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In Reply to: RE: My "imprint" version of the Brandenburgs was the Scherchen - the one with the Cento Soli Orch of Paris posted by Chris from Lafayette on March 11, 2017 at 11:07:19
As we said before - the Munchinger version.
I always thought it was pretty dynamic and lively until I listened to it again recently and it seemed almost sluggish compared with modern HIP versions. Reinhard Goebel changed everything up the road in Koln.
for pre-HIP Brandenburgs, Paillard is the one for me. I put it ahead of Marriner/ASM and I Musici, both of which I also enjoy. Munchinger's St. Matthew Passion and Magnificat remain my favorites, though.
AFAIR, many of the famous French soloists on Paillard's Erato recording also appeared on the Scherchen Paris recording too!
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