Instrumental music, mostly large-scale

… and not featuring the piano. The latest collection of CDs from Las Casas Zwicky, as I move through the classical music recordings. Still to come are two gigantic collections, of chamber music and music featuring the piano (yes, they overlap, annoyingly). Meanwhile, a tiny assortment of recordings with instruments other than the piano, and then a bunch of large-scale instrumental works, mostly symphonies. This is offer #19, Instrumental, in two boxes, which can be asked for separately or together.

The ground rules again: each offer comes as a package, all or nothing: we’re ready to mail out a package for the cost of mailing and no more. If you want a collection, SEND E-MAIL to me (arnold.zwicky@gmail.com). With your postal address. Kim Darnell (drdcrunk.gmail.com) will then make arrangements for mailing and billing. (PLEASE PLEASE don’t reply as a Facebook comment or message or a WordPress comment, since this offer is going out in multiple places.)

Now, details of Offer #19.

Box 1. Four albums with specific instruments: sonatas by Antonio Soler on the accordion, recorder concerti by Archangelo Corelli, Clara Rockmore on the theremin, Andres Segovia playing Bach on the guitar. And then from Samuel Barber works and Beethoven symphonies in a number of recordings to the Brahms Violin Concerto and Copland orchestral works

Box 2. From Chausson violin works, Corigliano’s Symphony No. 1, and Górecki’s Symphony No. 3 through lots of Haydn, Mahler, and Mozart symphonies to Philharmonia Baroque recordings, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Stravinsky

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