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Epic Music Monday: Audiomachine - Atragon

I love epic music! For me it is a perfect combination of the classic orchestral scoring, chorales and electronica music that I have enjoyed for decades.

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Listening of the Week: Bernard Haitink's Beethoven Symphony Cycle with the Royal Concertgebouw

Bernard Haitink’s Beethoven symphony cycle with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is solid, precise, but can feel a little “gentle” at times.

This set of Beethoven cycle contains all 9 symphonies, plus the “Egmont” Overture Op.84. 160 more words

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Under the Surface at the Proms - Delius and Nielsen

Prom 7, 22 July 2015 – BBC Symphony Orchestra / Sir Andrew Davis at the Royal Albert Hall

Delius’ garden in Grez-Sur-Loing, France Picture part of a collection at the… 391 more words

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Current Listening: Beautiful Vasks Symphony and Violin Concerto from Storgårds and more

This release by Ondine couples two large works by Pēteris Vasks: the Symphony No.2 and Violin Concerto “Distant Light”. Both works feature John Storgårds; he conducts the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra in the Symphony, and is the soloist in the Violin Concerto accompanied by Juha Kangas conducting the Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra. 165 more words

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Penka Kouneva Releases "The Woman Astronaut" - Behind the Scenes

As a huge fan of Penka’s previous orchestral album A Warriors Odyssey, I was so excited to hear that she has a new orchestral album out. 88 more words

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Current Listening: Excellent Mendelssohn and Very Good Shostakovich from Hilary Hahn

Here’s another Hilary Hahn recording that I’m writing about. Recorded in 2002, this album features the E-minor Mendelssohn Violin Concerto and the A-minor Shostakovich Violin Concerto, played by the awesome Hilary Hahn and the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. 144 more words

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