Dvorak Slavonic Dances Blu-Ray Pure Audio Disc
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24bit/96 khz High Fidelity Audiophile Sound: No Compression. No Compromise! 2.0 DTS, Dolby TruHD and PCM Audio Formats!
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Ivan Fischer conducts the Budapest Festival Orchestra performing Dvorak's Slavonic Dances.
Iván Fischer is founder and Music Director of the Budapest Festival
Orchestra. The partnership between Fischer and his Budapest Festival Orchestra
has proved to be one of the greatest success stories in the past three decades
of classical music.
Whereas the first set had featured predominantly Czech dances (with the
exception of the second which evoked the Ukranian dumka - not, strictly
speaking, a dance), the second set is more broadly Slavonic, incorporating
Slovak, Polish, Serbian and Russian elements in addition to Dvorák’s favorite
melancholy dumka strains.
In these sixteen highly varied and colorful dances, Dvorák had fulfilled his
original brief to perfection, creating stylized, even idealized dance fantasias
which intermingle folk elements with his own inspired melodies so effectively,
so disarmingly and so artistically that for the most part they have defied
attempts by musicologists to uncover the folk sources.
Dvorák justified his approach in 1894: "From the rich stores of Slavonic folk
music, in its Hungarian [i.e. Slovak], Russian, Bohemian and Polish varieties,
the composers of the day have derived, and will continue to derive, much that is
charming and novel in their music. Nor is there anything objectionable in this,
for if the poet and painter base much of their best art on national legends,
songs and traditions, why should not the musicians?"
Music, at last, has a high quality audio format, a must-have for any connoisseur of high quality audio.
Audio is taken from the original master tapes and delivered in 24bit/96 khz with
3 choices of sound format: PSM, Dolby True HD or DTS - enjoy music as it was
meant to be heard in the studio.
1. Simply insert disc in a Blu-ray device and disc should start automatically.
Use remote control to switch between tracks as you would a CD.
2. Press the Audio button on your remote control to select preferred sound
3. Alternatively, switch on your TV and select from the screen menu the tracks
and sound format.
No Compression - No Compromise:
Compare to CD Format:
CD Duration: 72 minutes
High Fidelity Pure Audio Duration: 7 hours +
CD Capacity: .65 Gigabytes
High Fidelity Pure Audio Capacity: 50 Gigabytes
CD Format: PCM Limited to 44.1 khz 2.0
High Fidelity Pure Audio Format: HD Formats 2.0; PCM Non-Compressed; DTS
HD Master Audio; Dolby True HD
CD Sampling Frequency: 44.1 kHz, Limited to 44.100 information per second
High Fidelity Pure Audio Frequency: 96 kHz to 192 kHz, 96.000 mini information
CD Bit Value: 16 bits = 65,536 possible values
High Fidelity Pure Audio Value: 24 bits = 16,777,216 possible values
CD Dynamic: 96 Decibels
High Fidelity Pure Audio Dynamic: 144 Decibels
CD Bitrate: 1.5 Megabits/sec
High Fidelity Pure Audio Bitrate: 21.5 Megabits/sec
• Blu-ray - Audio Only
• High-Fidelity Pure Audio
• Plays on Blu-Ray Compatible Players ONLY!
• Audio taken from original master tapes and delivered in 24bit/96 khz
• 2.0 DTS, Dolby TruHD and PCM Mixes
Budapest Festival Orchestra
Ivan Fischer, conductor
Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904)
1-8. Slavonic Dances, op. 46
9-16. Slavonic Dances, op 72