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CD90347 Toscanini NY Phil Concert of March 8, 1936

CD90347 Toscanini NY Phil Concert of March 8, 1936
CD90347 Toscanini NY Phil Concert of March 8, 1936
Item# CD90347
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CD90347 Toscanini NY Phil Concert of March 8, 1936

mono FLACS March 8, 1936 Carnegie Hall

Beethoven Sym # 1 Beethoven Sym # 9

Toscanini NY Philharmonic

Rosa Tentoni Rose Bampton Charles Kullman Needles N. Pinza

Please note that the NY Phil did not record their concerts at this time. This concert was recorded by a Music Lover, in his home, with amateur equipment and a tuner that needed some new tubes. However, even though it is totally amazing that it is extant, it has more Musical honesty than many modern recordings including but not limited to the multi-miked disasters in bad halls John McClure provided for Lenny, or such pretentiously and Musically damaging over-reverberant recordings such as Harnencourts Dvorak 8 which sounds like the mic was placed in the lobby OUTSIDE the hall next to the Orange Drink Concession

The discs recorded by the Music Lover has passed from one Toscanini Lover to the next. My exact source is

Archive of Gershon Schatzenkamer

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