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A complete rendition of the Nutcracker score on CD.Any recomendation appreciated.

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#1 cubanmiamiboy


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Posted 11 September 2010 - 07:44 AM

After getting fed with many CD's of Nut's "highlights", I'm ready to purchase a copy that contains the complete score. I'm inclined toward the 1999 Lanchbery's with the Philharmonia Orchestra of London for EMI Classics, for which it has the rarely played Op. 71-(Gigue/English Dance..thanks, Carbro for pointing to the link of the track!! :thumbsup: )
Is there any other options that you guys consider to be a better pick...? Is Lanchbery's complete...?
Thanks in advance! :flowers:

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