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Music of England Vol 6
Antony Hopkins Talking About Music
chopin nocturnes
Russian folk orchestra sound
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Wind Band Classics
Fifties Music
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Many music lovers miss the sound from vinyl pressings. Many others have yet to discover how pleasant the sound can be. Most of our albums are mastered from vinyl LP pressings and earlier recordings (before 1953) from 78 rpm discs. It is our ability to recreate, in the digital age, the sound from the disc era that many of our customers find most enjoyable.

Unlike modern digital recordings tracks in our albums do contain some distortion, and the occasional surface noises, but for many listeners these "defects" are soon forgotten.

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New from Beulah Extra

Beulah Extra downloads are high quality 320kb/s MP3 files. They are not grouped into albums. You can buy any combination of movements or works that you wish.

corelli christmas coincerto

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"A reissue from Beulah brings us an unexpectedly welcome reminder of an earlier approach to Corelli. Like most of my generation I got to know Vivaldi from the Decca recordings made by Karl Münchinger with his Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, but he also introduced us to other baroque repertoire, including the CORELLI Concerto Grosso, Op.6/8, known as the ‘Christmas’ concerto because of its pastoral slow movement. I expected this recording to sound ponderous in the bad old style, but Münchinger did move with the times and by 1961 his performances were more sprightly. At 14:08 overall, this is only a fraction slower than Gli Incogniti, so only outright authenticists will find it unstylish. The stereo sound is more bottom-heavy than we are accustomed to now in this repertoire, but that’s down to Münchinger rather than the recording transfer." Brian Wilson at Music Web International
mozart string quintet k 516 lener quartet
1. Allegro listen and buy
2. Menuetto listen and buy 
3. Adagio ma non tropo listen and buy
4. Adagio - Allegro listen and buy
"The Léner Quartet were already well established by 1930 as the Mozart chamber music performers of their day, so it’s hardly surprising to read in the November 1930 review of this Columbia recording of their ‘exquisite art’.  The recording sounds its date: though the surface hiss and crackle has been kept to a bare minimum, it’s still apparent. This is not one of those cases where Beulah have been able to magic 78s sound into what you might expect from a 1950s mono LP, but the performances were well worth preserving. The style is of its time: not a Meissen-figurine Mozart but lacking some of the muscle of the Italian Quartet with Arthur Grumiaux." Brian Wilson at Music Web International
nielsen symphony number 2
1. Allegro collerico (Choleric) listen and buy
2. Allegro comodo e flemmatico (Phlegmatic) listen and buy
3. Andante malincolico (Melancholic) listen and buy
4. Allegro sanguineo — Marziale (Sanguine) listen and buy
"Reissue of the Month Mention recordings of the symphonies of Carl NIELSEN (1865-1931) from the 1950s and the names Jensen and Tuxen spring to mind. You may not even have heard of Launy Grøndahl, whose live 1956 recording of Symphony No.2, The Four Temperaments, with the Danish State Radio Orchestra has been released by Beulah (1-4BX294 – from eavb.co.uk). If you don’t wish to invest in the Danacord set of all six symphonies which included it (DACOCD351-3) which, in any case, seems to be out of stock at the moment, this is your chance. That set was the worthy winner of a Historical Recording award in 1985 and this is one of the best of the recordings in it. The sound is not ideal but more than tolerable – no more dated than mono LPs of this vintage." Brian Wilson at Music Web International
purcell music for a while

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purcell Arise ye subterranean winds

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purcell sound the trumpet

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What the critics say

Here are some recent reviews by Brian Wilson at Music Web International

chopin ballade number 1 arthur rubinstein

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"Fans of Rubinstein’s masterly Chopin are well served by Beulah this month, with two Beulah Extra tracks: Ballade No.1 in g minor, Op.23 (6BX73) and Scherzo No.1 in B, Op.20 (7BX73), recorded in stereo in 1958" Brian Wilson at Music Web International
chopin scherzo number 1 arthur rubinstein

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New from Beulah Korea

Here are some of our recent releases available from Beulah in Korea. The complete Korean catalogue can be viewed on our Beualh Korea web site

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scandinavian music

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mozart piano sonatas

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great composers shostakovich

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