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28/01/2011

London Wind Quintet - Arnold, Fricker, Gerhard, Seiber -Wind Quintets - Argo 1962

Matyas Seiber:  Permutazioni a Cinque  (1958)
Roberto Gerhard:  Wind Quintet  (1928)       
Peter Racine Fricker:  Wind Quintet, op.5  (1947)    
Malcolm Arnold:  Three Shanties for Wind Quintet  (1952)     
The London Wind Quintet   -   Gareth Morris, flute  -  Sidney Sutcliffe, oboe  -  
Bernard Walton, clarinet  -  Gwydion Brooke, bassoon  -  Alan Civil, horn
4 files zip FLAC  Mega Download 
Argo  ZRG 5326    STEREO  1962 matrices: ZRG 2145 -1D / ZRG 2146 -3G  
Rec: c.February 1962 - Decca West Hampstead Studio 3   Re-edited: December 2013   Not on CD   Sleeve-note >>>


8 comments:

  1. Lots of downloads - Zero comments...(again)...

    This could well be the Last Post as I've re-discovered the 'joys' of actually listening to my HiFi/LP collection/etc, etc, etc..instead of picking fleas out of goddam vinyl.

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  2. Personally I would be sad if this is the last upload and I am sure I'm not alone.
    If you uploaded say Beethovens 5th (thankfully you do not)dare say you would get many comments.
    One request....you have only "hinted" at the equipment used for getting sonics far superior in my opinion to certain others,is it a secret? I would love to know.

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  3. Wonderful to have this available! Many thanks. It's strange to imagine a time when players of this calibre and profile would record this kind of repertoire...

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  4. A (much delayed) intended upload of ZRG 5475 - strangely never on CD - also has a starry line-up (Tuckwell/Peyer/Pleeth, etc, etc); so must find time to tackle it ('again'- as previous dubs were 'lost' in a HD crash..).

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  5. Wow, today is my day.Long live ARGO and You ofcourse :)

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  6. Don't let it be your last.... many of us just love the work you are doing for us! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. That comment was from 2years ago; and it's now even more a case of Finito Benito: this is no good for my health - and nobody pays me for getting white hairs...
      I've even missed some (very tiny) little 'fast ticks' in the above re-edits - audible via Foobar - but not on Audacity - but as there have been just 4 page-views I can't say I really care!!!!!!!
      So: whilst you may love the 'thrilling sounds' (virtually/as good as the LP's) I've always hated the editing...

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