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Mahler Symphony No 4 Utah Symphony Abravanel Davrath 7 1/2 IPS Reel Tape Dolby

Mahler Symphony No 4 Utah Symphony Abravanel Davrath 7 1/2 IPS Reel Tape Dolby

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Experience the celestial beauty of Mahler: Symphony No. 4 performed by the enchanting Netania Davrath and the Utah Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the brilliant Maurice Abravanel, on reel-to-reel tape! This heavenly recording from the groovy 1970s captures the essence of Mahler’s sublime Fourth Symphony, a work renowned for its ethereal melodies and serene charm. Netania Davrath’s angelic soprano voice soars through the final movement, bringing Mahler’s vision of a child’s view of heaven to life with pure, haunting beauty. Maurice Abravanel, a maestro with a magical touch, leads the Utah Symphony Orchestra in a performance that's as radiant as it is precise. Perfect for classical music enthusiasts and vintage tape collectors, this reel-to-reel masterpiece offers an immersive auditory journey into Mahler's symphonic wonderland. Dust off that reel-to-reel player, press play, and let the Utah Symphony Orchestra lift your spirits to new heights—because in the realm of vintage sound, this reel is a divine delight!


  • Name: Mahler: Symphony No. 4 by Netania Davrath and the Utah Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maurice Abravanel
  • Tape Speed: 4 Track, Stereo, 7 1/2 IPS 
  • Tape Type: 7" Plastic Reel
  • Tape # VAN D 10042
  • Track List:
    • Symphony No. 4 In G Major

The tape shown in the pictures may not be the exact one you receive, especially if multiple copies exist for the listing.

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