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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.

 

Our albums are available from many download sites.

We highly recommend downloading from to Qobuz where you can download or stream in high quality, for the same price as iTunes medium quality.

Here are the top five best selling Beulah albums at Qobuz.

Qobuz top selling albums

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2pdr24

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1pdr34

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1pdr36

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1pdr37

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1pdr38

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1pdr39

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1pdr40

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7pdr4

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7pdr4

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6pd87

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What the Critics Say


Beecham conducts Delius

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" My fifth choice is of music by Delius, including the Florida Suite, in classic 1956 performances conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham on a Beulah reissue, though regrettably it does mean not choosing the Beulah reissue of Raphael Kubelík’s Bartók Concerto for Orchestra and other twentieth century classics."

Brian Wilson at MUSICWEB INTERNATIONAL Recordings of the Year 2016


Delius Eine Messe des Lebens

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" When the Beecham recording was reissued by Sony, Rob Barnett and Stephen Lloyd waxed lyrical in its praise but that wasn’t enough to defer the deletions axe: it’s utterly annihilated, even to stream or download ... which makes the Beulah an essential reissue for devotees of Beecham’s Delius.

" I do caution potential listeners against too high expectations. That’s particularly a problem with the louder choral passages, where there’s an unavoidable degree of blasting, perhaps anticipated by the engineers in offering a more distant sound: solo voices and orchestra sound much more up-front and more natural and for most of the time the sound is very acceptable.

"All in all, then, Beecham works his usual magic in the Mass of Life, as always with Delius, and helps convince me of the value of a work which I have undervalued.

"Then go for this Beulah reissue: a convincing performance of a work which I have never before come to terms with in a very decent, though dated, transfer."

Brian Wilson at Music Web International

Deram of Geronius

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"In the case of Sargent it has to be the 1945 version, despite the merits of his later traversal. In fact, I choose the Sargent version not so much for the conducting as for the performers, and Heddle Nash especially. No Elgar enthusiast’s collection should be without this performance: Nash is simply hors concours." John Quinn at Music Web International