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« on: May 13, 2013, 05:38:45 pm »

Tikotsky's Sym No 6 is interesting.....probably the main problem in getting these works re-recorded on CD is that no one like Neeme Jarvi (for Estonia) or V. Sinaisky (or other Latvian conductors) is around to champion ( or "carry the torch") the symphonic works of Belarus.     


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I wonder if that's as much a reflection of the current political system in that country, where any kind of initiative is discouraged or outright squashed. 
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