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Denon DNP-720AE Network Audio Player - Black by Denon
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I bought one of these as soon as they came out in 2011. I had a Denon TU1800DAB tuner which was a great FM radio and even managed to make ghastly DAB transmissions sound decent. I wanted the Internet radio and AirPlay capability, whilst still being able to get god quality FM. I must be one of the few people who paid the original 427 rrp, I was that keen to get one. Initially it seemed ok, though I never thought the FM sound was quite as good as the stand alone tuner. But over the time I've had it I've struggled with the network connection whether using it wireless or wired to the router. It would persistently refuse to organise Airplay devices, or lose the network entirely or freeze. I had… Read more
Kachampo <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kachampo-Tommee/dp/artist-redirect/B001N91Z24">Tommee</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Kachampo Tommee MP3 Download
Indonesian-Australian multi-instrumentalist Tommee has put together an album of traditional sounds from his homeland. It's beautifully played and rather hypnotic.

The eleven tracks are all self-penned and sweetly recorded with supplementary western instruments including electric bass and guitar. Io Ariku heads up the CD and has a nice blend of rhythm and melody. Similarly with the following two tunes. Track 4 eases back and features the reggae-like dangdut feel so loved by Indonesians. The tile song contrasts Tommee's gravely voice with a cascading flow of notes from the zither style playing of the kecapi.

Lantika gives Tommee a chance to display his superb guitar… Read more
Faure: Requiem ~ Tenebrae
Faure: Requiem ~ Tenebrae
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I was intrigued by this, but it works beautifully. The movements of Bach's D minor solo violin Partita interspersed with Bach Chorale settings. Then the great Chaconne with closes the Partita gently overlaid with the sung chorales which are apparently hidden within it. Beautifully done, too, the violin is never obscured. Then the final held open/stopped d' which concludes the partita segues into the octave d's which open the Fauré Requiem. Which in turn is a beautiful and moving performance. Cumulatively the effect is powerful and highly moving. Highly recommended!

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