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BRAHMS, David Oistrakh, The Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell

Violin Concerto

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) VIOLIN CONCERTO IN D MAJOR, OP.77 SIDE ONE: 1st Movement: Allegro non troppo – Cadenza (by Joachim) – Tempo I SIDE TWO: 2nd Movement: Adagio 3rd Movement: Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace
  • David Oistrakh - violin
  • The Cleveland Orchestra - orchestra
  • George Szell - conductor
  • BRAHMS
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LP-180G 33rpm:

Nr kat.: ESLW10006
Label  : Esoteric (Japan)

ESOTERIC - NUMER JEDEN W ŚWIECIE AUDIOFILII I MELOMANÓW

Esoteric Masterpiece Collection Limited Edition 180g Vinyl LP! Remastered from the Original Master Tapes! George Szell conducts the Cleveland Orchestra in a performance of Johannes Brahms' Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77 with soloist David Oistrakh. Producing the analog vinyl records under the best available condition The analog vinyl records of the "Masterpiece Collection" have been reissued by remastering the original master tapes, exclusive for the vinyl records. The mastering process employs the newly established "Esoteric Mastering" system, including ESOTERIC's top-of-the-line equipment "Master Sound Discrete DAC" and "Master Sound Discrete Clock." In addition, the MEXCEL cables are sparingly employed to achieve flawless high-quality sound as the master data. The Analog cutting process has been performed at MIXER'S LAB in Tokyo employing the Neumann VMS80 cutting lathe, a famous machine manufactured in West Germany in the golden era of the analog audio, of which only two remain in Japan. The "Esoteric Mastering" equipment is also employed to send out master data for the analog cutting machine. Collaborating with the MIXER'S LAB, the "Esoteric Mastering" equipment was brought into their cutting room and connected the output directly to the Neumann SP79C cutting console. The "Esoteric Mastering" sound is sent directly to the cutting process bypassing the equalizer section of the console. The cutting process is performed by Mr. Katsutoshi Kitamura, a cutting engineer at MIXER'S LAB, and he put his master craftsman skills into the master disc.