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    Opera Lively Moderator Top Contributor Member Soave_Fanciulla's Avatar
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    Handel: Music for Queen Caroline
    Tim Mead (countertenor), Sean Clayton (tenor) & Lisandro Abadie (baritone)
    Les Arts Florissants, William Christie



    CPE Bach: Magnificat
    Elizabeth Watts (soprano), Wiebke Lehmkuhl (alto), Lothar Odinius (tenor) & Markus Eiche (bass)
    RIAS Kammerchor & Akademie fŘr Alte Musik Berlin, Hans-Christoph Rademann



    Adams, J: The Gospel According To The Other Mary

    Kelley O'Connor (Mary), Tamara Mumford (Martha), Russell Thomas (Lazarus), Daniel Bubeck, Nathan Medley, Brian Cummings (countertenors)
    Los Angeles Philharmonic & Los Angeles Master Chorale, Gustavo Dudamel

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    On the way is the Blu ray version of the 2013 Red Square concert with Netrebko and Hvorostovsky. $17 and change from Amazon sellers.

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    Presto Classical had a great price on this set, so I couldn't pass it up.


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    ^^^ Very cool!

    EDIT: Dammit, you just made me buy it.

    Why would you do that to me?
    Last edited by Amfortas; January 23rd, 2015 at 10:22 PM.

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    Just another Winterreise

    For once you lot are not to blame... it's all Ian Bostridge's fault:

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    Nachtviolen: Schubert Lieder, Christian Gerhaher, Gerold Huber



    Green - Melodies franšaises on Verlaine’s poems - Philippe Jaroussky

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    Bach, J S: St Matthew Passion, BWV244
    Final performing version, c. 1742
    Nicholas Mulroy (Evangelist), Matthew Brook (Jesus), Susan Hamilton (Soprano), Cecilia Osmond (Soprano), Clare Wilkinson (Alto), Annie Gill (Alto), Malcolm Bennett (Tenor) & Brian Bannatyne-Scott (Bass)
    Dunedin Consort & Players, John Butt

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    I shouldn't be posting this in this thread as I haven't actually bought it. It's got everything to tempt me except the bass role is sung by a baritone. Why? I love Christopher Maltman but ....

    Presto Classical

    James Gilchrist: Evangelist

    Matthew Rose: Jesus

    Ashley Riches: Pilate

    Elizabeth Watts: soprano

    Sarah Connolly: alto

    Thomas Hobbs: tenor

    Christopher Maltman: bass



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    I understand your temptation; I'd love to hear it too

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    I heard that this person called Netrebko can sing, so I thought I'd give this a try...

    Strauss: Four Last Songs
    Deluxe Hard cover book version
    Strauss, R:
    Vier letzte Lieder
    Anna Netrebko (soprano)
    Ein Heldenleben, Op. 40
    Staatskapelle Berlin, Daniel Barenboim

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    tee hee hee

    I know who Netrebko is


    actually I like her performances very much

    Her Stabat Mater (Pergolesi) with Pizzolato is, I tiresomely repeat, is one of the finest interpretations and her Iolanta (again I imitate a broken record) is stupendous.

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    Ordered from Amazon on a birthday gift card:



    Das klagende Lied (Song of Lamentation) is Mahler's very early cantata, containing hints of finer things to come. Now I've got virtually his complete works, minus the odd song or two.

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    "Music is enought for a whole lifetime--but a lifetime is not enough for music." --Sergei Vasilyevich Rachmaninoff

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    La Tirana Contra Mambru - The tonadilla and popular musical comedies in Spain c.1800
    Emilio Moreno (violin & director), Raquel Andueza (soprano), Marta Infante (mezzo), Juan Sancho (tenor) & Jordi Ricart (baritone) - El Concierto Espa˝ol



    Cantar de Amor -Juan Hidalgo and 17th-century Spain
    Juan Sancho (tenor) - Accademia del Piacere, Fahmi Alqhai

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    I bought this a week and a half ago for a dollar. I'll put it on the record player by the end of this week if I have time and my sister isn't making the whole house listen to Bobby McFerrin again!


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    if I have time and my sister isn't making the whole house listen to Bobby McFerrin again!


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