RAVEL Concerto in G / d’INDY Symphony On A Fresh Mountain AirCharles Munch Conducting The Boston Symphony New & Sealed 180 gram Vinyl LP
Record label/brand: RCA Victor/Classic Records LSC-2271 upc/mpn: None year: 1958
This album became an audiophile standard highly rated for it’s sound quality. It was re-released as a vinyl record decades later by Classic Records under license from PolyGram Special Markets with their original RCA artwork and liner notes and “Shaded Dog” record labels intact.
Original Classic Records pressing on 180 gram vinyl. Out of print and growing harder and harder to find, the 180g versions are preferred by collectors over the later 200 gram pressings. Original 1958 “Shaded Dog” Living Stereo release.
Record is new and still sealed in it’s original plastic sleeve. Perforation is completely intact. There are no flaws or imperfections. 100% MINT.
Review: Two favorite piano concertos (the Ravel is particularly memorable), given the finest Living Stereo treatment with wide dynamic range and superb tonal balance, both on the piano and the orchestra.
Living Stereo: In the decade following 1953, RCA Victor made a substantial body of recordings which have come to be identified with their early stereo release label, Living Stereo. As the adoption of Stereo audio became more widespread, Living Stereo offered a wide range of music and performances in high quality sound. A majority of these records, particularly classical music, offer music, performances and audio quality which are considered definitive. Living Stereo influenced many of the recordings that followed with their recording and marketing philosophies.