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Old 30th July 2012, 04:08 AM   #1
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Here's an interesting interview from 1986 with Charles Dutoit, which give an insight of music making and recording, among other things.

Charles Dutoit Interview with Bruce Duffie . . . . .
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Many valid points a quarter of a century later. I like his view on the finer points of developing an orchestra sound. The passage about the harmony and harmonics of a chord played by two horns and two clarinets and two bassoons is particularly interesting.

He also worked at the time when multi-channel recordings of orchestra performances became the norm. Very few conductors controlled those as closely as Herbert von Karajan for example. Dutiot at this point in time just made his orchestra sound the way he wanted it to sound.
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