The difference Pappano makes to the LSOmain
From the Lebrecht Album of the Week:
…. He hustles things along in the fourth symphony, where Boult gets bogged down, and he shows real anger in the sixth. These are cogent and apt approaches, reminiscent in certain ways of John Barbirolli in the 1930s …
Read on here.
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In Czech here.
UPDATE: Various commenters have taken issue with my statement that no non-UK conductor has recorded the symphonies. In fact I overlooked a set by Bernard Haitink, who was resident in the UK for two decades. Apologies.