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I don't listen to Classical music too often, although I own Bach's Brandenburg Concertos and I listen to it sometimes. I was just listening to U2's Joshua Tree and I'm currently listening to the eponymous Portishead CD.
roger de hauteville
I enjoyed the music but with too many distractions unfortunately. Watching the musicians and the performance was wonderful. It's always a pleasure when the camera allows such intimate moments with talented artists.
I purchased Schubert: Trout Quintet; Arpeggione Sonata; Die Forelle by Emanuel Ax for more thorough consideration. I'm listening now in fact.
Wikipedia has an interesting page devoted to the Trout Quintet.
My impression after listening w/o distractions... I will enjoy this very much. I'm happy for the purchase.