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  1. Joseph Haydn: Capriccio in G major, Hob.XVII:1 Acht Sauschneider mussen sein Zoltán Kocsis
  2. Pablo de Sarasate: El canto del ruiseñor, Op.29 Ruggiero Ricci, Graeme McNaught Alessandro Poglietti: Il Rossignolo - Aria bizzarra del rossignolo, Imitatione del medesimo uccello Roberto Loreggian
  3. Christoph Graupner: Partita in A Minor October, GWV 118, from Monatliche Clavier Früchte Geneviève Soly
  4. Markus Klinko has some seriously extravagant lighting equipment if I recall. The photo on the left looks like a gigantic Broncolor Para while the one on the right is nowhere close. I'm no expert of course so the real photogs here on AS would surely correct me.
  5. Well strictly speaking wine isn't spirit. But while we're at it... Giuseppe Verdi: La traviata 'Brindisi' Venera Gimadieva, Michael Fabiano, et al.
  6. Actually it's already been seconded https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/topic/7577-album-of-the-evening/?do=findComment&comment=491041 And thirded too in fact: https://www.whatsbestforum.com/threads/what-are-you-currently-listening-to-classical.19654/page-110#post-617291 2019 is before COVID-19 so this is a rather deep dive also right?
  7. I'n no expert but haven't the photo objectivists been turning monstrosity into beauty for a very long time?
  8. Sofia Gubaidulina: Johannes-Passion Genady Bezzubenkov, St. Petersburg Kammerchor · Chor und Orchester des Mariinsky-Theater St. Petersburg · Valery Gergiev, et al.
  9. François Couperin: Troisième Leçon de ténèbres pour le Mercredi Saint Sandrine Piau, Veronique Gens, Les Talens Lyriques, Christophe Rousset
  10. One would have thought modern grand piano didn't exactly exist in Brahms' time. Wouldn't square grand piano like this be more likely back then in a domestic setting? What's the difference between gloom and stillness? Is this gloomy? How about these?
  11. Pēteris Vasks: Dona nobis pacem Andrzej Białko, Polish Radio Choir, Jerzy Swoboda
  12. György Ligeti: Requiem - II. Kyrie The London Voices, Terry Edwards, Berliner Philharmoniker, Jonathan Nott, et al. Attribution in the video's title is highly likely incorrect...
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