10 more RCA Living Stereo SACDs announced

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  1. Marc Colella

    Marc Colella Cinematographer

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    Info provided by the resident lune Teresa - over at the AA:

    RCA Living Stereo SACDs
    Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue/Concerto In F/American in Paris/Arthur Fiedler & the Boston Pops Orchestra - RCA 61393 - $11.98
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    Offenbach: Orch. Rosenthal/Gaite Parisienne/Rossini-Respighi: La Boutique Fantastique/Arthur Fiedler & the Boston Pops Orchestra - RCA 66369 - $11.98
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    Morton Gould & His Orchestra - Brass & Percussion - RCA 66371 - $11.98
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    Jascha Heifetz - Sibelius/Prokofiev/Glazunov Violin Concertos - RCA 66372 - $11.98
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    Berlioz: Requiem/Charles Munch/BSO - RCA 66373 - $23.96 (two discs)
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    Ravel: Bolero/La Valse/Rapsodie Espagnole/Debussy: Images/Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony - RCA 66374 - $11.98
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    Dvorak: & Walton/Cello Concertos/Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony - RCA 66375 - $11.98
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    Dvorak: New World Symphony/Carnival Overture/Smetana/Bartered Bride Overture/Fritz Reiner/CSO - RCA 66376 - $11.98
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    Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade/Stravinsky: Song of the Nightingale/Fritz Reiner/CSO - RCA 66377 - $11.98
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    Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1/Arthur Rubinstein/Fritz Reiner - RCA 66378 - $11.98


    Release Date: Jan. 25, 2005
     
  2. Phil A

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    That's good news for music bad for my wallet. I still have 3 more of the old releases on my to buy list, along with a few of MLP relases, about 8 or 9 things on SACD I still have not opened and several CDs. Not to mention Clapton and Elton John stuff coming out and other things I have not gotten to on my 'to buy' list.
     
  3. Dennis Nicholls

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    I'm up for the Chuck Munch and the Fritz Reiner, but am not moved by any Fiedler or Gould.

    Who plays the 'cello in the Munch Dvorak recording?
     
  4. Lee Scoggins

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    This is a nice title collection. The Rimsky-Korsakov and Ravel are good performances. The music budget expands...
     
  5. Seth--L

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    I'll probably get the Heifetz and Brahms, maybe the Dvorak Cello too (I'm guessing the Starker MLP recording of it will be released too in Jan -- would rather have that version).

    Do we really need another recording of the Dvorak 9 on SACD?
     
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    By way of a heads up...my friend Bob Levi is about to post some Mercury Living Presence reviews on Positive Feedback. They should prove interesting...Bob is a knowledgeable reviewer.
     

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