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Many music lovers miss the sound from vinyl pressings. Many others have yet to discover how pleasant the sound can be. Most of our albums are mastered from vinyl LP pressings and earlier recordings (before 1953) from 78 rpm discs. It is our ability to recreate, in the digital age, the sound from the disc era that many of our customers find most enjoyable.

Unlike modern digital recordings tracks in our albums do contain some distortion, and the occasional surface noises, but for many listeners these "defects" are soon forgotten.

the art of chopin

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Robert farnon and his orchestra Pow Wow

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Ivor Novello - I can give you the starlight


Music of france volume 3


Music of France Volume 4


The art of carlo maria giulini


What the Critics Say

The following are reveiws by Brian Wilson at Music Web International
Russian Masters Volume 6


"Reissue of the Month"

"Frager had a reputation for his Prokofiev, but this recording of Piano Concerto No.2 seems not to have been released in the UK, though recorded by Decca engineers for RCA and nominated for a Grammy. Cyprès released a 12-CD set of winners of the Queen Elisabeth Competition which included this same concerto, differently accompanied. I understand that the transfer was made from a mint copy of a US LP; it certainly sounds good and does justice to one of the best performances ever of this concerto. The Seasons is delectable music...and the Beulah transfer of the John Culshaw recording has been well made." 

Tckaikovsky's Art 3


"Some of these are available elsewhere, but less conveniently coupled: for example, the David Oistrakh Violin Concerto forms part of a DG Originals 2-CD set with Bach, Beethoven and Brahms. Here that classic recording receives the usual excellent Beulah transfer. There’s no hiding its dated source: it doesn’t open out as recordings of only a few years later did, but that didn’t interfere with my enjoyment of this old friend.

."If the Beulah coupling appeals, go for it. I was particularly interested to hear Sir Adrian Boult’s lively account of the String Serenade ... Sometimes I think Boult is a little too fast but that’s better than a wallowing over-emotional approach to Tchaikovsky; this is a serenade after all, not a symphony and the Elegy receives plenty of emotional weight. The 1937 78 sound has transferred very well – thinner than the Violin Concerto but perfectly tolerable: can it really be that old? Together they make Volume 3 well worthwhile."  

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