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In Reply to: RE: Prof. Johnson's best work.... posted by Ivan303 on March 07, 2017 at 09:01:54
I also agree with jdaniel about Jansons' EMI - and I like his newer (multi-channel!) recording with the RCOA too! I confess to liking the old Johanos/Dallas recording as well (bass impact!). Then there's the old Kondrashin recording, the Svetlanov recording on the Canyon label (in the set mentioned below). . . and let's not forget a superb recent performance (on plain old CD) by Jurowski and the LPO, which captures the real excitement of a live performance! (Is it hard to obtain now? Amazon is selling it for over $51 - Yikes!)
Another great performance and maybe the best sounding recording of the Symphonic Dances is the Dallas Symphony conducted by Donald Johanos
It is available from Analog Productions . Although done in 1967 there is a recent SACD which is a sonic spectacular.
I think it is explosive
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