|Composition||The Sorcerer's Apprentice|
|I'm not totally happy with the balance on any of these.
VCM I don't normally go for recordings with added reverb but this tends to give a better balance and fullness that may be slightly more desirable.
VIC is probably the overall best.
FM clear highs with a tendency to shrillness. This is probably the easiest to EQ
Somewhat better highs but with more noise.
GS Filtered upper highs but sort of shrill in the mid highs.
Immortal A very grand pause at 4:12 where somebody really messed up a splice. Some filtering and mild reverb coloration.
Both CDs have great dynamics. Turn treble up on Immortal and easily listenable.
LM probably excellent sound, but my copy is in very poor condition.
AT some muddy reverb and somewhat filtered highs.
|RCA||VCM-7001||Toscanini Plays Light Classics||LP|
|RCA||VIC-1267||Toscanini: Strauss - Dukas - Berlioz||LP|
|Franklin Mint||TOSC 6||Orchestral Showpieces||LP|
|RCA Japan||RVC-1560||Toscanini Plays Your Favorites||LP|
|RCA||09026-60322-2||AT Collection Vol 39||CD|
|RCA||74321 66924 2||The Immortal - Vol. IX French Orchestral Music||CD|
|RCA||LM-2056||Toscanini Conducts The Sorcerer's Apprentice||LP|
|RCA Italy||AT 142||Toscanini: Respighi, Dukas, Liadov, Franck||LP|