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Brian:

--- Quote from: JBS on January 22, 2022, 08:56:01 AM ---How much of the Mitropoulos box is mono and how much stereo?

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Amazon.de doesn't say, so I hope one of our resident history buffs knows the answer. By the way, my PM box is no longer full (subscription was processed).

Madiel:
I have Masur doing the Liszt tone poems.

I’m fairly sure it’s Liszt that bores me rather than Masur…

k a rl h e nn i ng:

--- Quote from: Madiel on January 22, 2022, 12:38:31 PM ---I have Masur doing the Liszt tone poems.

I’m fairly sure it’s Liszt that bores me rather than Masur…

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FWIW, I prefer Haitink & Noseda in Liszt

Todd:


An apparent alternative cover.



More from the Francescas.  Here's to hoping they record all core rep.



Now that's a cover shot.



And that's pretty good, too.



A career resurrected.





Daverz:

--- Quote from: JBS on January 22, 2022, 08:56:01 AM ---
How much of the Mitropoulos box is mono and how much stereo?

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Mitropoulos did not live long enough to make many stereo recordings.  At his best, the intensity of his conducting makes up for the lack of stereo.

I'm hoping these are all new remasterings, up to the standards of the other Sony historical boxes.  I was disappointed in the Shostakovich (Syms 5 & 10) and Berlioz (Symphonie fantastique) CDs I got from Japan.

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