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Mahler Symphony No. 1 & 6 - Leinsdorf BSO (Live Recordings) HDTT15504

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Mahler Symphony No. 1 & 6 - Leinsdorf BSO (Live Recordings)

Following the departure of Charles Munch as the conductor of the BSO, Erich Leinsdorf took over and introduced the symphonies of Mahler. His performances were highly acclaimed during that time, and his commercial recordings were also greatly appreciated. These live performances provide a greater sense of excitement and spontaneity, with Symphony No. 6 available in stereo and Symphony No. 1 in mono sound. The sound quality is excellent. These two symphonies are now available as a bundle at a discounted price.

Artist(s): Erich Leinsdorf conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Recording Info: Symphony No. 1 was recorded in October 1962 at Boston Symphony Hall. (Mono Recording)
Symphony No. 6 was recorded in November 1964 at Boston Symphony Hall. (Stereo Recording)
This recording was made possible from the music archives of Clark Johnsen
Sourced from a 15ips 2-track tape
Analog: Transferred using a modified Studer 810 tape deck feeding a Merrill Tape Preamp
Digital: Merging Hapi Analog to Digital Converter clocked by an Antelope Audio 10MX Atomic Clock
Power Conditioning: Shunyata Research Everest 8000 for analog components
Shunyata Research Triton and Typhon for digital componets
All components grounded to Shunyata ALTAIRA Hubs

Symphony No. 1 in D major (Mono Recording)
1 Langsam. Schleppend Wie Ein Naturlaut 12:49
2 Kräftig Bewegt, Doch Nicht Zu Schnell 7:18
3 Feierlich Und Gemessen, Ohne Zu Schleppen 11:51
4 Stürmisch Bewegt 18:57

Symphony No. 6 in A minor (Stereo Recording)
1 Allegro Energico, Ma Non Troppo. Hefti, Aber Markig 18:20
2 Shertzo: Wuchtig 11:51
3 Andante Moderato 14:53
4 Finale: Allegro Moderato; Allegro Energico 28:31

Please Note: This release was edited in DXD PCM from a DSD256 Master
then the DXD edited master was used to generate the final DSD files using
Merging Technologies Album Publishing.
DXD (352.8KHz 24/32 bit PCM) is one of the best and least destructive formats for post-processing DSD originated digital recordings

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