Walter Gieseking – Complete Bach Recordings On Deutsche Grammophon (2017)

http://i93.fastpic.ru/big/2017/0805/aa/7f3f1316f251e19b7d78d766d83781aa.jpg
Walter Gieseking – Complete Bach Recordings On Deutsche Grammophon
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 437:04 min | 1.32 GB
Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Tracks: 147 | Rls.date: 2017

Here are the complete Bach recordings of legendary pianist Walter Gieseking for Deutsche Grammophon/Heliodor, newly remastered and many appearing on CD for the first time. Include notes by Gieseking authority Frank R. Latino as well as the pianist's own remarks on Bach interpretation. "No one, according to some, had ever played Bach like Gieseking, and they rhapsodized over an amazing technic, a style that was as fluent and easy as it was immaculate" (Time magazine) © Deutsche Grammophon More ›››

Santana – Lotus Complete Edition (2017)

http://i95.fastpic.ru/big/2017/0803/c6/3d9db5e5e08a3123a9ed7c378742adc6.jpg
Santana – Lotus Complete Edition (2017)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:37:04 | 360 MB
Pop Rock | Label: Imports

Limited Japanese-only triple SACD Hybrid disc in paper sleeve including seven bonus tracks. The unreleased tracks, which had been sealed for 44 years, included in this set, and are finally listed in the original order. These seven are: "Japan," "Bamble," "Ummu Uum," "Sacred Light," "The Creator Has A Master," "Saver," and "Conga Solo" (about 35 minutes total). One of the rock masterpieces from Santana, Lotus, becomes a Japan exclusive SACD hybrid multi-channel edition (4ch mix). It uses two-layered SACD with DSD 11.2MHz mastering. More ›››

Andrea Macinanti – Respighi: Complete Organ Works (2017)

http://i92.fastpic.ru/big/2017/0727/d2/a145e816e4bb549e7558ecea96795cd2.jpg
Andrea Macinanti – Respighi: Complete Organ Works
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 64:49 min | 267 MB
Label: Tactus | Tracks: 13 | Rls.date: 2017

Ottorino Respighi organ music production is probably his most unknown and least considered. Yet it deserves a very special attention because, despite its minor size if compared to the entire corpus of Respighi work, it shows a very secure musical writing capacity rarely found in a non practicing organist composer. Admired by Igor Stravinskij, Alfredo Casella, Georg Gershwin, Giacomo Puccini as well as by men of science and culture like Augusto Righi, Enrico Fermi, Albert Einstein and Gabriele d'Annunzio (who called him "pure and firm voice over this confused world of stutterers"), Respighi is partly inspired by Bach (whose admiration is certainly reinforced by his friendship with Ferruccio Busoni) and by Reger German School, without losing sight over the Italian masters' music heritage. More ›››