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It might be Blomstedt. That is a very good set. It's available in the Brilliant Classics complete Beethoven box.


Doesn't sound like it from the Amazon samples. The details in what I have sound more subdued, like the players are further away in a larger concert hall. It's really just the imaging that's awesome. The timpani in the first movement of the 9th is panned far to the right, if that helps wink.gif

 

Winamp and Gracenote to the rescue! It's Roger Norrington and the London Classical Players. Here's a sample:

 


Edited by Head Injury - 1/18/12 at 9:07pm
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I don't have a smartphone or anything like that. Is there a desktop alternative?

 


a lower-tech method would be to use the timing of the various movements to identify the recording. For example you could go here

http://www.grunin.com/eroica/?page=list.asp

and try to match the times of the four movements of your Sym #3 with the ones reported in that list (which BTW is proof that you can find absolutely

everything on internet these days...)

 

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