my fav part is the track that starts around 20 min mark. all that build up and with that melody that enters at 25:49 is gets to the peak that i've heard only in some beethoven's symphonies and late string quartets. that moment was so intense to me that my body just couldn't hold it anymore; i cried in pitch-darkness. it's something that usually only beethoven does to me.
Ok I'm intrigued, can you recommend some of those symphonies and string quartets?
off the top of my head...
- 3rd, 5th and 9th symphony (try those conducted by john eliot gardiner cause he uses original fast tempos or if you prefer slower aka normal tempos try herbert von karajan or wilhelm furtwangler)
- last 5 string quartets (try interpretations by takacs quartet, best imo, second best is alban berg quartett but older recordings, third (or maybe even second is quartetto italiano))
- piano concertos no. 3 and 5 (try those with krystian zimerman)
- piano sonatas no.8, 14, 17, 21, 23 and 29 (try daniel barenboim, wilhelm kempff, vladimir horowitz or alfred brendel)
- violin sonata no. 9 (try with perlman and ashkenazy)
Edited by xox, 07 February 2017 - 05:09 PM.