.

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Evan replied on Sat, Dec 1 2012 11:18 PM

Just found the recordings of the US Air Force Band. My uncle is a Master Sergeant in the Air Force Strings and plays the viola. Always wanted this stuff! 

Presently listening to the album International Mosaic from 2010.

Now to figure out how to download these albums!

Listening via PC -> monoblocked headphone amp -> KRK 6400 headphones

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Evan:

Just found the recordings of the US Air Force Band. My uncle is a Master Sergeant in the Air Force Strings and plays the viola. Always wanted this stuff! 

Presently listening to the album International Mosaic from 2010.

Now to figure out how to download these albums!

Listening via PC -> monoblocked headphone amp -> KRK 6400 headphones

Put on your marching shoes and go hereBig Smile

 

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Piaf replied on Sun, Dec 2 2012 3:06 AM

I misspoke when mentioning the recording I was listening to, the band is No Mercy, out of Miami. A lead singer from New York and twins from Cuba. Extremely redundant, but a nice beat.

 

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Per replied on Thu, Dec 6 2012 10:50 AM

Been deep into the melodic drones of My Bloody Valentine lately.

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Evan replied on Thu, Dec 6 2012 11:27 PM

Studying for my last final of the semester. Study tunes of choice, classical, via the German Klassisk Radio feed.

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Evan:

Studying for my last final of the semester. Study tunes of choice, classical, via the German Klassisk Radio feed.

good luck with the studies ... I was idly listening to Spotify and this one just popped up Smile

 


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Another dark winter afternoon with music by Arvo Pärt.

If you are not familiar with his works, I recommend as an introduction Tabula Rasa - or at least the second movement from it (Silentium). If you don't like that, it's safe to move on.

--mika

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beocool replied on Sat, Dec 8 2012 3:54 PM

Townes Van Zandt - To Live is to Fly

 

Vähintään yhdeksänkymmentä prosenttia suomalainen! 

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Ricardo replied on Sun, Dec 9 2012 5:19 PM

Sangen om fyret ved Tronehamn - Kari Bremnes

 

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Rich replied on Sun, Dec 9 2012 6:05 PM

Welcome back, sir.

I see you have a Patti Smith LP there.  I've only got Horses.  Any recommendations?


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eugene1960:
Sangen om fyret ved Tronehamn - Kari Bremnes

Welcome back Eugene, The song about the Lighthouse at Tronehamn. I love that Stack, just like mine.

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Ricardo replied on Sun, Dec 9 2012 7:17 PM

Rich:

Welcome back, sir.

I see you have a Patti Smith LP there.  I've only got Horses.  Any recommendations?

Radio Ethiopia is my favorite Patti Smith LP.  Easter is also good and so is Wave - after that Patti and her husbannd split the music scene ( around 1980) and settled the U.P. of Michigan to raise a family and living off the land one might say. Her later LP's were never as gritty as her earlier work nor was her music style really cutting edge by the 90's.

 I do like and own some of her recent work - Peace and Noise from about 1998 is good.

I have been exercising my 5000 this weekend I even played a few cassettes.

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Rich replied on Mon, Dec 10 2012 7:57 PM

Søren Mexico:

Put on your marching shoes and go here

Put on your red shoes and dance the blues

Yesterday the family was away for most of the day, and I was all over the house doing a purge and clean.  I had all five systems playing WJRR 101.1 "Real Rock Radio."

Loudly.

It was fun while it lasted.


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Rich replied on Mon, Dec 10 2012 8:05 PM

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Rich:

Welcome back, sir.

I see you have a Patti Smith LP there.  I've only got Horses.  Any recommendations?

Radio Ethiopia is my favorite Patti Smith LP.  Easter is also good and so is Wave - after that Patti and her husbannd split the music scene ( around 1980) and settled the U.P. of Michigan to raise a family and living off the land one might say. Her later LP's were never as gritty as her earlier work nor was her music style really cutting edge by the 90's.

 I do like and own some of her recent work - Peace and Noise from about 1998 is good.

I have been exercising my 5000 this weekend I even played a few cassettes.

Thanks, mate.  Will check out what the FLURS has in the Smith bin.


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Evan replied on Tue, Dec 11 2012 6:44 PM

Just got a hold of an old discovery I made on turntable.fm - St. Lucia All Eyes On You

Listening through my PC -> Headphone amp -> ATH-AD900 cans

Cool

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Per replied on Thu, Dec 13 2012 8:29 PM

The lovely voice of New Buffalo is always a pleasant suprise on my evening playlist. She is also married to one of the dudes from The Avelanches which is also a great  Australian band.

Best album: "Last Beautiful Day"

 

 

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tournedos replied on Fri, Dec 14 2012 12:32 AM

Can't believe this classic from Bonnie Raitt is struggling at 2,000 views.

(a flawed upload, though. Sounds immensely brighter on the album)

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Evan replied on Mon, Dec 17 2012 3:35 AM

Listening to my recent CD score:

Local Natives Gorilla Manor

Modest Mouse, Good News For People Who Love Bad News

 

 

Saving the best for last.. 

Adele, Skyfall

 

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Evan replied on Fri, Dec 21 2012 2:52 AM
Listening to some lossless rips through the BM1K while I wrap some Christmas presents.

