TCHAIKOVSKY/BERIOT/YSAYE/ELGAR/MASSENET/MOSZOWSKI - Tube Only Violin (Gaede/liu)
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Date of release: Feb 26 2003
A veritable audiophile delicacy - lovingly preserved historic microphones, a mixing desk consisting of nostalgic V72 amplifiers and W85 regulators, the analogue M5 Telefunken tape recorder - each item a legend in itself! May we proudly present this illustrious combination of equipment, here to preserve beautiful music "TUBE ONLY", in other words without transistors. The CD leaflet is illustrated with impressive color photos. Available on CD, SACD and even on (180g, recorded without the use of transistors). And what about the music? (This is the question music lovers ask nervously whenever the word "audiophile" crops up.) Answer: nothing but the best! As is always the case with this violinist, whether he is acting as leader of the Gaede Trio or solo (e.g. on TACET 52 "Hommage Kreisler"). with skill and discernment, Daniel Gaede serves US a unique encore menu of virtuoso prize exhibits and enjoyable dream-pieces. He is accompanied by Xuesu Liu on piano and the Polish Chamber Orchestra conducted by Wojciech Rajski.
Vinyl release of Tchaikovsky/beriot/ysaye/elgar/massenet/moszowski - Tube Only Violin (Gaede/liu). Released through TACET and available on LP.
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Cat No: TACET1171
Packaging: LP Regular
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