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Customer Reviews

this cd rox!!!

i luv this cd cause it is fun listening to songs that i usually hear a full orchestra listen to. now, it's just a tuba! :-) my favorite songs are: pictures at an exhibition, the planets, and ride of the valkyries. this cd is totally worth it if you enjoy famous pieces of orchestra music or enjoy tuba!

This is a great CD!

I love all of the songs, and since I play the Tuba this CD gives me some examples of how I should be sounding when I play. Or on the other this is just a fun CD to listen to!

Last Track SKIPS!!

While this recording is extremely helpful for a brass player studying the orchestral excerpts, I find it highly annoying that the last track near the end of the CD skips so badly that you cannot hear most of what Gene is talking about. It seems he is wrapping up the whole CD with some final thoughts and you miss out on it entirely!! I wrote to iTunes and was told that they will not offer me a refund... they didn't even read my email, I don't want a refund I want a clean track so I can hear what Gene is saying at the end of the CD!!! Gene went to the trouble of putting his thoughts on this CD and iTunes messed it up. Save yourself the annoyance, buy a hard copy.


Formed: 1891 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Classical

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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is one of the three most acclaimed orchestras in America at the end of the century (the others being the New York Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony Orchestra), and one of the few serious rivals that the New York Philharmonic has had in its long history. Curiously, the histories of the two orchestras are somewhat intermingled. Theodore Thomas had organized and led orchestras in New York during the 1870s and 1880s, competing with the Philharmonic Society of New York...
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