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This Interpretation of Griegs Peer Gynt by Oiven Fleldstad is widely regarded by many to be one of the best ever, ansd to be honest it would be hard to disagree. Yes there is some tape hiss but you soon learn to forget about this . Infact i would say that it actualy adds to the authenticity of what is a pure DSD 128 transfer, taken from a 60+yr recording. Whilst i am writing this review i am sat listening to this album through my Quad Valve Amps and ESL 57'S . Truly beautiful. Its a credit to HDTT and highly recommended.
WONT PLAY IN MAC PRO
The recording is excellent, but I found the performance somewhat rushed in spots.
Superb recording and wonderful tape transfer. Enjoy!
Title: Edvard Grieg Peer Gynt
Artist(s): Oiven Fjeldstad Conducting The London Symphony Orchestra
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips tape Dolby encoded
Recorded by Decca
Date of Recording: 17-19 Feb 1958
Engineers: Cyril Windebank & Alan Reeve Producer: Christopher Raeburn
Kingsway Hall, London
1. Prelude, Op. 23 No. 1 6:15
2. Morning Mood, Op, 23 No. 13 4:35
3. The Death Of Ase, Op. 23 No. 12 4:30
4. Anitra's Dance, Op. 23 No. 16 3:30
5. In The Hall Of The Mountain King, Op. 23 No. 7 2:35
6. Ingrid's Abduction And Lament, Op. 23 No. 4 4:00
7. Arab Dance, Op. 23 No. 15 4:35
8. Peer Gynt's Homecoming, Op. 23 No. 19 2:40
9. Solvejg's Song, Op. 23 No. 11 5:45
10. Dance Of The Mountain King's Daughter, Op. 23 No. 8 1:45
Note for the DSD files: DSD has limited editing capabilities. To keep it pure DSD with no PCM used, We had to allow some blemishes to remain from the original tape source that would be normally edited out in a PCM release.