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Beethoven's 9th Symphony as performed by the Radcliffe-Harvard Orchestra. It's the focus for an online classical music course that I'm taking through edX and Harvard University.
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Beethoven's 9th Symphony as performed by the Radcliffe-Harvard Orchestra. It's the focus for an online classical music course that I'm taking through edX and Harvard University.
That sounds enjoyable. I like his late string quartets.
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Radio Heartland stays on a lot.

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Bach Cello Suite #1 in G unaccompanied. Yo Yo Ma, 1983.
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Beethoven's 9th Symphony as performed by the Radcliffe-Harvard Orchestra. It's the focus for an online classical music course that I'm taking through edX and Harvard University.
Sure love the second movement!
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Right now Iím listening to a jazz vinyl LP _Grant Green: Feeliní The Spirit_ from c.1962
What a great player and a wonderful album. I love Wes Montgomery as well, but always felt Green was as heralded as he should be.

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Nice. Even though Iím in Canada, I prefer NPR and local station KUOW Seattle for news programming over the CBC for quality of reporting.
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Bach Cello Suite #1 in G unaccompanied. Yo Yo Ma, 1983.
Nice to hear from you. Yo Yo Ma has recorded the six suites for solo cello more than once, the 1983 version may be the earliest and most famous?
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What a great player and a wonderful album. I love Wes Montgomery as well, but always felt Green was as heralded as he should be.

I listen to most any kind of music outside of modern country, death metal, gangsta rap and most opera.
Thanks Mud, I hear you on the music preferences and with Grant Green. Itís a treat to have this on vinyl. The early 1960s was a great time for jazz guitar, and often overlooked in the history for what the horn players were doing at the time.
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Thanks Mud, I hear you on the music preferences and with Grant Green. Itís a treat to have this on vinyl. The early 1960s was a great time for jazz guitar, and often overlooked in the history for what the horn players were doing at the time.
Ha...meant to say I don't think Green is as well-known as Montgomery, but that he deserves to be!
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That sounds enjoyable. I like his late string quartets.
My familiarity with his string quartets is limited to op.59 no.3 and op. 74 which are in the middle of his output. As much as I love his symphonies, I wasn't enthralled with either of those quartets. Perhaps I should give a try to one of the later ones. Any suggestions?

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Sure love the second movement!
I love the entire work, but the second movement has always been my favorite. The course I'm taking is opening up a much greater appreciation for everything. The insights to the work are a delight. I suspect when I've finished the course I'll no longer have a single favorite movement.
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