Mr. P. A. Bellamy

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Location: Bucks, UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 28,174 - Total Helpful Votes: 87 of 107
Symphony No 4 <a href="">The Ljubljana Symphony Orchestra & Max Emanuel Cencic</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
I already have two fine recording of Mahler's Symphony No.4 - Maazel with the Vienna Philharmonic (Kathleen Battle) and James Levine with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Judith Blegen) - both on LP's. I heard that this recording with the young Max Cencic as vocal soloist and conducted by Anton Nanut was another very worthy of listening to. I have the mp3 download so expected some sound loss, but really this has been a revelation. I would suggest no collection of this work is complete without this recording. Not only is the last movement with Cencic's extraordinary and perfect rendering a wonderful experience, but Nanut's fine work with the Ljubljana Symphony Orchestra, whilst unshowy, is a… Read more
Lifemax/RNIB Men's Talking Atomic Watch 407 with S&hellip Lifemax
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth it!, 25 Aug 2014
This works a treat! Soon got used to the thicker size than usual. Mine came with the hands out of sync so it took a few goes to get the time set correctly. You need to read and re-read the instructions very carefully or you can waste a lot of time. Also, when I was setting it up, the atomic clock didn't click in for a very long time - I set it up to go with all hands on 12 o'clock, put it on the window shelf and left it for several hours in the hope it would eventually work. It did and has been keeping the correct time ever since. So the message is, don't panic if nothing appears to happen if you have to re-sync the hands - eventually the atomic clock signal will kick in. If the battery… Read more
The Silver Violin ~ Nicola Benedetti
The Silver Violin ~ Nicola Benedetti
What a joy to hear the violin being played not only so expertly but with that added verve that instantly communicates so much more to the listener. A great ambassador for the violin and music in general.