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HIP(-inspired) recordings of Schumann's symphonies?
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Steve
2019-08-07 18:32:40 UTC
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Looking for recommendations of HIP or HIP-inspired recordings of
Robert Schumann's symphonies. Gardiner, Herreweghe, Harnoncourt,
Schönwandt, P. Järvi,...?

Thank you.

Steve
Alex Brown
2019-08-07 19:22:39 UTC
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Looking for recommendations of HIP or HIP-inspired recordings of
Robert Schumann's symphonies. Gardiner, Herreweghe, Harnoncourt,
Schönwandt, P. Järvi,...?
Thank you.
Steve
Gardiner. As (generally) a non-Gardiner fan, I inherited these and
though I ought to slog through them ... and was greatly impressed. Maybe
his best recordings?
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2019-08-08 17:45:09 UTC
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Looking for recommendations of HIP or HIP-inspired recordings of
Robert Schumann's symphonies. Gardiner, Herreweghe, Harnoncourt,
Schönwandt, P. Järvi,...?
Thank you.
Steve
Gardiner. As (generally) a non-Gardiner fan, I inherited these and
though I ought to slog through them ... and was greatly impressed. Maybe
his best recordings?
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Roy Goodman/The Hanover Band
Alan Dawes
2019-08-09 09:27:35 UTC
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Post by Steve
Looking for recommendations of HIP or HIP-inspired recordings of
Robert Schumann's symphonies. Gardiner, Herreweghe, Harnoncourt,
Schönwandt, P. Järvi,...?
Thank you.
Steve
If you mean Historically Informed by the early 20th centuary then why not
Klemperer - he has split violins to L and R with the woodwind clear. I
have the 1990 CD set in front of me!

https://www.amazon.com/Schumann-Symphonies-Nos-1-4-Faust-Overture/dp/B000005GP9



Alan - perhaps with tongue slightly in cheek :-)
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s***@nycap.rr.com
2019-08-09 11:46:54 UTC
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I like zinman/tonhalle for these works. I think you could consider them hip influenced.
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2019-08-09 16:19:16 UTC
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I like zinman/tonhalle for these works. I think you could consider them hip influenced.
NORRINGTON(!)/Stuttgart Radio SO (Hanssler)
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2019-08-09 18:47:53 UTC
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I like zinman/tonhalle for these works. I think you could consider them hip influenced.
NORRINGTON(!)/Stuttgart Radio SO (Hanssler)
I wonder if you have his Beethoven cycle on Hanssler also. If so, what do you think of it?

MIFrost
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2019-08-12 13:11:34 UTC
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I like zinman/tonhalle for these works. I think you could consider them hip influenced.
NORRINGTON(!)/Stuttgart Radio SO (Hanssler)
I wonder if you have his Beethoven cycle on Hanssler also. If so, what do you think of it?
MIFrost
I've always enjoyed Sir Roger's performances (beginning at the time of his EMI Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique release. So I have all the LvB Symphonies released on Virgin Veritas and Hanssler. I know I liked them, but since last listening to them several years ago, I'm at a loss to write anything specific about them. (These days I happy being able to remember how to return home.) When the opportunity arises I'll listen again.
MELMOTH
2019-08-13 15:36:08 UTC
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Looking for recommendations of HIP or HIP-inspired recordings of
Robert Schumann's symphonies. Gardiner, Herreweghe, Harnoncourt,
Schönwandt, P. Järvi,...?
Paray (Mercury)

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