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RE: Speaking of domesticated Rachmaninoff: Oue's Symphonic Dances on Reference is the best digital recording I've heard

If you like the Oue Rachmaninov, try "Copland 100" on the same label, which includes Appalachian Spring, Third Symphony, and Fanfare for the Common Man. Recently I listened to 7 or 8 recordings of the symphony (with score) prior to hearing the Cleveland Orchestra play it at Severance Hall. Oue's easily had the best sound, and I didn't find any performances (including either of Bernstein's) that I liked better.

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