Particular & Rare HD-Vinyl 24/96 Mono (Everest) Ralph Vaughan Williams – Job, A Masque For Dancing (Boult)

Reposted, now with the new phono amp, the new cart and the new DAC…and in 24/96
I think we all know the story. God makes a bet with the Devil to test Job’s faith, and it isn’t at all clear who wins. What is perfectly clear is that Job loses–he gets thoroughly clobbered, though there’s a happy ending when his prosperity and serenity are restored. Vaughan Williams turned this rather depressing story into one of his very greatest works, a magnificent ballet that perfectly captures the personalities of the various protagonists. The music representing God and his foe, Satan, is especially well crafted, and the whole work has long been regarded as the composer’s orchestral masterpiece. –David Hurwitz

# Composer: Ralph Vaughan Williams
# Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
# Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult
# Vinyl (1959)
# Format: Flac
# Label: Everest
# DR-Analysis: DR 12
# Size: 490 MB
# Scan: yes
# Server: FileFactory

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