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Pierre Boulez conducts Stravinsky: Petrushka & Pulcinella Suite [SACD Hybrid Multi-channel] Reviews for the product - Pierre Boulez conducts Stravinsky: Petrushka & Pulcinella Suite

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Boulez Conducts Resplendent Stravinsky With New York Philharmonic

- 09/11/2018

One of the earliest CBS SQ Quadraphonic Lps was that of Igor Stravinsky's original 1911 version of his ballet, "Petrushka". The quadraphonic Lp reproduced the acoustics of Philharmonic Hall in New York City, which do not exist at present, since the concert hall has been stripped and rebuilt, due to acoustical problems. The sound, on this disc, sound lovely, so the question remains, what was wrong with the original Hall???

Paul Jacobs is a magnificent soloist in the solo part in "Petrushka".

The Suite from "Pulcinella" performance is lovely and Boulez solves some of the problems with meter and barring in the 1920 "Symphonies of Wind Instruments!"

This disc is a winner in every way!!!


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