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Die Rohre – The Tube

$50.90

Q: Just what’s going on here? No conductor? No transistors (=semi-conductor)?
A: New recordings and new old techniques.

About 50 years ago the transistor was invented – and it changed our world! No computer, no piece of household equipment can be imagined without it. But what about audio technique? We were curious. Did something get lost? And if so, what? And then – a CD or LP without transistors? Is that feasible?

 

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“Looking backwards for Progress –
… one of the most realistic classical recordings ever. And how come? – … The question as to whether the intoxicating, natural and powerful sound is due in the main to a transistor-free, analogue recording or to an equally careful and puristic interpretation remains redundant when listening. The Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra performs these Italian works from the pre-Classical era with glorious sturdiness; one can just picture Biber’s beer-swilling and grotesque “Battaglia” while Handel’s Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No. 2 is beautifully pastoral. A Baroque delight.”
FonoForum, 2/2000, Uwe Schlink

 

ARCANGELO CORELLI
Concerto grosso op.6 No.7 D major
Vivace – Allegro – Adagio
Allegro
Andante largo
Allegro
Vivace

Solo: Benjamin Hudson, Violin
Wolfgang Kussmaul, Violin
Gyorgy Bognar, Violoncello
HEINRICH IGNAZ FRANZ BIBER
Battalia a 10

Solo: Benjamin Hudson, Violin
Konrad Neander, Doublebass

ANTONIO VIVALDI
Concerto all Rustica G major RV 151
Presto
Adagio
Allegro

LUIGI BOCCHERINI
La Musica Notturna delle strade di Madrid

Solo: Benjamin Hudson, Violin
Henning Trubsbach, Violin
Gyorgy Bognar, Violoncello

GIOVANNI BATTISTA SAMMARTINI
Sinfonia F major JC35
Allegro
Andante
Allegro

Solo: Benjamin Hudson, Violin

 

Additional information

Weight 0.480 kg
Dimensions 32.0 × 32.0 × 2.0 cm