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I am not classical music person by default. But I adore the 3rd symphony for a longtime now, I heard the Deutsche Grammophon version (also from Karajan) and I must say this sounds better.
wonderful performance.in my opinion the greatest karajan 's brahms 3rd symphony and one the best ever recorded marvellous sound . Absolutely recommended
I hear far less artifacts and distorsion comparing to the decca CD release for that recording. So far I'd rank this remastering in my three most decisive improvments.
Brahms 'No. 3 by Karajan also has a super name board in 1988, but the performance is taken as a retired hero as a photographer of Karajan, but this momentum in the recording of the 1960' I draw out the beautiful sound of the Vienna Philharmonic as much as possible. Moreover, the elastic reverberation of Sofiensäle at the recording venue is comfortable again. Mastering by HDTT is also successful.
Title: Brahms Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90 - Tragic Overture Op. 81
Artist(s): Herbert von Karajan Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Recording Info: Transferred from a 2-track tape 15ips tape
Producer: John Culshaw Engineer: Gordon Parry
Recorded 1961 at the Sofiensaal, Vienna by Decca Records
1. Allegro Con Brio 9:45
2. Adagio 8:17
3. Allegretto Grazioso - Molto Vivace 5:55
4. Allegro Ma Non Troppo 8:47
5. Tragic Overture 14:00
Total Time: 46:44