- Classical Symphonies
- Mozart Symphonies No 40 & 41 - Bruno Walter conducts The Columbia Symphony Orchestra
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Fantastic transfer, a significant improvement over the CBS CDs I bought in the 1990s. Highly recommended for all who love Bruno Walter's recordings of the Mozart symphonies.
Bruno Walter and the Columbia Symphony Orchestra are always at the top of the interpretations. Walter's great lesson makes us a simple and natural Mozart, rightly alien to the romantic influences of other contemporary conductors. The first movement of the symphony in G minor, or the Andante of the "Jupiter", leave a particular memory.
An excellent classic performance on Mozart symphonies, Bruno Walter is a maestro of his era
What about this wonderful interpretation of Mozart's symphonies! Bruno Walter does a wonderful and moving performance of Mozart's two best-known symphonies. Sound? Excellent, without words. I have personally listened to this incredible recording about ten times, and I still cannot believe that I am listening to a recording from about 50 years ago. My personal opinion: Buy the 2 volumes of the Symphonies conducted by Bruno Walter, you will not regret it.
Listening over and over. Pleasure.
Title: Mozart - Symphony No.40 in G minor and Symphony No.41 in C major
Artist(s): Bruno Walter conducts The Columbia Symphony Orchestra
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips tape
Recorded February 1961 at American Legion Hall by Columbia Records
Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K.550
1 Allegro Molto 6:35
2 Andante 8:45
3 Menuetto: Allegretto 5:05
4 Finale: Allegro Assal 4:55
Total Time 25:35
Symphony No. 41, In C Major, K. 551 ("Jupiter")
5 Allegro Vivace 8:45
6 Andante Cantabile 9:05
7 Menuetto 5:05
8 Finale 7:10
Total Time 30:15
Digital re-mastering in DSD256 :
Merging Technology Pyramix software with the
Hapi Analog to Digital converter