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post #556 of 2044
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Here is my own transfer from original shellac disks. Sounds much better than EMI's cd.

 

http://www.vintageip.com/xfers/walkureact1walter1935.mp3

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post #557 of 2044
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I suspect we know more about classical music today because of recordings than Beethoven's critics.

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post #558 of 2044

In Beethoven's day, even the music of Bach was little known. We know a lot more about classical music today than they did then.

post #559 of 2044
here are some of my faves (I am sure bigshot will agree :veryevil:)

 

 

 

 

post #560 of 2044
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Originally Posted by calaf View Post
 

LOL...

 

100% Abbado.

I like a lot particularly the last one: Pollini playing Bartok

post #561 of 2044
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Originally Posted by bigshot View Post
 

 

Here is my own transfer from original shellac disks. Sounds much better than EMI's cd.

 

http://www.vintageip.com/xfers/walkureact1walter1935.mp3

wow great effort was taken by you to transfer this. Many thanks bigshot, I am enjoying it very much right now.

post #562 of 2044
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Originally Posted by bigshot View Post
 

In Beethoven's day, even the music of Bach was little known. We know a lot more about classical music today than they did then.


You are so missing my point lol sorry I'm apparently not expressing myself very clear, English is my second language after all, I find it frustrating sometimes :o

post #563 of 2044

While I am a complete novice in the world of classical music, I really enjoy the album very much. Very well recorded. Could someone provide me with exactly what this type is, and similar albums i may enjoy? Thanks!

 

post #564 of 2044
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While I am a complete novice in the world of classical music, I really enjoy the album very much. Very well recorded. Could someone provide me with exactly what this type is, and similar albums i may enjoy? Thanks!

 

Living stereo doesn`t need any introduction.

I have another one from Reiner and CS.

post #565 of 2044
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Living stereo doesn`t need any introduction.

I have another one from Reiner and CS.

Yes! I was going to post this one as well. Maybe I have a thing for Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra? Who knows...

post #566 of 2044

 

My favorite Mahler cd

post #567 of 2044
I just started listening my 60 CD Living Stereo collection. I'm going to listen to 2 a week. The first one has some nice old country songs I heard my parents play when I was quite young. Jim Reeves voice is fantastic.

The recordings really are spectacular.
post #568 of 2044
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Originally Posted by notraces View Post

I just started listening my 60 CD Living Stereo collection. I'm going to listen to 2 a week. The first one has some nice old country songs I heard my parents play when I was quite young. Jim Reeves voice is fantastic.

The recordings really are spectacular.

I have the entire collection on CD/SACD and they are amazing. However, this copy on vinyl i have is just stunning, found it for $1 too.

 

post #569 of 2044
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Originally Posted by Quinto View Post
 

 

My favorite Mahler cd

 

Awesome.

post #570 of 2044
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wow great effort was taken by you to transfer this. Many thanks bigshot, I am enjoying it very much right now.

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