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    Quote Originally Posted by Granate View Post
    But that one, plus others, has become OOP, probably because the limited edition sold really well. I think the time when we could buy individual CD sets with like 20 years old for a decent price will be cone with the Originals series. New sets have much smaller production rates to adjust to the new market, so they are sold quickly within five or seven years.
    I do wish they made some other choices.
    Since we already have/had the Kertesz Dvořák why not give us the Jochum Bruckner instead?
    Or Mravinsky's Tchaikovsky (mono and stereo)?
    Or Kubelik's Mahler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post
    Since we already have/had the Kertesz Dvořák why not give us the Jochum Bruckner instead?
    Warner may release the new Japanese remasters of the Dresden cycle soon. I've been betting for a year that they would try to boycott the Thielemann cycle with the same orchestra. DG has also been releasing new Japanese SACD remasters of the Karajan cycle and they could even have time to remaster the spare recordings in Vienna. Thielemann is scheduled to perform Symphony No.2 in February 2019. From that moment, there is a countdown for all the labels to compete in sales with a clever release.

    I don't expect DG to remaster or re-release their Jochum cycle. I own it and the package is really good. I don't think the recordings need a remaster either.

    Or Kubelik's Mahler?
    They remastered the cycle in 2015 and released it as a digital download. It's time for an update!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granate View Post
    Warner may release the new Japanese remasters of the Dresden cycle soon. I've been betting for a year that they would try to boycott the Thielemann cycle with the same orchestra. DG has also been releasing new Japanese SACD remasters of the Karajan cycle and they could even have time to remaster the spare recordings in Vienna. Thielemann is scheduled to perform Symphony No.2 in February 2019. From that moment, there is a countdown for all the labels to compete in sales with a clever release.

    I don't expect DG to remaster or re-release their Jochum cycle. I own it and the package is really good. I don't think the recordings need a remaster either.



    They remastered the cycle in 2015 and released it as a digital download. It's time for an update!
    I bought the Mahler set as a hi-rez download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jegreenwood View Post
    I bought the Mahler set as a hi-rez download.
    Yeah, I mean they haven't released the CD version. If they just could replicate the Original LP box set with the blu-ray band it would be beautiful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Granate View Post
    Warner may release the new Japanese remasters of the Dresden cycle soon. I've been betting for a year that they would try to boycott the Thielemann cycle with the same orchestra. DG has also been releasing new Japanese SACD remasters of the Karajan cycle and they could even have time to remaster the spare recordings in Vienna. Thielemann is scheduled to perform Symphony No.2 in February 2019. From that moment, there is a countdown for all the labels to compete in sales with a clever release.

    I don't expect DG to remaster or re-release their Jochum cycle. I own it and the package is really good. I don't think the recordings need a remaster either.



    They remastered the cycle in 2015 and released it as a digital download. It's time for an update!
    What Japanese Hi Res of Jochum SD Bruckner?
    If you mean the sold out SACD set, that was from Tower, and you'll likely not see those here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post
    What Japanese Hi Res of Jochum SD Bruckner?
    If you mean the sold out SACD set, that was from Tower, and you'll likely not see those here.
    Who says Warner doesn't use them to their Western CD reissues? They did with Furtwängler's Beethoven recordings (Japan SACDs from 2011). They wouldn't release the HiRes version in a Blu-ray with cds, but could be a digital download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granate View Post
    Who says Warner doesn't use them to their Western CD reissues? They did with Furtwängler's Beethoven recordings (Japan SACDs from 2011). They wouldn't release the HiRes version in a Blu-ray with cds, but could be a digital download.
    Those Furtwängler issues were Warner or EMI Japan, not Tower Records special issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post
    Those Furtwängler issues were Warner or EMI Japan, not Tower Records special issues.
    Ok, but I don't see your point. I didn't say anything about the retail website or producers, but that EMI had been licensing their recordings to be transfered and released in SACD editions that were later used in CD editions in the Western market. This conversation is becoming odd and quite long, so I'll leave the pictures I had to search again. Also, Tower Records released with Warner SACD editions of the Cluytens Beethoven cycle, before his complete orchestral recordings were remastered and released a few months ago.








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    Two new choral works being released on 8/31/18....pre-ordering at Presto Classical:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granate View Post
    Who says Warner doesn't use them to their Western CD reissues? They did with Furtwängler's Beethoven recordings (Japan SACDs from 2011). They wouldn't release the HiRes version in a Blu-ray with cds, but could be a digital download.
    HDTracks has the 2011 mastering (or so it advertises ) of Symphonies 1 and 3 as a download.

    http://www.hdtracks.com/beethoven-sy...o-page-search1

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    Some forthcoming release from Korean public domain boxer Ars Nova



    The-Art-of-Pascal-String-Quartet-32CD



    The-Art-of-Ralph-Kirkpatrick-25CD



    Alxander-Gauk-Live-Recordings-22CD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmathuln View Post
    Some forthcoming release from Korean public domain boxer Ars Nova
    With the upcoming release of these boxes, I kindly remind you all about this thread we created in February to discuss about the topic of "public domain" and labels.

    I just wish membran hired graphic designers as efficient as these ones in Ars Nova. By the way. Are those cover pictures also in the public domain? Because Getty earns a good deal of money for that type of commercial printing and I doubt that they forgot to buy and license those old artist pictures.

    Historical Labels, sources and ethics
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    André Previn Columbia and RCA recordings



    Classic-Andre-Previn

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    More new Bach Cantata recordings from my favorite Bach conductor, Phillippe Herreweghe



    Sonn Und Schild Cantatas - BWV004 , BWV079 , BWV080

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