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Dvorak Slavonic Dances Op.46 72
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- Product Dimensions : 15.39 x 14.5 x 0.99 cm; 92.13 Grams
- Manufacturer : WARNER BROTHERS IMPORT
- Manufacturer reference : 809274899927
- Original Release Date : 2002
- Run time : 1 hour and 15 minutes
- SPARS Code : ADD
- Label : WARNER BROTHERS IMPORT
- ASIN : B000071WE9
- Number of discs : 1
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Skip it- get the digital version on Supraphon or better yet, Sejna.Reviewed in the United States on 28 July 2018
Except for the recorded sound, Neumann's 80s rerecording is superior in every way- less square, less plodding, better ensemble work, more energetic. The sound is a bit more digital- crisp and detailed- then this recording, which is rich and quite beautiful. But I find the performances here consistently disappointing, and not anywhere as effective as Sejna or Mackerras, just to name Czech Phil recordings readily available on CD. BTW, I've liked Neumann's 70's Dvorak symphony cycle quite a bit- it was only these performances that I found to be bad Neumann.
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