Schostakowitsch - Symphonie Nr. 10 - Herbert von Karajan & The Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra - AudioSoundMusic
Schostakowitsch - Symphonie Nr. 10 - Herbert von Karajan & The Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra - AudioSoundMusic
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Schostakowitsch - Symphonie Nr. 10 - Herbert von Karajan & The Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra - AudioSoundMusic
Schostakowitsch - Symphonie Nr. 10 - Herbert von Karajan & The Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra - AudioSoundMusic

Schostakowitsch - Symphonie Nr. 10 - Herbert von Karajan & The Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra

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Dimitri Schostakowitsch - Symphonie Nr. 10 E-moll Op. 93

Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra

Herbert von Karajan – Conductor



1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Pallas

Label : Speakers Corner

Original Label : Deutsche Grammophon

Recorded 28-30 December 1966 at Jesus‐Christus‐Kirche in Berlin

Recorded by Günter Hermanns

Produced by Otto Gerdes

Originally released in 1967

Reissued in 2019


Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Satz: Moderato
  2. Satz: Allegro

Side B :

  1. Satz: Allegretto
  2. Satz: Andante — Allegro

 

Reviews :

“Could this be Shostakovich’s greatest symphony? It was certainly one of his more immediately successful. (…)

Not for a decade did a worthy rival appear in the form of Herbert von Karajan’s analogue stereo recording (1966), which has remained at or near the top of the pile ever since. It is weightier yet never sluggish, with a famously architectural take on what was for him, as Richard Osborne assures us, ‘another great representative work of the age’. That does not preclude expressive interventions like the smoochily ascending violins towards fig 2 (from 0'56"). More characteristic is the tendency to make transitions almost imperceptible. The first indicated gear change to crochet=108 (at 2'16") is actually meant to precede the clarinet entry at fig 5 (the solo isn’t exactly semplice here, either); still, it’s difficult to condemn the sophistication when the aim is true and the desolate piccolos at the end of the movement are actually in tune.” David Gutman, Gramophone, May 2021

 

Ratings :

Discogs : 4.24 / 5 

 

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