Worst Dressed Performer?

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It did, but not when I tried to save it. I'll try again.

Adrian

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Adrian

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Jane

I have that Bruckner9 on LP and I am inclined to agree with your observation. A fairly good recording, if not a tad too smooth, though it takes a very distant back-seat to the recent complete Rattle-Bruckner9 (though I am inclined to think that Sir Simon bought his suit from the same charity shop as frequented by Mr Guilini!)

 

DSM

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Giulini always looked very elegant to me and for casual wear this seems fine:

Adrian

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Maybe, the next topic for a thread would be the hair styling, based on this Giulini fine "look".

(I don't dare to envisage further topics in the same field.)

Parla

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Adrian3 wrote:

Giulini always looked very elegant to me and for casual wear this seems fine:

I've got a bath robe like that, but for some reason I never wear a turtleneck sweater under it.

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Wearing these items is one thing: choosing to be photographed in them, and then presumably approving the photographs is quite another. Imagine Klemps or Toscanini in some of these garbs!

Chris A.Gnostic

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Are we forgetting those EMI Karajan BPO LPs.....?  Heavy black leathers, motorbike just out of shot.........Ein Heldenleben comes to mind.

IAN Phuket

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Adrian3 wrote:

I love the face on the guy behind her.

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You mean this one, Ian?

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