The main film is one of the most important in the development of cinema and a must see.
BACH: Six Brandenburg Concertos & Four Orchestral Suites (1949-53) – Fritz Reiner conducts – Pristine Audio (3 CDs)
Mark Obert-Thorn renders Reiner enthusiasts a valuable service in this restoration of the Hungarian conductor’s persuasive, “transitional” perspective on Bach.
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 “Choral” – Miriam Licette, sop./ Muriel Brunskill, contr./ Hubert Eisdell, tenor/ Harold Williams, bass-bar./ Chorus and London Sym. Orch./ Felix Weingartner – Pristine
The 1926 Beethoven Ninth from Felix Weingartner concludes the famed Centennial Cycle from Columbia Records, restored here in grand style.
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No wonder it won seven Oscars – now in the ultimate hi-def restoration, on Blu-ray only.