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Beginning of the Schalk-recording

1st movement - 2nd theme
Kark-Nikisch-Pasternack-Mengelberg-Weingartner 1
Ronald 2-Furtwängler-Weingartner2-Strauss-Rosenstock
Schalk-Stokowski-Toscanini4-Weingartner4

and some of the rarest recordings of Beethoven's Fifth

Arthur Nikisch - 1913 - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (acoustic recording for "HMV/Deutsche Grammophon"
1st movement
2nd movement
3rd movement
4th movement

Josef Pasternack - 1916/17 - Victory Concert Orchestra (acoustic recording for Victor; 2nd movement is missing; 1st movement after bar 495 is missing, taken from a similar recording: Mengelberg New York Philharmonic 1922)
1st movement
3rd movement
4th movement

Sir Landon Ronald - 1926 - Royal Albert Hall Orchestra (electric recording for HMV)
1st movement
2nd movement
3rd movement
4th movement

Richard Strauss - 1928 - Orchester der Berliner Staatsoper (electric recording for "Deutsche Grammophon")
1st movement
2nd movement
3rd movement
4th movement

Joseph Rosenstock - 1929 - Orchester der Berliner Staatsoper (electric recording for Parlophon)
1st movement
2nd movement
3rd movement
4th movement

Franz Schalk - 1929 - Wiener Philharmoniker (electric recording for HMV)
1st movement
2nd movement
3rd movement
4th movement

 

Felix Weingartner's four recordings

1924, London Symphony Orchestra (acoustic recording for "Columbia")
1st movement
2nd movement
3rd movement
4th movement

1927, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (electric recording for "Columbia")
1st movement
2nd movement
3rd movement
4th movement

1932, "British Symphony Orchestra" (electric recording for "Columbia")
1st movement
2nd movement
3rd movement
4th movement

1933, London Philharmonic Orchestra (electric recording for "Columbia")
1st movement
2nd movement
3rd movement
4th movement

 


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