MoFi’s version of this recording (#1-507) is one of the worst sounding classical records they ever made, and that’s saying something, because most of their classical catalog is awful. Thin, bright, with sloppy bass and completely unnatural string tone — the MoFi makes the typical Classic Record sound good! And that’s REALLY saying something.
The UHQR is somewhat better, especially in the lower octaves, but it’s maybe a D+ or C-, not a Better Record by any means.
How dull and opaque does a stereo have to be to make this record listenable?
The answer is VERY dull and VERY opaque.
Stone Age Audio Systems are the only ones that can play junk like this and get away with it.