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Various Artists - Phase 4 Stereo: Spectacular flac album

Performer: Various Artists
Title: Phase 4 Stereo: Spectacular
Style: Miscellaneous (Classical)
Relesed: April 20, 2015
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 556
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PLAY ALL. Phase 4 Stereo Spectacular. Released by Universal Music Group Jan 2015 247 Tracks. Phase 4 Stereo Spectacular is a English album released on Jan 2015. Phase 4 Stereo Spectacular Album has 247 songs sung by Various Artist, Sudhera Sen, Madhusudan Shastri. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Phase 4 Stereo Spectacular songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

Stereo concert series. CD 4: Spectacular Dances. Antonín Dvo?ák (1841 - 1904). Decca have covered the Phase 4 catalogue of classical music well with this landmark new release, which has excellent documentation, fine reproduction of the original sleeves for each CD, and faithful engineering. This selection has been most artfully made. These still sound excellent today and are highly representative of the style of each conductor.

PHASE 4 STEREO London Records SP-44062. GREAT STRAUSS WALTZES, WERNER MÜLLER and his Orchestra. London Records 44004, Phase 4 Stereo. Many of the imperfections found on a VG+ record are more obvious on a VG record. Frank Chacksfield and His Orchestra The New Limelight Phase 4 Stereo SP 44066. London Festival Orchestra and Chorus.

Phase 4 Stereo was a recording process created by the . Decca Records label in 1961. The process was used on . Decca recordings and also those of its American subsidiary London Records during the 1960s. Phase 4 Stereo recordings were created with an innovative 10-channel, and later 20-channel, "recording console" (actually a mixing console. The concept of Phase 4 Stereo has no connection with Quadraphonic sound or "four channel stereo

The fairly standard packaging of Phase 4 Stereo Concert Series is reasonably attractive. The colorful square box contains 41 sleeves with the original covers, but that can be confusing. The CD contents have been expanded and mixed so that the only way you can see exactly what is on an individual disc is to look at the complete list of CD contents in the program notes. The booklet also contains several essays on Phase 4 technology and the artists. These recordings are extremely variable in musical quality and sound. Nearly half are terrible, but the rest vary from good to sensational.

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