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|Orff, Stahlman, Ferrante|
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Historic First Recording of Carmina Burana
Paul A. Fucito | Washington, DC | 07/19/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Aside from being the first ever recording of Carl Orff's masterpiece, the music and sound quality are fantastic. Fritz Mahler (related to the legendary Gustav Mahler), took the HSO to new heights when he recorded a series of albums for Vanguard at The Bushnell in Hartford. This was a major highlight in the history of the HSO and worth a listen. Also look for the HSO's recording of Henry Purcell's "Four suites For Strings.""