Works That Should Be Recorded

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Re: Works That Should Be Recorded

Postby player » Mon Jul 28, 2014 11:22 pm

4candles wrote: A disc of historic recordings of Blanchet's music (including an interview with the composer and one with Lazare Lévy talking about the composer) has been released by the Swiss label Harmonia Helvetica.
Interesting stuff!

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Sounds very interesting, however a search on google can't find any links for the label or either of the words in connection with Blanchet. Do you have a link that you can direct us to? Thanks,
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Re: Works That Should Be Recorded

Postby 4candles » Thu Jul 31, 2014 2:01 pm

player wrote:
4candles wrote: A disc of historic recordings of Blanchet's music (including an interview with the composer and one with Lazare Lévy talking about the composer) has been released by the Swiss label Harmonia Helvetica.
Interesting stuff!

4c


Sounds very interesting, however a search on google can't find any links for the label or either of the words in connection with Blanchet. Do you have a link that you can direct us to? Thanks,
Rob


There doesn't seem to be a website, as it sounds like it's a very new label.
From the original search I did, it seems the only place you can order it from is the following email address: rapsodia@bluemail.ch
The pianist/composer Michel Cardinaux responded to me, so I imagine this is who will also respond to anyone seeking this recording.
Best.
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Re: Works That Should Be Recorded

Postby Timtin » Thu Aug 28, 2014 9:11 am

Poor old Charles Hubert Hastings Parry made the mistake of
being born in England, not mainland Europe.
This is the only reason I can think of to explain the lack of
recordings of much of his piano music.
For example, I've looked everywhere to locate a recording of
his splendid Bachian Grosses Duo in E minor for 2 pianos.
Could I find one? Daft question! :-( :-( :-(
http://landofllostcontent.blogspot.co.u ... _7111.html
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Re: Works That Should Be Recorded

Postby isokani » Sat Sep 13, 2014 4:20 pm

Surely Hiro Takenouchi (sp?) will record this at some point? I think I've even heard him play it with Simon Callaghan.
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Re: Works That Should Be Recorded

Postby Timtin » Sun May 13, 2018 3:35 pm

Mozart's dramatic Piano Quartet in G minor K478 arranged for String Quintet
by virtuoso violinist Jean-Jerome Imbault (1753-1832) in about 1800,
would be a fascinating addition to the recorded repertoire.

Btw, I wonder if recording artists or record labels ever read this thread?
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Re: Works That Should Be Recorded

Postby Caprotti » Mon May 14, 2018 11:26 am

Mozart - Quartetto sol K.478 (tr.quintetto archi) - Quartetto Voce,Coman T. - 030206 - Paris.MP3
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Re: Works That Should Be Recorded

Postby Timtin » Tue May 15, 2018 12:02 pm

Dear Caprotti,

Mozart's String Quintet No.7 exists!

Many thanks! This is absolutely great - I'm speechless!

I'll burn it to CD immediately.

Regards, Tim.
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Re: Works That Should Be Recorded

Postby Timtin » Thu May 31, 2018 9:21 am

With four movements (1,2,3 & 7) from the Grand Partita in Bb K361 having
also been arranged for String Quintet as K46, effectively there are 8 String
Quintets by Mozart.

What makes a nice compilation CD is the 3 String Quintets K46, K406 & K478a,
with music derived from K361, K388 & K478 respectively, where K478a is my
own made-up Köchel number.

K46 is available to download as an MP3 file from YouTube, as is K406, of course.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8lc5AMYcvM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qk0MV_cJfvQ
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