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Blog archives for March, 2011

Archive for March, 2011

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

  Handel Organ Concerti Vol. 2 with Rudolf Ewerhart and Collegium Aureum Even today listeners are captivated by the vitality, inspiration and dignity of the Organ Concerti of George Frideric Handel. Although Handel’s compositional style is rooted in the Central German cantoral practice of his homeland, his music is strongly influenced by the impressions gathered […]

Monday, March 14th, 2011

I have finished and posted on Klassic Haus Restorations this CD transfer of the perennial choral favorite, John Stainer’s “The Crucifixion”, from the classic 1961 EMI/Angel recording, the first professional taping of the piece. This recording has been used as a teaching tool for decades; I first heard it in high school back in the […]

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

   I have posted three more CDs on Klassic Haus Restorations, the fruit of my labors from the end of February. March is turning out to be a busy month for me, as well; I have more travel coming up, as well as continuing projects for Klassic Haus. I’m hoping things will settle down for a […]

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

These CD is a transfer of a mono LP (Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring”) and a selection of Russian concert favorites in stereo, both Capitol LPs I found during last year’s trip to Denver, CO (still working through that stack!) The following are the comments I posted on Klassic Haus Restorations: KHCD-2011-026 (MONO/STEREO) – Stravinsky: The […]

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

I’m back from travelling to Kansas City, KS, and have been tryng to get back “in the groove” with new releases. I am posting two more CD transfers, this one devoted to Karl Ristenpart’s second recording of Bach’s “Die Kunst der Fuge”  BWV 1080 (The Art of The Fugue). The following are the comments I […]