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CD95456 Anda/ Kubelik - Brahms/ Beethoven

CD95456 Anda/ Kubelik - Brahms/ Beethoven
CD95456 Anda/ Kubelik - Brahms/ Beethoven
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CD95456 Anda/ Kubelik - Brahms/ Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven Symphonie No. 1 in C (March/ 1968);

Johannes Brahms Piano concerto No. 2 in B with Géza Anda, piano; Walter Nothas, cello - (November/ 1972)

Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks Rafael Kubelik

Month and year are cited as given by the broadcast commentary.

For the Brahms my docimentation of Kubelik concerts lists a live concert from November 23/34, 1972 at the Herkulessaal, Munich. This is not the already uploaded 1962 concert with Anda and Kubelik but a stereo live concert.

For the Beethoven it seems to be more complicated. There has been a live concert from 1966 but the broadcast commentary annoiunced another month and year. The recording obviousely seems to be a studio recording. There is no noise from a public and the recording has a big reverberation typically for the empty Herkulessaal. So I think that 1968 sounds correct.

As it is customary from the BR the sound is very good even with the 1968 Beethoven.

From digital cable broadcast, Apple lossless



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