Beethoven - The New Complete Edition (CD + Blu-ray Audio + DVD) | Deutsche Grammophon 4836767

Beethoven - The New Complete Edition (CD + Blu-ray Audio + DVD)


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Label: Deutsche Grammophon

Cat No: 4836767

Format: CD + Blu-ray Audio + DVD

Number of Discs: 123

Release Date: 1st November 2019


Deutsche Grammophon are proud to present the most modern and complete set of Beethoven’s work ever issued – 180 hours of music in a new limited edition.

Assembled in cooperation with Decca and 10 other labels, with many alternative performances including three complete symphony cycles.

Includes over 250 legendary performers from Gilels to Gardiner, the Amadeus Quartet to Arrau, Furtwängler to Fischer-Dieskau, Kempff to Karajan, Böhm to Brendel, Menuhin to Mutter and Perahia to Pollini.

Extensive editorial by leading Beethoven scholars.

Over 150 minutes of new recordinfgs, including several world premieres

Scholarship in partnership with the Beethoven-Haus Bonn, the one and only Complete Edition with support of the official Beethoven 2020 foundation.


- 118 CDs divided into 9 genres

- 2 DVDs: Fidelio (Bernstein) and Symphonies nos. 4 & 7 (Kleiber)

- 3 Blu-ray Audio discs: Symphonies (Karajan) / Piano Sonatas (Kempff) / Quartets (Amadeus Quartet)

- Colour coded for easy navigation

- Lavishly illustrated hardback book with new essay by Christine Siegert, introductory note by Barry Cooper and a biography in pictures, alphabetical works index & artist index

- 9 softcover books with tracklistings, notes and sung texts (EN/DE), illustrations, and full recording information.


- 2 piece rigid lift off lid box with O Card

- 205 x 274 x 271 mm ( HxWxD ) | 7.4kg


If money is no object and you have robust shelves, Deutsche Grammophon’s monster box set is the one to go for. It has alternate versions of the major works including the symphonies and concertos, a knockout roster of top-drawer musicians ... and the presentation is lavish, with nine booklets and a harback book.  Ivan Hewett
The Daily Telegraph 4 January 2020

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