|4||Symphony No. 5, In B Flat Major||(72:50)|
|5||Scherzo: Molto Vivace||12:29|
|KS C 076||Anton Bruckner|| Die Klassiksammlung 76: Spätromantische Musik (CD)||DeAgostini||KS C 076||Europe||1995|
|CC C 077||Anton Bruckner|| Symphony No. 5 in B flat (CD, Album)||Orbis||CC C 077||UK||1995|
|KMG 061||Bruckner|| Een Symfonisch Meesterwerk (CD, Album)||DeAgostini||KMG 061||Netherlands||1996|
- Artwork – Z+Z Multidigital Services
- Composed By – Anton Bruckner
- Conductor [Fake attribution] – Alberto Lizzio
- Conductor [Uncredited] – Michael Gielen
- Orchestra [Fake attribution] – South German Philharmonic Orchestra
- Orchestra [Uncredited] – Sinfonieorchester Des Südwestfunks
This is another falsely described recording originating from the fraudster Alfred Scholz who used the fake conductor name "Albert Lizzio" for this and many other recordings he sold to budget labels. This identical recording is also released under a different budget label as: Anton Bruckner - Die Klassiksammlung 76: Spätromantische Musik and credits the same orchestra, but now the conductor is Alfred Scholz!
Recent research by the Bruckner Society of America has determined that this recording of the Bruckner Symphony No. 5 was in fact performed by Michael Gielen and the Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (Sinfonieorchester Des Südwestfunks). The performance was recorded in the Hans Rosbaud Studios (#5) in Baden-Baden on January 18, 1968. It was first broadcast on Sudwestfunks May 5, 1969.
MM stands for 'Masters Of The Millenium'
Licensed from Point Classics UK Ltd, London
A Product from Holland
Manufactured in European Union
Marketed and distributed by Weton-Wesgram B.V. Oud-Beijerland, The Netherlands.
Total playing time 72:50
- Barcode (Text): 8 712155051203
- Barcode (String): 8712155051203
- Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Matrix / Runout: 5382 - CO1077-B
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L621
- Licensed From – Point Classics
- Marketed By – Weton-Wesgram B.V.
- Distributed By – Weton-Wesgram B.V.