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Discussion: Bach: Mass in B minor - Konrad Junghänel

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Post by canonical December 26, 2011 (1 of 3)
I think this is a fabulous performance - almost revelatory in its simplicity - and with wonderful sonics too.

Just curious: the SA-CD.net database listing states that this is a DSD recording, but I couldn't find any blurb on the box re the recording resolution. Can anyone confirm the pure DSD recording credentials, or know the source of the claim?

Post by Nicolas December 27, 2011 (2 of 3)
canonical said:

I think this is a fabulous performance - almost revelatory in its simplicity - and with wonderful sonics too.

Just curious: the SA-CD.net database listing states that this is a DSD recording, but I couldn't find any blurb on the box re the recording resolution. Can anyone confirm the pure DSD recording credentials, or know the source of the claim?

Indeed, it's an amazing interpretation, so uncluttered. My only regret is the Agnus Deï sung by a woman (it's a great Alto thought), for this piece I really prefer the delicacy of countertenor.

Post by padraig December 27, 2011 (3 of 3)
I also cannot find any information on the box or in the notes. The only reference to DSD appears to be on the back of the box with, as you say, no details.

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