Monthly Archive: September 2014
The Film Detective to Release 10-20 Restored Classic Films Monthly; Sony Hi-Res Promotion Campaign Features “Cheek to Cheek” Album; DirecTV …
September 30, 2014/ Audio News/
The Blue Note remastering is a definite sonic improvement over the ‘60s original LP.
The French genius of the violin died too early, but her collected studio recordings testify to an immortal talent.
Far better than most, with terrific sound and fine video, this Vespri is well worth the effort.
A production that relies solely on the excellence of the title role.
A fine new production from the Met Live in HD, a little silliness aside.
Congenial performances of 1953 and 1960, of two ballet staples make a pleasant hour of listening, but visceral music these …
How does the Tokyo String Quartet handle these works? With utmost aplomb, guided by an uncanny degree of inspirational talent.
Andrew Rose restores Bronislaw Huberman renditions of the two great violin concertos in the canon, and the results should mesmerize …
A reflective album filled with musical adventure.