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Post by MalleTragic » Fri Dec 02, 2005 11:23 pm

Rimsky's Sheherezade (Reiner)
I personally like Ormandy with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

One more to add to my list:
"A London Symphony"- Vaughan Williams
Villa Park High School (02-06)- Drumline Captain
Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra (04-06)- Principal Percussion
Cleveland Institute of Music (06-10)- Undergraduate Timpani/Percussion Performance

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Post by LoyalTubist » Sun Jan 15, 2006 12:15 am

I like listening to living conductors and living composers. Go out and see the L.A. Phil, when you can. And there are other living composers than John Williams. Listen to John Adams. I love his Nixon in China. Even if you are like me, conservative politically, there is a lot to like in this opera.

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Post by Hostrauser » Mon Jan 16, 2006 10:03 am

When Leonard Slatkin was conductor of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra they put out a TON of top-notch recordings (most on RCA/Victor Red Label, if I recall correctly).

The Slatkin/SLSO recordings of Orff's "Carmina Burana" and Copland's "Symphony for Organ" are the best I've ever found.

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