Christopher Hogwood’s legendary authentic version of Handel’s choral masterpiece receives a fabulous Pure Audio remastering.
The standard by which all other Ring Cycles are judged by, Decca commits the white-hot performances of Georg Solti, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, and a raft of great singers, to a single Pure Audio Blu-ray Disc.
This Tosca with, mostly minimalist sets and a thrilling tenor, disappoints in the other two principal roles.
A minimalist performance of Bizet’s beloved opera Carmen that fails to deliver the passion, heat, and atmosphere that this masterpiece requires.
A dream cast rendition of Puccini’s last opera Turandot gets the Pure Audio Blu-ray makeover that it has long deserved from Decca.
The Madama Butterfly that sets the recorded standard for this work gets remastered to the nth degree with simply superb results.
Donizetti’s comic masterpiece has received many recordings, but this remastered Pure Audio Blu-ray version must be considered a top contender.
A simply overwhelming collection of Brahms’s orchestral works that belongs in the library of all classical music lovers.
This is the first performance of Le Comte Ory recorded with a period orchestra, ably led by Maestro Muhai Tang.
A rarely heard Rossini specialty, we get four good tenors contributing to terrific performance of Rossini’s retelling of the Shakespeare legend.