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#1788004 - 11/13/11 09:00 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Books and maps....?
Not yet. I've found a filing cabinet drawer (emptied) for most of the maps, as a stop-gap. I've put a bookcase in a bedroom for light reading stuff. I've filled a large box with lots of Catalan and Spanish books, and another with books in English that I don't really want. Not sure what to do with the latter yet.

At the mo' I'm mainly shredding old accounts, and adding the shreddings to the compost heap. Then I'm going to have a collection of 'old stuff' (from elderly voice recorders to non-functioning computers to cables to an old and basic Yamaha flute....) Still trying to figure out who can - locally - recycle old computers. I'm being ruthless with old paperwork. It's all going in the recycling bin or in the shredder.

Spent yesterday afternoon at the Greenwich early music festival, speaking to harpsichord and bentside spinet makers, and trying out their instruments....


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#1788034 - 11/13/11 10:30 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Very nice video, Rossy. I hope to watch many more with your new camera.

Eglantine, How good that you have been trying out a bentside spinet. It had to be interesting.

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Recaredo, I was startled by the quality - sound and build - of an instrument from Stephen Robinson. He builds them. Really there's not much between one of those and a harpsichord. And they are cheaper, which is not a bad feature in these times.




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I'm listening to Anselmet's recording of El Amor Brujo and the Three Cornered Hat, from '61, but there's nothing on Youtube. So here instead is a lovely edition of Pets ('Drugs'), which I first saw at an electronic music festival, rather the worse for wear.



Quite a good series, mostly online on Youtube now.


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#1788146 - 11/13/11 02:20 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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That was really funny Eglantine, Stephan Robinson wasn't the guy who many years ago built a harpsichord and carted it round europe on the roof of his car was he? allthough it was in a flight case a little water got in at one point and stained the soundboard but it was Okay, I wonder if thats the same guy? hmmm. hey anybody else noticed the distinct lack of Sunday posts by Griffin?

Griffin wherefore are the sunday posts?




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Originally Posted by Rostosky
That was really funny Eglantine, Stephan Robinson wasn't the guy who many years ago built a harpsichord and carted it round europe on the roof of his car was he? allthough it was in a flight case a little water got in at one point and stained the soundboard but it was Okay, I wonder if thats the same guy? hmmm. hey anybody else noticed the distinct lack of Sunday posts by Griffin?

Griffin wherefore are the sunday posts?


They're coming! I've been having trouble choosing. Ah well, I'll just post and let you all have a listen. Be right back!



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Happy Sunday everyone! There's this British woman who has distracted me all morning. My partner need not worry, however. Alison Balsom, virtuoso trumpet player is amazing. I've finally made some choices for your enjoyment. Let the trumpets sound!

Here is her performance of "Violin Concerto in A minor," by Vivaldi. She is accompanied by the Scottish Ensemble.



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We've got 2 of her CDs she's really remarkable.

Nigel Kennedy is another musician I find simply thrilling to listen to....I think he brings a dynamic perspective to this "oldie"....



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My next post is Alison Balsom performing "Oboe Concerto in D minor, Op. 9 No.2" by Tomaso Albinoni. (This arrangement was trascribed by Ms. Balsom for trumpet.) She is accompanied by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Baldur Bronnimann (conductor)

It is presented in three movements.

I. Allegro




II. Adagio




III. Allegro



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Cheryl,
I can't wait to hear this one. I seem to be having problems getting it to download. I assume it's my computer. I will do a restart and listen in a bit. I have just a few more to post!

BTW, keep posting! I love it when I see others jumping in too! smile



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Time for some choral music. Lately, I've been listening to Maurice Ravel's "Trois Chanson." This performance is by the Cambridge Singers under the direction of John Rutter.





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My final post will be one of my favorite male vocal ensemble, Cantus. Here they perform "Paradise," a selection the group commissioned composer Malcolm Dalglish to write.



Enjoy the rest of your Sunday everyone!


