The Masters Come Alive

Lehrman, Paul D.
December 2005
Mix;Dec2005, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p28
The article presents the new recordings of the old musicians. The discussion includes the explanation on the point of restoring a historical music recording and the transcribing of the symphony orchestra. The author also includes information on famous musicians and the recent piece the artists are working on.


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