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  1. Recorded Music and Publications
    Lately, revising some conductors that were going to feature in my Beethoven Challenge, I came across some symphonies conducted by Otto Klemperer, famous for the "architecture" of his cycle. I have read that it has been out-of-fashion, but I enjoyed some movements of the Eroica. Also, Mozart 29...
  2. Classical Music Discussion
    No, this is not one of those 'is A better than B' threads (get real, you don't think that I would do something like that, do you? :lol: ) At first Leonard Bernstein and Otto Klemperer would seem like a real odd couple, there isn't a lot that they have in common, and yet... Last evening I was...
  3. Classical Music Discussion
    Any opinions on this? Seems very well-reviewed (and I am sure I have read realdealblues praising Kempe's Brahms). And is, well, affordable shall we say. I'm not totally in the market for another cycle of either - happy with what I have - but could be persuaded here...
  4. Orchestral Music
    Certain sections of the society [Of which, most are older gentlemen] have a deep love for mono and analogue recordings from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. The era of Klemperer, Walter, Furtwangler, Schuricht, Bohm and others... They are called "the greats". People who were old enough to have met...
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