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David Oistrakh - Bruch & Hindemith Violin Concertos Redux II HDTT15566

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David Oistrakh -  Bruch &  Hindemith Violin Concertos Redux II

Listen just to the last few bars of the Introduction to Bruch's Fantasia -- the physical sense of Oistrakh's ineffably beautiful tone is palpable. The performances themselves are superlative -- Jascha Horenstein leads the London Symphony in a detailed accompaniment for Oistrakh's expressive performance of Bruch's Fantasia, and Paul Hindemith himself leads the LSO in an aggressive accompaniment for Oistrakh's muscular performance of his own concerto -- but anyone with the slightest interest in the art of recording and remastering owes it to himself to hear this new Redux Series 2nd remastering.

Artist(s): Violin – David Oistrakh
Composed By, Conductor – Paul Hindemith
Conductor – Jascha Horenstein for the Bruch
Harp – Osian Ellis
Orchestra – London Symphony Orchestra

Recording Info: Recorded by Decca: 24th September 1962 in Walthamstow Assembly Hall (tracks 1 to 4)
13, 14th September 1962 in West Hampstead Studio 3 (tracks 4 to 6)
Engineers – Alan Reeve (tracks: 1 to 3), Arthur Lilley (tracks: 4 to 6)
Producer – Erik Smith
Sourced from a 15ips 2-track tape
Analog: Transferred using a modified Studer 810 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 analog components
Shunyata Research Triton and Typhon for digital componets
All components grounded to Shunyata ALTAIRA Hubs

Bruch Scottish Fantasia, Op. 46
1 Introduction (Grave), Adagio Cantabile 8:37
2 Allegro 13:01
3 Finale (Allegro Guerriero) 9:24
Hindemith Violin Concerto
4 Mässig Bewegte Halbe 9:24
5 Langsam 9:43
6 Lebhaft 10:20

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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