A nice clean original RCA Living Stereo pressing of Saint-Saens Symphony #3 by Munch and the Boston Symphony with 1s stampers.
Offered for sale is an original RCA Living Stereo copy of Saint-Saens Symphony #3, recorded in 1959 by Charles Munch conduction the Boston Symphony Orchestra. This is a first pressing with 1s stampers on both sides.
Saint-Saens Symphony #3, often referred to as the “organ symphony”, makes use of a pipe organ with surprisingly deep bass. This recording has long been an audiophile favorite.
The record offered for sale is an original 1959 RCA stereo pressing of Saint-Saens Symphony #3, performed by Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony, and featuring Berj Zamkochian on organ. The LP is a first pressing, with 1s stampers on each side, suggesting that it was one of the first few hundred copies pressed.
While not mint, this record is in exceptional condition, having seen relatively little play and being well cared for. The cover grades VG++, with just traces of wear on the back cover. The record is also VG++; it has no marks to speak of but does have a few scuffs from being removed from the heavy paper inner sleeve with which the record was originally shipped.
A very nice, clean first pressing copy of a longtime audiophile favorite.
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- 1959 (original LP)