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Adolf Busch (violin)
The Busch Quartet
Lucia Pop, Elizabeth Connell, Edith Wiens, Felicity Lott, Trudeliese Schmidt, Nadine Denize, Richard Versalle, Jorma Hynninen & Hans Sotin
Tiffin School Boy’s Choir, London Philharmonic Choir & London Philharmonic Orchestra, Klaus Tennstedt
The Tallis Scholars, Peter Phillips
This is absolutely superb. We must accept that Josquin is unlikely to have heard this music with two women on the top line, but they do it so well that only a fundamentalist would mark the disc... — More…
Symphony No. 2: Edith Mathis (soprano), Doris Soffel (mezzo); Symphony No. 3: Ortrun Wenkel (alto); Symphony No. 4: Lucia Popp (soprano); Symphony No. 8: Elizabeth Connell (Magna Peccatrix), Edith Wiens (Una Poenitentium), Felicity Lott (Mater Gloriosa), Trudeliese Schmidt (Mulier Samaritana), Nadine...
Tennstedt's Mahler is of the old school; no "Mahler lite" here...His tempi are indeed often slow but by no means necessarily the slowest in comparison with other successful versions and his sense... — More…