Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


About Musicophile

  • Rank
    Music Lover blogging about Classical Music & Jazz

Personal Information

  • Location

Recent Profile Visitors

18535 profile views
  1. Too bad. I hope the software survives for a while the future MacOs updates.
  2. My first ever Jazz album, bought many moons ago.
  3. I never had the pleasure to hear him live, but I have many of his recordings, and always found him to be a thoughtful conductor, very closely connected to the music. He's done some very good recordings particularly with the Bavaria Radio Symphony.
  4. And we are back on: https://www.eclassical.com/pages/christmas19.html Today the only album I know here is the Brautigam Mozart, which is enjoyable (although I have a slight preference for Bezuidenhout in these concertos).
  5. My favorite of the Fischer/Mahler cycle.
  6. https://www.eclassical.com/orchestras/bach-collegium-japan/bach-the-complete-secular-cantatas.html A pretty good deal from Robert von Bahr.
  7. And here's my review (with a free Nutcracker review thrown in on top, because, well you know, it's Christmas soon...) https://musicophilesblog.com/2019/11/23/two-beautiful-new-albums-for-the-christmas-season-from-jordi-savall-and-vladimir-jurowski-the-messiah-and-the-nutcracker/
  8. And here's my latest addition to the topic, reviewing a brand new Nutcracker and Messiah. https://musicophilesblog.com/2019/11/23/two-beautiful-new-albums-for-the-christmas-season-from-jordi-savall-and-vladimir-jurowski-the-messiah-and-the-nutcracker/ Spoiler alert, both are very very good.
  9. This just came out, Hallelujah! Streaming from Qobuz.
  10. I've written quite a bit about my favourite Christmas music on my blog, though more in the classical and jazz genres: https://musicophilesblog.com/category/music/seasonal-music/christmas-music/
  11. Checking out this recent concert to commemorate the ending of the 1st world war 100 years ago on Qobuz.
  • Create New...