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Posted by Colin on July 1, 2014, 12:45 pm
Normally I find Jonathan Woolf to have reliable ears, but in his review of Toccata Classic's Raykhelson volume 3 he describes the recording as being 'outstanding'. Usually he would be right - Toccata put a lot of resources into making their recordings sound brilliant. But this time the upper strings are a bit muddy - I blame this on Russian recording facilities. I mean, it's pretty good audio, but not Toccata's usual standards.
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