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More historic concerts this week. From the 1979 Salzburg Festival, a concert featuring the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by the legendary Herbert von Karajan in two works – Mozart: Divertimento in B Major k. 287 and Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra.
The concert was recorded by Deutsche Welle and is on two players – the top player is the Mozart and the bottom player is the Strauss.
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