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    Moved on to Joe Banamassa

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    Verdi's La Traviata on SiriusXM. A Metropolitan Opera performance from Jan. 18, 2020.

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    Joe Bonamassa 'Royal Tea'

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    I listened to Met Opera Radio while driving to my daughter's house to pick up our grandson, whom we sit for on Fridays. The opera was Puccini's Tosca, in a performance from Dec. 5, 1981. Carol Neblett sang the title role with Josť Carreras as Mario Cavaradossi.

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    Listening to Ouverture Solennelle, '1812', op. 49 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Sir Colin Davis leading the Boston Symphony in a 1980 recording.

    One of the all-time best 1812 recordings around, imo, with Russian choruses singing the hymn tunes and cannons augmenting the percussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by campy View Post
    Listening to Ouverture Solennelle, '1812', op. 49 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Sir Colin Davis leading the Boston Symphony in a 1980 recording.

    One of the all-time best 1812 recordings around, imo, with Russian choruses singing the hymn tunes and cannons augmenting the percussion.
    I think I have that recording on vinyl. I have to look.
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    "Say the Word"

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    I just listened to Barry Manilow's version of that classic WWII song, I Don't Want To Walk Without You. He put this recording on his 1979 album, One Voice.

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    Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 20 played by reknown Mozart interpreter Mitsuko Uchida conducting the English Chamber Orchestra from the piano bench. The second movement of this concerto is famous and was well received. Mozart himself was the pianist when it premiered in 1785, conducting the orchestra as well. When he premiered it, the audience loved the second movement so much when they first heard it, that they applauded and demanded he play it again, which he did a total of three times before he was allowed to finsh the concerto with the third movement. A young Beethoven also admired this piece and kept it in his playing repertoire.
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    I get a feed on my FB for various artists and I was listening to that while writing yesterday.

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    When I drove to the bank today, I listened to the Spinners' 1973 hit, Could It Be I'm Falling In Love, ​on one of my compilation CDs.

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