Sir Georg Solti / CSO – Dvořák New World Symphony (Dutch pressing)


# Composer: Antonín Dvořák
# Orchestra: Chicago Symphony Orchestra
# Conductor: Sir Georg Solti
# Vinyl (1983)
# Number of Discs: 1
# Format: Flac
# DR Analysis: DR 15
# Label: London
# Size: 881MB (24/96) + 218MB (16/44.1)
# Recovery: 5%
# Scan: yes
# Server: RS, FF

Because you just can’t have too many copies of the New World…

Thanks to an anonymous donor for contributing this album!

Track List:

Side 1
01 – Adagio – Allegro Molto
02 – Largo

Side 2
03 – Scherzo (Molto Vivace)
04 – Allegro Con Fuoco

You can see more information on this album here.

Ripping Info:

All vinyl is cleaned on a VPI 16.5

Technics SL1200-MK5 (modified)
– Rega RB300 arm with RB700 wiring
– Michell Tecnoweight
– SoundSupports armboard
– Trans-Fi Audio Reso-Mat
Shure V15VxMR (with Jico stylus)
SimAudio Moon 110LP preamp
Native Instruments Audio4DJ USB interface

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7 thoughts on “Sir Georg Solti / CSO – Dvořák New World Symphony (Dutch pressing)

  1. Hi, I’ve been waiting for this record for years ! Until now, I only had the CD to listen to. This vinyl rip sounds great.
    Solti’s has always been the best 9th to me, even better than Ancerl’s or the several Karajan versions (though these are very good too).
    Thank you very much for your efforts.

  2. Many thanks Steve. Even if I must say that I find this performance impressive indeed but a bit “charmless”. Not too fluid and with a “over-muscular” brass section, if I might say so. As far as I’m concerned, I do prefer Ancerl’s “idiomatism”, Fricsay’s refinement and maybe even more : Kertesz with LSO or, even better, with Vienna. Only my opinion, though.
    Many thanks !

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