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  1. RR: 159. Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola in E-flat, K. 364

    1. Perlman, Zukerman, Mehta (cond.), Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (1982)




    2. Grumiaux, Pelliccia, C. Davis (cond.), London Symphony Orchestra (1964)




    3. D. Oistrakh (violin & cond.), I. Oistrakh, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (1972)
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  2. RR: 158. Rachmaninoff: Preludes, opp. 23 & 32

    1. Ashkenazy (1975)




    2. Richter (13 various) (1971)




    3. Weissenberg (1969)




    4. Alexeev (1989)

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  3. RR: 157. Suk: Symphony #2 in C minor, op. 27 "Asrael"

    1. Talich (cond.), Czech Philharmonic Orchestra (1952)




    2. Kubelík (cond.), Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra (1981)




    3. Pešek (cond.), Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (1990)

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  4. RR: 156. Vivaldi: Stabat Mater, RV 621

    1. Scholl, Banchini (cond.), Ensemble 415 (1995)




    2. Mingardo, Alessandrini (cond.), Concerto Italiano (1999)




    3. Bowman, Hogwood (cond.), Academy of Ancient Music (1975)


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  5. Berlioz, Lorin Maazel, Cleveland Orchestra ‎– Symphonie Fantastique

    This month's Vinyl's Revenge is not necessarily a truly great recording, but it stands out in my mind because it was the first recording I ever owned of thus seminal work.

    Trout, in one of his many surveys of repertoire recordings, looked at Symphonie Fantastique and many of his stand-outs were from the great French conductors: Munch, Paray and I would add to that Igor Markevitch, as well as some "Berlioz specialists" like Sir Colin Davis and Sir Thomas Beecham. I would ...
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