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        Limited Edition Hybrid Stereo SACD's

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        Tchaikovsky: Concerto No. 1/ 1812 Overture. Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Claudio Abbado, Martha Argerich, piano.

        Remastering:
        Producer: Motoaki Ohmachi ( Esoteric Company )
        Remastering Engineering: Masaya Higashino ( JVC Mastering Center Daikanyama Studio )

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        • SACD Stereo SACD Layer
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        • Japanese pressing
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        1. TCHAIKOVSKY Concerto No. 1 ‘1812’ Overture

        Martha Argerich, Piano
        Berliner Philharmoniker
        Conducted by Claudio Abbado

        Track List

        Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky ( 1840-1893 ) Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor, Op. 23

        1. Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso - Allegro con spirito
        2. Andantino semplice - Prestissimo - Tempo I
        3. Allegro con fuoco
        4. Slavonic March, Op.31
        5. Romeo and Juliet - Fantasy Overture after Shakespeare
        6. Ouverture solennelle "1812", Op.49

        Martha Argerich, Piano & Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Claudio Abbado

        Original Recording
        Executive Producer: Christopher Alder
        Recording Producers:Wolfgang Stengel ( Track 1-3 ), Christopher Alder ( Track 4-6 )
        Balance Engineers: Gernot von Schultzendorff ( Track 1-3, 4, 6 ),
        Wolfgang Milehner ( Track 5 )
        Recording Engineers: Jürgen Bürklin ( Track 1-3 ), Reinhard Largeman ( Track 1-3, 4, 6 ),
        Jürgen Bürklin ( Track 5 )
        Recorded: December 1994 ( Track 1-3, Live recording ), December 1995 ( Track 4, 6 ),
        April 1996 ( Track 5, Live recording )



        2. J.S.BACH Orchestral Suite Nos. 2 & Nos.3, etc

        Münchener Bach-Orchester conducted by Karl Richter

        Track List

        Suite ( Ouvertüre ) Nr. 2 h-moll BWV 10677
        Suite (Ouvertüre) Nr. 3 D-dur BWV 1068
        Sonate für Flöte und obligates Cembalo h-moll BWV 1030
        Konzert für Cembalo und Orchester Nr. 5 f-moll BWV 1056

        Suite ( Ouvertüre ) Nr. 2 h-moll BWV 10677

        1. Ouvertüre
        2. Rondeau
        3. Sarabande
        4. Bourrée I-II
        5. Polonaise
        6. Menuet
        7. Badinerie
        Suite ( Ouvertüre ) Nr. 3 D-dur BWV 1068
        1. Ouvertüre
        2. Air
        3. Gavotte I-II
        4. Bourrée
        5. Gigue
        Sonate für Flöte und obligates Cembalo h-moll BWV 1030
        1. Andante
        2. Largo e dolce
        3. Presto - Allegro
        Konzert für Cembalo und Orchester Nr. 5 f-moll BWV 1056
        1. ( Allegro )
        2. Largo
        3. Presto

        Conducted by Karl Richter
        Aurèle Nicolet, Flute ( Track 1-15 )
        Karl Richter, Harpsichord ( Track 13-18 )
        Münchener Bach-Orchester ( Track 16-18 )

        Original Recording
        Executive Producers: Karl Faust ( Track 1-12 ), Dr. Gerd Ploebsch ( Track 13-18 )
        Producers: Karl-Heinz Schneider ( Track 1-12 ), Dr. Gerd Ploebsch ( Track 13-18 )
        Balance Engineers: Walter Alfred Wettler ( Track 1-12 ), Klaus Scheibe ( Track 13-15 ),
        Günter Hermanns ( Track 16-18 )
        Recording Engineer: Klaus Scheibe ( Track 16-18 )
        Recorded: 14-19 May 1960, Herkulessaal, München ( Track 1-12 ),
        April 1973, München ( Track 13-15 )
        11-13 July 1972, Bavaria Musikstadt, München ( Track 16-18 )

        3. DVOŘÁK Symphonies Nos. 8 & 9 “From the New World" SACD 

        with the Wiener Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan

        Track List

        Antonín Leopold Dvořák ( 1841-1904 )

        Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88

        1. Moderato
        2. Allegretto
        3. Largo
        4. Allegro non troppo
        Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95 "From the New World"
        1. Allegro
        2. Moderato
        3. Presto
        4. Largo

        Original Recording
        Executive Producer: Guenther Breest,
        Recording Producer: Michel Glotz
        Balance Engineer: Günter Hermanns
        Recorded: 9-11 January and 6-9 February 1985, Musikvereinssaals , Wien

         

        4. Beethoven Egmont, Symphony No. 5 SACD 
         
        Track List
        Complete Incidental Music to Egmont, Op. 84

        Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67

        Complete Incidental Music to Egmont, Op. 84

        by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
        1. Ouvertüre
        2. No. 1 Lied ( Vivace ): "Die Trommel gerühret!"
        3. No. 2 Zwischenakt I ( Andante )
        4. No. 3 Zwischenakt II ( Larghetto )
        5. No. 4 Lied ( Andante con moto ): "Freudvoll und leidvoll"
        6. No. 5 Zwischenakt III ( Allegro - Marcia: Vivace )
        7. No. 6 Zwischenakt IV ( Poco sostenuto e risoluto )
        8. No. 7 Clärchens Tod ( Larghetto )
        9. No. 8 Melodrama ( Poco sostenuto )
        10. No. 9 Siegessymphonie ( Allegro con brio )
        Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67
        1. Allegro con brio
        2. Andante con moto
        3. Allegro
        4. Allegro

        Conducted by George Szell
        Pilar Lorengar, Soprano ( Egmont )
        Wiener Philharmoniker ( Egmont )
        Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra ( Symphony No. 5 )

        Original Recording
        Producer: John Mordler ( Egmont )
        Balance Engineer: Gordon Parry ( Egmont )
        Recorded: 11-15 December 1969,Sofiensäle, Wien ( Egmont )
        November 1966, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam ( Symphony No. 5 )

         

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