Ward has been talking about this for a long time, but I'm afraid there
is only so much one man can do (and make a living too).
On 4/10/2013 6:07 PM, Karl Miller wrote:
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Terrific 1970 Interview with Stokowski
> I recall Ward Marston telling us at his talk at ARSC-NY that he intended to
> revisit and redo those Bell Labs recordings, and as Mike said, he played us
> a sample as redone. The LP's might have been his first big restoration
> project. I recall there was an issue getting the timing of the two
> channels exactly together. That is of course much easier to do on the
> computer today. I hope he will redo those items.
> Due to my interest in odd ball repertoire, I had a recent exchange with Ward
> about those recordings...I was looking for Stokowski doing the Lopatnikoff 1st
> Symphony. He said something to the effect that he wanted to redo them. When I
> asked him when...he said...well....