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Originally Posted by casinitaly
We've got 2 of her CDs she's really remarkable.

Nigel Kennedy is another musician I find simply thrilling to listen to....I think he brings a dynamic perspective to this "oldie"....




Cheryl, Nigel Kennedy is outstanding! What amazing energy! Thanks!



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Hi Griffin! I’m glad you thought of Alison Balsom for your Sunday posts. She’s endeed an amazing musician.

I can’t watch Cheryl’s video. I only hear a female voice that says the video is unavailable. I’m curious.

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Originally Posted by Recaredo
Hi Griffin! I’m glad you thought of Alison Balsom for your Sunday posts. She’s endeed an amazing musician.

I can’t watch Cheryl’s video. I only hear a female voice that says the video is unavailable. I’m curious.


Thanks Recaredo! I was able to get the video with a You Tube link. See if this works for you.





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Yes, now it works. Thanks Griffin.

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Interesting selection Cheryl. I'd like to listen to your favourite music more times wink

#1788221 - 11/13/11 04:54 PM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Sorry for my absence guys, busy with stuff again, will have to call back to listen to all these posts!

I thought Sir Rossy may like this smile


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^^ looks like something from Stephen King's It. I enjoyed that book many years ago...24 to be exact!! Probably not an ideal book for a 12 year old, but I couldn't put it down.

Grif, I enjoy Alison B too. I have one of her albums, the Hummel/Haydn concerto one. She's a treat.


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Originally Posted by hawgdriver
^^ looks like something from Stephen King's It. I enjoyed that book many years ago...24 to be exact!! Probably not an ideal book for a 12 year old, but I couldn't put it down.

Grif, I enjoy Alison B too. I have one of her albums, the Hummel/Haydn concerto one. She's a treat.


Hi Leon! I was actually trying to find some trumpet performances by Hakan Hardenberger when I kept seeing Alison B selections. I clicked on one of them, and one thing led to another! I suspect I'll be buying the album of her Italian concertos. (I have Wynton Marsalis' Hayden/Hummel performances already.)

Glad you enjoyed the posts. I just stopped by to take a break from my piano practice. I'll check in later.



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Well, I'm glad Nigel was a hit.
Here's another that we enjoy in our home, Carl Orr's Carmina Burana, this is O Fortuna. For those of you not familiar with the work, there are several other songs/movements and they are all very interesting in different ways.

Since we moved to Italy we've seen it performed live 3 times, twice indoors and once in a 16th C church courtyard (that would be the NEW church in our town by the way).



btw, I figured out what was wrong with my previous link - I did a yahoo insert not a you tube. oops.


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Most excellent posts dudes and dudettes, sorry for my intermittent being here... I just managed to catch up on all the wonderfull posts.... In the meantime my mam emailed me to say "dont forget to ring your dad up as he is going back to louisiana today"

before anyone freaks out, that is my genetic/blood dad she is talking about... so I rung him up and wished him a good journey and lots of nice things as one does...

Thing I didnt get though, he is flying from hull to amsterdam to new orleans to get to louisiana..
This to me seems a bit of a strange journey, so I asked "are you staying over the night in amsterdam?" ( thinking he may be going for a bit of female company on route)

But no, apparently not.. he is an odd geezer.

anyways... enjoy this one.....

Lloyd cole and the commotions... and "lost weekend" ( in a hotel in amsterdam)





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Not "odd" Rossy, but older and wiser enough not to disclose his plans to you, propper Billy wink

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Yay!!!! It Snowed (here). A lot!!
I shall celebrate with some music.



(This is what the original track sounds like: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFLOh44P5z0 )


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Originally Posted by Rostosky
Most excellent posts dudes and dudettes, sorry for my intermittent being here... I just managed to catch up on all the wonderfull posts.... In the meantime my mam emailed me to say "dont forget to ring your dad up as he is going back to louisiana today"

before anyone freaks out, that is my genetic/blood dad she is talking about... so I rung him up and wished him a good journey and lots of nice things as one does...

