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  1. RR: 177. Grieg: String Quartet in G minor, op. 27

    1. Budapest String Quartet (1937)




    2. Emerson String Quartet (2004)




    3. New Helsinki Quartet (1997)




    4. Petersen
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  2. RR: 176. Schumann: Davidsbündlertänze, op. 6

    1. Gieseking (1947)




    2. Anda (1966)




    3. Perahia (1973)




    4. Cortot (1937)

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  3. RR: 175. Tchaikovsky: Symphony #4 in F minor, op. 36

    1. Mravinsky (cond.), Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra (1960)




    2. Szell (cond.), London Symphony Orchestra (1962)




    3. Jansons (cond.), Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra (1984)

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  4. Svetlanov, Glinka, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, USSR State Symphony Orchestra

    This week’s Cover 2 Cover share actually began as a potential Vinyl’s Revenge. In searching for a YouTube clip of an old Melodiya vinyl recording in my collection of Tchaikovsky’s Polish Symphony, I found a contemporaneous performance of the same work by the same orchestra and conductor, but in a public setting.

    The Soviet military intervention that concluded the Prague Spring on 20 August 1968 coincided with a tour of the USSR State Symphony Orchestra in the UK. According to a review of today’s feature performance,
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  5. RR: 174. Mendelssohn: Symphony #3 in A minor, op. 56 "Scottish"

    1. Maag (cond.), London Symphony Orchestra (1960)




    2. Karajan (cond.), Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (1971)




    3. Munch (cond.), Boston Symphony Orchestra (1959)

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