HD-Vinyl 24/192 (EMI) Itzhak Perlman Plays Fritz Kreisler

This compilation of Kreisler pieces is absolutely wonderful, and while not “deep” music, it is great for relaxing later in the evening, helping one to unwind from the day. Perlman’s technique is excellent, warm and very sympathetic–rich with a lilting melancholy that’s inherent in much of the music. He makes it sound so easy, as effortless as if he could be humming the tunes. As for his accompanist, Sanders is a supportive but accomplished partner. I recommend this recording very highly. The playing is as full of insidious charm and romantic almost to the point of sentimentality, which in my view is not a bad thing at all.

Composer: Antonín Dvořák, Fritz Kreisler, Isaac Albéniz, Manuel De Falla
Performer: Itzhak Perlman, Samuel Sanders
Vinyl 1976
Number of Discs: 1
Format: FLAC
Label: EMI
DR-Analysis: DR 14
Size: 1.79 GB
Scan: yes
Server: FF


A1 Caprice Viennois Op. 2 3:45
A2 Andantino In The Style Of Martini 3:35
A3 Allegretto In The Style Of Boccherini 3:15
A4 La Gitana 3:12
A5 Slavonic Dance No. 3 In G 5:27
A6 Chanson Louis XIII And Pavane In The Style Of Couperin 3:07
A7 Schön Rosmarin 1:53
B1 Liebesfreud 3:35
B2 Spanish Dance No. 1 From “La Vida Breve” 3:26
B3 Liebesleid 3:19
B4 Recitativo And Scherzo Capriccio, Op. 6 3:50
B5 Tango 2:30
B6 Rondino On A Theme By Beethoven 2:45
B7 Tambourin Chinois, Op. 3 3:35


Analyzed Folder: /192k Itzakh Perlman Plays Fritz Kreisler_dr.txt
DR Peak RMS Filename
DR14 -3.65 dB -21.21 dB A1 Caprice Viennois Op. 2.flac
DR15 -1.27 dB -21.43 dB A2 Andantino In The Style Of Martini.flac
DR14 -3.81 dB -20.95 dB A3 Allegretto In The Style Of Boccherini.flac
DR14 -0.52 dB -18.76 dB A4 La Gitana.flac
DR14 -1.13 dB -20.39 dB A5 Slavonic Dance No. 3 In G.flac
DR14 -6.23 dB -25.35 dB A6 Chanson Louis XIII And Pavane In The Style Of Couperin.flac
DR11 -2.93 dB -19.47 dB A7 Schoen Rosmarin.flac
DR13 -0.25 dB -18.49 dB B1 Liebesfreud.flac
DR14 -0.56 dB -18.30 dB B2 Spanish Dance No. 1 From ‘La Vida Breve’.flac
DR14 -5.33 dB -23.10 dB B3 Liebesleid.flac
DR16 -2.31 dB -22.93 dB B4 Recitativo And Scherzo Capriccio, Op. 6.flac
DR13 -3.55 dB -21.54 dB B5 Tango.flac
DR13 -5.23 dB -22.56 dB B6 Rondino On A Theme By Beethoven.flac
DR15 -2.08 dB -20.26 dB B7 Tambourin Chinois, Op. 3.flac
Number of Files: 14
Official DR Value: DR14


  • Arranged By – Fritz Kreisler (tracks: A5, B2, B5)
  • Artwork – Jürgen Schumacher
  • Composed By – Antonín Dvořák (tracks: A5), Fritz Kreisler (tracks: A1 to A4, A6, A7, B1, B3, B4, B6, B7), Isaac Albéniz (tracks: B5), Manuel De Falla (tracks: B2)
  • Concert Grand Piano – Samuel Sanders (2)
  • Liner Notes – Hans Otto Spingel
  • Photography By [Itzhak Perlman] – Christian Steiner (6)
  • Producer – Suvi Raj Grubb
  • Recorded By [Tonmeister] – Michael Gray (5)
  • Violin – Itzhak Perlman

Ripping Info


A few words about the way i’ve been cleaning vinyl records and post-processing rips, since summer 2017: After washing and recording the vinyl, I use a kind of mixed cleaning of the rip, which consists of mostly manual rather than automatic de-clicking, (the latter only on unimportant passages, such as end of the groove, beginning and end of the songs, applause, speaking). I often leave the rips almost rough, de-clicking only the silences between the tracks. Never de-noising or/and EQ, as unfortunately some do. I prefer to hear a bit of quiet noises of the clean groove, that contain something of the music, rather than generate clinically clean files that may, eventually, sound a bit dead. If you do not agree, do not download my rips and buy instead digital files or CDs.
When I listen to music I “don’t hear” any noise: I enjoy the music 😀
I do not make rips for headphones!

  • Software: iZotope RX 5 Advanced, Adobe Audition CS 5.5, Twisted Wave 1.18
  • Very careful de-clicking with iZotope, significant clicks manually removed, never de-noising
  • DR-Analisys
  • Wave 32/192(32/384) —> Flac 24/96 & 24/192: Twisted Wave 1.18
  • Artwork: Sony Alpha 350, Epson Perfection V750 Pro, Photoshop CS 5.5



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