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    Here's some I've bought as of recently.









    Pre-ordered this since April

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    I saw In Slaughter Natives and Die Weisse Rose (With Kim Larsen from of the wand and the moon on session drums) this weekend. DWR was really cool so I picked up their latest CD. I also had Kim sign a of the wand and the moon CD with a personal dedication I'm going to give to a friend for christmas.




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    Written by Enslaved’s Ivar Bjørnson and Einar Selvik of Wardruna, for the 200th anniversary of the Norwegian Constitution, Skuggsjá is the history of Norway from the beginning to present day. The music highlights the country’s Norse heritage via the use of folk instrumentation and celebrates the traditions and intellectual concepts of the nation. There is a blend of proto-Scandinavian, Norse and Norwegian in the lyrics that tell this unique story.

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    I recently bought a CD of the Goldberg Variations performed by Gwendolyn Toth on the lautenwerck ("lute-harpsichord").

    The instrument has fascinated me for a while, and when I discovered that a recording of these variations had been recorded on it, I had to buy it. As a teenage, the composers who most captured my imagination were Beethoven, Wagner and Bruckner. Nowadays, however, I find myself drawn more and more to chamber music, and this archaic keyboard is a perfect match for my disposition towards small-scale musical settings.

    The performance is very good, but the recording has an irritating hum in the background. This isn't a problem when I listen through speakers, but if I try to play it through headphones, it ruins the entire experience. Such a shame! I can ignore it through speakers with my current setup, but if I had better speakers, I know it would be hard miss.

    Anyway, it is nonetheless a good addition to my growing collection of Goldberg Variations. For a more natural lauenwerck album, I highly recommend Robert Hill's recordings of Bach's lute music for this instrument. BWV 996 is amazing. It sounds so much better than it does on the guitar, lute, piano, or harpsichord.

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