2007: EMI issued a 17 CD box, "Jacqueline DuPre: The Complete EMI Recordings".
2012: EMI issues a 17 CD box, "Jacqueline DuPre: The Complete EMI Recordings".
Either box is a worthy tribute to the great cellist, but there is a slight, though annoying, difference between them.
CD 17 of the new box has one track that was not in the old box:
 J.S.Bach Adagio & Allegro from Sonata in D for Cello & Harpsichord, BWV 1028 (4:35) with Ronald Kinloch Anderson playing harpsichord.
This was recorded in July, 1962 and was part of DuPre's first LP for EMI (an abum of encores with assorted accompanists).
EMI forgot to include it in the 2007 box.
It was not "lost". The publication date for it is 1963.
EMI just forgot it.
They have now corrected their mistake, which is a good thing, but it seems like an insult to those who bought the 2007 box.
EMI should have issued the new CD 17 as a single at a specially reduced price.
The new box does cost about half of what the old box cost, which makes it a bit less painful.
1) On CD 1, the Delius Concerto is now on 5 tracks, instead of the single track of 2007. Sound is unchanged.
2) There are five additional photographs of Jacqueline DuPre.
3) There is a two-page timeline of her life.
The article by Christopher Nupen that appeared in 2007 is reprinted in the new box.
Typographical Error: On CD 9, the Allegretto in E flat, Hess 48 is mis-identified as Hess 84.* This mistake is repeated from the 2007 box.
IN CONCLUSION: The new box is a great buy and deserves five stars. but if I had bought the old box in 2007, I would be more than a little annoyed.
* For more information about the Hess catalog, as well as the Kinsky catalog (WoO) and the Biamonti catalog, go to lvbeethoven.com
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