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Bach Organ Favorites - E. Power Biggs HDTT15757

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Bach Organ Favorites - E. Power Biggs

Biggs recordings played a significant role in popularizing Bach’s organ music in the United States and beyond. Through his work, Biggs brought a new appreciation for the complexity and beauty of these compositions to a wider audience.
Biggs's legacy lives on through his recordings, which continue to be a benchmark for organists. His commitment to authenticity and his passion for the music of Bach have left an indelible mark on the world of classical music.
The engineers did an excellent job of capturing the clear and distinct sound of the organ at Harvard.

Artist(s): Performer - E. Power Biggs
Recording Info: Music Director - John McClure
Recorded on the Flentrop organ in the Busch-Reisinger Museum of Harvard University
Released 1961
Sourced from a 2-track tape 
Analog: Transferred using a modified Nagra 4SJ tape deck feeding a Merrill Tape Preamp
Digital: Merging Hapi Analog to Digital Converter clocked by an Antelope Audio 10MX Atomic Clock
Power Conditioning: Shunyata Research Everest 8000 for all components
All components grounded to Shunyata ALTAIRA Hubs

1 Toccata And Fugue In D Minor 8:25
2 Passacaglia And Fugue In C Minor 13:30
3 Toccata, Adagio And Fugue In C Major 14:10
4 Fugue In G Minor (The "Little" G Minor) 4:05
5 Fugue In G Major (The "Jig" Fugue) 3:15


Please Note: This release was edited in DXD PCM from a DSD256 Master
then the DXD edited master was used to generate the final DSD files using
Merging Technologies Album Publishing.
DXD (352.8KHz 24/32 bit PCM) is one of the best and least destructive formats for post-processing DSD originated digital recordings

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