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Discussion: Bruckner: Symphony No. 8 - Ballot

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Post by Chris November 9, 2014 (11 of 31)
JohnProffitt said:

Well, I was "they" that placed the microphones, and I had three complete orchestral rehearsals to experiment with. So, I think the result is both honest to St Florian and complimentary to this fantastic orchestra -- average age of the musicians is 17!!

Sounds great,
I would really like to hear your recording in its native hi res form.
Where can it be bought as a hi res download?

Post by JohnProffitt November 9, 2014 (12 of 31)
Gramola has scheduled release in Europe for December. USA release will be January. At this time I know of no high-res download possibilities, but this is being discussed with Gramola.

Post by Polarius T November 9, 2014 (13 of 31)
It's already available through the label's own website, for those who're interested (as an SACD release).

Post by Chris November 9, 2014 (14 of 31)
JohnProffitt said:

Gramola has scheduled release in Europe for December. USA release will be January. At this time I know of no high-res download possibilities, but this is being discussed with Gramola.

Imho,the sooner the better!

I hope I am wrong but to me it seems as if the labels slowest to adapt to a new reality are mainly the Austro/German ones.
A youth orchestra and no download?
What are they thinking?
This album has got a well above average chance to actually attract young people as buyers.
Young people don't buy CDs.
Nor do I and I am 65.

Post by notus April 16, 2015 (15 of 31)
Googled everywhere and can't find a DSD download. Why should I buy CD version if there is a DSD one?
I really think Gramola should consider to work with a website, hdtrack, nativedsd,.... to make things work.

After all, there are many Bruckner 8 available in DSD version, like Channelge Classics' Zweden with NRPO. I have to tell myself three times a day to not buy this one and wait for Gramola's...

Post by JohnProffitt April 17, 2015 (16 of 31)
notus said:

Googled everywhere and can't find a DSD download. Why should I buy CD version if there is a DSD one?
I really think Gramola should consider to work with a website, hdtrack, nativedsd,.... to make things work.

After all, there are many Bruckner 8 available in DSD version, like Channelge Classics' Zweden with NRPO. I have to tell myself three times a day to not buy this one and wait for Gramola's...

There is no CD of this recording. It is an SACD hybrid disc, with the SACD layer containing the 5-channel high resolution tracks.

Post by notus April 20, 2015 (17 of 31)
hi Proffitt , thanks for the correct.

I have checked their website and only found 16/44.1 version. Really want to hear it in DSD because that is what the recording engineer want to show.

I dont have SACD player, but there is a W4S DAC-1 LE in my bedroom. Proffitt, is there any possible to persuade them to work with a website, e.g., NativeDSD? I just bought ChallengeRecords' Bruckner 8, super sound! Really want to hear this one in DSD too.

And the 9th this year?

Post by JohnProffitt April 21, 2015 (18 of 31)
notus said:

hi Proffitt , thanks for the correct.

I have checked their website and only found 16/44.1 version. Really want to hear it in DSD because that is what the recording engineer want to show.

I dont have SACD player, but there is a W4S DAC-1 LE in my bedroom. Proffitt, is there any possible to persuade them to work with a website, e.g., NativeDSD? I just bought ChallengeRecords' Bruckner 8, super sound! Really want to hear this one in DSD too.

And the 9th this year?

I believe that something will be worked out to provide a high-res, multichannel download for the B8 recording, eventually. Gramola has distribution agreements with Naxos, which complicates the planning.

Yes, B9 will be recorded in St Florian August 21st -- I'll be there!

Post by Lawrence Schulman April 24, 2015 (19 of 31)
JohnProffitt said:

I believe that something will be worked out to provide a high-res, multichannel download for the B8 recording, eventually. Gramola has distribution agreements with Naxos, which complicates the planning.

Yes, B9 will be recorded in St Florian August 21st -- I'll be there!

Will they be including the fourth movement for this recording?

Lawrence Schulman

Post by diw April 24, 2015 (20 of 31)
Lawrence Schulman said:

Will they be including the fourth movement for this recording?

Good question

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