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  1. Thanks. For some reason I thought the album was released last month.
  2. Has anyone listened to the new album? Does anyone know if it's available for hi-res download?
  3. Maybe I'm confused, but I still have the column browser in Music. I click "songs" on the left-side menu, just as before.
  4. I just upgraded to Catalina and my Scripts are missing. (Doug's Apple Scripts, to be exact.) I tried installing a script that was specific for Catalina, but it's not appearing anywhere in Music. Any suggestions?
  5. Thanks everyone. I'll listen to a few and try one. I'm not much of an opera fan in general, but I figured I'd give this a shot. The Furtwängler recording with the Philharmonia Orchestra gets a lot of praise on the Internets.
  6. I just finished a short biography of Wagner. Can someone recommend a good version of Tristan and Isolde? I’ve got a recording of Gotterdammerung, but I’m rarely able to get very far. Who’s got the time?
  7. Jump forward in that video to 6:50. But, I was being a little flippant when I said Beethoven invented jazz. Although if you listen to Gershwin's "American in Paris" . . . .
  8. Check out Beethoven's 32nd piano sonata. Second movement. About 6 minutes in. Written in 1825-ish. Not only is he the greatest classical composer, but he invented jazz.
  9. Is the B&W T7 sturdy enough to stick in a suitcase?
  10. Any current thoughts on a Bluetooth travel speaker with good sound. The internet reviews are all over the place.
  11. I want to pick up a copy of Pollini's Late Beethoven Piano Sonatas. I can get the CDs from Amazon for $17. ProStudio Masters has FLAC 24/96 for $29. Is there a noticeable difference for solo piano work? Should I expect that the mastering of the hi res will be better? (Should I stop worrying so much about $12?)
  12. eClassical has the Vanska/MSO Beethoven cycle today for $25 studio quality; $17 CD quality. I already have the cycle from the Philadelphia Orchestra, Kleiber's 5 & &; a terrific new recording of 5 & 7 from the NY Philharmonic and an LSo recording of 3. But is this too good to pass up at this price?
  13. I just got an email from BW saying that they're not taking subscriptions for Society of Sound. No info on whether they will in the future. If they were ending SoS, I'd think they would have removed the pages from their site. It's possible they're having licensing issues and have stopped downloads until they clear it up, but I'm just guessing. I hope SoS continues, it's a great way to discover new music for a small investment.
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