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Ferenc Fricsay - Mozart: Serenade In G, K.525 'Eine kleine Nachtmusik' / Beethoven: Music To Goethe's Tragedy 'Egmont', Op.84 / Smetana: The Moldau, JB 1:112 / Liszt: Les Preludes,S.97

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Deutsche Grammophon

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Classical

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ADGR 85101
UPC: 028947958895
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180 Gram Vinyl Record



180 Gram LP

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180-gram vinyl, pressed at Optimal in Germany

Mastered from original sources

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Ferenc Fricsay conducts the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra. Fricsay, born in Hungary, held the post of chief conductor from 1949 to 1954. 



Eine Kleine Nachtmusik G-dur KV 525
1. Allegro
2. Romanze: Andante
3. Menuetto: Allegro
4. Rondo: Allegro

Egmont-Ouverture Op. 84
Die Moldau (Vltava)
Les Préludes (Sinfonische Dichtung Nr. 3)

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Another brilliant hi-res sourced LP

posted on 06/04/2016
5 Stars
Reviewer: Jonathan
DG ought to be applauded for their commitment to vinyl reissues. I have never failed to be highly impressed with any of these reissues and the sound, even though they are sourced from 24 bit, 96 kHz masters (in turn created from the original analogue tapes), is always superb - far better than when these were re-issued onto CD. The pressing are also of an uniformly high standard - equal to be very best.

Although this particular re-issue reveals an odd inconsistent left / right balance / panning problem in the Egmont at the end of side 1 (also audible in the accompanying digital download), it is not too much of a distraction from what is an extremely entertaining near-hour of eclectic music-making.

I can only hope that these "budget-priced" (in relative terms) titles continue to sell well because of all the modern classical vinyl reissues available these days, these count as the best on a per-dollar basis - not only as regards the sound but obviously also the legendary performances


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