Monthly Archive: July 2014
Interpretatively and sonically, this is one of the best releases of the Dvorak 8th I have ever heard.
July 18, 2014/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
An impressive sonic enhancement of the debut album by Peter, Paul and Mary.
by / July 18, 2014/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
An extensive survey of Belgian piano virtuoso Arthur de Greef reveals a master of an idiom he knew well.
by / July 18, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Omnifone to Deliver Catalog for PonoMusic; Panasonic to Integrate aptX Codec in Viera TVs; Computer Audiophile Says Hi-Res Is Not …
by / July 18, 2014/ Audio News/
Period guitar playing? Gregoriadou provides a crash course on how it is done.
A fine sampling of known and rarer Tavener, sung with outstanding conviction.
Two fabulous discs that cannot be ignored by Whitacre’s many fans.
This is an eloquent trio with an extensive inventiveness.
by / July 16, 2014/ Jazz CD Reviews/
For the collector of rare keyboard repertory, this Alkan disc provides powerful and original materials.
Maybe not the best introduction to this fascinating and innovative composer, but well-played and offering an “almost” completion as well.