Exciting stuff. Dynamics refers to the volume of a sound or note. These different effects bring a whole new dimension to how music makes us feel. But for me, Kempe is hit-or-miss. Sounds fantastic. No pbarach, I am not looking for sound effects and that is why I am shy of movies. 1. Much of what makes classical music enjoyable to listen to is the dynamic contrast that is part of the music. It has a huge dynamic range when you consider the LOUD cannons, but I find nothing else recommendable about this disc. Classical Music By Kimberly Wylie GRIN Verlag Dez 2015, 2015. One of the biggest differences between Classical and Popular music, in my opinion, is in the dynamic contrast. Again, you can't go wrong with Karajan on DG, although as pointed out by pbarach, the recording practices in the early digital years rendered the sound too etched & sharp, so you might not like it. Hi, Haroon, hope some of these recordings will do it for you. I am surprised nobody has mentioned "In Nature's Realm" on Waterlily Acoustics (WLA-WS-66-CD), one of the most startlingly natural orchestral recordings I have ever heard and with (subjectively) superb dynamic range. Forums. The composers of classical music used gradual dynamic change diminuendo and crescendo. But it certainly affects the recommendation of CD and SACD reissues of those recordings. I remember your web article about HRx DVD from earlier this year. I don't know but I do know that most of the stuff the majors put out is significantly compressed. I believe it's out of print, but if you see it, grab it. People have come to a general agreement that Baroque music period began after the Renaissance, approximately in 1600.As Baroque is the predecessor of Classical music, Classical music comes into play after Baroque music about in 1750. Try Andre Previn's account with Vienna Phil, on Telarc. 5. I was actually recommending a recording that (subjectively at least) offers an impressive facsimile of the dynamic range of a symphony orchestra even though the works performed are not in themselves extreme in their dynamic contrasts. Example. Music Forum. Yes, I know you 'got it', it was actually your response that made me realize that others may have interpreted the question differently. A change in tone, rhythm increases or decreases tensions and expectations in the listener. Classical music sticks to classic and uniform boundaries, while Romantic music portrays an attitude of free thinking and creativity. Berlioz's Symphony Fantastique by Markevitch (DG). Generally, you can't really go wrong with Karajan (DG) on any Strauss. According to violin.com, not too many changes occurred within the pieces of music written during this era, and dynamic changes were very limited. Although you're asking for full orchestra only, have you considered the dynamic range in a good solo piano recording? The disk number is DG 435 770-2. And then you need the right drivers and OS configuration to make it all work. Of course, there's the Transporter and Klimax DS that can do the job. 210x148x1 mm. Compare and Contrast: Baroque vs. Also, look for Bruckner 4th Symphony by Bruno Walter, on Decca Reissue. I was at this festival, but, in one of my greatest missed opportunities, was unaware of this performance and missed it. Strapping a compressor across the mix brings up the lower levels and squashes the upper levels if it is not done correctly. Also, the organ at the end of the opening fanfare is outstandingly flat! The extra dynamic headroom provided by recording in 20 or 24 bits is useful primarily in providing lots more headroom - setting levels is not nearly as critical - and in providing mathematical "room" for the calculations when mixing tracks, processing, etc. The total range (softest reproduced sound to loudest) will be much greater. Music of the 19th century, a period of time also called the Romantic era, was remarkably different from the music that preceded it. Still, I find the recording acceptable & the performance itself more than makes up for it. This is exceedingly uncommon, especially in a pop recording. 