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Label:
  Proprius - http://www.proprius.com/
Serial:
  PRSACD2041
Title:
  Georg Gulyás plays Bach
Description:
  Bach: Chaconne BWV I004, Suite in E minor BWV 996, Suite in A minor (B minor) BWV 997

Georg Gulyás (guitar)
Track listing:
 
Genre:
  Classical - Instrumental
Content:
  Stereo/Multichannel
Media:
  Hybrid
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Site review by Geohominid January 20, 2008
Performance:   Sonics:
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Review by analogue February 24, 2009 (3 of 4 found this review helpful)
Performance:   Sonics:  
With this release and I may be mistaken but my ears might not be.......Proprius has recorded this suite of songs digitally. I suspect that dsd was not used but high rez pcm instead. One can tell by a very, very small sheen of harshness and abruptness in the notes. Mr. Gulyas is very talented and his performance is inspiring and well played.

I would buy any sacd he released.

When many notes are played continuously it hurts the ears a little at higher volumes and some compression may have been used. Or it's just that the digital sound is to harsh.

Otherwise the sound is a little on the cool end but very robust and thick. By that I mean in a good way. This is Bach after all and he was no panty waist.

When I compare this Proprius sacd with their other Gulyas spanish guitar sacd...... .the latter is far superior and one of the best sacd's I own. While it's true that the spanish one was recorded in a studio while this one was in a church .....it all comes down to the recording and what system they used to do so. Analogue to dsd, dsd of a live event or pcm.

Still....this is a very good recording all in all. Perhaps a better, more expensive player will mellow out the harshness a little. I don;t want to turn off any lovers of Boroque guitar playing. Especially this good.

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Works: 3  

Johann Sebastian Bach - Lute Suite in C minor, BWV 997
Johann Sebastian Bach - Lute Suite in E minor, BWV 996
Johann Sebastian Bach - Violin Partita in D minor, BWV 1004