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    Quote Originally Posted by ptr View Post
    I can second what Bruce write, I have a most of Northern Flowers Tishchenko releases (And several old Olympias and the Naxos Seven). I think their (NF) Symphony releases are the most uneven (the Naxos Seven is about the best), the set of 5 "Dante" Symphonies are perhaps the most interesting! (I have a feeling that most of Northern Flowers newly recorded releases have quite severe budget constraints that leads to the cheapest Russian orchestras and conductors, most seem under rehearsed and some cases the conductor mostly seem to "beat time"! A pity I think as most of the "NF" repertoire is quite interesting!)

    I haven't listened that much to the concertos to have a real honest thing to say, remember them as quite uneven, the Cello one perhaps the best, but that could well be Rostropovich making wonders with what is there! On the whole I like the quartets the best, but I have to mix and match interpretations from the Northern Flowers and old Olympia Releases.

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    I also have his 3 symphonies on Northern Flowers. Is it me or are they all S1,S3 & S5 mono? They were recorded in the 70's so one assumes they are stereo. I know of other recordings made behind the Iron Curtain in mono in 70s/80s. Nowhere on the CD paperwork does it state this either way. It is a shame and I think Northern Flowers should let the consumer know.

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