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  1. RR: 179. Mahler: Symphony #6 in A minor "Tragic"

    1. Barbirolli (cond.), New Philharmonia Orchestra (1967)




    2. Bernstein (cond.), Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (1988)




    3. Boulez (cond.), Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (1994)

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  2. The

    Allegri - Miserere
    Brumel - Missa Et ecce terrae motus
    Byrd - Mass for Five Voices
    Crumb - Black Angels
    Dufay - Nuper rosarum flores
    Enescu - Oedipe
    Nono - Como und ola de fuerza y luz
    Rzewski - Variations on The People United Will Never be Defeated!
    Shostakovich - String Quartet #8
    Takemitsu - From Me Flows What You Call Time
    Tallis - Spem in Alium
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  3. Bruch, Wieniawski, Michael Rabin, Sir Adrian Boult ‎– Scottish Fantasy / Concerto #1

    This week’s edition of Vinyl’s Revenge proposes a vintage recording of violin concertante works, one by Bruch and the other by Wieniawski – featuring American violinist Michael Rabin accompanied by Sir Adrian Boult and the Philharmonia Orchestra.

    Michael Rabin was of Romanian-Jewish descent. His mother Jeanne was a Juilliard-trained pianist, and his father George was a violinist in the New York Philharmonic. He began to study the violin at the age of seven. His parents encouraged
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  4. RR: 178. Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit

    1. Pogorelich (1983)




    2. Argerich (1974)




    3. Michelangeli (1959, London)




    4. François (1967)

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  5. 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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