- Classical Symphonies
- Beethoven Symphony No 4 - Coriolan Overture - Bruno Walter Columbia Symphony Orchestra (Pure DSD)
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Une interpretation bien articulée dont le fil conducteur nous conduit au coeur de l'ame humaine.
Beethoven Symphony No 4 - Coriolan Overture - Bruno Walter Columbia Symphony Orchestra (Pure DSD)is not very good, as DSD256 version looks like not good than DSD128 in your product, my music software is amarra 4,I don't know why
I have already most of these performances (the whole of Walter and Shostakovich 6/Mravinsky) in CD format. I chose to purchase them again (in 24/192), because they're my absolute reference interpretations (at least Walter's Coriolan and Mravinsky's Shostakovich 6), and I wanted them in the best possible sound quality. The transfer quality is very good and the sound is better (in dynamics, detail and soundstage) than the CD, but not in an extend that justifies 5 stars rating, so I choose to rate them with 4 stars.
Beethoven and Walter are generally an excellent match. It is indeed the case here : the rendition makes the fourth symphony one of the great among the nine. A very good tape and another excellent transfer
Love this record!!
Title: Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 in B Flat Major, Op. 60
Artist(s): Bruno Walter conducts The Columbia Symphony Orchestra
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips tape
Recorded 1959 at American Legion Hall by Columbia Records
Symphony No. 4 In B-Flat Major, Op. 60 (31:47)
1 I - Adagio; Allegro VIvace 9:41
2 II - Adagio 9:52
3 III - Menuetto (Allegro Vivace); Trio (Un Poco Meno Allegro) 6:12
4 IV - Allegro Ma Non Troppo 5:50
5 The Coriolan Overture Op. 62 7:57
Total Time: 39:44
Digital re-mastering in DSD256 :
Merging Technology Pyramix software with the
Hapi Analog to Digital converter