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5.0 out of 5 stars Winning Berlin Disc of Stravinsky At His Brittle Best, 15 Jun. 2008
This review is from: Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms / Symphony in C / Symphony in Three Movements (Audio CD)
Not the biggest Stravinsky fan, but I keep coming back to this disc. I particularly want to hear the Symphony in C, probably because of its clarity and elegant facade. The other two pieces are notably more dramatic, I think. Excellent singing and instrumental playing.

I just want to know, what exactly does "in concert" mean? Live and maybe padded with rehearsal takes? Strictly live on the night? Not live at all? Someone else review this disc and please explain.
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Initial post: 1 May 2014, 11:54:16 BST
Lamy1901 says:
It will be an edited version, made from two or more performances plus a 'patching' session. That way the flavour of a live performance can be created with blemishes ironed out using small takes inserted from the patch session.
In a genuine 'live' performance, i.e. concert recording, there is the added pressure on the musicians not to screw up and this can result in a stilted performance - the worst of both worlds! That's apart from the advantage of having options to choose from in the editing.
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