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Discussion: Strauss: Violin Concerto & Sonata - Irnberger, Korstick, Sieghart

Posts: 5

Post by canonical September 15, 2013 (1 of 5)
Anyone know how this label records in stereo? As in DSD, or what sampling rate of PCM?

Post by Chris September 15, 2013 (2 of 5)
canonical said:

Anyone know how this label records in stereo? As in DSD, or what sampling rate of PCM?

I did a search at their quite interesting Austrian site which has both SACDs rbcds downloads and some good articles to read and,BEHOLD:

"Vinyl für anspruchsvolle Musikliebhaber."
Robert, if you are reading this,sorry I just couldn't resist it!

But I could not find any information regarding recording format at all.
In such cases it is best to assume 24/44.1 or possibly higher sampling rate but probably not DSD.
I don't think I have ever heard Strauss' Violin Concerto,is it a good work?

ps I hope tailspn will translate again for those who need the German sentence in English?

Post by Geohominid September 15, 2013 (3 of 5)
The Strauss Violin Concerto is a teenage work, and is certainly very listenable and worth hearing for those interested in Strauss's development. I hope to review it when it is released at the end of Sept.

Post by hiredfox September 17, 2013 (4 of 5)
We have a couple of recordings from this label and they are certainly much higher order than 44/24. They have some but not all characteristics of DSD recordings and they are stereo

Post by hiredfox November 11, 2013 (5 of 5)
The cover is clearly marked as "Recorded in DSD" so this should clear up the speculation. The Concerto is very well played and quite appealing; it comes as surprise that this is its debut on SACD. Every Straussian fan should have one!