Classical Recordings

Started by nakulanb, September 23, 2022, 01:15:56 PM

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nakulanb

I prefer a flatter sound across the works dynamically with quite a bit of reverb giving a new age feel to these fantastic works.

Classical & Baroque styles lend themselves better for such recordings.

You?

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Not to be rude, but I think you'll feel better on TalkClassical forum where this kind of threads is very popular.
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Daverz

Quote from: nakulanb on September 23, 2022, 01:15:56 PM
I prefer a flatter sound across the works dynamically with quite a bit of reverb giving a new age feel to these fantastic works.

Classical & Baroque styles lend themselves better for such recordings.

You?

Is there a context I'm missing? I can't think of many classical works that benefit from squashed dynamics and a swimmy acoustic.

nakulanb

One I found was the London Symphony Orchestra playing Mozart wind concertos.  It's just what I look for.

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Quote from: Daverz on September 23, 2022, 02:27:07 PM
Is there a context I'm missing? I can't think of many classical works that benefit from squashed dynamics and a swimmy acoustic.

The context is personal taste, it would seem.

nakulanb


Daverz

Quote from: nakulanb on September 23, 2022, 02:31:51 PM
One I found was the London Symphony Orchestra playing Mozart wind concertos.  It's just what I look for.

This one?



More info at: https://www.discogs.com/release/3265633-Mozart-Wind-Concertos


nakulanb

I think I'm just standing up for those who prefer emotionally sterile art.