Reference Recording Orchestral Anthology Limited Edition Ultra HD CD
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Reference Recording's Orchestral Anthology plays host to music by composers
including Aaron Copland, Leonard Bernstein, Rimsky-Korsakov, Mussorgsky,
Rachmaninoff, Randall Thompson, Respighi, and Berlioz. The music is taken from
Reference Recordings CDs and are performed by the likes of Eiji Oue and the
Minnesota Orchestra, the Dallas Wind Symphony and conductor Frederick Fennell,
The Utah Symphony Orchestra lead by Varujan Kojian, the London Philharmonic
Orchestra conducted by Jose Serebrier, as well as the Turtle Creek Chorale.
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quality as the original recording.
To assure us of the best results, FIM has enlisted the help of one of the most
experienced mastering engineers in the industry to craft the glass disc for the
final replication process. Winston Ma continually maintains close rapport with
him, as well as the original recording engineers, the mastering engineers and
the manufacturer to achieve consensus regarding musicality and the sound
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Ultra High Definition 32-Bit Mastering!
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the original recording is on 24/96, the 32/96 may eventually be used to maintain
the integrity of the sonority particular to that recording. With this
flexibility, First Impression Music believes that preeminent sound is only
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This recording has been mastered by the new Ultra High Definition 32-Bit
Mastering process, which creates an unbelievable sound surpassing other formats!
The benefits of Ultra HD 32-Bit Mastering:
Ambience of Analogue Sound
The Lowest Noise Floor, allowing even the quietest musical information to be
heard more clearly!
Richer Sound Field
Master-Tape Quality Sound!!!
Delivers what musicians originally intended!
Special Silver Logo First Pressing!
Limited Run of Only 2,000 First Edition Pressings Available!
Ultra HD Mastering
Produced using PureFlection (Pure Reflection) Process
Playable on ALL CD Players!
Ensemble Minnesota Orchestra (1,2,4,5,7,8)
Eiji Oue, conductor (1,2,4,5,7,8)
London Philharmonic Orchestra (3)
Jose Serebrier, conductor (3)
Turtle Creek Chorale (6)
Dr. Timothy Seelig, artistic director (6)
Dallas Wind Symphony (6,9)
Frederick Fennell, conductor (9)
The Utah Symphony Orchestra (10)
Varujan Kojian, conductor
1. Fanfare For the Common Man
2. Overture to Candide
3. The Sea and Sinbad's Ship, from Scheherazade
4. Night on Bald Mountain
6. We Fight Not for Glory, from The Testament of Freedom
7. March, from Etudes Tableaux
8. War Dance, from Belkis, Queen of Sheba
10. March to the Scaffold, from Symphonie Fantastique
Total playing time, 56:10