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Subject: Re: Bruno Maderna's Mozart 38
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On Nov 17, 2:37=A0pm, jrsnfld <jrsn...@aol.com> wrote:
> On Nov 17, 11:02=A0am, mandryka <howie.st...@btinternet.com> wrote:
> > On Nov 14, 8:40=A0pm, jrsnfld <jrsn...@aol.com> wrote:
> > > That Arkadia disc is a gem; also, there's a recording on the
> > > Stradivarius label of Maderna conducting the Symphony No. 18 (Fmaj),
> > > coupled with Stravinsky's Rite of Spring (indispensable, if not
> > > perfect!) and Schoenberg's 5 Pieces (all with RAI Torino).
> > > --Jeff
> > I have the record with the Rite. Does anyone have the one with =A0Mozar=
> > Symphony 40 and Mendelssohn 3? If so can they share it with me? It's
> > just impossible to find.
> I've never seen it. Does it actually exist? (That website you linked
> has question marks by it...the only Maderna Mendelssohn 3 I've seen is
> in the big Concertgebouw box set.)
> > I've decided I want to hear everything Maderna recorded.
> Same here.
Some years ago a friend sent me a live recording of Maderna
conducting Brahms's First Symphony. Extraordinary. Phenomenal. A new
look and breath into the work without in any way altering or
distorting it. Maderna was obviously a genius among conductors.
Perhaps other things, too. But who made commercial recordings with him
as a conductor?