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October 23, 1991 | PETER CATALANO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
RCA Victor--the company that made Enrico Caruso and Jascha Heifetz household names--is making a comeback with a large vanity recording, a project that has huge risks and little profit-making prospects. RCA's engineers were scheduled to wrap up the project Tuesday night in Symphony Hall, the company's first opera recorded in the United States in 25 years, and only its second opera recorded since 1981.
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October 23, 1991 | PETER CATALANO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
RCA Victor--the company that made Enrico Caruso and Jascha Heifetz household names--is making a comeback with a large vanity recording, a project that has huge risks and little profit-making prospects. RCA's engineers were scheduled to wrap up the project Tuesday night in Symphony Hall, the company's first opera recorded in the United States in 25 years, and only its second opera recorded since 1981.
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September 23, 1990 | HERBERT GLASS
The thoughtful new management at BMG Classics, successor to the old RCA Victor recording company, has finally gotten around to restoring to us some of RCA's principal treasures of the 1960s, including the complete Beethoven Quartets in the celebrated performances by the then-youthful Guarneri Quartet. The interpretations retain their allure; it may even be enhanced due to the scarcity these days of an ensemble sound of such sheer voluptuousness as the Guarneri's.
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June 6, 2004 | David Mermelstein, Special to The Times
Strange. Brave. Incongruous. Any of these descriptions might apply to the Los Angeles Master Chorale's final concert this season, titled "The New Broadway: Sondheim and Generation Next." To be performed at Walt Disney Concert Hall next Sunday and June 15, the program will feature songs by three composers who are critically acclaimed but not yet famous: Jason Robert Brown, Ricky Ian Gordon and Adam Guettel. The combination is certainly odd.
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