| Genre || Classical || || || |
| Record Size || 12" || || || |
| Duration || Box Set || || || |
| Record Grading || Near Mint (NM or M-) || || || |
| Sleeve Grading || Very Good Plus (VG+) || || || |
| Record Label || Electrola || || || |
| Release Year || 1960 || || || |
| Country/Region of Manufacture || Germany || || || |
| Speed || 33RPM || || || |
West German Electrola 6LP heavy box called simply 'Wilhelm Furwängler' includes recordings of Ludwig van Beethoven from 1950s: here are Symphonies No.3 and 5 (Vienna Philarminic Orchestra), No.9 (Bayereuth Festival orchestra with chorus, Elisabeth Schwatrzkoph, Elisabeth Hoengen, Hans Hopf and Otto Edelmann as soloists in fourth part); Violin concerto (solo Yehudi Menuhin with Philarmonia orchestra) and 5th Piano Concerto (famous brilliant studio performance with Edwin Fischer and Philarmonia orchestra). All of these performances are under Wilhelm Furtwaengler, of course.
ELECTROLA EBE600 000/1-6. West German pressing of sixties. Unfortunately there was no book.
VINYL IN NM CONDITION
BOX IN VG++ CONDITION
NM (= M-): Near Mint: album has been played with no visible signs of wear or damage.
VG++ (= EX): Still very shiny, album has light signs of wear: a couple of inaudible light scuffs and/or light scratches.
Some more wear, light scratches and/or scuffs: album plays with minimal
surfacenoise = occasional light crackle, but still very enjoyable.
Scratches and scuffs. Album plays with some more surfacenoise (light
crackle and/or or occasional pops, but no skipped or repeat grooves).
Moderate, even wear throughout, still playable but with quite some
surfacenoise (I rarely list records with this grade, except when they
are very collectable
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