Monthly Archive: February 2014
Fantastic sound and thrilling playing make for a disc of unqualified excellence.
February 22, 2014/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
Bravo to all concerned in one of the finest Russian choral music releases in years.
Excitement galore despite sloppy playing and cavernous sound, but what a ride!
The two Brahms Piano Concerto renditions by Stephen Hough will satisfy connoisseurs and initiates to these symphonically-conceived works.
Two new releases of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons are both inspiring!
The vinyl version of the album I reviewed back in December on SACD.
A fine sampling of Giuliani’s art, well played, beautifully recorded.
A very high quality phono preamp at a reasonable price; runs on batteries.
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Violinistic derring-do by way of Sarasate transcriptions makes this album by Tianwa Yang hard to resist.