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Doug MacLeod – Break The Chain – Reference Recordings HDCD

Winner of the 2018 Blues Music Awards Acoustic Album of the Year
Nominated for the 2018 Blues Blast Music Awards Acoustic Blues Album of the Year
Hi-Fi News Top Audiophile Vinyl Album of 2019!
In this release, his third album for Reference Recordings, Doug MacLeod continues to explore the breadth and depth of the human condition. Recorded by Reference’s Grammy-winning engineer ‘Prof.’ Keith O. Johnson at Skywalker Sound in Marin County, California, Break The Chain brings twelve new MacLeod originals. Each song is extremely personal and at the same time, universal; covering subjects topical, humorous, and soulful; from the satirical to the sublime.

Eiji Oue – Exotic Dances From The Opera – Reference Recordings HDCD

Minnesota Orchestra Eiji Oue
Favorites and rarities, including Saint-Saëns: Bacchanale, Strauss: Dance of the Seven Veils, and Rabaud: Dances from Marouf.

Fiona Boyes Professin’ The Blues – Reference Recordings 180g Vinyl

“If you don’t think an Aussie can sing the blues, give it a listen. The live recording by Keith O. Johnson, is stunning.” —Michael Fremer, Stereophile

Hermitage Piano Trio: Rachmaninoff – Reference Recordings HDCD

Electrifying Piano Trio Performances in the great Russian musical tradition!
2020 GRAMMY® Nominee for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance, Best Engineered Album, Classical, and Producer of the Year, Classical

Holst: Hammersmith – Reference Recordings HDCD

Dallas Wind Symphony Howard Dunn
Original music for band by one of the greatest of English composers.

Lincolnshire Posy – Reference Recordings HDCD

Dallas Wind Symphony Jerry Junkin
Showcases the wind band music of Percy Grainger, including favorites Lincolnshire Posy and Irish Tune from County Derry (“Danny Boy”). Australia considers Grainger its greatest composer; the U.S., where he lived most of his life, praises him as a music educator, composer and arranger of band music; and England considers him supremely important in the preservation and arrangement of British folk songs.

MOZART: Piano Concertos Nos. 21 and 24 – 200g Reference Mastercuts

MOZART: Piano Concertos Nos. 21 and 24 EUGENE ISTOMIN, piano A legendary pianist! Inspired performances by one of America’s greatest musicians, with Gerard Schwarz conducting the Seattle Symphony Orchestra
  • Reference Recordings - Reference Mastercuts
  • Mastered by Paul Stubblebine
  • 200g Vinyl
  • Half-speed Masterred
  • 45RPM
  • Quality Record Pressings in deluxe gatefold jacket

Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky – Lieutenant Kijé Suite – Reference Recordings HDCD

Utah Symphony Thierry Fischer, music director
ALISA KOLOSOVA, MEZZO-SOPRANO Utah Symphony Chorus University of Utah A Cappella Choir University of Utah Chamber Choir Barlow Bradford, Director

Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5; Barber: Adagio for Strings – Reference Recordings HDCD

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Manfred Honeck, Music Director
Shostakovich Symphony No. 5 and Barber Adagio for Strings
Majestic, solemn music from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
2018 GRAMMY® Winner – Best Orchestral Performance and Best Engineered Album, Classical
Reference Recordings proudly presents these two beloved works in definitive interpretations from Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, in superb audiophile sound.

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 & Leshnoff – Reference Recordings HDCD

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 & Leshnoff: Double Concerto for Clarinet and Bassoon Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Manfred Honeck, Music Director
Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Score Again!
Reference Recordings® proudly presents Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 in an exquisite interpretation from Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. It is coupled with a World Premiere recording of leading American composer Jonathan Leshnoff’s Double Concerto for Clarinet and Bassoon, featuring the extraordinary talents of the Pittsburgh Symphony’s own Principal Clarinet Michael Rusinek and Principal Bassoon Nancy Goeres. This hybrid SACD release was recorded in beautiful and historic Heinz Hall, home of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, in superb audiophile sound.