– Burmester Art For The Ear -
Germany's Burmester "Berlin Voice" is a Hi-End brand with high equipment prices and excellent effects that no one in the industry knows. This CD is the brand’s first audition disc. The tracks are famous audiophile recordings from all over the world. The "Berlin Voice" bought the copyright, and after some processing, it was compiled into an audition disc. The effect was even better than the original. Many, it was a good news for a while, and enthusiasts rushed to buy them.
The repertoire includes classical, jazz, and pop music. Even the works of Pink Floyd in the 70s are included on the disc, so in addition to the outstanding sound effects, the audibility is also quite high. The sound effects of this Burmester record are not inferior to the original record, and almost every aspect of the sound is better than the original record by about 10%! This happened to a manufacturer that is not only "fever", but also "crazy". It is entirely possible.
|1||–Melissa Walker||A Time for love|
|2||–Niccolò Paganini||Sonata Concertata|
|3||–John Lee Hooker||Early one morning|
|4||–Bennie Wallace||It's the talk of the day|
|5||–Gioacchino Rossini||Sonata I G-Dur|
|6||–Hans Theessink||The planet|
|7||–Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov||Allegro Molto|
|8||–Hans-Jurgen Schnoor||Orgelwerke von Bach|
|10||–Yim Hok-Man||Poem of Chinese Drums|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS A-10254/COMP/0899 02