Author Topic: March, 2018: What is a work you recently discovered you previously did not know?  (Read 641 times)

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mjf1947

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Here's a sweet work for Oboe, Viola and Strings .................

Nothing extraordinary however, quite pleasant to listen too.

I would love to play this in concert with my community orchestra.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NolfwOZJ_0c

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Yes, pleasant music, thanks Mark! This made me think: I have no objection (quite the contrary) to the quest for "high information music" but I guess I believe it should be rooted in the sensible world to which this music belongs.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjNx0_SIWq8

WOLF FERRARI, Sinfonia da camara

This is a quite lovely work ... beautifully executed by the ensemble.

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Here's one I just stumbled across by accident. It left me in tears, saying, "Wow! Just wow!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUIT45QWEWY Andrzej Panufnik: Symphony No.3 (1963)
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I'd love to hear the Panufnik symphony with its grand brass fanfare in a big concert hall!

Here's an intriguing piece by another composer I just discovered on Youtube - George Antheil's String Serenade:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ejHcjbURsg

-Jay