Stravinsky* / Borodin*, Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra And Chorus* ‎– The Firebird (Suite, 1919 Version) / Overture And Polovetsian Dances From Prince Igor

Telarc ‎– DG-10039, Telarc ‎– 10039
Vinyl, LP


Igor Stravinsky, The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra*, Robert Shaw The Firebird (Suite, 1919 Version)
A Introduction—The Firebird And Her Dance—Round Dance Of The Princesses—Infernal Dance Of King Kastchei—Finale 20:39
Alexander Borodin, The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra*, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus*, Robert Shaw Music From Prince Igor
B1 Overture 10:30
B2 Polovetsian Dance 11:38

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This version has the distributor "audio int'l vertriebs gmbh" in a box on back of the sleeve.

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Imported Pressing

Produced in cooperation with Baron Productions Ltd.
Soundstream - This recording was mastered using the Soundstream Digital Recording System

Technical Information: Microphones used for this recording were all Schoepps/Studer and included models SKM-52U, 54U and 56U. All are transformerless and were mixed through a Studer model 169 console fed at half-speed on a specially built transformerless Neumann VMS-70/SAL-74 cutting system equipped with a quartz-lock drive motor. Monitoring during the session was done using ADS model BC-8 speakers driven by a Treshold model 400A amplifier.

Recorded June 19 & 20, 1978

©℗Telarc Records™
Printed in Germany
Gatefold sleeve, liner notes & lyrics (for B2) in English
Spine: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus / Robert Shaw  Stravinsky:Firebird  Borodin: Overture & Dances from Prince Igor   Stereo No. DG-10039
Catalog#: DG-10039

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Made In Germany
Catalog#: 10039
Red labels, black print

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): TELARC 10039-A10 M-2 B6 (EDP)1 Manufactured in Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): TELARC 10039 B-4 M3 (EDP)3 IAM ORD Manufactured in Germany



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October 13, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

Both performance and recording quality is exceptional on this one. It's the second commercially released classical digital recording in the world. Definitely a must-have for those enjoying Stravinsky or Borodin.