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"I detest all my own records."
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g***@gmail.com
2020-09-21 01:39:30 UTC
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
MELMOTH
2020-09-21 07:38:53 UTC
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
http://patachonf.free.fr/musique/monteux/discographie.php
g***@gmail.com
2020-09-21 13:22:34 UTC
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
http://patachonf.free.fr/musique/monteux/discographie.php
Concerning Trois Nocturnes, pour orchestre (1900), the 1961 recording doesn't include Sirenes.
g***@gmail.com
2020-09-30 00:51:54 UTC
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
http://patachonf.free.fr/musique/monteux/discographie.php
There is also a discography in Canarina's bio of Monteux:

https://books.google.com/books?id=7KmD9tU5Ht0C&pg=PA328&dq=discography+stravinsky+cd-9329&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjFvq6m1I_sAhXJsaQKHb1pAmAQ6AEwAXoECAAQAg#v=onepage&q=discography%20stravinsky%20cd-9329&f=false
drh8h
2020-10-01 01:53:47 UTC
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
Seems like they all say that, but I don't remember any one refusing their royalties for that reason. Maybe a list of artists who admitted liking his/her recordings would be interesting?

DH
Frank Berger
2020-10-01 02:33:51 UTC
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Seems like they all say that, but I don't remember any one refusing their royalties for that reason. Maybe a list of artists who admitted liking his/her recordings would be interesting?
DH
Non Sequitur. Not liking one's recordings is no reason not
to sell them to people who do.
dk
2020-10-01 03:34:23 UTC
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
Seems like they all say that, but I don't remember any one refusing their royalties for that reason. Maybe a list of artists who admitted liking his/her recordings would be interesting?
DH
Non Sequitur. Not liking one's recordings is
no reason not to sell them to people who do.
Sounds like the very essence of capitalism!

dk
Frank Berger
2020-10-01 11:53:03 UTC
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
Seems like they all say that, but I don't remember any one refusing their royalties for that reason. Maybe a list of artists who admitted liking his/her recordings would be interesting?
DH
Non Sequitur. Not liking one's recordings is
no reason not to sell them to people who do.
Sounds like the very essence of capitalism!
dk
True. Two people engaging in voluntary exchange.
Owen
2020-10-01 15:40:53 UTC
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
Seems like they all say that, but I don't remember any one refusing their royalties for that reason. Maybe a list of artists who admitted liking his/her recordings would be interesting?
DH
On the other hand, there's a whole lot of artists who refused to issue
some of their recordings, so, in those cases I think we can assume they
approved of the ones they released (and refused royalties for them!). I
can think of Toscanini, and Carlos Kleiber. I'm sure there are more.

-Owen
Tassilo
2020-10-02 06:58:47 UTC
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When Sony first planned to release a Boulez edition on compact disc, Boulez asked them to suppress exactly 2 recordings: the LSO recording of the Symphonie fantastique from 1967 and the 1969 recording of Beethoven’s 5th with the New Philharmonia. Sony omitted the Beethoven, but they were more or less obliged to use the Symphonie fantastique given that they released all of Boulez’s Berlioz recordings in a 3-CD set that included Lélio. (Without the Fantastique the release would have been an odd mélange indeed.) Then, when the 67-disc compilation of all of Boulez’s recordings for CBS was released around the time of his 90th birthday, both recordings were included. -Tassilo
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
Seems like they all say that, but I don't remember any one refusing their royalties for that reason. Maybe a list of artists who admitted liking his/her recordings would be interesting?
DH
On the other hand, there's a whole lot of artists who refused to issue
some of their recordings, so, in those cases I think we can assume they
approved of the ones they released (and refused royalties for them!). I
can think of Toscanini, and Carlos Kleiber. I'm sure there are more.
-Owen
Bob Harper
2020-10-02 17:15:38 UTC
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When Sony first planned to release a Boulez edition on compact disc, Boulez asked them to suppress exactly 2 recordings: the LSO recording of the Symphonie fantastique from 1967 and the 1969 recording of Beethoven’s 5th with the New Philharmonia. Sony omitted the Beethoven, but they were more or less obliged to use the Symphonie fantastique given that they released all of Boulez’s Berlioz recordings in a 3-CD set that included Lélio. (Without the Fantastique the release would have been an odd mélange indeed.) Then, when the 67-disc compilation of all of Boulez’s recordings for CBS was released around the time of his 90th birthday, both recordings were included. -Tassilo
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Monteux_discography
Seems like they all say that, but I don't remember any one refusing their royalties for that reason. Maybe a list of artists who admitted liking his/her recordings would be interesting?
DH
On the other hand, there's a whole lot of artists who refused to issue
some of their recordings, so, in those cases I think we can assume they
approved of the ones they released (and refused royalties for them!). I
can think of Toscanini, and Carlos Kleiber. I'm sure there are more.
-Owen
I remember the Beethoven 5th as being....odd. Why do you think he wanted
it suppressed? No recollection of the SF, though I believe I had it in a
2-disc LP set with Lelio (about which I also remember nothing).

Bob Harper

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