Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Brahms: Complete Symphonies - Takashi Asahina, Osaka PO



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Canyon Classics 1997 PCCL-00306

Enjoy!

10 comments:

  1. Thank Buckner interpretations and those of Brahms, hopefully in the future you can post more of the collection of Toscanini. A hug from Buenos Aires.

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  2. Just to continue from the 1st Bruckner 8th thread....

    Look at the left hand side of the cover picture. 10000 yen for this cd set ! Their pricing structure is totally different than the rest of the world. We can buy one of those multi-cd set from SONY for US$30 or so, like the Serkin or Leinsdorf thread on this blog.

    I just started on the 1st symphony 1st and 2nd movement, as if i am listening to a new piece. Very different from the mainstream western interpretation style, the way the harmonics sound, I need more listening to conclude.

    Some critics said Giulini is famous to bring out the string sound, the bass line, to make a symphony sound good. This Asahina Brahms 2, all the string instruments sing as if they are one !

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  3. Here's the JVC Brahms set from 1980. I will delete the link in two days. Collection is mix of FLACs and VBR MP3s, which is the best I can offer, unfortunately. http://ul.to/rfa9ltws

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  4. Thank you.

    i were not aware of his Brahms other than this CANYON set. And I do a search on the web, and I think there are 5 or 6 Brahms complete set published before.

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  5. Do you have any of Asahina's Bruckner

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  7. Dear Bayreuth, many thanks for the great uploads specially the japan relases. Do you have by any chance to upload Verdi: Requiem with Richter which is published on Altus? Kind regards, Gabor

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  8. Thank you, Bayreuth, for these rare and otherwise unaffordable recordings. Incredibly interesting music making. I had never heard Asahina before.
    All my gratitude.

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  9. Thanks, Anonymous, for the other set of Brahms-Asahina.
    Could you please specify which orchestra he is conducting in this most beautiful 1980 set?
    Many thanks.

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    1. Of course, Osaka PO.

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