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  1. I am listening for the last hour thru TIDAL. With or without MQA. In Sweden, though.
  2. Thank you Musciphile for another post on your inspiring blog that always brings interesting learning experiences! I listened to both violin and keyboard version of this oevre - and suddenly remembered Andrés Segovias' transcription for guitar. A few years back during a holiday trip to Andalusia, Spain I managed to find a version that was not quit to my liking. Back home in Sweden I started the earch for a better version and found this - last night's Album of the evening: Andrés Segovia - The Segovia Collection Vol 1 (All Bach Program). The CD is from 1987 but you can still find it on Amazon. Not violin nor keyboard, but still well sounding and enjoyable music from a master of his instrument.
  3. And you can download the 24/96 version at http://www.eclassical.com/conductors/lindberg-jakob/a-rauwolf-lute-french-german-baroque-music.html
  4. I just ordered it from http://www.camjazz.com/home/8052405142580-live-in-germany-cd.html The Italians charge me quit a lot to send the CD to Sweden so I hope it is worth the effort to follow the recommendation - it is also available as a wav download.
  5. +1 You can also stream all five volumes from Tidal. The sound is not bad but it is of course better from the downloaded 24/96 files. Sent from my SM-T230 using Computer Audiophile mobile app
  6. How, may I ask? Please share, I have tried and tried... Sent from my SM-T230 using Computer Audiophile mobile app
  7. Internet is a wonderful thing - "the answer came back from the great beyond": Black Hole Sun – Soundgarden @ 0:34:37 Paint It Black – The Rolling Stones @ 0:45:38 Ain’t no Grave – Johnny Cash @ end credits Sent from my SM-T230 using Computer Audiophile mobile app
  8. Read more at Pianist Alfred Brendel to give his final Chicago performance - tribunedigital-chicagotribune
  9. In an interview in March 2008, it is said that the only major piano piece Brendel regrets never having performed is Bach's "Goldberg" Variations. Sent from my SM-T230 using Computer Audiophile mobile app
  10. Hi Stefan! I can only reply to your post in part - I have the Musical Fidelity M6 DAC but not the Auralic player. Instead I use a DIY player inspired by CAPS - see Computer Audiophile - C.A.P.S. I use JRiver MC22 on Win10/64 to play my files to the M6 and this I can do successfully with any file (PCM and DSD) due to audio settings in JRiver. The M6 does not accept DSD as such, only DoP. This is probably the reason why your combo is not playing DSD. Hope you can find a setting or workaround for this - the M6 is a very musical DAC indeed! Göran
  11. I bought my toslink cable at https://store.google.com/product/optical_cable_chromecast_audio Works just fine and has a nice colour, too ? Sent from my SM-T230 using Computer Audiophile mobile app
  12. What about a 21 century music student that got an assignment to write a typical renaissance piece for modern instruments? Or for some modern variant of computer programming of renaissance music? Sent from my SM-T230 using Computer Audiophile mobile app
  13. Interesting upcoming exhibition in Ystad Sweden. http://www.musikisyd.se/en/emap-2/
  14. You can get good advice here: http://musicophilesblog.com/2015/10/07/my-favorite-versions-of-chopins-nocturnes/ I bought Moravec on Supraphone CD - well worth it! Tidal has another version if you want to check it out: "Chopin: Nocturnes - Complete" . Sent from my SM-T230 using Computer Audiophile mobile app
  15. Thanks for your recommendation! However, Vagn Holmboe is a Danish composer. And the orchestra is Swedish - nothing Dutch there...?
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