Thank you very much to our friend Jean-Luc for this joyous gem
This kind of music-making is simply magic. Fritz Reiner, who feels just at ease with the Hungarian Dances as he does with a Dvorak symphony, really puts his heart and mind in the music and gives us the best version of these works I have ever heard. Especially effective is the Hungarian Dance no. 6 in D major – if this music does not make you want to dance, then there is either something wrong with me or the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
# Composer: Johannes Brahms, Antonin Dvorak
# Orchestra: Vienna Philarmonic Orchestra
# Conductor: Fritz Reiner
# Vinyl (1961)
# Number of Discs: 1
# Format: Flac
# Label: Decca
# DR-Analysis: DR: 13
# Size: 1.76 GB
# Scan: yes
# Server: FileFactory
|A1||–Johannes Brahms-||No. 5 In G Minor||2:28|
|A2||-Johannes Brahms-||No. 6 In D Major||3:48|
|A3||–Johannes Brahms-||No. 7 In A Major||2:10|
|A4||–Johannes Brahms-||No. 12 In D Minor||2:22|
|A5||–Johannes Brahms-||No. 13 In D Major||2:03|
|A6||–Johannes Brahms-||No. 19 In B Minor||1:43|
|A7||–Johannes Brahms-||No. 21 In E Minor||1:12|
|A8||–Johannes Brahms-||No. 1 In G Minor||3:22|
|B1||–Antonin Dvorak-||Opus 46, No. 1 In C Major||4:18|
|B2||–Antonin Dvorak-||Opus 46, No. 3 In A Flat Major||4:25|
|B3||–Antonin Dvorak-||Opus 46, No. 8 In G Minor||4:24|
|B4||–Antonin Dvorak-||Opus 72, No. 2 In E Minor||7:08|
|B5||–Antonin Dvorak-||Opus 72, No. 1 In B Major||4:28|
Analyzed folder: /192k Brahms, Dvorak – Hungarian and Slavonic Dances – Fritz Reiner
DR Peak RMS Filename
DR11 -0.80 dB -16.92 dB A1 -Johannes Brahms- No. 5 In G Minor.aif
DR12 -1.75 dB -18.78 dB A2 -Johannes Brahms- No. 6 In D Major.aif
DR12 -2.09 dB -23.34 dB A3 -Johannes Brahms- No. 7 In A Major.aif
DR11 -2.61 dB -20.17 dB A4 -Johannes Brahms- No. 12 In D Minor.aif
DR15 -2.28 dB -24.44 dB A5 -Johannes Brahms- No. 13 In D Major.aif
DR12 -4.71 dB -21.05 dB A6 -Johannes Brahms- No. 19 In B Minor.aif
DR12 -2.96 dB -20.43 dB A7 -Johannes Brahms- No. 21 In E Minor.aif
DR12 -4.35 dB -20.02 dB A8 -Johannes Brahms- No. 1 In G Minor.aif
DR12 -0.43 dB -19.27 dB B1 -Antonin Dvorak- Opus 46, No. 1 In C Major.aif
DR15 -1.50 dB -22.65 dB B2 -Antonin Dvorak- Opus 46, No. 3 In A Flat Major.aif
DR12 -2.74 dB -20.65 dB B3 -Antonin Dvorak- Opus 46, No. 8 In G Minor.aif
DR13 -8.72 dB -26.99 dB B4 -Antonin Dvorak- Opus 72, No. 2 In E Minor.aif
DR13 -1.73 dB -20.65 dB B5 -Antonin Dvorak- Opus 72, No. 1 In B Major.aif
Number of files: 13
Official DR value: DR13
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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.
I tend more and more, in the last time, to de-click with an automatic setting between 0.7 and 1.2 so you can say, my rips are like half rough rips.
- Software: iZotope RX 4 Advanced, Adobe Audition CS 5.5, Twisted Wave 1.9
- Very light de-clicking with iZotope, significant clicks manually removing, no de-noising
- DR-Analisys before converting to Flac
- Converting Wave -> Flac: Twisted Wave 1.9
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