℗ 2004 PentaTone
Released 2004
Duration 58m 45s
Record Label PentaTone
Catalogue No. PTC5186042
Genre Classical (Orchestral)
 

Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D, Op.73 - Tragic Overture, Op.81

Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra, Hans Vonk

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Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73  
1.1
I. Allegro non troppo
Johannes Brahms; Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra; Hans Vonk
20:54
1.2
II. Adagio non troppo. L'istesso tempo, ma grazioso
Johannes Brahms; Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra; Hans Vonk
9:03
1.3
III. Allegretto grazioso (Quasi Andantino) - Presto ma non assai
Johannes Brahms; Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra; Hans Vonk
5:08
1.4
IV. Allegro con spirito
Johannes Brahms; Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra; Hans Vonk
10:04
1.5
Tragic Overture, Op. 81
Johannes Brahms; Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra; Hans Vonk
13:36
Digital Booklet
"Vonk’s reading (of the 2nd Symphony) is lean and almost classical in feel ... well-played by the orchestra ... sound quality is excellent ..." - MusicWeb International Recorded in June 2003, a year before his death, this album marks one of the last sessions from Dutch conductor Hans Vonk with the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra. The glorious and cheerful Symphony No. 2 is appropriately paired with the Tragic Overture on this Brahms programme that has received lavish praise for both the performances and sonic qualities.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 2.8224 MHz DSD – PentaTone Studio Masters

Recorded : Hilversum, MCO – Studio 1, The Netherlands, June 2003 Recording producer : Job Maarse Balance engineer : Erdo Groot Recording engineers : Daniël van Aalst, Roger de Schot Editing: Henrik Manook, Matthijs Ruyter, Erdo Groot Recording facility: Polyhymnia International BV Microphones: Neumann km 130, Schoeps MK 21, DPA 4006 with Polyhymnia microphone buffer electronics Microphone preamps: Custom build by Polyhymnia International BV and outputs directly connected to Meitner DSD AD converter DSD recording, editing and mixing: Pyramix Virtual Studio by Merging Technologies Monitored on B&W Nautilus loudspeakers Microphone, interconnect and loudspeaker cables by van den Hul
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.48
-7.59 to -0.14
-27.07
-32.39 to -23.40
15
14 to 16
1
I. Allegro non troppo
-2.31-26.7414
2
II. Adagio non troppo. L'istesso tempo, ma grazioso
-1.26-27.9416
3
III. Allegretto grazioso (Quasi Andantino) - Presto ma non assai
-7.59-32.3915
4
IV. Allegro con spirito
-1.08-23.4014
5
Tragic Overture, Op. 81
-0.14-24.8715

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