Furtwangler Bruckner Symphony No.9 Recorded '44 DGG Club Edition Mono LP '65 NM
Anton Bruckner: Symphony No.9
Wilhelm Furtwangler conducting the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.
German DGG club edition mon-pressing with big tulip "Alle Hersteller"- labels. This recording was only issued on vinyl as a club edition in Germany.
Recording is from 1944, date on back-cover is 5/65.
Condition Cover: Strong EX to NM. Minimal general wear.
Condition Vinyl: NM. Played two or three times, flawless vinyl.
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