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In Reply to: RE: Ozawa was capable of 'moments'... posted by Ivan303 on March 08, 2017 at 17:09:27
I always rather liked his Respighi Rome trilogy (BSO), particularly Feste Romane with a rather hallucinatory view of La Befana. I also have a weakness for his Bartok Music for Strings, Percussion etc. also with the BSO ( there is a later version with the Saito Kainen Festival Orch). However it may be because this was the first recording of "modern" music that I became attracted to in my teens. So perhaps a sentimental view from me.
The Respighi is available on Qobuz but not , as far as I can see, the Bartok ( NB: next major update from them will be an improved search facility; BTW have you seen the display of additional information when you click on a track in the listing view in the new player?).
Yes, great feature as there is no way to set the tabs on the display of track information and I play mostly for m a small laptop that controls the other players in the house (mac mini, iMac, etc).
Turns out the Bartok 'Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, Sz. 106' is on the first tracks of 'l'album Seiji Ozawa Anniversary' which is an 11 CD compilation of his UMG catalog pictured above.
Thanks for the info.
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