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Posted by Donald Clarke on February 20, 2016, 3:36 am
In Stephen Greenback's recent review of recordings by Adolf Busch, he mentions the box of "The Compete Warner Recordings" (they were not of course Warner recordings, but that is where they have ended up). I have the box and I enjoy it, but does anybody know why the first Rasumovsky (Op. 59 no. 1) was not included? It was recorded by Columbia in 1942; the Op. 130, recorded the year before, is in the box. Some strange international kowtowing to copyright dates?
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