Poulenc: Organ Concerto - Alain: Organ Suite

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Album Name Dauer Format Auflösung Preis
Poulenc: Organ Concerto - Alain: Organ Suite 42:10 21,00 €
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# Track Title Dauer Format Auflösung Preis
1 Concerto for Organ, Strings & Timpani in G Minor, FP 93: Organ Concerto in G Minor, FP 93 25:10 192/24 Album only
2 Suite, AWV 86: I. Introduction and Variation 08:20 192/24 Album only
3 Suite, AWV 86: II. Scherzo 04:20 192/24 Album only
4 Suite, AWV 86: III. Choral 04:20 192/24 Album only

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Francis Poulenc (January 7, 1899 - January 30, 1963) had his first major successes as an 18-year-old composer without a single composition lesson. Despite some study, he remained largely self-taught. In fact, his music is so individual, it's remained largely self-taught. In fact, his music is so individual; it's difficult to imagine what anyone could have taught him. The music is eminently tuneful – his major strength. He is regarded as a melodist fit to keep company with Franz Schubert and Wolfgang Mozart. As a French songwriter, he is the great successor to Fauré.

2xHD Mastering by: René Laflamme

2xHD Executive Producer: André Perry

THE 2XHD MASTERING PROCESS

 

For the 2xHD transfer of this recording, the original 1/4”, 15 ips CCIR master tape was played on a Nagra-T modified with high-end tube playback electronics, wired with OCC silver cable from the playback head direct to a Telefunken EF806 tube. The Nagra T has one of the best transports ever made, having four direct drive motors, two pinch rollers and a tape tension head.   

We did an analog transfer for each high-res sampling. 

 

Each format (96kHz, 192kHz, DSD2.8mHz and DSD5.6mHz) was created using Merging Horus/Hapi A/D converter, calibrated to the required format, and a dCS Vivaldi clock  

2xHD was created by producer/studio owner André Perry and audiophile sound engineer René Laflamme.