SACD - Franz Schubert Symphonies 1 and 8, Klangkollektiv Wien, Conductor Remy Ballot

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SACD directly transferred from PURE Analog Original Master Tape Professional Direct to Two Track Recording, recorded by Sepea Audio.

Recorded March 19 – 21, 2018, at Lorely - Saal, Vienna - Recorders - Studer A80 ½“ 30ips (2 pieces), Mics - Sonodore RCM 402, DPA 2006, Neumann U87Mix - Sonosax SX-S, Cables - Mogami
Producer: Richard Winter
Recording Producer & Digital Editing : Daniel Mayer, Rémy Ballot
Balance Engineer : Ladislav Krajcovic
Booklet Editing : Kurt Danner, Norbert Täubl, Theresa Aigner
Creative Director : Co Merz
Design & Typography : Dominique Boessner
Made in Austria, © Gramola 2018


FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797–1828) 

Symphony No. 1 in D major D 82

① Adagio – Allegro vivace 9 : 39
② Andante 8 : 57
③ Menuetto 5 : 18
④ Allegro vivace 6 : 01

Symphony No. 8 in B minor D 759 ‘Unfinished’

⑤ Allegro moderato 11 : 49
⑥ Andante con moto 11 : 32

Total Time 53 : 26

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When the first bars of Schubert ’ s “ Unfinished ” Symphony reached the recording equipment in March of 2018, it wasn ’ t merely the musicians ’ “ daily grind ” but rather the birth of an ensemble : the chamber orchestra KLANGKOLLEKTIV WIEN.
The mission of the KLANGKOLLEKTIV WIEN is to perform the music of the Viennese Classical era with care and love, beyond mere routine. This is why we – musicians from Vienna’s leading orchestras – came together for the first time.
This music, which was at the onset of the development of the modern orchestra – with which we handle a diverse program of works from all different eras every day – becomes ever more an oasis of tranquility through its clear form and inner beauty, the epicenter of our lives as musicians.
Our goal is to give these works the attention they deserve, to communicate their message to listeners. This first document of our common passion came about in collaboration with the conductor Rémy Ballot and the record label Gramola, who were involved in this project’s development from the very beginning.
With deep respect for the greatness of these works by Franz Schubert,



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