Monthly Archive: July 2015
Mose Allison – the ultimate hipster - “Takes to the Hills”...
A brief survey of the large symphonic output of an eclectic English composer.
Three engaging contemporary compositions.
Guild restores the first “complete” recorded editions of Tchaikovsky’s middle symphonies.
by John Sunier/ July 31, 2015/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Early Melvin Taylor session gets an audiophile upgrade...
Dolby AC-4 for Broadcast and Streaming Services; Level Magic Selective Loudness Processing for MPEG-H TV Audio; Music Industry Grooving on …
by John Sunier/ July 31, 2015/ Audio News/
A fantastic disc that equals the very best.
Savall's latest plumbs the depth of mankind's vacillation between war and peace, with outstanding music to assuage the arguments.
Inscribed in 1993 as part of the complete cycle of Paganini concertos, this installment provides excitement and technical mastery.
by John Sunier/ July 30, 2015/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Mozart advocate and brilliant keyboardist Edwin Fischer and a compendium of his commercial inscriptions.
by Audiophile Audition/ July 30, 2015/ Classical Reissue Reviews/