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The Royal Ballet - Ansermet with Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden 

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Brahms sonatas no.1 & 2 for cello and piano, with Pierre Fournier and Wilhelm Backhaus 

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 Tasmin Little / Martin Roscoe / Bournemouth Sinfonietta / Richard Studt,   Arvo Pärt -‎– Tabula Rasa • Fratres • Spiegel Im Spiegel • Cantus In Memory Of Benjamin Britten.  EMI Eminence ‎ CD  ‎ 7243 5 65031 2 0,  UK 1994.

Tabula Rasa • Fratres • Spiegel Im Spiegel • Cantus In Memory Of Benjamin Britten (CD, Album) album cover

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Emil Gilels,  ‎Beethoven – Sonaten No. 17 »Der Sturm/The Tempest« • No. 18.  Deutsche Grammophon ‎ 2532 061  Germany 1982.

For someone who has executed such a flawless performance, he does not look like one happy camper....

Sonaten No. 17 »Der Sturm/The Tempest« • No. 18 (Vinyl, LP, Album) album cover

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Espana - Rimsky Korsakov, Granados, Chabrier, Moszkowski with Ataulfo Argenta conducting the LSO. 

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Staying within the Spanish theme (Granados, Falla, Albeniz)

Fritz Reiner and Chicago Symphony Orchestra

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More Spanish influence.... 

Lalo Symphonie Espagnole with Henryk Szeryng and Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Walter Hendl 

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13 minutes ago, att23 said:

Nathan Milstein - Masterpieces

 

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Where did you get this record from? How is the sound quality?

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34 minutes ago, PKay said:

Where did you get this record from? How is the sound quality?

I am only listening to the Analogue Productions 2018 SACD. Mastered by Kevin Gray using original master tape. There is an equivalent 200g record version from AP.  
I have never owned the original 1960 version of this record, so I cannot A/B compare.  
 

edit: If you do not need to hunt down the earlier original releases, AP records from my experience have been great.

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I love buying whole collections of things, and eclassical have a daily deal thing going on that I've been watching. Today I snagged the complete orchestral works of Grieg for a steal price, almost 10 hours of music. Get it while it's still available if you're interested

https://www.eclassical.com/pages/daily-deal.html?cache=purge

 

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On 06/09/2020 at 9:58 AM, Ittaku said:

I love buying whole collections of things, and eclassical have a daily deal thing going on that I've been watching. Today I snagged the complete orchestral works of Grieg for a steal price, almost 10 hours of music.

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This orchestra must absolutely loathe playing the Peer Gynt Suite no. 1 for Orchestra, yet I finally made my way to it, and it's the most riveting recorded performance I can ever remember. Great sound too.

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