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A Baroque Delight for the Ears.
Biber did not have this work printed, unlike most of his compostions. The whole thing was able to pass as a musical amusement but to the ears and eyes of outside listeners it would seem like amateur nonsense.
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!
A thick stickers are the rules: "play backwards!" Mixer and CEO Andreas Spreer followed with selected Tacet LPs a bold unconventional way: Instead of letting the needle from the outside run inside, he starts the tone arm near the label in the opposite movement. Why? Because the outer LP-region has the potential for greater dynamics. Ravel's "Bolero" was published by Tacet as a prime example. Here is an indulgence in Ravel's impressionistic tone paintings - created as the finest mixing sound in the score. If there is poetic art mixer, here it becomes an event.
Greatest Classical Composers in Exciting Sound Quality played by the Best Artists.
Inspired by Roger Norrington, a group of musicians from the Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart of the SWR came together to form the Stuttgart Winds. Here they perform Mozart's Serenade in B flat Major "Gran Partita".