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Interesting but flawed
Very early Bartok, this, before he fully found his voice. Nevertheless, an interesting listen. Sound is generally good, but roughens badly at the few orchestral peaks.
The recording is clean and sharply defined, suiting the astonishingly forceful approach Dorati takes with this score.
Title: Bartók - The Wooden Prince, Op. 13
Artist(s): Conductor – Antal Dorati conducting The London Symphony Orchestra
Transferred from a 2-tracks 15ips tape
Recording Info: Released 1966 by Mercury Records
Engineer - Robert Eberenz Producer - Harold Lawrence
The Wooden Prince, Op. 13
1. Opening 4:42
2. First Dance: 3:33
3. Second Dance 4:21
4. Third Dance 9:40
5. Fourth Dance 11:47
6. Fifth Dance 1:26
7. Sixth Dance 1:33
8. Seventh Dance 6:15
Total Time: 43:17