1 year ago. It's like you were standing on the podium in front of a huge orchestra and they slowly moved away from you until they were about 500-yards away. There was no mention of a seat belt at the listening position. However, this difference in pop recordings rarely approaches 10dB. I think I have lot of food now. It would be fun to take a look at this particular recording and see what the overall range is. This is precisely how I understood your suggestion. Classical Music Forum . Mood in classical music may change gradually or suddenly, expressing conflicting surges of elation and depression. Were you thinking of the dynamic range of the piece/performance, the recording thereof, or the CD transfer in particular (or all three) when making your recommendations? I need full orchestra music. And you are right, I should have thought of this as a suggestion. The same with Vanska's BIS series of Beethoven. The issue of whether classic analog recordings of classical repertoire were compressed on the master tape is one I cannot address on a case-by-case basis. This is one of the many mysteries of recorded sound. There is only one version of that masterpiece that I'm familiar with, but, on evenings where I can privately deeply connect with the music my system is delivering, it's on a very short list. 9th June 2010 #7. Also, classical music is known to have a wide dynamic range and will often speed up and slow down at different movements. RR used a dedicated (8-channel) card. Dynamic compression and classical music. I also like the Boston Symphony Orchestra recording on DG, conducted by Steinberg. However even such pieces can be compressed by insensitive recording or mastering with the effect that the dynamic range of the resulting CD is much reduced. I would warn you away from the Kunzel Telarc CD of the Tchaikovsky 1812 overture. Requisite Knowledge Level for Understanding (* being beginner, ***** being expert): * One of the biggest differences between Classical and... Requisite Knowledge Level for Understanding (* being beginner, ***** being expert): * There is a certain amount of vocabulary that comes w... What to call the Music: Piece vs. Song/Tune. Our Favorite Technology & Audio Forums. I am wondering whether some folks here have answered a different question. / Classical Music for Kids / Exploring Musical Dynamics. This leaves plenty of room for peaks and transients (there is only so much a flute can do). I haven't checked Mr. Atkinson's wonderful recording of Attention Screen. Compare and contrast Hindustani classical music with Carnatic music. Rudolf Kempe's Strauss box set (EMI) is good to have, too, as he was noted for his Strauss. Young … AMAZING. Strong contrasts in tonality, rhythms, and dynamics are used for dramatic effects. A decent universal player is pretty cheap (say $170 for an Oppo). dynamic contrast dynamic mark dynamics. An RMS value of -28dBFS is exceedingly low and very exciting. I still enjoy the Reiner Zarathustra. Simply make sure that your DAC or soundcard can handle this resolution. It's a live recording - you should be able to hear the audience shifting in their chairs, their programs rustling. On the flip side, I have personally been disappointed in some recordings in which the softest parts were virtually inaudible. Elk, As an aside, I was reading this article about the unusually high dynamic range of 'Ghetto of my Mind' from Rickie Lee Jones's Flying Cowboys (apparently related to a spotlighted snare drum and therefore probably accidental) but was then surprised to read this post which states: So I am wondering how this seemingly modest figure of 26-28dB of dynamic range for a recording regarded as extreme stacks up against the theoretical maximum of the CD medium which is 98dB. There are 7 CD's of mostly excellent performances in up to date sound, including Zarathustra. Here is the skinny from the Waterlily site: In Nature's Realm is an excellent recording. It's difficult to reproduce in a lifelike manner but it's pretty astounding on a great system. I hope you provide abundant detail on the system you used to play back these HRx files. Sorry, it took me a while to check your posts and say thanks. Thanks again selfdivider. Key Demand of the question: One has to present the key features of the two schools of the Music and provide for a detailed contrast and comparison … Lives for gear . One of the premier classical composers to use the piano was C.P.E Bach. You may wish to contact RR to understand why they use what they use. The DG Karajan Beethoven SACD reissues and RCA Living Stereo SACD reissues are worth checking out in this respect. Among these, the Gergiev's Stravinsky disc is the one I take to auditions. You need to leave a little on the table when recording. I think many of the recommendations here