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Stravinsky - The Rite of Spring

Label: Reference Recordings RR-70CD
Released: 1996
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Eije Oue, conductor; Minnesota Orchestra

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The Rite of Spring, Igor Stravinsky; Minnesota Orchestra; Eije Oue, conductor; recorded on January 20, 1996 at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis, Minnesota; 1997 Grammy Awards Nominee for Best Engineered Classical Recording; issued in these formats: HDCD-Compact Disc; HRx: high resolution audio WAV files on a DVD-R data disc; downloads available in WAV, FLAC, and Apple Lossless formats in 44.1kHz/16bit, 88.2kHz/24bit, 96kHz/24bit, 176.4kHz/24bit, 192kHz/24 bit resolution options; 2 reissues: Amazon Music Streaming & MP3 files; reissued in 2012; STRAVINSKY the rite of spring – le sacre du printemps Reference Mastercuts LP RM-1515 Half-Speed Mastered 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl 45 rpm; 2016 Rocky Mountain International Hi Fi Press Award for Best Audiophile Recording – Analogue; reissued in 2016


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