Comments: Triplicate entries

No triplicates - No IPod. But I'm getting one from work for my service anniversary. - three days before I get laid off. But I'll have a new toy to play with and lots of time to play.

Cas

Posted by cassie-b at October 14, 2007 10:26 AM

Ouch! Small consolation that is!

I don't have an iPod either, but iTunes works on the PC (even Windows), so my library is virtually all CDs I've loaded into it.

Posted by Linkmeister at October 14, 2007 10:57 AM

I have at least one quadruplicate: "Aquarela do Brasil" in various versions by Gal Costa, Joao Gilberto, Rosa Passos and Francisco Alves, and that's not counting an English version, "Brazil" by Frank Sinatra, that I play often on a jukebox.
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Posted by Peter at October 15, 2007 10:04 PM

No triplicates; but I do have one duplicate. It's a doozy, too, it's Verdi's Requiem, which we're currently rehearsing. Our director recommended the Gerghiev recording because Gerghiev is an opera conductor, but poking around iTunes I found the 1960-something recording conducted by Sir Georg Solti, with Sutherland, Horne, Pavarotti, and Talvela, and I could NOT pass up that version, so I bought them both. I was right, too - the solo work in the Gerghiev version isn't anywhere near the earlier recording, even if the soprano is Andrea Boccelli.

Posted by hedera at October 16, 2007 06:30 PM