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In Reply to: RE: Cho's Chopin: most unobtrusive and delicate trills, but slight hesitations bug me posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on June 07, 2017 at 07:37:46
One dimensional, or dare I say...digital. During the Concerto for Left Hand, soloist and orchestra sound as if they're all piled into a small 5 sq ft area.
I wonder if the Piano Concerto in G is better? Anyone? We're talking stereo here.
Certainly not "flat" at all (at least as I hear it). Another thing I like about that album is the solo piano selections in multichannel (Massenet Toccata, etc.) - really three-dimensional!
My goodness, Ansermet's old recording with Ricci opened up a good 12 ft beyond the back of my room.
I'll likely go with the old EMI GROC Francois/Cluyten over at HD. When it's on sale.
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