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    Senior Member deprofundis's Avatar
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    Default Did analogue made you change your opinion on a composer work, moreso than cd ,mp3

    Ahh.. for mighty heaven, i says , i deprofundis learn the beauty of renaissance composer like i.e Palestrina ,Gesualdo, Lussaschi(i have a splendid lp of his wor), Monteverdi i now rank has a god among the polyphonist of this word, i re-discover ars vetus, ars nova deep end woaw.. thee franco flemish godz, ockeghem, Dufay ect..trought Les chansonnier cordiforme it's incredible lady and gentelmen.

    Im a purist of sounds and i feel aanalogue utter magic aalso super audio cd, and mp3 legiit download a bit lame but practical for rarirrrty only available this way.

    good night deprofundis his getting back on is feets hey, not too bad.

    live once, life short , live whit passion and music is the catalyst of it all- deprofundis quote

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    Glad to here your recovery is making progress. Surely the music helps by giving you joyous feelings that put you in in a positive mood which is what is needed for healing.

    My ears are not so good that I can manage with mp3, but back in the day I spun LPs and it did make the listening experience extra special if for not other reason than the routine of preparing each LP to spin.
    Last edited by Fritz Kobus; Nov-08-2018 at 04:58.
    "All of Italian opera can be heard in [Bellini's] "Ah! non creda [mirarti]."
    --Renata Scotto in "Scotto, More Than a DIva."

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