Alexander Schneider, Andre Tchaikovsky, Ania Dorfmann, Antonio Janigro, Arthur Fiedler, Brailowsky, Carl Weinrich, Cesare Valletti, Charles Munch, Erick Friedman, Festival Quartet, Howard Mitchell, Jaime Laredo, Jean Casadesus, Juilliard String Quartet, Kogan, Liliane Garnier, Mack Harrell, Maureen Forrester, Morton Gould, Piatigorsky, Robert Owen, Robert Peters, Robert Shaw, Shafran, Sherman Walt, Stuart Sankey, Szeryng, Vishnevskaya, Vittorio Emanuele, Vronsky & Babin, Zamkochian, Zinka Milanov
Label : RCA
Format : Flac (image + cue)
Cover : Yes
Early in the fall of 1958, the world of high-fidelity music reproduction changed forever. The promise of multi-channel reproduced sound, under development for decades in the laboratory, and previously heard only in specially equipped cinemas or by wealthy hi-fi aficionados, could now be enjoyed by anyone in their own home, thanks to the latest innovation in recorded sound, the stereophonic LP record.
Among the dozens of companies then offering these new records, one stood out from the rest: RCA Victor. With more than half a century of collaboration with the world’s greatest musical artists, from Caruso to Stokowski, Toscanini, Heifetz and Rubinstein, and drawing on its unequalled technical expertise, RCA proudly announced its own “Living Stereo” multi-channel disc, the newest and most advanced development of RCA’s venerable New Orthophonic High Fidelity.