A survey of the EMI Great Conductors of the 20th Century series, celebrating the artistry of eminent leaders who defined orchestral performance in the era of recordings The excellence and prestige of the Philips Great Pianists of the 20th Century series demanded a successor, and logically this is it, since so many superstar performers of the last century were conductors who collectively shaped the course of classical music. Any serious attempt to compile a project of such daunting scope demands instant respect and attention. Great Conductors of the 20th Century is a joint venture between the production and licensing expertise of IMG Artists and the international marketing and distribution clout of EMI. Sixty volumes were planned with hopes for even more. Unfortunately, though, perhaps reflecting our leaner climate for classical projects, the producers now advise that only forty will be issued. Thus, rather than a proud celebration of the full wealth of this keystone of classical art, the truncated result is tinged with regret for what might have been.
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Notes and Editorial Reviews Strauss himself would surely have loved these performances for their sterling artistry, musicianship and humanity. To have caught Heather Harper's singing of Strauss's Four Last Songs at its peak, this recording should have been made about five years ago. Now, one is bound to say, the bloom on high sustained phrases is not as springlike as it was then. Even so, this is lovely Strauss singing and an autumnal approach is entirely appropriate. These are such wonderful songs that every worthwhile singer brings something new and special to them.
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