An early stereo pressing of The Reiner Sound, by Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony, released in 1958 by RCA Records.
Offered for sale is an early stereo pressing of The Reiner Sound, by Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, released in 1958 by RCA Records as LSC-2183.
The Reiner Sound has long been sought out by audiophiles for its dynamics and wide soundstage. Works on the LP are Ravel’s Rapsodie Espagnole, Pavan for a Dead Princess and Rachmaninoff’s Isle of the Dead.
The copy offered for sale is much nicer than most of the copies we see; the disc has clearly had very little play. The disc is VG++, with just a few light scuffs from the heavy paper sleeve included with the original release. The disc features 10S stampers on both sides.
The cover is VG+, with a repaired 4″ seam split at the top.
A very clean copy of a great-sounding record that’s hard to find in playable condition.
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