relate to programme with a large dynamic range (i.e. You can add the ESI MAYA44 (happy customer here!) From an artist's point of view, classical music is the epitome of what musicians strive for in their own form of their music interpretation. Giovanni Gabrieli: " Hodie Christus natus est" Share. I bought this box for about $25-30 at Borders. Book Condition: Neu. I understand the virtues of outstanding historical performances but sound quality is the reason we are on Stereophile. A 26-28dB range between the RMS value of the track as a whole and the peaks is huge! Very few of us have ever experienced a dynamic range of 98dB. I would therefore recommend all the Mahler symphonies by MTT on SFS Media. John Atkinson, Editor of Stereophile Perhaps the biggest difference between so-called "classical" music (the subject matter of this MUS 105 class) and popular music is the degree of dynamic contrast between loud and soft musical sounds. Classical.net offers another difference between classical and modern music. And since SACDs are in general hybrids, there is no need for someone who only has a CD player to exclude them from the list. I was glad to see a version of Missa Solemnis appear in this thread. RR should do a road show with this demo! Keep in mind however that this is not the entire dynamic range, only the difference between RMS and peak. Jason - Thanks for the quick response and looking forward to reading your article! Reiner recorded Zarathustra twice. I need about three classical pieces that have really contrasting dynamics because I'll be programming strobe lights to the beats for use in a club. Generally called the Middle Ages, this long historical era can be broken into several distinct developmental periods and falls between Classical Antiquity and the Renaissance. I get annoyed sometimes with the dynamic contrast because I have to constantly adjust my headphone volume and risk blowing my ears out. Purpose. The classical music composers were satisfied to stay and work within a definite boundary of what made up the acceptable music. Dynamics are relative and do not refer to specific volume levels. (250 words) Reference: Indian art and culture by Nitin Singhania Why the question: The question is about comparing the two schools of music – Hindustani and … Continue reading “Compare and contrast Hindustani classical music with Carnatic music.” And from the mysterious & hushed bassoon solo to ear-splitting trombone glissandos, you should be able to test the tonal palette of your system to the fullest. Chamber music and classical music in general requires intense dynamic contrast to be effective. They have tested many computer playback systems. … I, too, wonder why some assert 98dB is not enough to capture music. You load them onto your hard drive and fasten your seat belt. Shostakovich #5 by Neeme Jarvi (Chandos). May 17, 2012 #1 I spent the evening doing a comparison of various versions of Beethoven's 3rd symphony and … How interesting. Thread starter Keith_W; Start date May 17, 2012; Home. I like many of the items posted by selfdivider. It was perceive… Maybe all of the above recommendations happen to have been recorded and mastered excellently too. There are so many incredible performances that people would miss if they confined themselves to only the latest, best-sounding discs. Dynamics are, simply put, the loudness or softness of a note. This does NOT mean the volume setting on your stereo system. They start to see how the dynamics in music can add the colour and contrast. Exploring Musical Dynamics. Dynamics are used to highlight the structural characteristics of the piece. Finally, the most uncompressed recordings you can get are the HRx DVD master discs from Reference Recordings. I usually apply some … scores such as Also Sprach that push the extremes from ppp to fff). My favorites to use when teaching include: In The Hall Of The Mountain King. Thank you so much selfdivider and pbarach, I love you people. Good classical songs for teaching dynamics should have clear contrasting loud and soft sections. I like your idea of setting the highest peaks to something like -1 dBFS and let the rest of the piece ride where it will. The conductor is James Levine and the cast of singers includes, get this, Cheryl Studer, Jessye Norman, Placido Domingo and Kurt Moll. Can you explain? 