Georg Solti - Venice


Georg Solti - Venice  (Royal Opera House Orchestra), the Iconic classical title, that usually comes with rocket high price sticker is coming to the Analogue Production, as 200-gram LP, mastered by Willem Makee from the original analog tape.

Coming on the heels of Analogue Productions' Decca Classical SACD series of nine famed iconic classical titles, these 12 RCA Europe titles are some of the most sought-after by collectors. Hard-to-find original mint condition pressings fetch premium prices. And now they're getting the much-lauded Analogue Productions reissue treatment!

Analogue Productions has remastered these historic recordings from the original master tapes. The majority of the titles were remastered by renowned European mastering engineer Willem Makkee. The vinyl releases will be pressed at Quality Record Pressings and plated by Gary Salstrom. The LP packaging will be original tip-on jacket facsimiles that precisely duplicate the original cover art.

Georg Solti, conducting the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Originally released in 1959. Ravishing string tone and superior dynamics. Indisputedly beautiful string tone in Act One of Traviata. About a minute or so into the last band on side one, one hears the famous Underground subway rumbling beneath Kingsway Hall. The Underground, the Aldrich-Holborn line, was a constant factor to be addressed by Decca engineers.

Recorded in Kingsway Hall
Producer: Michael Bremner
Engineer: Kenneth Wilkinson

Mastered by Willem Makee from the original analog tape
200-gram LP plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings
Die-cut tip-on gatefold jacket from Stoughton Printing
Includes book filled with liner notes, images and more!

Link: here.