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RE: Those Kleiber Beethoven 5/7 recordings. . .

One wonders how a company can put out such junk. Where do they find the deaf engineers and deaf producers? I prefer minimal microphone stereo recordings, but there are many labels that use multiple microphones that preserve a sense of depth. The Kleiber Beethoven had zero depth. It was as flat as a cartoon character that's been run over by a steam roller.

After listening to this recording I put DG on my "do not buy list" and haven't purchased another of their recordings for over 15 months.

Tony Lauck

"Diversity is the law of nature; no two entities in this universe are uniform." - P.R. Sarkar

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