Rachmaninoff Symphonic Dances & Vocalise 180g 45rpm 2LP
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Mastered by Kevin Gray from the original Vox Turnabout label master tapes and pressed at Pallas in Germany!
Donald Johanos conducts the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Little needs to be said
about this audiophile classic known for its demonstration qualities with very
low, deep bass and overall smooth and warm sound.
"The tape recording was made at a speed of 30 inches-per-second, using a
transport modified to produce exceptionally good motion: a specially developed
constant-velocity recording curve was employed for improved signal-to-noise
ratio. The lacquer masters were made directly from the original tape, thus
avoiding further transfer degradation. The result is a recording of exceptional
clarity, naturalness and freedom from vices prevalent generally in the art."
- from the original liner notes
"If ever there was a piece of symphonic music perfectly suited for non-classical music lovers to find a way into the genre, this would be it. The music, based on folk themes, is tuneful, accessible and rhythmically sweeping. The orchestration provides a rich, colorful palette of strings, horns, woodwinds, percussion and unusually, even a saxophone. The recording, produced in McFarlin Auditorium at Southern Methodist University is relatively dry and intimately voiced. Dynamics are explosive and orchestral timbres remarkably accurate. The stereo spread is realistically compact given the close to the stage perspective. " - Michael Fremer, www.musicangle.com, Music 10, Sound 10
• 180g 45rpm Virgin Vinyl
• Mastered from the Original Vox Turnabout label master tapes!
• Mastered at AcousTech by Kevin Gray
• Pressed at Pallas Records in Germany
• Double LP
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Donald Johanos, conductor
Sergey Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)
Symphonic Dances for Orchestra, Op. 45
1. Non allegro
2. Andante con moto: Temp di valse
3. Lento assai; Allegro vivace
"Vocalise" for Orchestra, Op. 34, No. 14