Various Artists - Best Of Tacet 2010


Various Artists - Best Of Tacet 2010

Label:

Tacet

Genre:

Classical

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ATAC L982
EAN: 4009850098218
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180 Gram Vinyl Record



180 Gram LP

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The Best Of Tacet 2010 features works by Ludwig Van Beethoven, Joseph Haydn, Johann Strauss, Louis Spohr, Johannes Brahms, Hugo Wolf and Franz Schubert. Tacet, the audiophile label that has earned much acclaim for its excellent analogue recordings, offers with its Best of Tacet 2010 sampler a further attractive compilation from its wide-ranging catalogue.Whether it's a Beethoven piano solo, a Haydn string quartet or a Strauss ensemble, this album gathers together works from several epochs and performed by highly estimated artists of the present day. And just as convincing as the choice of program is how the Tacet team reconciles the recording technologies of the past and present. Some of the productions have achieved an undreamt-of sound quality using solely analogue studio equipment. Music lovers will certainly appreciate all this: flawless sound, captured by the very best that technology has to offer. Sheer enjoyment is guaranteed!

 

 



Side 1
1. Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony no. 2 in D major op. 36,
IV. Allegro molto
Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
From TACET 157

2. Johann Strauss
Egyptischer Marsch op. 335
Alt- Wiener Strauss-Ensemble
From TACET 8

3. Louis Spohr
Nonet in F major op. 31,
II. Scherzo. Allegro
Camerata freden
From TACET 172

4. Johannes Brahms
String Quartet in A minor op. 51/2,
IV. Finale. Alegro non assai
Auryn Quartet
From TACET 155

Side 2
1. Joseph Haydn
String Quartet op. 1 no. 0, Hob.II:6
In E flat major, III. Adagio
Auryn Quartet
From TACET 167

2. Hugo Wolf
Morike-Lieder: “Er ist’s”
Marret Winger, soprano
Steffen Hartmann, piano
From TACET 162

3. Franz Schubert
Octet in F major D 803 op. posth. 166.
III. Allegro vivace
Camerata freden
From TACET 133

4. Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonata C major op. 53 “Waldstein”,
I. Allegro con brio
Markus Schirmer, piano
From TACET 173

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