Music: THE BEST OF THE SEVENTIES

CLASSICAL Berlioz, Les Troyens (Philips, 5 LPs, 1970). Berlioz's grandest opera, powerfully conducted by his finest current interpreter, Colin Davis.

Stravinsky, Le Sacre du Printemps (Columbia, 1970). Under the baton of that red-blooded logician, Pierre Boulez, all is rite in Stravinsky's polysavage modern classic.

Haydn, The Complete Symphonies (London, 48 LPs, 1971-75). Antal Dorati's stylish compilation of the 104 symphonies reveals the Papa Haydn of legend as a supremely virile innovator.

Charles Ives, The 100th Anniversary (Columbia, 5 LPs, 1974). A comprehensive survey of the fiercely original and patriotic works that made this...

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