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Posted on 5 Apr 2014, 17:12:26 BST
enthusiast says:
I've always enjoyed Tennstedt's Brahms Requiem as much as any. It has a reputation for being a little slower than others and this is (objectively) true but Brahms responds well to Tennstedt's warm approach and Tennstedt keeps things moving. Slow in this performance never means slack or indulgent. I do also enjoy the Klemperer classic and acknowledge it is indeed a great performance but the recorded sound is a little limiting. Harnoncourt's is another that I have enjoyed.
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