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Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) & Rudolf Serkin (piano)

Our younger generation of cello soloists seems to favour a tone production which balances a refined upper range with a middle and lower register that's strong and well focused, rather than expansively... More…

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6 CDs

$15.50

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Teresa Stratas (Violetta), Plácido Domingo (Alfredo), Cornell MacNeil (Giorgio Germont)

Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Severely cut and rearranged, Zeffirelli's famous film suffocates under its own opulence; but Parisian and Provencal locations, Levine's rich conducting, Domingo and Stratas remain rewarding. More…

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Rudolf Serkin (piano) & Mstislav Rostropovich (cello)

With playing of this calibre, with both artists wonderfully attuned to each other’s responses, every nuance tells and Brahms’s bold melodic lines soar out from the speakers (and the cello seems... More…

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CD

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Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Sir Georg Solti

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2 Presto CDs

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Lucia Popp (Susanna), Kiri Te Kanawa (Countess), Frederica von Stade (Cherubino), Samuel Ramey (Figaro), Thomas Allen (Count)

London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Georg Solti

Kiri te Kanawa sings the Countess's aria with meltingly beautiful tone...The discreet flirtation with Cherubino...is done with some feeling...Thomas Allen is quite simply superb as the Count. More…

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Gould Remastered

Glenn Gould (piano)

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