Deutsche Grammophon

Founded in 1989 by Emile Berliner as the German wing of his Berliner Gramophone Group, Deutsche Grammophon, often referred to as the Yellow Label after its distinctive cartouche, is part of the Universal Music Group. Herbert von Karajan recorded for the label from 1959 to his death in 1989; his set of the Beethoven symphonies, released in 1963, was the first integral cycle in the history of Recording.

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