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Discussion: Brahms: Symphony No. 2 - Fischer

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Post by Lute December 12, 2014 (1 of 19)
fausto K said:

"Castor's review of the Brahms 2 makes me even more hungry for this disc!"


Agreed! Nice review, Castor.
One of my favorite recordings of Brahms's 2nd is by another great Hungarian conductor...Georg Solti and the CSO.
I am definitely looking forward to spinning this one from Fischer and the BFO.

Post by pgmdir December 15, 2014 (2 of 19)
Just got mine this afternoon, along with the Amsterdam Sinfonietta's Argentinian Album. Just getting into it, but at first exposure: It's great. The relaxed attitude on the "sunny 2d" really works. And as always, Jared has captured the orchestra beautifully. Read Castor's review, and go for it!

Post by armenian December 16, 2014 (3 of 19)
Anyone know when we can expect Brahms 4th from these forces?

Vahe

Post by channel December 16, 2014 (4 of 19)
armenian said:

Anyone know when we can expect Brahms 4th from these forces?

Vahe

In May we are releasing the Mahler 9th. Just finished editing and it sounds fantastic!
Hoping to have the Brahms 4th released in the Fall. (or Tchaikovsky 6th. Let us know what you would like to have after the Mahler.
In September we are recording Mahler 7th. Fans are welcome to come to the sessions in Budapest!
Jared

Post by samayoeruorandajin December 16, 2014 (5 of 19)
channel said:

In May we are releasing the Mahler 9th. Just finished editing and it sounds fantastic!
Hoping to have the Brahms 4th released in the Fall. (or Tchaikovsky 6th. Let us know what you would like to have after the Mahler.
In September we are recording Mahler 7th. Fans are welcome to come to the sessions in Budapest!
Jared

How about Howard Hanson's #2?

Or some Bartok, or, Scriabin?

Post by fausto K December 16, 2014 (6 of 19)
channel said:

In May we are releasing the Mahler 9th. Just finished editing and it sounds fantastic!
Hoping to have the Brahms 4th released in the Fall. (or Tchaikovsky 6th. Let us know what you would like to have after the Mahler.
In September we are recording Mahler 7th. Fans are welcome to come to the sessions in Budapest!
Jared

That all sounds great . Am extremely pleased to hear M7 will be recorded as well, was indeed hoping for that; and I look forward to the Mahler 9th.
Personally, I'd love a Brahms 4th for the Fall

Post by Lute December 17, 2014 (7 of 19)
channel said:

... Let us know what you would like to have after the Mahler.

Keeping with Brahms... a lot of people are interested in having modern, multichannel recordings of Brahms's piano concertos no.1 and no.2.

Post by fausto K December 17, 2014 (8 of 19)
Lute said:

Keeping with Brahms... a lot of people are interested in having modern, multichannel recordings of Brahms's piano concertos no.1 and no.2.

Yes, indeed!

Post by pgmdir December 17, 2014 (9 of 19)
channel said:

In May we are releasing the Mahler 9th. Just finished editing and it sounds fantastic!
Hoping to have the Brahms 4th released in the Fall. (or Tchaikovsky 6th. Let us know what you would like to have after the Mahler.
In September we are recording Mahler 7th. Fans are welcome to come to the sessions in Budapest!
Jared

Brahms in the Fall!

Post by armenian December 17, 2014 (10 of 19)
pgmdir said:

Brahms in the Fall!

+1

Vahe

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