This live recording from 1947 is heard in RS3D for the first time. What is RS3D ? Since their first introduction in the mid-1920s, studio microphones have recorded sound three dimensionally. Stereo was developed to take advantage of this by providing a differential between multiple points in real time on two or more tracks. The result is a stereophonic field. A monaural recording is incapable of reproducing such a field, even when a microphone system has captured it. RS3D enables this field in a monaural recording to reproduce by using time align definitions in a multi channel environment. These definitions are derived from the recording itself, without the post signal processing methods commonly used in conventional stereo enhancment. The result is the actual three dimensional antiphonal field characteristic of the original recording, which has always been present, but could never be reproduced until now. Increased depth, detail, transient response, and bandwidth perception is the result.
Mozart - Piano Concerto n°21 In C Major, K.467
00:00 - Allegro maestoso 14:01 - Andante 21:00 - Allegro vivace assai Murray Perahia English chamber orchestra 1976.
Orff - Carmina Burana
Puccini - "Madama Butterfly"
Cio-Cio-San: Renata Tebaldi Pinkerton: Carlo Bergonzi Sharpless: Enzo Sordello Suzuki: Fiorenza Cossotto Kate Pinkerton: Lidia Nerozzi Goro: Angelo Mercuriali Il principe Yamadori: Michele Cazzato Lo zio bonzo: Paolo Washington Il commissario imperiale: Virgilio Carbonari Yakuside: Oscar Bannière L'ufficiale del registro: Oscar Nanni Opera in three acts Libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa Coro dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia Dirigent: Tullio Serafin.
Ravel - "Boléro"
Vivaldi - I Solisti Veneti
Yes this is really a six hour Vivaldi video. Just hit play and travel back to 18th century Republic of Venice. Being such a long video I had to compress it a bit but the quality still seems satisfactory. I guess I could have made seperate smaller videos but wanted to see if I could upload such a long video. There are obviously too many tracks to list but everything is from I Solisti Veneti and Claudio Scimone. I would suggest buying any CD you can from I Solisti Veneti playing Vivaldi, it is the best!