Also includes an aluminum CD.
This HDAD+ package contains two discs, one is a two-sided DVD-10 containing two channel 24 bit/192 kHz data and three-channel 24 bit/96 kHz data on one side, playable on DVD Audio players, and on the other side two channel 24 bit 96 kHz data and three channel Dolby AC-3, playable on DVD video players. The second disc included is a standard two-channel CD containing 16 bit/44.1 kHz data playable on all CD and DVD players. Transferred directly from the original 35mm three-track film by Bernie Grundman from Bernie Grundman Mastering and Len Horowitz from History of Recorded Sound at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood.
Sir Malcolm Sargent conducts the London Symphony at Walthamstow Town Hall, London in a beautifully colorful interpretation of Tchaikovsky's infamous Fifth Symphony. The Fifth Symphony was at first considered a failure by the composer after its first few performances were poorly received. Further performances proved to the composer and the critics that, in fact, this great Symphony was worthy of further consideration and ultimately widespread acceptance. Orchestras around the world now perform Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony routinely to the thrill of their audiences. This Bert Whyte Everest recording in 1959 directly onto three channels of 35mm magnetic tape captures all the dynamic nuance of Tchaikovsky's multi-layered orchestration in a way most other conventional recordings are incapable of doing. The original edited three tack 35mm master tapes were used for this HDAD release.
||1st Movement - Andante; Allegro con anima|
||2nd Movement - Andante cantibile, con alcuna licenza|
||3rd Movement - Valse: Allegro moderato|
||4th Movement - Finale: Andante maestoso; Allegro vivace|