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    Skrowaczewski for me too.
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    Tintner on my end. I was surprised 0 didn't end up in Inbal's survey of the symphonies.

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    It is in my box of Inbal's recordings, Manx!

    And it's a good one! I've warmed to Inbal in recent years, a very fine and thoughtful conductor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Pickett View Post
    It is in my box of Inbal's recordings, Manx!

    And it's a good one! I've warmed to Inbal in recent years, a very fine and thoughtful conductor.
    That's odd. I must have a box set that edited that out or was made before that was recorded.

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    Bruckner

    This is my choice

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    I've chanced my mind, going with Haitink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D Smith View Post
    Young/Hamburg here. An excellent performance.

    Same for me. I prefer Young to Tintner.

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    I'll be listening to this one:

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    Nice symphony choice for early 2018!
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    Quote Originally Posted by D Smith View Post
    Young/Hamburg here. An excellent performance.

    I agree. Young/Hamburg is a great choice. I will listen to this one, too..

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    Georg Tintner: National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland:








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    I think techniquest will inadvertently find he is going for Skrowaczewski too! As far as I am aware, Jochum never touched 0 and 00....
    Yup, you're absolutely right - CD10 i.e symphony No.0, is the Skrowaczewski recording.
    There will come a time soon when Youtube won't let us do this...

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    I've got a surprisingly large number of recordings of this Symphony, it's Skrowaczewski as first choice though. I have Inbal's, Tintner, Chailly, Young, Barenboim, and ought to relisten to a few of them. True, this work is not as good, or as Brucknerian as the mature symphonies, but it ain't bad!

    Another hidden gem is in the bargain of all time, the ultra cheap set conducted by Roberto Paternostro. It's a remarkably satisfying cycle, and I like the recording quality too. Not a top orchestra admittedly, but they are no slouches. His 0 is very good, but I particularly like his Fifth and Seventh!
    Last edited by Robert Pickett; Jan-14-2018 at 18:45.

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