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Marian Schedenig

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  1. Marian Schedenig

    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    In German it's The Condemned. Nothing left of the original title at all.
  2. Marian Schedenig

    What is the last piece of classical music you listened to?

    That's what she said.
  3. Marian Schedenig

    Henry V (1944) - Live In Concert

    That's cool. Not enough to get me to fly over yet again though. I'd really like to see the suite performed more often. The one with choir. In the prelude.
  4. Marian Schedenig

    STAR WARS - Live To Projection Concerts

    Excellent. Same time as my ticket!
  5. Marian Schedenig

    STAR WARS - Live To Projection Concerts

    The Philharmonia are also notable for being Karajan's orchestra before he became chief of the Berlin Philharmonic.
  6. Marian Schedenig

    New Mike Matessino audio interview by Maurizio Caschetto

    I've seen him already.
  7. Marian Schedenig

    New Mike Matessino audio interview by Maurizio Caschetto

    Well then, I eagerly await the announcement of a reschedule of the Vienna Philharmonic concert in 2020.
  8. Something about clogged tubes I believe?
  9. Marian Schedenig

    The Quick Question Thread

    Yes, I was just referring to the timpani 4th, even if Strauss didn't use it as a resolution there. Incidentally, I like using that timpani figure as a mental help to compensate for my poor sight-reading (and barely existent sight-singing) skills in choir practice whenever a 4th or 5th comes up that's not clear to me from the melody itself.
  10. Marian Schedenig

    The Quick Question Thread

    Ah, Mahler showing his Bruckner roots. Perhaps the most famous example?
  11. Marian Schedenig

    Blu-ray News and Deals

    Ah, the original version of Funny Games. I've seen it once on TV, and found it very good, but like Requiem for a Dream it's one of those few cases where I'm not sure if I can ever bring myself to watch it again. I'd be more interested in the Lynch. But I have to say I'm not really fond of Criterion these days, because of the region locking. Back in the DVD era, I rarely picked up their releases because they're usually expensive here, but the region locking wasn't an issue. With Blu-ray though, I regret the few region locked discs I have in my collection, because my first player (which was unlocked) stopped working years ago, and shortly after I got that they successfully put a stop to unlocked players (except for hardware hack upgrades, which probably cause issues when you need a firmware upgrade).
  12. I imagine they could have gotten far enough to licence the title, even if actual work on it hasn't yet been done. (In that case, I have no idea how quickly they could get it ready even if giving it highest priority)
  13. Marian Schedenig

    What is the last piece of classical music you listened to?

    Ma Vlast - the Kubelik/BSO recording: Like Also sprach Zarathustra, this is commonly reduced to a single piece (the overture in Strauss' case, and Vltava in Smetana's), but the whole cycle is just as good, and sadly rarely performed in full.
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