Thanks, Sean. Yepes is truly a great musician. Amazing playing!Altophile wrote: ↑Sat Jun 03, 2017 1:31 pmWell, it's about time! Thank you for alerting us to this:-)
I contacted DG in the past and asked them to consider releasing Yepes' Weiss performances on CD, and 10 years later it's finally going to happen!
I love his arrangement of Suite II from the London MS. Most guitarists arrange it in D Maj, but Yepes' E Maj version has a special charm, IMO.
The Prelude and Courante from this suite are two of my all-time favorite pieces by Weiss.
Once mine arrives I'll start with the Bach/Weiss album.
There is no plastic case, it's a cardboard box with the artwork, and, yes, each CD is in a small sleeve that has a reproduction of the artwork from the original album. I think the paper sleeves are a bit thin but I guess they had to make them like that to fit twenty of them in a small box.Altophile wrote: ↑Sat Jun 10, 2017 11:20 amOnce mine arrives I'll start with the Bach/Weiss album.
Can you describe how they handled the packaging? Did they just stuff CDs in a plastic case, or did they do it right: Put each CD in a small sleeve with art that matches the original album?
The problem is a lack of time and also the fact that you have to deal with physical disks. I solved all of my problems by buying a fast CD drive ($60), and ripping all of my CDs, 1200+, to Apple Lossless format in iTunes.
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