ai have it too, and you're correct. I have another on Hungaraton, I'll post it when I find it.
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Thanks for the tip - none of the copies of various pressings and performances of this work that I've tried have done it for me in the way that an NPR "In Performance" live broadcast from the Kennedy Center here in DC circa last year did. (Was this Zinmann with the NSO? I can't remember, but maybe somebody else will - or was there!)
The Ozawa version (Boston) is good (especially the soprano), except for the floppy disk RCA LP. It is also available on CD in the "High Peformance" version. The Tilson-Thomas (Cleveland) is not bad. The Kegel is okay.
BTW Carmina Burana is definitely Orff's most well-known work, but has anyone listened to "Catulli Carmina" ? It's also very nice, but not so spectacular.