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This is a long one. Opening clip is from a performance of Tchaikovsky's 5th symphony by the San Francisco Symphony and Michael Tilson Thomas. If you want to follow my performer channel, click here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0aHE6TQfqzU0LNrCIaHkSg/videos?sort=dd&shelf_id=0&view=0 If you want to see what I’m listening to at the moment, follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jumpingbean92/
Part One of a series of videos documenting my music collection, starting with classical vinyl. The records were acquired from many sources including vinyl hauls, record stores, inheriting, collecting and so on. Coming soon, Classical CDs, Jazz Vinyl and CDs, Broadway Musicals records and CDs, Rock and more. Dedicated to music lovers, musicians, record collectors, members of the vinyl community and everyone else who likes cool stuff.
How can you buy used classical records with the assurance you won't be plagued with lots of surface noise? How can you buy used classical records with the confidence the records will not have massive distortion even when cleaned properly? This video will give you some labels to look for that have consistently provided great sound quality. This will be important for your future as a classical record collector.
http://www.sellrecordcollection.com A brief overview of some UK first pressing Stereo classical records, highlighting some of the unique features of HMV, Decca and Columbia pressings. For further details on collecting, grading and condition please visit our web site
This is the second video of records in my classical music vinyl collection. The first video can be watched here: https://youtu.be/IonMNDn2318 In this video, join me as I take a look at more classical records from the collection, including selections from Mendelssohn, Bach, Beethoven, Weill, Rossini, Rameau, Prokofiev and more. Thanks for watching and if you like this video, press like and subscribe for more videos. New videos just around the corner. The following information needs to be added in this description in order to use the background music (Brandenburg Concerto) in the video: Brandenburg Concerto No4-1 BWV1049 - Classical Whimsical by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech...
Classic Masterpieces; Mozart, Grieg, Chopin, Tchaikowsky, Straus, Bach, Bethoven.....My Choice&Mix! (58.min.) Playlist; The Well-tempered Clavier Book 1: Prelude and Fugue No. 1, in C - Christiane Jaccottet Sound recording 54:54 - 58:37 play match AdRev for a 3rd Party On behalf of: Symphonic Treasures Etudes, Op. 10 : No. 3, Etude in E Major - Andrei Ivanovich Sound recording 16:28 - 17:52 play match Believe Music KM Records On behalf of: Classical Choice Die Fledermaus: Overture - Moscow Radio Large Symphony Orchestra, Konstantin Ivanov Sound recording 28:31 - 30:27 play match Believe Music SME KM Records On behalf of: Music square Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46 : I. Morning Mood - Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra Sound recording 40:46 - 42:36 play match KM Records On behalf of: Classica...
Countdown of the 50 greatest classical music recordings
Provided to YouTube by Horus Music Ltd Money Paid for Classical Records · Crooks and Claridge Studio Album ℗ 2015 Ben Isaacs, Pat Alison Released on: 2015-07-03 Mixer: Chris Ruffoni Producer: Chris Ruffoni Composer: Ben Isaacs Composer: Pat Alison Auto-generated by YouTube.
This video is not dull intentionally. It is just a slideshow of the covers and one label from each of the classical sets.
Today Jennifer switches away from the modern classics to look at some genuine classics. Yes, it's the turn of the great composers to join the list of the 1000 Greatest Vinyl Albums. This episode's entries to the list are: Holst's 'The Planets', Rimsky-Korsakov's 'Scheherazade', and the 'Classic Experience II' collection.
Another cRaZy video where I try like mad to run through a bunch of commonly-seen classical record labels worth picking up. This video is in response to several in the vinyl community asking me to talk about some labels to look out for when out browsing/crate digging. This particular video focuses on labels common to the US market so many non-US labels are noticeably absent from this particular video. Please let me know what you think and if you'd like for me to elaborate on any particular label.
My small collection of classical vinyl Lp.
I brought home a box of vinyl records that had been sitting in my dad's garage for over 20 years. Here are records categorized under Misc, motion picture soundtracks, various artist collections, and classical records!
Part 7 of my music collection. This time we focus on more 70s rock, Kraut-Rock, and classical / christmas music. Dive deep into the collection with this one! Part 1: https://youtu.be/MU7JI0g5m5U Part 2: https://youtu.be/M75kAzerPMY Part 3: https://youtu.be/ssHg_SvQKl0 Part 4: https://youtu.be/3eLwEE-WW-U Part 5: https://youtu.be/iSp8e4rshuU Part 6: https://youtu.be/F4u-RKda8YU Twitter: @notesreviews Have your own question or comment for me? Shoot it my way! email@example.com Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNgm7w8JJQZ_UAuaEiLMClw
We sat down with Bruce Latham to hear his thoughts on a range of topics and issues among the world of early classical vinyl recordings. We are privileged to have Bruce write for our blog and his posts can be found by visiting - http://vinyl-house.tumblr.com/brucesmusings
Claves is a Swiss record label, founded in 1968 in Thun. Dedicated to every kind of classical music, Claves likes to give priority to young artists, renowned musicians playing rare repertoires, Swiss interpreters and composers, works previously unreleased on CD, and historical re-releases. The independent label's fame was first acquired thanks to two Swiss interpreters who are still active today: pianist, harpsichordist and conductor Jörg Ewald Dähler and flautist Peter-Lukas Graf, who made many recordings that are still in great demand today, especially in the Eastern countries. Later on, the label had the privilege to develop a close association with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Teresa Berganza and Ernst Haefliger. On the orchestral side, the English Chamber Orchestra, the Lausanne Chamb...
Looking at great recordings of classical music on vinyl records.
I thought I would make some videos about various record labels that produce classical and operatic titles
Do you listen to your classical records any more?
Or do you let them sleep in their sleeves, where they be?
Do you suffer through those records that you turned
Or do you make them sleep in their sleeves where they
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