Tchaikovsky Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Erich Kunzel 1812 Capriccio Italien Cossack Dance
John J. Puccio January 2, at PM. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Meet the Staff. Puccio, Editor, Publisher, Reviewer. Understand, I'm just an everyday guy reacting to something I love. And I've been doing it for a very long time, my appreciation for classical music starting with the musical excerpts on The Big John and Sparkie radio show in the early Fifties and the purchase of my first recording, The Strings Play the Classicsaround In the late Sixties I began teaching high school English and Film Studies as well as becoming interested in hi-fi, my audio ambitions graduating me from a pair of AR-3 speakers to the Fulton J's recommended by The Stereophile's J.
Gordon Holt. Music and movies. Life couldn't be better. Karl W. Nehring, Contributing Reviewer. I would Chagrin DAmour Chagrin DAmour presume to present myself as some sort of expert on music, but I have a deep love for and appreciation of many types of music, "classical" especially, and have listened to thousands of recordings over the years, many of which still line the walls of my listening room and occasionally spill onto the furniture and floor, much to the chagrin of my long-suffering wife.
I have always taken the approach as a reviewer that what I am trying to do is simply to point out to readers that I have come across a recording that I have found of interest, a recording that I think they might appreciate my having pointed out to them.
I suppose Tchaikovsky Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Erich Kunzel 1812 Capriccio Italien Cossack Dance sounds a bit simple-minded, but I know I appreciate reading reviews by others that do the same for me -- point out recordings that I think I Phoenix Cei Ce Ne au Dat Nume enjoy.
For readers who might be wondering DAngelo Brown Sugar what kind of system I am using to do my listening, I should probably point out that I do a LOT of music listening and employ a variety of means to do so in a variety of environments, as I would imagine many music lovers also do.
For more casual listening at George Winston Winter Into Spring when I am not in my listening room, I often stream music through the phone into a Vizio soundbar system that has remarkably nice sound for such a diminutive physical presence. And finally, at the least grandiose end of the scale, I have an Ultimate Ears Wonderboom Bluetooth speaker for those occasions where I am somewhere by myself without a sound system but in desperate need of a musical fix.
I just can't imagine life without music and I am Slim Harpo Tip On In grateful for the technology that enables us to enjoy it in so many wonderful ways. Bryan Geyer, Technical Analyst. Tchaikovsky Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Erich Kunzel 1812 Capriccio Italien Cossack Dance Kunzel is not the kind of conductor who gets all hot under the collar if he has to play The Stars and Stripes Black Flag Louie Louie at an upcoming Fourth of July concert and is hating life because it's his two-thousandth go 'round with the piece.
Kunzel is sympathetic to the reality that such pieces are popular because they Phase And Rhythm Hyperactive Brainfood meaningful to all kinds of listeners; these works are popular because they are loved, and you just don't go around trampling on things that people love, because it's like you're trampling on their hearts. By the time Tchaikovsky Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Erich Kunzel 1812 Capriccio Italien Cossack Dance Overture was recorded inKunzel had already conducted this piece plenty of times.
When Kunzel takes on the "," it always sounds fresh and new, as though it was his first time through it, except that it is assured and polished.
Tchaikovsky: "" Overture effectively put Telarc on the map, and it's damn right that it should have -- it's a boisterous, exciting, fun, and a still somehow artistically transparent performance, right down to the final digital cannon shot. The Capriccio Italien is a common disc mate for the "," but the "Cossack Dance" from Mazeppa is not. The two pieces are certainly a better choice than Beethoven 's sprawling Wellington's Victory or some such, and these appetizers are played with a gusto equal to that of the main course.
While some experts prefer the famous Antal Dorati recording of the "" and insist that none better has been, or could ever be, made, Kunzel and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra seem Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers Moanin have done the impossible here and superseded it.
In any event, this really should be the first choice for people who want to add the "" to their collection; just make sure you keep an eye glued to your speakers so when those digital cannons go "BOOM" your audio equipment doesn't become "cannon fodder.
Quiet moments have a warm glow, and when the more dramatic moments occur, they are more than emphatic. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Peter Tchaikovsky. Related Reviews. Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Comment Name Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Stereotypes Audio. Site Search Search for:.
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