Notes & Reviews:
High Fidelity Pure Audio is a format especially suited to the target market of intrepid classical aficionados who love new technology. It is a physical high-resolution Pure Audio format, using existing Blu-ray technology.
The glory of this version stems from the quality of the playing, its refinement in every department, the glow of tone encouraged by the acoustic of the Sofiensaal, Decca's regular venue in Vienna, and the flexible, lyrical style which comes naturally to Viennese performers.
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Beethoven: Cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II; Symphony No. 2 / Sally Matthews, Tamara Mumford, Barry Banks, Andrew Foster-Williams
British Violin Sonatas, Vol. 1 - works by Ferguson, Walton & Britten / Tasmin Little, violin; Piers Lane, piano
Günter Wand: The Radio Recordings - Works from Bach, Mozart and Schubert to Stravinsky, Webern and Ligeti [20 CDs]
Mahler: SymphonY No. 1; Symphony No. 2, 'Resurrection'; Symphony No. 3 / Maazel
Ravel: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2 - Valses nobles et sentimentales; Gaspard de la nuit; La valse et al. / Slatkin [Blu-Ray audio]
Melchior Franck (1580-1639): Gemmulae Evangeliorum Musicae / North German Chamber Choir
Kalevi Aho: Symphony No. 15; Double Bass Concerto; Minea / Eero Munter, double bass
Dvorak: Cello Concerto; Silent Woods; Rondo in G minor et al. / Alisa Weilerstein, cello
Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Sextet Op. 10; Suite Op. 23 / Henri Sigfridsson; Thomas Selditz; Marius Diaz