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Weingartner: Symphony No. 3 - Letonja
(4 of 8 found this review helpful)
August 14, 2006
Got this recording some days ago and about the "ominous loud cracks" from the right front-channel in the multi-channel recording of the "Lustige Ouvertüre": Have the same problem twice times at 6 min. 12 sec. and 6 min. 18 sec. and it's really VERY loud(!) and no fun to hear. So it is'nt just a ...
Brahms: Complete Symphonies - Bychkov
(9 of 12 found this review helpful)
February 20, 2005
The present reception by balance engineer Christoph Gronarz and digital editor Walter Platte of the WDR (West German broadcasting, Cologne) possesses a full and pleasantly “warm” sound with simultaneously good three-dimensional illustration of the recording room (Cologne philharmonic). In the ...
Bernstein: Mass - Nagano
(2 of 4 found this review helpful)
February 14, 2005
WHAT shall I say about this recording? Well, it's like an adventure! I love it! Just sit down, listen and enjoy this mixture of classic, musical and pop and the fantastic multichannel experience. This recording is one of the best demonstrations, that multichannel can be much more than just a ...
Brahms: Symphony No. 1, Overtures - Alsop
(10 of 23 found this review helpful)
February 14, 2005
What a fantastic smooth, clear, transparent sound (listen to the clarinets and flutes!) and exciting interpretation of the symphonie and the overtures! I like it much more (and listend it nearly each day since I've bought it), than the recording of the complete symphonies by Semyon Bychkov and the ...
Sibelius: Symphonies Nos. 3 & 7 - Colin Davis
(5 of 6 found this review helpful)
February 5, 2005
What's going on with this recording? I've tested TWO discs(!) of it and with TWO SACD-systems(!) and there's always the same terrible, scratching noise from the tweeter of the right surround channel. It's only in the multichannel track of this disc. So it isn't a problem of the player. I've never ...