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Recent Releases
Tchaikovsky Piano Con 1
Gilels, piano / Reiner /CSO
1812 Overture

 
Shostakovich Sym 1 and 9
Weller / OSR

 
Barbirolli conducts
Frederick Delius

 
Shostakovich Symphony No.13
"Babi Yar"/Ormandy /Phila
  
Violin Rarities
DTR Recording
Prokofiev Sym No. 5
Karajan / BPO

 
Munch conducts
Ravel, Ibert, Debussy
Music of Erik Satie
Abravanel / Utah Sym Orch
Mahler Symphony No. 1
Solti / London Sym orch
Bruckner Symphony No. 9
Walter / Columbia Sym Orch
Dvorak Cello Concerto
Fournier cello / Szell Berlin Phil
Espana
Argenta Conducts
Orff/Carmina Burana
Jochum
Bruno Walter conducts
Mahler's Symphony No. 9
Dark Matter/Sam Morrison Ella Fitzgerald/Nelson Riddle
and his orchestra

 

Latest News


"HDTT's new Double DSD transfers from the very fine source tapes at High Definition Tape Transfers are a real revelation! The sense of immediacy and the emotional connection to the music are extremely direct, and moved me to my soul. This is how splendid these tapes are, delivered in masterly glory and sensitivity by HDTT; this is how our listening experiences should be; this is what fine audio can deliver: life-blessing and transforming moments with great performances and wonderful composers. What could be better?!
The HDTT Double DSD albums are truly magnificent! They have my highest recommendation."
David Robinson Editor Positive Feedback Online


I listened to all of this music through the Auralic Vega DAC which can handle DSD128 playback and to sum up, it all sounds glorious. There's a natural ease to dynamic swings and an overall relaxed quality that makes listening pure pleasure. The presentations, especially the Shostakovich, put your front row center (or closer) which we can attribute to the original recording and in all of these recordings instruments retain a very nice sense of their natural voice and there's a solidity to musical images as well as a grand sense of scale that draws you into the performance. Bravo!
Michael Lavorgna Editor, AudioStream.com
 
Gryphon Audio

 

 

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