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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.

the art of rafael kubelik itunes
american military music amazon uk
Khachaturian Orchestral Music itunes
russian masters volume 4 petrouchka schotakovich symphony number ten amazon uk
American Compositions two amazon uk
Handel Messiah itunes
The release of this album was unfortunatley delayed from December but it is now available at iTunes

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.

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What the critics say

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

the joy of mozart amazon uk
"Muir Mathieson appears first with the Sinfonia of London, the ad hoc orchestra which he founded in 1955, consisting of players from the London orchestras, chiefly for film music but also much employed by World Record Club, itself an offshoot of EMI. This stylish recording of the Così fan tutte Overture first appeared on LP with Eine Kleine Nachtmusik and Schubert’s Fifth Symphony.

 Beulah have made something of a speciality of Come scoglio, with recordings featuring Suzanne Danco (2BX177), Teresa Stich-Randall (1BX167) and this one with Helen Lawrence, already released on Beulah Extra 8BX55. Reviewing Lawrence in a number of arias on various Beulah Extra recordings in October 2010 I thought the Mozart the pick of a fine bunch, with excellent support from orchestra and conductor and more recent sound than on other Beulah reissues .

Géza Anda was one of the first to record Mozart piano concertos in the dual role of soloist and conductor. Though not universally well received on their appearance, his recordings still sound stylish over 50 years on. What then seemed lacking in charm is more in tune with the modern view of Mozart as anything other than a figurine on a pedestal. If you want that older view of Mozart at its best, Beulah Extra have Annie Fischer and Sir Adrian Boult in Piano Concerto No.20, K466 (1-3BX130), and No.23, K488 (5-8BX130).

We end as we began with the Sinfonia of London, this time conducted by the young Colin Davis... I though the tempi are consistently somewhat sedate, I still enjoy the performances, all well transferred by Beulah. ... Together they make an attractive package. The performances are all still well worth hearing and all the transfers have been made with Beulah’s usual care and skill."
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