Particular & Rare HD-Vinyl 24/96 (EMI) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Bastien et Bastienne

This is one of the first opera-like works by the very young wonder child Mozart.
Of course not his masterpiece par exellence, but a really good record with good sound.
Reposted, now with FF links

# Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
# Performer: Brigitte Lindner, Adolfo Dallapozza, Kurt Moll
# Orchestra: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
# Conductor: Eberhard Schöner
# Vinyl (1976)
# Number of Discs: 1
# Format: Flac
# Label: EMI
# DR-Analysis: DR 12
# ASIN: B000P3VVNC (but not available)
# Size: 900 MB
# Scan: y
# Server: FileFactory

 Analyzed folder: /96kWAM_Bast/96k WAM – Bastien Und Bastienne
 DR        Peak        RMS        Filename
 DR12        -0.64 dB     -16.98 dB     SideA.wav
 DR12        -0.86 dB     -16.21 dB     SideB.wav
 Number of files:    2
 Official DR value:    DR12


  • Composer – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Bass Vocals – Kurt Moll
  • Conductor – Eberhard Schoener
  • Executive Producer – Christfried Bickenbach
  • Mixed By – Wolfgang Gülich
  • Orchestra – Bayerisches Staatsorchester
  • Producer – Helmut Storjohann
  • Soprano Vocals – Brigitte Lindner
  • Tenor Vocals – Adolf Dallapozza

Ripping Infos

  • RCM: Okki Nokki
  • TT: Clearaudio Champion Level II
  • System: Limited Edition Denon DL 103 SA
  • Phono stage: Pro-Ject Phono Box II
  • Pre Amp: Unison Research Unico Pre (Tube)
  • Finals: Opera Consonance 9.9 Mono (Tube)
  • Speakers: Dali Helikon 400
  • Connections: MIT Terminator, Audioquest Emerald, Audioquest Quartz
  • Software: iZotope RX Advanced v2.02, Adobe Audition CS 5.5, Twisted Wave 1.9
  • Light de-Clicking with ClickRepair, significant clicks manually removing, no De-Noising

If You hear some clicks and pops here and there, Who cares?
Id rather have a few light anomalies instead of destroying the music. Enjoy the music, not the ticks & pops

  • DR-Analisys before converting to Flac
  • Converting Wave -> Flac: Twisted Wave 1.9
  • Artwork: Sony Alpha 350, Epson Perfection V750 Pro, Photoshop CS 5.5

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10 thoughts on “Particular & Rare HD-Vinyl 24/96 (EMI) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Bastien et Bastienne

  1. Hi Rachmaninov,

    I’m curious about this 24/96 Hi Def process. To be sure, I have a poor man’s system of an Ion TTUSB 10 Turntable going into the free Audacity recoprding system, and I noticed on their latest Beta system the had 24/96 capability available. However, a couple of things were immediately obvious. Audacity is a two-track Stereo and can’t accommodate quadraphonie. Secondly, I tried to record EMI’s Abu Hassan and the overture sounded great; but when I got into the dialogue sections it was as if the speakers were on the back of the soundstage. Finally, I chose to save Side 1 of that album on .flac, but the VLC Media Player got no sound out of the recording at all. The mp3 could not accomodate 24/96 transfer, so it didn’t sound any different than just playing the LP on the turntable.
    Do you have any thoughts about this? Apparently el-cheapo-deluxe doesn’t pay off! But thanks for you and your system.


    P.S.: At one time, I had all those Quadrophonic Operas from EMI on LP, including the Mozart; one by Gluck; and one by Lortzing; but I have only 4 remaining now: the Weber, and three by Schubert.

  2. I remember the golden time of quadrophonic music and i had at the time (74/75) a wonderful quadro receiver by Marantz, the biggest and best, model 4400, that costed me my earning of 3 months. Unfortunately i had the idea to move and get a bigger room for me and my music but i waited too long. When i was ready, quadro was out and i thought to spend better in good stereophony then in a dead system. I only remember, how quadro sounds, from demonstrations in some HiFi-shops.

    I still have about a dozen (or more ?) of quadro records.

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