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In Reply to: RE: My first classical LP posted by TGR on April 12, 2017 at 17:32:01
I have a bunch of these LPs from his Columbia days. I have never played them. Guess its time to put them on....
Dvorak, New World Symphony, any copy I have, I thoroughly enjoy.
Gershwin, American in Paris and Rhapsody in Blue, any copy I have, I enjoy.
Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture, again any copy but notably if they use real canons is a great symphony.
I'm pretty green on classical music, but quite simply listening to classical music especially vinyl LP's is among the most stress relieving endeavors I do.
If you can find it look for the "New World" conducted by Rodzinski on Westminster. Best interpretation and performance I've ever heard.
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