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Artist: Herbert von Karajan
Herbert von Karajan (1908-89) defined the art of conducting for millions over the course of his long career. Since his death, the charismatic Austrian artist has continued to inspire countless music-lovers worldwide through his monumental legacy of recordings, whose depth and richness are now celebrated in the largest box set ever issued: Karajan – Complete Recordings on Deutsche Grammophon and Decca. This strictly-limited, numbered edition presents Karajan’s entire catalogue of recordings for DG and Decca and comprises 330 CDs, 24 DVDs and two Blu-ray Audio discs – a total of 356 discs sleeved with their original jacket artwork and shelved together with four tracklist booklets and a 140-page hardcover book. It is the legacy of a legend and a tribute to an immense artistic achievement. Experience the breathtaking scope and excellence of the conductor’s art in benchmark recordings by which all others must be judged!
• The Early Recordings on 8 CDs (6 CDs of “The First Recordings” from the 1930s and 1940s + 2 CDs radio recordings previously released on Koch-Schwann from the 1940s)
• The Complete 1960s recordings (82CDs)
• The Complete 1970s recordings (82 CDs)
• The Complete 1980s recordings (78 CDs)
• The Complete Opera Recordings on DG & Decca (70 CDs)
• Decca Orchestral Recordings on 9 CDs + The Christmas Album
• The complete DG/Unitel DVDs (24 DVDs)
• 2 Blu-ray Audios with the 1963 Beethoven cycle and Wagner’s Ring des Nibelungen in 24 bit/96kHz.
• Strictly Limited, Numbered Edition
• Leather fibre outer case with gold hot-foil imprint
• Bookshelf-like inner box presenting all sleeves easily accessible from two sides
• The Hardcover-Book with 140 pages: Includes a new extended essay on the phenomenon Karajan by biographer Richard Osborne as well as all the essays, interviews, reminiscences by colleagues and producers from the four previously released big box sets, a timeline and numerous pictures including facsimiles of protocols from some of his most famous recordings
• Four tracklisting booklets:
1 The Early Recordings + 1960s Recordings
2 The 1970s Recordings
3 The 1980s Recordings + Decca Orchestral Recordings
4 The Opera Recordings + DVDs and Blu-ray Audios
• Original Jackets (front and back) with most recordings in their original LP couplings
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