1. Classical vs Baroque . Also apart from music recommendation, I shall appreciate the details for CD label/ recording company so I can buy the exact CD. “Surprise” Symphony. It's true that a lot of the earlier digital DG recordings suffer from glare (I'm also thinking of overly-miked Pollini recordings, which I still love for the performances.) Reiner on RCA's pretty hard to beat on Zarathustra, but I also like Haitink (Philips) a lot. (250 words) Reference: Indian art and culture by Nitin Singhania . It is for this reason that harpsichord from the piano was initiated into classical music. By way of reference, many good chamber music recordings have an RMS value of roughly -20dBFS to -25dBFS. Adding Colour & Contrast. Compare and contrast Hindustani classical music with Carnatic music. Why the question: The question is about comparing the two schools of music – Hindustani and Carnatic. Hungarian Dance No. The addition of volume (or dynamic) markings was increasingly common in Classical music giving rise to an ever greater range of expressive possibilities in contrast to the step (loud to quiet or vice-versa), approach to dynamics that Baroque composers exploited to remarkable effect.. Musical structures and forms began to change from Baroque to Classical. Among the recent Strauss discs, Rattle (EMI) is tremendous in Ein Heldenleben. I respectfully disagree with selfdivider's recommendation of Karajan. The discs are now for sale from Reference Recordings. Sometimes i prefer different recordings.Mahler 3 (Zander; Telarc)Mahler 9 (Maazel; Sony)Beethoven 3 (Vanska; BIS--and Vanska's 9th as well, already mentioned)Berlioz: Requiem (Spano; Telarc)Copland: Symphony 3 (Oue; Reference -- or Slatkin; BMG)Mussorgsky Pictures (Oue; Reference -- or Maazel; Telarc)Rachmaninoff: Symphonic Dances (Oue; Reference)Verdi Requiem (Shaw; Telarc)Ravel: Daphnis & Chloe complete (Munch; BMG)Stravinsky: Firebird Suite (Chung; DG)Holst: Planets (Dutoit; Decca)Britten: War Requiem (Hickox; Chandos)Vaughan Williams: Symphony 2 (Hickox; Chandos -- or Previn; Telarc)Debussy: Nocturnes (Boulez; DG)Ravel: Orchestral Music (Skrowaczewski, Minnesota -- this has been reissued on several different labels, and there are maybe 4 CD-fulls of this, all wonderfully recorded and played). But if it's the sonic characteristics one is after primarily, one should definitely stay with contemporary recordings, but that would mean losing out on so much of what's good. I believe this is a better approach than looking for a big, bombastic recording. Forte means loud and piano means soft. Requisite Knowledge Level for Understanding (* being beginner, ***** being expert): *. As far as I know, the list of soundcards that support 24-bit/176.4kHz is pretty short (I know of only two, M-Audio 192 and the LynxTwo). Classical recording with huge/extreme dynamic range? Even assuming one has fired a large bore pistol without hearing protection to experience 120dB+, very few have been in an environment where the ambient level is 25dB. The technique of abruptly switching between very loud and very soft in a composition is generally a feature of Renaissance or early Baroque music. Two Classical Albums You'll Want To Hear In 2021 NPR's resident classical music specialist Tom Huizenga previews two of the albums he's looking forward to spending time with in 2021. I'll inform you guys after the musical feast! We should probably start a new thread on this as we're a bit off topic. The SACD reissues of the old RCA three-track recordings of the CSO, Arthur Rubinstien and others from the late 1950s and early 1960s are generally astounding. Mahler Symphony 9 - Claudio Abbado/Berlin (Deutsches Gram. I guess the best is both, although all red book (CD) recordings will bump up against the 16-bit headroom of that medium anyway rendering the exercise slightly moot. Hi. The texture of Classical and Romantic music can be contrasted. Can my fellow audiophiles recommend me a classical recording with huge/extreme dynamic range? To name just one--the 1940 recording of the Missa Solemnis, with Toscanini. In the year 1750, the Baroque period of music ended, giving way to the Classical era. Something that will be enjoyable but will also test the limits of equipment! Computer playback is not my area of expertise. This means the volume of one portion of the music relative to the volume of another portion of the music. The value of classical music cannot be stressed enough. In this paper, I compare classical and modern-day music through a means of artists, performances, and