Music composed before 1950

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Loving this. First class in every way.
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Perfection

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it's Hils again. I risked letting her loose on my favourite concerto :D
Pix, please try this. There is nothing 'classical' about wild Sibelius. It rocks; especially with this girl in the groove.
Turn the volume UP! :dance:

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When an orchestra love a conductor, & all love the music.
Evgeny Svetlanov in Japan
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Revolution music.
Yes, we all know it.
Yes, he makes five (or seven?) attempts to finish it.
But this performance is raw, detailed, and still great sixty-five years on.
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