I suppose I should try and find some proper Xmas music to jam to!

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elephant replied on Fri, Dec 21 2012 9:37 AM

Soft Cell: Live

 

I really like the various live recordings I have.

On today's train commute it was Leonard Cohen Live in London.

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Ricardo replied on Fri, Dec 28 2012 3:36 PM

Dawn

 

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Thanks to one of the Sony apps on my Sony TV I have found Will Young. I love his music so much I think he should be my new second best friend.

Listening to him on my B&O equipment ;)
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Just going through all the UK's number one since 1958 on Spotify. All 1158 of them!

On a pair of orange Form 2's. Don't ask....

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Evan replied on Wed, Jan 2 2013 2:36 AM
I have been all over the place today, both physically and musically. Today was a day of recreational driving and music listening combined.

Made a trip to the mall to pick up a copy of LCD Soundsystem's "Sound of Silver." Couldn't stop listening to track 4 - Someone Great.

Mixed in and around that album was some Dessa, Incubus, St. Lucia and a ton of others streamed from the iPod.

At present I am at home listening to a Barenaked Ladies greatest hits album via my BeoSystem 4500 + Fostex monitors.

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Rich replied on Wed, Jan 2 2013 3:51 AM

Evan:
I

At present I am at home listening to a Barenaked Ladies greatest hits album via my BeoSystem 4500 + Fostex monitors.

Foster?  Do tell.

(Do we need a "dark side" sub forum along side the Apple fanboy sun forum?)


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Evan replied on Wed, Jan 2 2013 5:15 PM

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Foster?

Indeed. I have a pair of yellow Fostex Pm0.4n's. Last year's Christmas present. ..Or maybe Birthday? At any rate, outstanding little guys. Biamped, active, ported, silk-domed and everything.

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This is their current state. They are awaiting some cheap diy stands that may include an integrated front baffle.

I am much more proud of the previous installation in my old room:

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I discovered the brand in a very unusual way. During my ownership of my old blue '10 Accord Coupe, I was amazed at how incredible the stereo was - especially one that was unnamed. All I knew from looking at the car was that it did have very impressive drivers - woven Kevlar goodness could be seen from inside the trunk. Wanting to know more, I went online and looked at part numbers and diagrams until I found '(Foster)' in the description of all of the drivers. A quick Google search revealed everything. 

Then as the lease of the blue Accord began to run out, I had to do something to preserve the tone and keep it around. These little monitors are strikingly similar in sound character and I couldn't be happier.

After the blue Accord came an Acura RL that had a Bloze 10 speaker system. One of the worst car stereos I've ever heard - EVAR. This Christmas, my parents surprised me with a new Accord Coupe of the same generation as the blue one which has the exact same stereo just more sources. I couldn't be happier now. 

Future Foster/Fostex plans are getting a pair of the T50RP cans. Can't wait!

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Rich replied on Wed, Jan 2 2013 5:45 PM

Rich:

Evan:
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At present I am at home listening to a Barenaked Ladies greatest hits album via my BeoSystem 4500 + Fostex monitors.

Foster?

iPhone autocorrection strikes again!  Of course I meant Fostex.


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Evan replied on Wed, Jan 2 2013 5:48 PM

Rich:

Rich:

Evan:
I

At present I am at home listening to a Barenaked Ladies greatest hits album via my BeoSystem 4500 + Fostex monitors.

Foster?

iPhone autocorrection strikes again!  Of course I meant Fostex.

To be honest, the iPhone isn't exactly wrong, the parent company of Fostex is Foster.

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Rich replied on Wed, Jan 2 2013 5:52 PM

Evan:

Rich:
Foster?

Indeed. I have a pair of yellow Fostex Pm0.4n's. Last year's Christmas present. ..Or maybe Birthday? At any rate, outstanding little guys. Biamped, active, ported, silk-domed and everything.

They make a ton of drivers used all over the world in many applications.  I have a pair of these in the girls' homework room with my BM2400, BG3404 #1, a game system, and computer.  The girls have pretty much taken that system over, and I'm happy about it!  Heard over the holidays:  "Daddy, I love your records!"


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Evan:
I am much more proud of the previous installation in my old room:

Do get them on the wall again! And the Fostexes (Fostii?) should be white Big Smile

In my TV broadcasting days, we had a lot of small Fostex active monitors (6301 or something like that) in applications that didn't have the room or need for Genelecs, like the video control room in smaller OB trucks. They had only a single full range driver, but sounded very nice for what they were - and were extremely reliable.

--mika

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Evan replied on Thu, Jan 3 2013 4:09 PM
richhaffner:

They make a ton of drivers used all over the world in many applications. I have a pair of these in the girls' homework room with my BM2400, BG3404 #1, a game system, and computer. The girls have pretty much taken that system over, and I'm happy about it! Heard over the holidays: "Daddy, I love your records!"

Shoes for industry, comrade!

That sounds like you have a couple of vinyl junkies on the way then!

I think it would be a good idea to start the Dark Side sub forum. For the past 5 months or so I have been plotting my horn-loaded project. So far I have the drivers, just need the time and $ to buy the mdf for cabinets.

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