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  1. From a brand-new 96/24 recording on BIS of the Mozart Piano Concertos Nos. 17 & 26, played by Ronald Brautigam (on the fortepiano) with Michael Alexander Willens conducting the Kölner Akademie. It's the third release in their series of Mozart piano concertos, and the first in 96/24 (the previous ones were 44.1/24). Downloaded from eClassical (and available for limited time at 30% off). The graphs look great, and if they're anything like the previous ones in the series, the sound quality and performances should be great as well. (I downloaded this just a few minutes ago and won't be able to give it a serious listen until tonight at the earliest.) Russell
  2. From a new 24/96 solo violin album called "par.ti.ta" by the great Vadim Gluzman on BIS, downloaded from eClassical. These graphs are of the first movement of Bach's Violin Partita #2. (The album also consists of the 3rd Partita as well as works by Auerbach and Ysaye.) Very nice all around, and sweet upper extension of the solo violin on the frequency graphs.... Russell
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