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    Quote Originally Posted by Enthusiast View Post
    So I wondered if there was some particular part of his work that built that enthusiasm.
    For me, this would be his Mahler, Dvořák and Wagner. If you are looking for any specific recordings, I would suggest the ones shown below.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Enthusiast View Post
    ^ Finding a better one was not my point. I'm sure he is as worthy as others in the list (some great ones scored nearly nothing!) but I was just surprised at him winning. He is not the sort of conductor who inspires adulation in the way that most of the other top scorers are. So I wondered if there was some particular part of his work that built that enthusiasm.
    Well expressed. I concur with what you are saying here.

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    Mifek: Agree. I believe Kubelik's Mahler set is still one of the best. Ditto his Dvorak Eighth Symphony with the Berlin Phiharmonic.
    Last edited by Brahmsian Colors; Aug-24-2019 at 19:22.

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