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Is remastered version of beethoven symphony 9 1951 better than original one?

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And I still don't understand that whether so-called "original" is vinyl record or the CD 1990.

post #2 of 4

"Original" one usually means the first issue in a particular medium.

 

The Original Graceland can mean the original vinyl release or the original CD release. It's just a way to differentiate the first release from the new remasters.  


In any case...Google is your best friend in such a matter.

 

Hope that helps.

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Thanks!

 

Do you know anything about that record?

 

I'm not sure which one I should get...

post #4 of 4

I'd recommend the 9th Symphony done by Benjamin Zander. It's tempi is very accurate and the sound quality is VERY good. 

 

If you search a bit, I'm sure you can find it. 

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