Thing I didnt get though, he is flying from hull to amsterdam to new orleans to get to louisiana..
This to me seems a bit of a strange journey, so I asked "are you staying over the night in amsterdam?" ( thinking he may be going for a bit of female company on route)

But no, apparently not.. he is an odd geezer.

anyways... enjoy this one.....

Lloyd cole and the commotions... and "lost weekend" ( in a hotel in amsterdam)


He'll be flying with KLM, the Dutch Airline. I always fly KLM to the USA, it's cheaper, but you have to fly UK to Amsterdam for the connecting flight to the States.
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A hodge-podge of stuff to keep me going tonight. Consecutive listening might offend a sense of reason and continuity.









Only in men's imagination does every truth find an effective and undeniable existence. Imagination, not invention, is the supreme master of art as of life. -Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski
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Thanks Bluebilly for that info, I guess that will be totally correct, me genetic dad saving a few bucks an all!! lol.

Wayne, no he is totally not "Billy" seriously, he has lived at times in almost ever state, as well as in Canada because of real estate dealing... Here is another odd thing that I do not understand.. he has three passports, and they are all legit, I have seen them. A UK one a USA one and a Canadian one.

He got into the papers in Canada back in the day for being the first man to be granted sole custody of a daughter..

the one thing that he did do that was slightly "billy" Wayne, was kicking out at a goat on his ranch in louisiana that went for him, he payed a fair price for doing that misdeed as he tore his achillis tendon, something that has never healed properly back to how it was!!! serves him right!!poor goat.
Apparently the goat hates him, it doesnt go for anyone else, just him....lol.


later I will be back with some music, have to do the weekly shop today....Hmmm should i take me camera?
what could happen on the weekly shop?

Should I film the security gaurd thats allways looking my way, just to see if he reacts?

decisions...




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Hi my friends!

Today, I’d like to talk about a “musical wish” of mine.

One day, the complete manuscript of the tenth symphony by Beethoven is discovered. One great concert is celebrated in Vienna, and of course, I assist to this concert. It would be a historical moment. How great!. Can anyone imagine such a thing?

Well, that’s only a dream, but at least we can enjoy the work of Barry Cooper. As you all know, Cooper made a reconstruction of the first movement of this symphony, from the few sketches that have been found out.

It’s very interesting to read these words of Cooper about his own work:


The result is obviously not exactly what Beethoven would have written, and in certain places in particular he would probably have been more imaginative. It also sounds more typical of middle period than late Beethoven, although this may be due to the close connections with the early piano sonatas. Nevertheless, it does provide at least a rough impression of the movement he had in mind at the time of the sketches and is certainly far closer to Beethoven's Tenth symphony than anything previously heard. It is therefore likely to be found extremely interesting by anyone wanting to know what he planned for the symphony that was to have followed the Ninth; moreover it can also be appreciated as a piece of music, in a way that the fragmentary sketches on their own could never be.



When I listen to this music, I often feel moved. Nevertheless, I don’t lose hope that a complete manuscript of the Tenth Symphony is found one day.







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Excellent Recaredo, I hope you yourself discover the full score hidden away somewhere, like say in an old beurau that you buy one day with a secret draw in it. Giving you full ownership of the score, so that no one can even look at it unless you give permission.
And you get super famous.
And you sell it one bar at a time over the course of thirty years giving you a massive income for ages, and keeping everyone guessing what will happen next in the symphony...





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Posting very early today as I got up early! This was most unusual, but probably caused by going to sleep early for once..
So,
here is todays post, it is a bit of a rant.

The nanying state is at it again, trying to bring in laws to stop us smoking in our own cars, even if we are driving allong on our own. This is outragous. A car is private property, and the owner has the right to do whatever they want inside their own private property unless it is harming anyone else of course, which it isnt if you are in it by yourself...

Grrrrr..








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