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Herbert von Karajan conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra for this recording of pieces by Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg and Anton Webern. Recorded 1972-1974 in Berlin.
SHM-SACD (Super High Material SACD) is the ultimate Super Audio CD that utilizes the materials and technologies that were developed for the SHM-CD to further enhance the audio-resolution. These discs are made with polycarbonate developed for the screen of the liquid crystal display. As it has a higher transparency, players can read the signal more faithfully. Also, it excels in fluidity, which enables you to cast a more accurate pit. What works wonders for a low resolution format such as CD should offer even greater sonic improvements in a real high resolution format such as SACD.
- Super High Material Super Audio CD
- SHM-SACD Stereo SACD Layer
- Single-Layer Stereo SHM-SACD, to secure enough reflectance and not to compress DSD file
- Label of the disc is printed with a special green ink called 'Onsho Shiyou,' which minimizes diffuse reflection
- Carefully selected master audio is used, from existing DSD files to newly converted from analog tapes
- This Single-Layer SHM-SACD can only be played on a Super Audio CD Player! It will NOT play on conventional CD Players!
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|Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra|
|Herbert von Karajan||conductor|
Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951)
- Pelleas Und Melisande Op. 5 (Symphonic Poem For Orchestra) (1902-03)
- Variations For Orchestra, Op. 31 (1926-1928)
- Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night), Op. 4 (Revised Version For String Orchestra; 1943)
Alban Berg (1885-1935)
- Three Pieces For Orchestra, Op. 6 (Revised Version; 1929)
- Three Pieces From The "Lyric Suite" (Version For String Orchestra; 1928)
Anton Webern (1883-1945)
- Passacaglia For Orchestra, Op. 1 (1908)
- Five Movements, Op. 5 (Version For String Orchestra; 1929)
- Six Pieces For Orchestra, Op. 6 (Version Of 1928)
- Symphony, Op. 21 For Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, 2 Horns, Harp, 2 Violins, Viola And Cello (1927-28)