Anthony C. Griffith, Sound Engineer for Major Classical Recordings, Dies

Classic Arts News   Anthony C. Griffith, Sound Engineer for Major Classical Recordings, Dies
 
Sound engineer Anthony C. Griffith died on September 1, Gramophone magazine reports. He was 90 years old.

Over the course of his career, he worked with such artists as Thomas Beecham, Wilhelm Furtw‹ngler, Herbert von Karajan, and Dinu Lipatti. He also produced recordings by Colin Davis, the Melos Ensemble, and the Aeolian Quartet.

Griffith began his career as a sound recordist for film, but joined EMI Recording Studios after World War II. He also worked for Philips Records and the World Record Club, and again for EMI, transferring historical recordings to LP and, later, processing the Karajan recordings coming from Berlin.


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