Composer: Anton Bruckner, Richard Wagner, Antonín Dvořák, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Liszt
Orchestra: Wiener Symphoniker, Bamberger Symphoniker*
Conductor: Franz Konwitschny
Number of Discs: 2 SACD-R
Bit Depth: 64 (2.8 MHz/1 Bit)
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Nippon / Denon / Tower
Size: 6.16 GB
Scan: yes (cover)
Franz Konwitschny / Eurodisc Recordings: Bruckner, Dvorak, etc. 1960 (2016)
1-4. Bruckner: Symphony No. 4
01. 1st Movement: Bewegt, nicht zu schnell
02. 2nd Movement: Andante quasi allegretto
03. 3rd Movement: Scherzo, Bewegt&Trio,
Nicht zu schnell, keinesfalls schleppend
04. 4th Movement: Finale, Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell
05. Wagner: Siegfried Idyll
1-4. Dvorak: Symphony No. 9 ‘From the New World’ *
01. I. Adagio – Allegro molto
02. II. Largo
03. III. Molto vivace
04. IV. Allegro con fuoco
05. Beethoven: Leonore Overture No. 2*
06. Liszt: Les Preludes
The original master tapes had amazing sound quality! The legacy of the master who was SACDed by new remastering.
Siegfried Pastoral and Les Preludes have appeared since LP. Excellent recording board!
New remastering including a CD layer from a true original analog master tape that was sleeping in a German tape library. A compilation of all the sound sources left by Convituny on the Eurodisc label. Both were revived with high-definition sound quality that is unlikely to be recorded in the early 1960s.
This Bruckner by Convituny was talked about as a sound source reprinted from the original analog master stored in his home country during the 2009 conversion to CD. Originally, the first-generation copy tape from the original master is often used as a master for commercialization, but this time the original master, which has not been used since its first appearance, is many times the normal number The restoration took a lot of time, and the amazing sound quality of the CD has been revived, so that I can enjoy the performance of the Convituny with a deep taste. This time, using the master at this time, will be reproduced for the first time in SACD. Due to the amount of information and the fineness of the grain at SACD, the sound that is very close to the miraculously remaining original analog master tape can be revived to the present age. The woody, subdued yet hearty sound of the Vienna Symphony is a tone that is inaudible nowadays, and you will feel more intimate with the Bruckner interpretation of the natural nature of the Convituny. This is a product that utilizes the advantages of SACD, but the CD layer has also been newly mastered. This reprint, which respects the progress of editing equipment and the original master, will further enhance the reputation of this board.
In this reprint, “Siegfried Pastoral”, which was not recorded on CD and was recorded at the same time, was coupled with “Prelude” on the list. These are also precious recordings of Convituny later in life.