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- Lalo Symphonie Espagnole - Henryk Szeryng violin, Chicago Symphony conducted by Walter Hendl
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The clarity and transparency in this tape transfer completely surpasses that of the original LP. It is as though a layer of noise has been lifted. There is more than a 20 db difference in volume between the violin and orchestra, and yet the violin still appears on a silky quiet background. During the pizzicato parts in the second movement, the sound of Orchestra Hall is amazing. The decay lasts for what seems like 2-3 seconds. If you love violin, you will love this HDTT release.
Outstanding Performance in superb sound
This recording has always been among the great RCA recordings and this transfer by HDTT is superb. Szeryng's performance is classic and the pairing with Hendl is highly sympathetic for an outstanding result. Highly recommended.
Both recording and performance are excellent
Szeryng's timbre is very fresh, sparingly and extremely beautiful. What you can hear from this recording is the perfection of Schelling's skills and the breadth of sound nuances, and the beauty of music. You can assert that both recording and performance are extremely excellent.
Lalo Symphonie Espagnole
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Title: Lalo Symphonie Espagnole
Artist(s): Henryk Szeryng violin
Chicago Symphony conducted by Walter Hendl
Recording Info: Recorded by RCA 1961
Engineer - John Crawford Producer – John Pfeiffer
Transferred from a 15ips two track tape
1 Allegro Non Troppo 7:40
2 Scherzando: Allegro Molto 4:06
3 Intermezzo - Allegretto Non Troppo 6:09
4 Andante 7:25
5 Rondo: Allegro 8:14
Total Time: 33:34