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Stravinsky ballets on Naxos review
Posted by Todd Schurk on May 4, 2012, 3:28 am
Paul Corfield Godfrey in his review of the Stravinsky/N.Y. Phil. ballets disc states that the orchestra in Stravinsky's later stereo remakes is the N.Y. Phil under another name (Columbia Symphony). This is incorrect. The stereo remakes were recorded in Hollywood/L.A. with a group mostly made up of L.A. Philharmonic members and studio musicians,much like Bruno Walter's "Indian Summer" recordings made circa the same era.
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