BRC-1804 - Reiner RCA SO J.S.Bach Suites
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I took the Ravel Daphnis with me on vacation to make the tracking: I used the Munch/Boston from 1955 to compare tracks. There are certainly on some places in the Boston Orchestra "better" players, but as a whole the Munch sounds nearly dull compared to Dorati. His performance has so much more tension !!
Bas van Westerup, Zoetermeer Netherlands for BRC-2825

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BRC-1804 - Reiner RCA SO J.S.Bach Suites

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Get this and see how true feeling for the music creates automatically "period" style with non– period instruments and musicians little used to the idiom. Julius Baker's flute in No.2 is hors-concours for all times. Reiner shows his rare sense of style, uses a chamber orchestra and proves to possess the greatest gift for conductors according to Karl Boehm, "the feeling for tempo giusto". Excellent recording and transfers from virtually silent LP sides. A missing link restored both in Bach playing and in the Reiner discography.





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