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Deutsche Grammophon releases series of 24bit/96kHz Blu-ray collections in commemorations of Herbert von Karajan and Carlos Kleiber

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Celebrating the Legacy of Herbert von Karajan

Thirty years ago next Tuesday (7/16/2019), the classical music world lost one of its foremost champions in the digital age, Herbert von Karajan (1908-1989).

Deutsche Grammophon is commemorating the legacy of the maestro with the re-release of two of his renowned symphony cycles, of Tchaikovsky and Bruckner: “Remastered at 24bit / 96kHz from original analogue sources, these are released on Blu-ray audio for the first time accompanying 4- and 9-CD sets of the same re-masterings respectively. The Bruckner release is now available, while the Tchaikovsky Symphony set is now available for pre-order.”


Carlos Kleiber (1930-2004)

Also lost to the classical music world in the same month was the reclusive but equally celebrated Carlos Kleiber, a contemporary and friend of von Karajan.

“This week, we commemorate the passing of Austrian conductor Carlos Kleiber (1930–2004) on July 13. Explore a curated collection of his discography on Deutsche Grammophon in our new website section, DG Discovery. Simply select your preferred streaming service and you will be led to the chosen albums or playlists.”


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