Committed to disc for Reader's Digest in 1968, these selections include Ravel's La Valse and Rachmaninov's Symphonic Dances Op. 45 and Waltz Op. 17 in their original two-piano versions.
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"Messrs Wild and Steiner play with an easy, imperturbable assurance. This is virile, no-nonsense Rachmaninov that values musical architecture. The Wild coda is a hot-house of boisterous abandonment. Steiner's collaboration with Mr. Wild suggests the workings of a fine musical mind."—American Record Guide
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