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    So the first potential remasters of Furtwängler's EMI catalogue since the '90s, yes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helgi View Post
    So the first potential remasters of Furtwängler's EMI catalogue since the '90s, yes?
    Yes.

    But it will only include, the belief is, studio recordings plus only those live recordings where the recording was made for the intentional purpose of producing media (LP or 78s) like the Bayreuth Beethoven 9th. So, for example, the Rome Ring will not be included. Supposedly the box will also include DG, Decca, and Telefunken recordings that meet the same criteria for inclusion as the EMI recordings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post
    Yes.

    But it will only include, the belief is, studio recordings plus only those live recordings where the recording was made for the intentional purpose of producing media (LP or 78s) like the Bayreuth Beethoven 9th. So, for example, the Rome Ring will not be included. Supposedly the box will also include DG, Decca, and Telefunken recordings that meet the same criteria for inclusion as the EMI recordings.
    That's a shame. The recording that interests me the most, and is sorely in need of improved sonics, is that Rome RING. Warner is still using the 1990 transfer.

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    Warner is the only lable supposed to own the Master tapes of the Rome Wagner Ring. How come they release 55 CDs with no Ring material and save it for a Live performances release? They don't have those many studio recordings.

    Still, Warner has the Sawallish Ring on due for a second issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Granate View Post
    Warner is the only lable supposed to own the Master tapes of the Rome Wagner Ring. How come they release 55 CDs with no Ring material and save it for a Live performances release? They don't have those many studio recordings.

    Still, Warner has the Sawallish Ring on due for a second issue.
    The Rome Ring was not taped for the purpose of a media release.
    It was a broadcast that many years after WF died were used for LPs.
    Kind of a "official" bootleg.
    Hence it does not fit the On Record requirement.
    EMI/Warner may still have some rights

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post
    The Rome Ring was not taped for the purpose of a media release.
    It was a broadcast that many years after WF died were used for LPs.
    Kind of a "official" bootleg.
    Hence it does not fit the On Record requirement.
    EMI/Warner may still have some rights
    Are you talking about this Roma Ring?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SixFootScowl View Post
    Are you talking about this Roma Ring?


    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004CHURKA/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post
    More info...

    https://www.nika.si/en/Classical/Var...Record_CD55_1/

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    4 CD limited edition of Schuricht Vienna Philharmonic performances, released in Japan in Feb 2021 as Altus ALT462 (barcode 4543638004621). Also available as a single-layer SACD. Contents:

    Schubert 5 [1965-04-24]
    Brahms 4 [1965-04-24]
    Bruckner 5 [1963-02-24]
    Bruckner 8 [1963-12-07]
    Bruckner 9

    But which VPO/Schuricht Bruckner 9? According to the above information, it's the 1955-03-17 live performance, "a treasure in the recorded history of the VPO." But according to other sources, it's the 1961-11-22 studio EMI recording, and abruckner.com even gives timings that tally with EMI. Yet that would be very strange indeed; AFAIK Altus has never otherwise issued EMI material.

    Personally, I wouldn't feel inclined to buy a duplicate of the familiar EMI recording, especially at Japanese prices, whatever the attractions of the set in other respects.

    Has anyone been foolish enough to buy this set, and can confirm the Bruckner 9's timings? The 1955 performance should come to about 60 mins, the 1961 to about 56 mins.

    Note that all these works can be obtained in other Schuricht performances, especially in the wonderful Stuttgart set reported by Rmathuln last year:

    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post
    But the Vienna brass would presumably be less stretched by Bruckner's writing than the admirable Stuttgarters sometimes are!

    I kinda feel that such a comprehensive slice of Schuricht's repertoire can be picked up, without too much duplication and in excellent transfers, in four cheap boxed sets (EMI/Icon, Stuttgart, Concert Hall/Scribendum, Decca), that I might have saved enough to justify a little additional splurge like this. Insanity, I know.

    Fun fact: Schuricht was one of the very few Bruckner conductors admired by Celibidache. What makes this fun is the additional fact that the Bruckner 8 in this Altus set holds the world land speed record for a complete uncut performance of that symphony (about 70:45, Nowak edition).
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    New Trifinov, autumn release.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post


    I wonder, does "Released by Supraphon, a.s., 2021" mean they've been remastered? This is one of my favorite piano trio groups, and I have portion of the Denon series of these recordings, but in my opinion they do need to be remastered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josquin13 View Post
    I wonder, does "Released by Supraphon, a.s., 2021" mean they've been remastered? This is one of my favorite piano trio groups, and I have portion of the Denon series of these recordings, but in my opinion they needed to be remastered.
    You can listen to samples here:

    https://www.supraphonline.cz/album/6...-klavirni-tria

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post

    New Trifinov, autumn release.
    Trifonov playing Bach's Art of Fugue (and other works)--sounds like a match made in heaven!

    Bach: Die Kunst der Fuge BWV 1080; Notenbüchlein für Anna Magdalena Bach (Auszüge); Jesus bleibet meine Freude BWV 147 (arrangiert von Myra Hess); Chaconne aus BWV 1004

    Mozart: Variationen KV 265

    JC Bach: Klaviersonate A-Dur op. 17 Nr. 5

    CPE Bach: Rondo c-moll Wq. 59 Nr. 4 aus "Für Kenner und Liebhaber"

    WF Bach: Polonaise e-moll F. 12 Nr. 8

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    Muti Complete Warner is out in 3 days.

    I have a cheap pre-order from FNAC that I hope will be honoured (50 euro!!)


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