Reference Recordings (The Label)

Any Reference Recordings fans out there…?

Just ordered this CD:

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Yes, I have a number of the series featuring EIji Oue & Minnesota Orchestra and also the Tutti album. All very good recordings. Of course their catalogue is much bigger than the small sampling I have.

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Thanks! I ordered one from Amazon :grinning:

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Count me in as a RR fan. The recordings on balance are quite good from the Minnesota and Pittsburg symphonies. The Mahler 1st, San Saines organ, and Shostakovich 4th are my favorites.

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John Rutter’s Requiem and Five Anthems sung by the Turtle Creek Chorale moves my soul. The greatest recording of this work I’ve ever heard, thanks to RR,

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I have accumulated a number of their recordings over the years. Haven’t purchased any in quite some time but therir use of HDCD in the past was always a plus in my opinion.

One of my favorites both in terms of recording quality and musically:

And another:

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Thanks for the posts, guys.

Now I have more to explore.

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My favorite RR release.

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I owned quite a few from RR, but I need to revisit them since they have not been listen to in my current system yet :face_with_thermometer:

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I have several, older KQ releases on CD - a mixed bag, in terms of how much I enjoy them (artistry and musicality aside).

I’ll definitely check this one out.

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Beside the Kronos Quartet trekkers, I also have the recordings of Nojima from List and Ravel. The late two are really good and makes me think I really need to have to give them a listen again.
Thanks for bringing up the subject!

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Arrived today…ripped via dB poweramp Music Converter. First spin is on the very High-Fidelity speakers built into my iMac. :wink::


FYI:

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