Club CD: STRAUSS R. - Also Sprach Zarathustra / Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche
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STRAUSS R., Lorin Maazel, Philharmonia Orchestra

Also Sprach Zarathustra / Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche

Side 1 Strauss: Symphonic Poem: 'Also Sprach Zarathustra' Op.30 1. Part 1 Side 2 Strauss: Symphonic Poem: 'Also Sprach Zarathustra' Op.30 (Contd) 1. Part 2 2. Symphonic Poem: “Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche” Op.28
  • Lorin Maazel - conductor
  • Philharmonia Orchestra - orchestra
  • STRAUSS R.
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LP-180G 33rpm:


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Also Sprach Zarathustra - w naszej ofercie Maazel's 1962 Philharmonia recording of Strauss's Also Sprach Zarathustra and Till Eulenspiegel is a stunner performance, both musically and sonically, another fitting testament to the late Lorin Maazel's long and distinguished career as one of the world's greatest conductors. Cut at Abbey Road Studios from the original stereo analogue master tapes with the Neumann VMS82 lathe! Hi-Q Records Supercuts 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Cut from the Original EMI Analog Master Tapes Mastered at Abbey Road Studios Features Original Album Artwork "Cut at Abbey Road Studios from the original stereo analogue master tapes with the Neumann VMS82 lathe fed an analogue pre-cut signal from a specially adapted Studer A80 tape deck with additional 'advance' playback head, making the cut a totally analogue process. Pressed using the original EMI presses at The Vinyl Factory in Hayes, England" Of all the famous recordings of this celebrated work, Maazel's 1962 Philharmonia recording must be the best kept secret. Passed over by comparative reviews by journalists and broadcasters (Gramophone's survey of recordings of the work in November 2014 fails to mention it at all) it is actually a stunner, both musically and sonically and is another fitting testament to the late Lorin Maazel's long and distinguished career as one of the world's greatest conductors. In the original review in The Gramophone of August 1963, M.M enthused: If beauty of playing, whether on the part of strings, woodwind, or brass, can win the day, then for Also Sprach the day is here won; there can hardly be on disc more polished playing, even from the Philharmonia, than there is here. Lorin Maazel, gives, too, a polished reading of the piece... The orchestral playing is matched very closely by the recording. This... never puts a foot wrong. Every section of the orchestra is given a silky sound, and the biggest climaxes - of which Also sprach is not exactly short - are handled without any flinching whatever... The balance, too, is throughout ideal...