Dvorak - Symphony N°8 - Herbert von Karajan (Digital Recording) - AudioSoundMusic
Dvorak - Symphony N°8 - Herbert von Karajan (Digital Recording) - AudioSoundMusic
Dvorak - Symphony N°8 - Herbert von Karajan (Digital Recording) - AudioSoundMusic
Dvorak - Symphony N°8 - Herbert von Karajan (Digital Recording) - AudioSoundMusic

Dvorak - Symphony N°8 - Herbert von Karajan (Digital Recording)

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Antonin Dvorak - Symphony N°8 in G major, Op. 88, B. 163

Wiener Philharmoniker

Herbert von Karajan, conductor

 

1LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : NO (Digital Recording Original Master Tape)

Heavy Press : 180g Virgin vinyl

Record color : Black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Pallas (Germany)

Label : Analogphonic

Original label : Deutsche Grammophon

Recorded in Wien, Musikverein, GroBer Saal in January 1985

Mastered by Maarten de Boer

Originally released in 1987

 

Tracks :

Side A :

  1. Allegro Con Brio
  2. Adagio

Side B :

  1. Allegretto Grazioso - Molto Vivace
  2. Allegro Ma Non Troppo

 

Reviews:

Dvořák wrote his Eighth Symphony during 1889 at Vysoká, where he had a small country house. He conducted the first performance in Prague in February 1890 and introduced it to Lon­don, a city in which he enjoyed immense populari­ty, two months later. The symphony was published in London and for a time was known as the “Eng­lish Symphony”, although its Czech origins are apparent in every bar. Notwithstanding the im­mense achievement of the Seventh Symphony in D minor, Dvořák determined that its successor would be different from the others, “with individ­ual thoughts worked out in a new way”. Where it differs is in the rather experimental formal struc­ture of the first and last movements; in contrast to the Seventh, composed in a classical mould, they have a rhapsodic, improvisatory character. But the work’s melodic fecundity is such that the lis­tener is happy to be swept along by an irresistible flow of tunes, scored with exceptional colour and brilliance.

 

Ratings:

Discogs : 4.38 / 5

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