specific pieces. Oops, I didn't notice that the OP limited himself to CDs. I am not much informed about classical music but I am bored with compressed recordings. Re: Classical recording with huge/extreme dynamic range. dynamic contrast die-NA-mic CON-trast [English] The difference between two, usually extreme, dynamics. Classical music tends to be far more dramatic than Baroque music. Wherein I shall discuss classical music in reference to its performance, general knowledge, recordings, and any other aspect of it that I feel is relevant. So you have your answer. The sound stage is 180-degrees and big and tall, just enormous. Let's start off with a musical definition. For sound quality, I go to something more recent (e.g., Zinman)--but the bad-sounding Toscanini performance is outstanding and unique. Classical music is basically homophobic; for example in Mozart Clarinet Quintet, we can see that the texture is basically homophobic, with a few that is polyphonic, and the pieces shifted 3, there is a gradual change from thin texture to thicker texture. Especially, it can be noticed in music. You recommended quite a few recordings up there. 2 was my R2D4 last year. New recordings most likely to have a large dynamic range are recorded in DSD for issue as SACD, then mixed down to two-channel for the CD version. Maybe he will see this post and will chime in to let us know (I'll also try to remember to check and to post my finding). Turn the volume up and revel in the wonderful energy this recording has! This is probably because of the prominence of the drum set in jazz, which is extremely loud compared to any chamber instrument (and has gotten considerably louder with the advent of rock music) and tends to play at a fairly consistent volume. The dynamics are HUGE and the orchestras are some of the best of the 20th century. )Stravinsky 'Rite of Spring,' - Valery Gergiev/Kirov (Philips)Shostakovich 10 - Karajan/Berlin (DG)Sibelius 5 - Vanska/Lahti (BIS)Beethoven 9 - Vanska/Minnesota (BIS)Arvo Part - Lamentate (ECM)Benjamin Britten "War Requiem" - Rattle (EMI)Verdi Requiem - Abbado (EMI)Brahms "German Requiem" - Klemperer (EMI)Bartok "Concerto for Orchestra" - Reiner (RCA)Beethoven 5&7th symphs - Kleiber (DG)Tchaikovsky 6th Symph - Pletnev (Virgin). For better sound and pretty good performances, there is a bargain box of a LOT of Strauss orchestral music performanced by the Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra under Zinman. Music without dynamic contrast is merely noise, something to be endured as background, not sought out as a destination activity. It isn't bombastic, but does display the full dynamic range of a good orchestra. RR provided the computer playback system and the Berkeley Audio Designs DAC, which they preferred to my Theta Gen. VIII; we used Eggs Works speakers here for review, VTL amplification, my power conditioning/noise lowering gear, and some of my Nordost Valhalla cables. The period of Renaissance (1450 – 1600), known by the works of such composers as Antoine Brumel (1460-1520), John Dowland (1563-1626), Jean de Castro (1540-1611), Claudin de Sermisy (1490-1562), and Thomas Morley (1557-1602), was the fertile ground for the development of art. It was recorded live at the Salzburg Festspiele in 1991. The RMS value of this recording will also be quite low. Good to have as reference. There's a budget disc of Karajan's that has Metamorphosen, 4 Last Songs (w/ Janowitz) and Tod und Verklarung, all in one disc. I have no qualms about moving the volume knob but if it's excessive it can be annoying. In particular, sonata form and its variants were developed during the early classical period and was frequently used. Taschenbuch. My article on the first public demo of this discs will appear in the July Stereophile. Classical Music.net, Naxos, or other online sites and to listen for the characteristics given below. On the Karajan disc, for example, the 4 Last Songs do get a bit bright & shrill. Complete Prokofiev Symphonies by Gergiev (Philips). The instrument commonly called the “piano,” by the way, was originally called a “pianoforte” because it coul… I'm sure others will come to aid! Part of the range gets gobbled up in the fact that all of our equipment has quiescent noise, which adds up. I know many of the pieces recommended further up are dynamic ('bombastic') pieces, but I have no idea how much of the original dynamic range is preserved in the CD