Saint-Saens - Symphony No.3 - Charles Munch (200g)
Saint-Saens - Symphony No.3 - Charles Munch (200g)
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Saint-Saens - Symphony No.3 - Charles Munch (200g)
Saint-Saens - Symphony No.3 - Charles Munch (200g)

Saint-Saens - Symphony No.3 - Charles Munch (200g)

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The Symphony No. 3 in C minor, Op. 78 composed by Camille Saint-Saëns

Berj Zamkochian, organ
Leo Litwin, piano
Bernard Zighera, piano

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Charles Munch, conductor 


1 LP,  standard sleeves

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 200g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : Quality Record Pressings

Label : Analogue Productions

Original Label : RCA

Recorded on April 5–6, 1959 at Symphony Hall, Boston.

Remastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound

Originally released in 1959

Reissued in 2014

Tracks :

Side A :

1. 1st Movement: Adagio; Allegro Moderato
2. 1st Movement: Adagio; Allegro Moderato - Concluded

Side B :

1. 2nd Movement: Allegro moderato; Presto Moestoso
2. 2nd Movement: Allegro moderato: Presto Maestoso

Awards :

Winner of a Gruvy Award, chosen by AnalogPlanet's editor, Michael Fremer, for vinyl records that are musically and sonically outstanding and are also well mastered and pressed

Stereophile Records to Die For - 2013

Reviews :

"So far, Analogue Productions' series of outstanding reissues have avoided the missteps of the previous Classic Records issues, instead offering real improvements over the originals. ... The latest release, of this title and the Offenbach Gaite Parisienne (LSC 1817), keeps a perfect track record of outstanding Living Stereo releases by Analogue Productions. Pristine surfaces and better-defined layers of sound along with much finer texture add up to a wonderful experience of the famous Organ Symphony. The original is almost coarse sounding compared to this reissue. While the Offenbach reissue does not eclipse the original in all areas, the original remains very expensive and the reissue is superb." Dennis D. Davis, Hi-Fi +, Issue 119


Discogs : 5 / 5

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