> *Using the values from the Elektor article*

I do not have the Elektor article. Looking at Cordell's site, I see gain of -10 and 511k. So I can't figure how you came up with gain of -159.5.

By caveman thinking, the gain should be about as much as you increased the resistor. Cordell's 511k divided by apparent Gv=-10 is 51.1k, close. The full derivation has a subtract-one in it. 511k/11 is 46.45k, real close. Conversely, your 1Meg divided by your -159 looks like ~~6k; sim says 6.23k, which is indeed more damping than 47k. Your R13 100r (default?) should be about 786.662 Ohms, though you might want to re-rationalize R11:R13 to simpler values.

While the final answer is "damping", the basic question is "how to fake 47.0k with a bigger resistor?". Don't need many parts to sim that. My sim has a GAIN block; a source, a GAIN, and a resistor does the job. (Exactly, without any quibble about a LT115's imperfections; though these should be accounted before you order resistors).

Don't forget, if you have 430k in front of this, you really want to aim for 52.767k (430k||52.767k=47k). And 430k is not-huge compared to 47k. There's probably another part-dB noise figure if you go much bigger. OTOH cap-leakage may happen.