This is Box No. 12 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. 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: Wiener Singverein, Elizabeth Harwood, James King, Franz Crass, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Jörg Demus, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn Orchestra: Wiener Symphoniker Conductor: Bernhard Klee, Ferdinand Leitner
Number of Discs: 7/75 Format: Flac Label: Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft DR-Analysis: DR 15 Size: 6.1 GB Scan: yes Server: FileFactory
A wonderful box, original from 1968 in Mint condition, for 5 bucks from a flea market 😉 I myself have never been a huge fan of Karajan but these recordings of Tchaikovsky with the Berlin Philharmonic are breathtaking. Though there are tempo modifications made by Karajan to the score, they are certainly sensible make this performance all the more moving. Highly reccommended to Karajan and, particular, non-Karajan fans alike.
# Composer: Peter Tchaikowsky # Orchestra: Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Philarmonic Orchestra # Conductor: Herbert von Karajan # Vinyl (1967) # Number of Discs: 7 # Format: Flac # DR-Analysis: DR 13-15 # Label: Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft # ASIN: none # Size: 6.13 GB # Scan: yes # Server: FF
Many thanks to our friend Trottar for providing this rare vinyl Yuri Boukoff (1923 – 2006) was a Bulgarian-French pianist, born in Sofia, Bulgaria who died in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France Read more on Wikipedia # Composer: Sergei Rachmaninoff # Orchestra: Vienna Symphony Orchestra
# Conductor: Jean Fournet
# Vinyl (1958) # Number of Discs: 1 # Format: Flac # Label: Philips # DR-Analysis: DR 11
# ASIN: not found # Size: 89 MB # Scan: yes # Server: FileFactory