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    Mozart Edition (170 CDs), Brilliant Classics.

    Mozart Edition (170 CDs), Brilliant Classics.

    1) Are the performances good?
    2) How complete is it? (Any works actually missing? I read from some reviews on Amazon that in the release of Mozart Edition there are some CDs missing: is it true? )
    3) Any technical flaws?
    4) Is it worth buying?

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    I have a set of "Complete Mozart" put out by Philips mostly around the early '90s. There were a number of sets, mostly by different genres of music. Since I'm no opera fan, I didn't get those, but I have everything else. It'a quite a bunch.

    Even at the time, many of the performances were re-issues, but that doesn't take away from what they are.

    Is this 170 a newer issuing? Of course, if you subscibe to "Robert Newman's" ideas, you may want to be sure Wolfie wrote the stuff!!

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