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True full blood russian and vivid performance made by Martinon and London Philharmonic. One of the shortest Borodin 2nd. Golden age DECCA / RCA Living Stereo sound : rich, spacious, accurate. I like this "pure DSD" release very much. One particular detail pleases me : tape hiss is surprisingly low in comparison with Acoustic Sounds SACD (CAPC 2298 SA). The overall transparency is enhanced, specially in the third movement. Another winner from HDTT.
Full blood russian and impassioned performance from Martinon. One of the shortest Borodin 2nd. The DECCA/RCA Living Stereo sound is rich and accurate. I like this "pure DSD" release. All is very natural and elegant. One detail, maybe, but very important to me : tape hiss is amazingly low in comparison with Acoustic Sounds SACD (CAPC 2298 SA). The global transparency is also better here, specially in the third movement. Another winner from HDTT.
$22 for an incomplete record. They couldnt find space for the other work on this lp: Rimskys Capriccio. Stupid and cheap.
Title: Borodin Symphony No. 2
Artist(s): Jean Martinon and London Symphony Orchestra
Recording Info: Transferred from a Dolby encoded 15ips 2-track tape
Date of Recording: 6-7 Mar 1958 at Kingsway Hall
Producer: James Walker Engineer: Alan Abel / Kenneth Wilkinson
Recorded by Decca/RCA
AVAILABLE AS A DOWNLOAD ONLY
Note for the DSD files: DSD has limited editing capabilities. To keep it pure DSD with no PCM used, There might be some blemishes that remain from the original tape source that would be normally edited out in a PCM release.