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Editorial for August 2013
Published on August 01, 2013

With the cooperation of Naxos, a gorgeous 8-DVD Jubilee Box of performances all over the world led by famed conductor Claudio Abbado will be this month’s drawing/giveaway for three lucky readers. To be eligible, all you need do is register on our simple form this month. Works of Beethoven, Mahler, Bruckner, Brahms and Bach are […]


Editorial for July 2013
Published on July 01, 2013

Two exciting jazz SACDs will be in the hands of ten AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers next month who register this month on our simple form.  Both from Chesky Records, they benefit from the label’s minimalist miking techniques and will make an outstanding addition to any audiophile collection. Cobbs Corner is a swinging quartet led by drummer […]


Editorial for June 2013
Published on May 31, 2013

Evelyne Crochet’s 2006 recordings for Music & Arts of Books I & II of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier will go to ten AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers who register this month on our simple form. Educated in her native France, Ms. Crochet studied with Nadia Boulanger and Edwin Fischer and was brought by Rudolf Serkin to the U.S., […]


Editorial for May 2013
Published on May 01, 2013

Beethoven couldn’t totally escape Mozart’s influence on especially his earlier works. All of his Symphonies (including the Ode to Joy of the Ninth—which has become the anthem for Europe), plus the inventive Piano Concertos and his Overtures are found in the 12-CD box set from Naxos which we are awarding to five lucky AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers who register this month on our simple form and fill […]


Editorial for April 2013
Published on April 01, 2013

Wagner aficionados will want to have this month’s drawing/giveaway. It is for all four Wagner music dramas making up The Ring, on 14 CDs from Opera d’Oro. Clemens Krauss conducts the leading soloists and the Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus in 1953, and the set features four newly-translated complete librettos in English, plus a fifth […]


Editorial for March 2013
Published on March 01, 2013

Conductor Pieter Jan Leusink calls this month’s drawing “the greatest and most humanly moving corpus of sacred music ever written.” It is a 50-CD! set of all 200 Bach Sacred Cantatas (which survived from about 300 originally) on Brilliant Records, and in early April it will go out to two lucky readers who register this […]


Editorial for February 2013
Published on February 01, 2013

A special collection of Great Piano Concertos will be part of the library of five AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers early next month who register using our simple form this month.  Honoring the 25th anniversary of Naxos Records, the ten-CD box set draws on their huge catalog of piano concerto recordings and provides a fine introduction to the […]


Editorial for January 2013
Published on January 01, 2013

A stunning updated three-volume set of the complete Beethoven Symphonies conducted by Otto Klemperer in stereo will soon be part of the libraries of five readers thruout the world who register using our simple form this month. The winners will be emailed a code for the Pristine Audio site, where they can select whether they […]


Editorial for December 2012
Published on December 01, 2012

A lavish 20-CD boxed set from EMI, entirely of complete works by American composers, will be awarded to three AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers in this month’s drawing/giveaway. It is titled Imaginary Landscapes – Sounds of America, and includes such gems as Bernstein’s music from Candide and West Side Story, Barber’s Adagio for Strings, John Adams’ The […]


Editorial for November 2012
Published on November 01, 2012

The November drawing/giveaway is the award of two DVDs from Eagle Rock Entertainment: Peter Gabriel’s Secret World – a two-hour-12 minute 1993 concert (reviewed here), and The Doobie Brothers – Let the Music Play – with live performances of many of their hits, plus a rockumentary running over two hours. Three AUDIOPHILE AUDITION readers will […]




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