TCHAIKOVSKY:  1812 Overture. Marche slave. Capriccio Italien, Cossack Dance, Polonaise, Coronation March.
Cincinnati Pops Orch/Erich Kunzel, cond.
TELARC SACD 60541 TT:  60:23
(5.1 channel)
For comments on this, see the REVIEW  which comments on minuses - and pluses - of this remake of a Telarc past success.  The DVDA version perhaps has a bit more impact, but I imagine most listeners would be equally content with this SACD multi-channel version.
BERLIOZ:  Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14. Love Scene from Romeo and Juliet.
Cincinnati Symphony Orch/Paavo J„rvi, cond.
TELARC SACD 60578 TT:  70:21
(5.1 channel)
R.D. thought quite highly of this recording when issued on CD (REVIEW).  No question that the multi-channel sound is superior - there is a fullness - and hall sound - to be heard here, thanks to the extra channels.  This is among the most successful TELARC classical multi-channel CDs.