Format : Flac (image + cue)
Cover : Yes
Accardo, Ameling, Arrau, Bach JS, Beaux Arts Trio, Beethoven, Berg, Berlioz, Bizet, Brahms, Brendel, Bruckner, Carreras, Chopin, Chorzempa, Cimarosa, Colin Davis, Cristina Deutekom, Debussy, Dorati, Dvorak, Gendron, Gerard Souzay, Gluck, Grumiaux, Haebler, Haitink, Handel, Harasiewicz, Haskil, Haydn, Heinrich Schiff, Herman Krebbers, Holliger, I Musici, Janet Baker, Jochum, Kovacevich, Kremer, Krips, Liszt, Los Romeros, Magaloff, Markevitch, Marriner, Masur, Mozart, Mussorgsky, Quartetto Italiano, Ravel, Richard Strauss, Rowicki, Saint-Saëns, Sawallisch, Schubert, Schumann, Seiji Ozawa, Sibelius, Stravinsky, Sviatoslav Richter, Szell, Szeryng, Tchaikovsky, van Beinum, Vittorio Negri, Vivaldi, Wieniawski
Label : Philips
Format : Ape
Cover : Yes
Artists, repertoire, recording locations…These were the key factors that made Philips one of the most firmly established classical labels in the 20th century. What ensured the label’s long-lasting fame was its constant search for sound perfection through the development of its own sound equipment.
This 50-CD collection of analogue albums aims to represent the heyday of Philips’ passion for great natural sound – the Stereo Years. There was a firm belief within the label’s team that recording technique was there to serve the music – the Musicians had their own views about how any given piece should be interpreted and how it should sound; the recording team’s job was to grasp that vision and make it a reality. This recording philosophy, combined with great artistry and visionary repertoire policy, created a special chapter in the
history of classical music recordings that still inspires artists, sound engineers and collectors alike.
Agnes Giebel, Annie Fischer, Bach JS, Beethoven, Brahms, Bruckner, Carl Orff, Dennis Brain, Dvorak, Frank Peter Zimmermann, Heinrich Schiff, Hindemith, Kovacevich, Lipovsek, Margaret Price, Martzy, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Natalia Gutman, Paganini, Richard Strauss, Saint-Saëns, Sarah Chang, Sawallisch, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Wagner, Weber, Youri Egorov