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CD84457 Brahms PC no 2 w/Andsnes - Beethoven/Mahler Sym no 3 'E

CD84457 Brahms PC no 2 w/Andsnes - Beethoven/Mahler Sym no 3 'E
CD84457 Brahms PC no 2 w/Andsnes - Beethoven/Mahler Sym no 3 'E
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CD84457 Brahms PC no 2 w/Andsnes - Beethoven/Mahler Sym no 3 'E

A fairly meditative Brahms Piano Concerto no 2 in B flat major, op 83 from Leif Ove Andsnes, the London Philharmonic and Vladimir Jurowski at this Saturday 30 October 2010 season opener at the Royal Festival Hall, and broadcast by BBC Radio 3 Wednesday 3 November 2010.

It was coupled with Mahler's fin-de-siècle heady expansion of Beethoven's third, giving an added dimension to 'period performance'.

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Brahms: Piano Concerto no 2 Leif Ove Andsnes (piano)

Technical details: Satellite broadcast, fed directly to the computer's hard drive via amplifier. Saved in wav format and converted into mp3 (320bps/48kHz) and flac (16bit/48kHz) by Goldwave and split where necessary by Fastest File Splitter and Joiner.



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