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The sound of Oistrakh's violin is perfectly reproduced. This is the benefit of DSD.
Excellent sound and performance
Terrific performance and wonderful sound.
I used to have a copy of EMI's first pressing LP of this performance and Testament's re-issue LP. As for CDs, I have the first EMI CD version, a Japanese HQ ( High Quality ) CD and a Japanese Hybrid SACD so I can say I know how the original LP and the CDs sound. When I played the HDTT CD, I said to myself, "Now I got my EMI LP back." This is a truly analog sounding remastering which vividly brings back the Oistrakh tone to life. You couldn't hope for a better remastering. Many thanks, HDTT.
A wonderful recording and performance. This is one of my favorite violin concertos. This recording is well worth it.
Title: Beethoven Violin Concerto in D Major (Cadenza – Kreisler)
Artist(s): David Oistrakh, violin - André Cluytens conducts the French National Radio Orchestra
Recording Info: Recorded by EMI records 1959
Transferred from a 15ips 2-track tape
I. Allegro ma non tropo 25:31
II. Larghetto 9:46
III. Rondo. Allegro 10:29
Total Time: 45:46
Digital re-mastering in DSD256 :
MergingTechnology Editing software with the
Hapi Analog to Digital converter