David Guyler

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (10 of 11)
 

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The First Man of the Zither Plays "The Third Man T&hellip ~ Anton Karas
Anton Karas hit the charts in a big way in this country and America with his recording of the Harry Lime Theme, and this CD contains this and other music associated with the film and Vienna. The instrument produces a fascinating sound that no other provides, and the compositions are skilfully played and written by Karas.
The album is probably best regarded as one to keep and save in the bottom drawer and to play on occasions.
The Chris Barber Concerts ~ Chris Barber
The Chris Barber Concerts ~ Chris Barber
If you enjoy traditional jazz with no electronics then this album takes some beating. The recording is acceptably good mono with good frequency response, but it does not seem to matter too much because the microphone has been well positioned so you can hear all instruments with equal intensity and the live audience makes you feel that you are going back 60 years in time and you are actually at the concert. The recording maintains continuity throughout and there are no gaps between the tracks.
The album contains probably the first three concerts that the band ever made, the first one being at the Royal Festival Hall in 1956, and at a time that the band was at its height of popularity… Read more
Telemann: Burlesque de Quixotte ~ Georg Philipp Telemann
Telemann: Burlesque de Quixotte ~ Georg Philipp Telemann
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Telemann at it's best., 11 Feb 2014
These three Telemann Overtures and one Concerto are full of live and vitality and superbly performed by Collegium Musicum 90. The recording quality is virtually unbeatable using a Chandos 24 bit system. Enjoy for always.