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Gramophone, May 2001 album download

Gramophone, May 2001
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Alfred Brendel – Unpublished Live and Radio Performances 1968–2001 is a 2-CD compilation album of solo piano music selected by the performer Alfred Brendel. The album was released in 2007 and features music by the composers Ludwig van Beethoven, Frédéric Chopin, Felix Mendelssohn, and Ferruccio Busoni.

2001 Gramophone Awards. Record of the Year and Orchestral. Vaughan Williams, A London Symphonyand Butterworth, The Banks of Green Willow, London Symphony Orchestra, Hickox (EMI). Baroque Instrumental. Bach, Partitas, BWV825-30, Trevor Pinnock (Hannsler Classic). Bach, St. Matthew Passion, Christoph Prégardien tenor Evangelist; Matthias Goerne baritone Christus; Christine Schäfer, Dorothea Röschmann sopranos; Bernarda Fink, Elisabeth von Magnus contraltos; Michael Schade, Markus Schäfer tenors; Dietrich Henschel, Oliver Widmer basses; Vienna Boys’ Choir; Arnold (Teldec).

Every year at the Gramophone Awards our panel of critics vote for one of the category-winning recordings to be named the Recording of the Year. This is the ultimate accolade for any recording and Gramophone's strongest possible recommendation. Mahler Symphony No 10.

2001 - Page 19 "On the new Decca album Wayfaring Stranger, young German countertenor Andreas Scholl steps away from the early-music repertoire to perform traditional folksongs with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. The move may be unexpected, but it is not without precedent. In lending his subtle, polished voice to these songs, Scholl also pays tribute to pioneering English countertenor Alfred Deller (1912-1979), who almost single-handedly revived the vocal style. Gramophone Classical Good CD Guide 249875 - Page 1267 Gramophone - 2001 - "I will give my love an apple. At the resonant centre of Scholl's voice is a passage of lower middle notes where the vibrancy is strong and rich in a way very comparable to Deller's.

Reply – 2004-02-12 13:47:57. Okay, now I just HAVE to have some Rice Krispies. The challenge isn't the noise etc, or even the EQ (for a real gramophone) - it's getting the inherent distortion with a worn record accurately simulated. With worn early LPs, loud treble always leads to a harsh ripping or tearing kind of distortion. With 78s, the grooves containing any loud sound (especially bass sound) would be slowly ground away by the steel playing needle, creating a distinctive sounding mess around the loudest parts of a record. Joined: May 06, 2002.

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