Composer: Franz Peter Schubert
Orchestra: SDR Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart
Conductor: Carl Schuricht
Number of Discs: 1 SACD-R
Bit Depth: 64 (2.8 MHz/1 Bit)
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Nippon / Denon / Tower
Size: 2.05 GB
Scan: yes (cover)
Schubert: Symphony No.9 in C Major “The Great” 1960 (2016)
Carl Schuricht conducting SDR Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart
Franz Peter Schubert (1797-1828)
Symphony No. 8 (9) in C major, D. 944 ‘Great’
01. I Andante-Allegro ma non troppo 00:13:02
02. II Andante con moto 00:15:01
03. III Scherzo;Allegro vivace 00:10:13
04. IV Finale;Allegro vivace 00:12:39
The recording of the gem that remains in the history of the “Great” performance has been turned into the long-awaited SACD!
The CD layer recurs with new remastering that is different from the previous version!
SACD hybrid specification board of TWCO-60 released on December 20, 2013 (CD layer is another mastering). SACD hybridized the performance that Schuricht left on the concert hall label. With SACD, you can enjoy high-quality sound very close to the master tape. In addition, the CD layer has been newly mastered with DENON genuine equipment from the analog master this time, and you can enjoy a different sound quality from the conventionally released board. This CD layer is positioned as an extra to enjoy more music. As a “plus alpha”, it is a limited edition that can be enjoyed by those who have a conventional CD. In this 4th release, a total of 4 titles will be released, including one new item in the series. “Great” is distinguished from other Schubert works in particular because of its long playing time and many repetitions. Performances by famous conductors of this era are often attractive, but especially this board by Schuricht is a gem board that remains in the history of “Great” performance as a performance with “hot” and “strong propulsion” One. From the loose introduction, the first movement that shows a sprint as if possessed by something, the second movement that evokes the melodic beauty, the third movement that has brilliant rhythm processing, and the fourth movement that dazzles. The expression with Schuricht’s slowness is wonderful (In addition, at the time of the last CD release (TWCO60), Isao Uno wrote the liner notes for the first movement “ The thickness of the orchestra is poor, but the conductor The rich musicality is fully transmitted, and in the second half the mood gets on and the tension of the sound rises further. . You can enjoy this famous performance with sound quality that you can feel the careful remastering effect from the analog master. At the time of the CD recurrence in 2013, a new high-resolution master was created from an analog master in Nippon Columbia. It has been carefully digitized (192kHz / 24bit) from the analog master, and has been subjected to more detailed mastering. The sound quality that was well received at the last CD release was further upgraded at the SACD layer. You can enjoy the vividness and delicate sound of stringed instruments. The CD layer is also digitized (44.1kHz / 20bit) with a different specification from the analog master this time. It is a gem that can enjoy the push and sound thickness unique to CD specs. A special “concert hall sound source” will be released on a limited edition.
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