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Dear friends,

Thank you for your encouragement and your participation in this blog.

Besides those which I've linked on the sidebar, what notable blogs share mostly classical music?

And, do you have any requests for rare or unavailable classical music from the 19th century or earlier?

13 Comments:

At 4:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanx a lot for your links...
:-)


http://ibiza-music.blogspot.com/

In this blog there is sometime classical links.

and req: the complete wagner's piano music, if it is possible...

 
At 5:32 PM, Blogger marxbert said...

only slightly familiar with "rock" avant-garde. I'm looking forward to your earlier post after seeing a piece called "Trenchcoat Dances" performed live (percussion and electronics; intersection of "rock music, cabaret, and African" sounds, to quote the composer, Shaun Naidoo)...

i do not know of any strictly classical blogs except those already listed.

although none of these are strictly classical music, it is featured:
http://crapifoundatthelibrary.blogspot.com/
Very wide range of music...A piece by Pauline Oliveros in the Female Electronic Composers is not to be missed...

http://themiserablist.blogspot.com
Three CDs of Alfred Schnittke throughout their archive (complete works for Cello and Piano and Kronos Quartet's performance of the String Quartets).

http://whitenoise2.blogspot.com
Glenn Branca, Bang on a Can within the archives...

 
At 7:56 PM, Blogger knowby said...

I've decided only to link to blogs that share MOSTLY classical music. Still, thanks for the links.

 
At 8:26 AM, Anonymous brahms said...

thanks for all the music, Have you ever hear Robert Farnon and the world premiere of ‘Hope’...

 
At 12:07 PM, Anonymous eugene said...

the biggest i know is ru-classical.livejournal.com (friends only lj)
+
well - mine - :) eye2ear.livejournal.com (frinds only)

my personal CDs list can be found on www.eye2ear.net/index.html although rather old now...

 
At 1:03 PM, Blogger Eugene said...

the abovecomment is mine.
finally got registered here too

 
At 9:02 PM, Blogger knowby said...

eugene,

Thanks for the links! They also give me the opportunity to say that I'll also only be linking to blogs in English (because, naturally, my readership reads English), and those whose downloads are available to everyone.

I'm so narrow.

 
At 9:49 AM, Anonymous Tim Rutherford-Johnson said...

The blog of the Analog Arts Ensemble, ANAblog is a good bet for mostly classical MP3s.

Great site by the way, been looking for one like this for some time!

 
At 7:00 PM, Blogger Bruckovsky said...

My blog is devoted almost 100% to classical music:

http://bruckovskyopuscero.blogspot.com/


Bruckovsky
Barcelona (Spain)

 
At 10:06 AM, Blogger knowby said...

Thank you, Bruckovsky. Your blog looks great. But I will not link to it from my front page because it is not in English (see my comment above). Sorry to be such a typical, narrow-minded, intolerant American!

 
At 10:47 PM, Blogger knowby said...

Good gravy! Are there are really so few open-access, English-language sharing blogs devoted to classical music, compared to the thousands devoted to rock albums?

 
At 1:08 PM, Blogger Jacob Sudol said...

Hi, I just found about your blog from Steve Layton. You have some great music that I look forward to listening to.

I recently started a mp3 blog of mostly contemporary music myself at http://www.sequenza21.com/sudol.html

I also recently posted some of the Well-Tuned Piano but am excited to hear the full thing. Thanks!

 
At 4:16 PM, Blogger knowby said...

Jacob Sudol,

Love your blog! I'm a longtime fan of Sequenza21 and your blog looks fantastic, with useful commentary and not just download links.

Since it appears you regularly post complete works in addition to excerpts, I get to link you in my sidebar.

 

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