Camille Saint-Saens: Symphony No.3 (Daniel Barenboim) (UHQCD)


Camille Saint-Saens: Symphony No.3 (Daniel Barenboim) (UHQCD)


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Daniel Barenboim’s interpretation of the organ symphony Saint Saëns ‘with Gaston Litaize on the organ is a masterpiece. The recording quality is excellent and leaves nothing to be desired by audiophiles. It was written in 1975 in the Medinah Temple, Chicago and on the organ in Chartres Cathedral in France.

UHQCD stands for Ultimate High Quality Compact Disc and is a joint development of the Japanese CD replication company Memory-Tech and the Audio Quality CD Company from Hong Kong. Unlike conventional CDs, UHQCDs are not pressed from polycarbonate, but rather cast from a photopolymer and cured with UV light. Another layer of high-purity polycarbonate is applied to protect the softer photopolymer from scratching. The combination results in a significantly reduced reflection of the laser light inside the CD and an unequaled precise edge transition between pits and lands of the CD. UHQCDs are 100% compatible with normal CD players. Musically, the result is a sound that is strongly reminiscent of analog master tapes.

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Universal Japan

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Classical Music

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Universal Japan

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