Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Ludwig van Beethoven
Performer: Edwin Fischer, Wolfgang Schneiderhan, Enrico Mainardi
Orchestra: Wiener Philharmoniker
Number of Discs: 4 CD box set
Format: FLAC (image+cue)
Size: 672 MB
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This is Box No. 2 of the Bicentennial Beethoven Collection, published by Deutsche Grammophon 1970, to celebrate Beethoven’s 200th birthday with all his works on 12 Box-Sets/75 LPs. I posted this December 2012. In the last years I spent only for this Beethoven Edition around 500-550 EUR. If you think and feel, you want to contribute, any donation will be welcome. Thank you!
# Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven
# Performer: David Oistrakh, Pierre Fournier, Wilhelm Kempff, Christian Ferras, Geza Anda, Wolfgang Schneiderhan
# Orchestra: Berlin Philarmonic Orchestra, Berlin Radio-Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philarmonic Orchestra London # Conductor: Herbert von Karajan, Sir Eugene Goossens, Ferdinand Leitner, Ferenc Fricsay # Vinyl (196 ?)
# Number of Discs: 6
# Format: Flac (Tracks)
# Label: Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft # DR-Analysis: DR 14 # Size: 5.25 GB
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I don’t think I have heard any performances more beautiful than this. On sheer beauty nobody compares to Baumgartner. Thank you very much, Andy, for these remarkable performances Reposted on demand, now with FF links
Dedicated to Monsieurs F. Senior & Junior (from P.) My friends, you’ll never believe it – found this record (without cover) some years ago in our waste bin, with other 4-5 records…when I saw the label (DG, Tulip edition – YEAH), the composer (LvB – WOW), the artist (Schneiderhan – WOWOW) I knew: people, I found a gem of inestimable value. Pardon me, if there are some light noises, here & there… the record was (you guess it) in terrible condition, but I did my very best. Sorry for the poor artworks, found them on internet.
Reposted, now with FF links.