The Beethoven 4th Symphony was recorded in the same days as the live performance in CD 1102. It was recorded without an audience. While a little more controlled than the live 4th, it has a sense of structure that may be even superior to that one. The sound is also excellent. Furtwängler had a vision of this work that was Beethoven through and through. As stated in the text for CD 1102, his 4th is no "Greek maiden". It is a full blown dramatic Greek play.
The Coriolan is another of the greatest recordings ever made. I have never heard such a dramatic and urgent Coriolan! The sound is very good in the original recording, and with added weight and resonance, the result is overwhelming.