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    Quote Originally Posted by Clayton View Post
    A very big box (56 discs) of Bach's cantata's produced by John Eliot Gardiner...

    PC says I can have it in a weeks time


    Holy moly! I've been looking thru Amazon for a Bach Cantatas set - that Gardiner set is selling for $276! I am considering the DGG set at $87 (and, it's Prime, so no postage!).

    Anyone know the DGG?


    Sorry: https://www.amazon.com/Bach-Complete...=bach+cantatas

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    I have only heard good things about this... one of our members has three of the sets (can't remember what the 3rd one was) but said listened to the Helmuth Rilling set the most. I think I opted for the Gardiner as I've been mostly listening to more "historically informed" performances and so just thought I might prefer that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clayton View Post
    I have only heard good things about this... one of our members has three of the sets (can't remember what the 3rd one was) but said listened to the Helmuth Rilling set the most. I think I opted for the Gardiner as I've been mostly listening to more "historically informed" performances and so just thought I might prefer that one.
    Thanks, Clayton - that's a big help!

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    I pulled the trigger on this and hope to have it by the time I return from spending the weekend with my sister and brother in law.


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    Couldn't resist . . .

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    Un jardin à l'italienne
    William Christie: Les Arts Florissants, Nicholas Scott, John Taylor Ward, William Christie, Lucía Martín-Cartón, Carlo Vistoli, Renato Dolcini and Lea Desandre - showcasing young singers.



    A due alti Duos for countertenors
    Filippo Mineccia (alto), Raffaele Pé (alto). La Venexiana, Claudio Cavina

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    What did you think of Mineccia and Pé? I got it but didn't have the chance to listen to it yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Festat View Post
    What did you thought of Mineccia and Pé? I got it but didn't have the chance to listen to it yet.
    Not listened to yet; as I have been busy with these from the library:



    Natalie

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    Quella Fiamma - Arie Antiche
    Nathalie Stutzmann (contralto/musical direction), Shai Kribus (oboe), Patrick Langot (cello), Marie-Domitille Murez (harp) & Miguel Rincòn (theorbo)

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    Nostalgia (some lovely operetta froth)
    Daniel Behle (tenor)
    WDR Runfunkorchester Koln, Helmuth Froschauer

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