transfers. Elgar's Enigma Variations by Barbirolli (EMI). The overall dynamic of jazz is much louder than that of classical music, at least at the chamber music level. Keith_W Member. Again, thank you all. The orchestral performance is dull and so is the sound. Mar 31, 2012 951 5 18 Melbourne, Australia www.whatsbestforum.com. However, we still have plenty left to capture music - even the dynamic extremes of a full orchestra. The term is also applied to the written or printed musical notation used to indicate dynamics. I went searching and came up with this list of 9 classical songs to teach dynamics. Hello:Can my fellow audiophiles recommend me a classical recording with huge/extreme dynamic range?I am not much informed about classical music but I am bored with compressed recordings.I need full orchestra music. I like Brahms Symphony cycle by Abbado, too, on DG. If you do want a CD where a "huge dynamic range" involves sound effects as well as the orchestra, there are a lot of much better Kunzel performances on Telarc, mostly of movie music. It's the 1954 version that's been routinely reissued (most recently as an SACD/CD hybrid). I don't mind great performances in older (even mono) sound, but Karajan's discs are shrill and congested to my ears. Structurally, Classical music generally has a clear musical form, with a well-defined contrast between tonic and dominant, introduced by clear cadences. The very last cut on the album "Genesis 1:5" reaches a huge climax and then fades slowly into the distance. as well as their very popular Juli@. I wholeheartedly agree with you. Unlike the Baroque composers they were not restricted to terraced dynamic. The Romantic era was all about making a big splash, overwhelming audiences with intensely emotional music that included extremes of every kind, including contrasting dynamic levels. In contrast, even though romantic music can be homophobic and polyphonic and most … Tweet. Share Quote. One of the essential characteristics of Classical music is the use of dynamic contrasts in the music. Most of his DG Strauss recordings are afflicted with glassy, glaring, early digital sound--the 1954 Reiner is way better in that respect. One I'd recommend is the Liszt disc by Nojima on Reference. In this era the chord resolutions were at all times the identical, and furthermore the connection between keys, sections, and movements, maintained proportion. In addition to possessing excellent sound, the V. And I left out the Ivan Fischer Mahler recordings on Channel Classics. I suggest that anyone really interested in big dynamics try SACD and DVD-A. They are not all the best performances, but the dynamic range is there. Traditionally, dynamic markings are based on Italian words, although there is nothing wrong with simply writing things like “quietly” or “louder” in the music. Last Updated: 2016-05-24 … With an external DAC you're going to need some interface to get the bistream out. The performance is excellent, but I do think the sound is showing its age. Oh, BTW and OT, the 24/192 DVD-A of Alan Parsons Project's "I Robot" has huge sounds that cover you up. September 18, 2019 By Sara Mullett 2 Comments. Middle Ages (also referred to as medieval music): 800-1400. Corran. No. 1 decade ago What are some good examples of dynamic classical music pieces? Exploring musical dynamics opens up a whole new world to children. The only issue with these files is that they are 24-bit/176.4kHz. I took this to be what the original questioner was asking for, but on reflection I'm not so sure. Kindly only recommend CDs, no SACD, DVD-A, LP. Classical Music vs.Modern Music Classical and Modern music have many differences as well as similarities. http://forum.stereophile.com/forum/showflat.php?Cat=0&Number=40843&an=0&page=0#Post40843. The system used by RR includes a Lynx AES/EBU interface card in the PC coupled to a Berkeley Audio Design DAC - not exactly common audiophile componentry. Telarc, which issues recordings in both formats, is thus a natural here. The Renaissance preserved the antique tradition to value vocal music. Part of the available dynamic range gets used up as headroom. Kindly only recommend CDs, no SACD, DVD-A, LP. The main goal of this time was to revive the rich culture of Antique world and bring it to new heights. The sound stage starts at 180-degrees and slowly collapses down to about 5-degrees at the final decay. 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