New Deutsche Gramophom boxed Bruckner set

New Deutsche Gramophom boxed Bruckner set
To celebrate Bruckner's 200th birthday, DGG is releasing a new Bruckner boxed set featuring the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, The set is similar to the earlier Decc/London boxed set, but there are a few substitutions. Here is the complete list:

Disc 1
? Symphony No. 1 in C minor, WAB101 (1877 Linz, Novak version)

Claudio Abbado (conductor) Recorded
: January 1996, Vienna (live)

Disc 2
? Symphony No. 2 in C minor, WAB102 (1877, 2nd draft of Novak's version)

Riccardo Muti(Conductor) Recorded
: August 2016, Salzburg (live)

Disc 3
? Symphony No. 3 in D minor, WAB103 "Wagner" (1877, Novak version 2nd draft)

Bernard Haitink, conductor Recorded
: December 1988, Vienna

Disc 4
? Symphony No. 4 in E-flat major, WAB104 "Romantique" (1978/80, 2nd draft of Novak's version)

Karl Böhm (conductor) Recorded
: November 1973, Vienna

Disc 5
? Symphony No. 5 in B-flat major, WAB105 (Novak version) Lorin

Maazel ( Conductor)
Recorded: March 1974, Vienna

, Disc 6
? Symphony No. 6 in A major, WAB106 (Haas version) Horst

Stein (conductor)
Recorded: November 1972, Vienna

, Disc 7
? Symphony No. 7 in E major, WAB107 (Haas version)

Herbert von Karajan, conductor Recorded
: April 1989, Vienna (live)

Disc 8
? Symphony No. 8 in C minor, WAB108 (Haas version) Pierre

Boulez (conductor)
Recorded: September 1996, Linz (live)

Disc 9
? Symphony No. 9 in D minor, WAB109 (Novak version) Carlo

Maria Giulini, conductor
Recorded: Vienna, June 1988 (live)