What Classical are you spinning?

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More along the lines of Classical Pops, with Earl Wild at the piano. A fun one, and not too shabby on SACD.

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Excellent performance, I will look for other releases by this quartet.

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I particularly enjoy the Fauré.

I have long enjoyed the Fauré does not include a Dies irae, although I enjoy a good bit of wrath as much as anyone in the right context.

I like the Fauré as well, but I bought the recording several years ago after hearing our Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Choir perform the Duruflé in concert. I really enjoyed it.

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Debussy • Schoenberg: Pelléas et Mélisande - I’m not familiar with Debussy’s opera. This recording showcases an orchestral suite of the opera juxtaposed with Schoenberg’s tone poem. Excellent sound.

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Remarkable performance. I will check their Mozart Piano Trios.

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for a “live” recording, its not to bad. yes, there maybe better recordings out there, but for the sheer bass of the organ in the quiet sections, as well as the famous last movement

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Another remarkable performance!

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I love it!

This DG SACD of Latry has some pretty great sound as well:

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it is, BUT I have it from a producer of audio dsd SACD’s it was not recorded in SACD, just pseudo, like a lot are, the Latry “Midnight” disc

Yes, the liner notes say it was recorded in 96/24 PCM. No DSD.