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    Feast of Classical Music Podcasts from Germany

    Dear XYZ, KMANDLA, and Friends,

    Greetings and Good Afternoon.

    Check these awesome podcasts out from "Deutsche - Welle Television in Germany as well as from SR-ONLINE) German Radio.

    The Bitrate of the first podcast is very good. It is 160 kbps.

    It includes composers such as Richard Strauss, Brahms, Beethoven, Mozart, Schumann, and Bruckner.

    Enjoy and Have a Great Day.

    1. Deutsche Welle presents "Classical Masterpieces"

    Kent Nagano conducts Classical Masterpieces

    "Six master composers, six symphonies, a star conductor and a leading orchestra are the main ingredients of this remarkable musical feast on DW-TV".

    http://www.dw-world.de/dw/0,2142,9698,00.html

    2. 4 of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos as a Free Download

    http://www.sr-online.de/sr2/80/585925.html

    3. Beethoven Fest Podcast from Deutsche Welle Television

    http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,...128770,00.html

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    Re: Feast of Classical Music Podcasts from Germany

    Sweet. Downloading Beethoven one now.
    Nothing to see here, move along...

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    Re : Thanks and Message

    Quote Originally Posted by tigerpants View Post

    Sweet.

    Downloading Beethoven one now.
    Dear Tigerpants,

    Greetings and Good Evening.

    Many Thanks for your message.

    I would strongly recommend that you should download if you want to, "Mozart's Jupiter Symphony Number 41" which was and is the most famous composition of Mozart right up till today.

    I also recommend downloading Anton Bruckner's 8 th Symphony as well as the Symphonies by Schumann and Brahms.

    They are also out of this world.

    I will be visiting this Forum shortly and posting some more awesome podcasts of classical music as and when i get to know about them.

    Thanks again for your comments and have a great day.

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