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Ole Bull: Violin Concertos Pure Audio Blu-ray + SACD Review

Can there be any word other than "spectacular" to describe the Pure Audio Blu-ray recordings of Norwegian label 2L? This set of violin pieces by romantic virtuoso Ole Bull continues the label's standard setting trend.

The Virtual Haydn Blu-ray Review

Tom Beghin plays the entire Haydn solo keyboard repertoire on period instruments with virtual acoustics sampled in the actual performance spaces where Haydn would have worked and lived for this 4-BD high-resolution, 96kHz/24-bit set from Naxos, utilizing the Pure Audio technology.

Flute Mystery Pure Audio Blu-ray Review

Another fantastic sounding Pure Audio Blu-ray recording by the Norwegian label 2L, featuring the music of composer Fred Jonny Berg.

Grieg Piano Concerto Pure Audio Blu-ray Review

With the help of a mechanical 'time machine', the Duo-Art pianola, 2L brings back performances of Percy Grainger and Edvard Grieg.

The Nordic Sound – 2L Audiophile Reference Recordings Pure Audio Blu-ray Review

2L provides classical music in surround done right with this wonderful Blu-ray Audio Disc sampler from the groundbreaking Norwegian label.

Neil Young: Archives Vol. 1 Blu-ray Review

Neil Young's long-awaited Archives Vol. 1 collection is finally here, in his preferred Blu-ray format, and it sets a new standard for what Blu-ray can deliver in terms of audio quality, connectivity, and interactivity.

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