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Both symphonies sound great in this performance by Carlos Kleiber and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Never forced, never wilful, there is not a hint of 'interpretation' - just music at its most frightening, at its most beautiful, lyrical... Enjoy!
If someone was a beginning classical music listener and only wanted ONE CD, this is what I would recommend.
Extremely unsatisfied. Was supposed to get symphonies 5 and 7. What I got was part of the second movement from Symphony no.5. Period. Definitely did not get what I paid for. Read morePublished 5 days ago by David M. Watkins
Carlos Kleiber's Beethoven 5th and 7th are unmatched. I can listen to them over and over again without tiring.Published 27 days ago by Jayk
The case arrived cracked across the front. If you can please mail me a clear, new case I can easily transfer it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark R. Strand
Sorry, I don't care for Beethoven..not soothing...makes you want to go to war!!!! I know the recording is excellent. If you are a Beethoven fan..do buy this.Published 1 month ago by LaVerneParkin
Best 5th I have ever heard. Nice recording, great dynamics, amazing renditionPublished 3 months ago by chameleoned
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You might be dead. The Emperor concerto is, for my money, the greatest concerto ever written. The adagio is heart-melting, and the transition to the scherzo is, well, beyond words.
May 27, 2010 by James Abraham | See all 10 posts