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Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico

Postby tubacat » Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:01 pm

Hi.
I have been lurking long enough and decided to become a member.

I have a question. Does anybody know who the tuba player was in 1984 with the Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico.
The orchestra sounds great, and the tubist has a great focused cutting sound that projects like crazy.
The conductor is Enrique Batiz.
I highly recommend this recording if you don't have it. I am amazed at how tight the ensemble is in this orchestra, esp. being around for only 13 years at the time the recording was originally recorded.

thanks,

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Postby tubapress » Sat Feb 26, 2005 11:19 pm

Hi and welcome!

On this recording, what music is performed?
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Postby tubacat » Sun Feb 27, 2005 5:40 pm

Oh, sorry. I knew I forgot something.

This particular recording has Borodin's Symphony No.2 in B minor, Prince Igor- Overture and Polovtsian Dances.

It is a fantastic recording!
The tuba player sounds like Warren Deck, Chester Schmitz, and Tommy Johnson rolled into one!

It has been re-released in 2004 on Sanctuary Classics/ Records.
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