Bruckner Symphony No. 5 in Bb Major Mahler Lieder eines fahrenden gesselen Concert on August 19, 1951 in Salzburg Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - 1951
This is a great Bruckner 5. Extremely well played. The tempos are slower than in Berlin 1942 except for the Adagio. Strange. It has good sound as well. Furtwängler was lucky with the recordings of this symphony. We now have all the complete Bruckner symphonies remastered. I have no doubt in my mind that Furtwängler was as good a Bruckner conductor as Beethoven conductor.
The Mahler is excellent in every way.
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This project is the product of a personal quest to achieve the best sound possible from the recordings of the legendary director Wilhelm Furtwangler. The constant search to improve even already-remastered versions in the market has created these crisp, timeless pieces.