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L'estro Armonico Vol. 2 (DVD Audio) Import, NTSC, DVD Audio
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By M. Stanzani - Published on Amazon.com
This is (another) gem of Mr.Costa, the top class audio audio engineer of Mr.Lincetto's team at velet Luna. The recording is a multichannel 24b@94KHz PCM recording which deliver a truly natural and crips sound, not lacking of dynamic headaroom when needed: a true must for audiophiles, which shows up PCM is not inferior to DSD as hi-rez coding option. This oustanding audio quality serve a great performance of Vivaldi: the orchestra is small, respectful of the original setup, still the sound is brilliant and gourgeous: no match with the dated performance from 'I Musici' (Philips, both version.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Book Lover - Published on Amazon.com
For many years, I've enjoyed the Pinnock version of Vivaldi's L'Estro Armonico, but I wanted something that was a different interpretation but still on period instruments. This one definitely fits the bill. Dantone is not afraid to be creative but is still quite musical. This is awesome, beautiful music. There is also a 4-CD set which includes the Four Seasons and L'Estro Armonico. If you can afford it, it's worth getting.
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By Joe Appierto - Published on Amazon.com
[Please note that this is the same review as the one I've written for Volume 1 of this set (Concerto Nos. 1 -6) because I find my comments to hold true for both DVD-A discs.] Although my playback system is stereo only and I therefore cannot take advantage of the surround portion of this recording, it nevertheless manages to capture the hall acoustic very well. The conductor (Ottavio Dantone) neither rushes through the works nor lets them languish. I found the 24-bit/96 kHz recording to be clear although perhaps a bit edgy at times. All-in-all, a fine recording and a positive contribution to one's DVD-A collection.