Jul 15

產品名稱: 呂方代表演唱會 Live (SACD)
歌手名稱: 呂方 (歌手)
推出日期: 2016-08-31
語言: 粵語
製作來源地: 中國香港
光碟格式: Super Audio CD
出品商: 新力 (HK)

已有一段長時間沒有推出唱片和歌曲的呂方,於2015年9月4日至5日在香港紅館舉行兩場《呂方代表演唱會》,是他繼2011年演唱會《Touching Moment》後再踏紅館舞台。今次演唱會除了演唱他的首本名曲之外,還翻唱多位歌手的經典金曲,包括陳百強、林憶蓮、梅艷芳、杜麗莎等,希望給歌迷一些新鮮感。

內容簡介/曲目
呂方代表演唱會

由168 Production & Engineering Services Ltd、Hong Kong Marketing Group Corporation及湯臣國際娛樂有限公司主辦之《呂方代表演唱會2015》,於去年9月4及5日假紅磡香港體育館舉行,叫好叫座、好評如潮!闊別紅館4年的呂方,在演唱會上除演繹了自己的經典歌曲外, 亦演澤了一些經典金曲及別人的〈代表作〉送給觀眾及歌迷,所以演唱會的名稱《呂方代表演唱會》中的「代表」亦是由此而生。除此以外,呂方也邀請了他十分尊敬的汪明荃小姐及徐小鳳小姐出席演唱會作嘉賓,分享他入行這32年來的演藝歷程。音樂總監倫永亮更出席親身力撐好友,一齊 Jam 歌。他們選唱了梅艷芳的〈不信愛有罪〉、陳百強的〈偏偏喜歡你〉、杜麗莎的〈仍然記得嗰一次〉及吳國敬的〈我說過要你快樂〉。此外,呂方亦在這演唱會上融合電子樂隊與香港流行管弦樂團作現場動人演繹。

更由殿堂級製作班底: 監製劉賢德〈HiFi德〉 x音樂總監倫永亮,國際頂級發燒制版專家Sangwook Sunny Nam at Jacobs Well Mastering負責製作,德國壓製 (CD & SACD) 。

德國壓碟Hybrid SACD

01. 別了秋天
02. 流浪花
03. 偏偏喜歡你
04. 地久天長
05. 彎彎的月亮
06. 不信愛有罪
07. 仍然記得嗰一次
08. 願
09. 我說過要你快樂
10. 聽不到的説話
11. 老情歌
12. 朋友別哭

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Jul 15

產品名稱: 顧嘉輝音樂名作
歌手名稱: 顧嘉煇 | 純音樂
推出日期: 2013

収録内容

01. 勇敢的中国人 THE BRAVE CHINESE
02. 乗風破浪 MOVE ON
03. 忘尽心中情 I’LL NEVER FALL IN LOVE AGAIN
04. 家変 A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME
05. 心有千千結 THIS ACHING HEART
06. 帝女花 THE PRINCESS OF MING
07. 輪流転 THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE
08. 京華春夢 ILLUSIVE DREAMS OF SPRING
09. 小李飛刀 ROMANTIC SWORDSMAN
10. 天虹 RAINBOW
11. 楚留香 THE SENTIMENTAL SWORDSMAN
12. 狂潮 HOTEL
13. 近代豪侠伝 LEGEND OF THE HEROIC KNIGHTS
14. 倚天屠龍記 THE HEAVEN SWORD THE DRAGON SABRE
15. 千王之王 THE SHELL GAME
16. 啼笑因縁 THE FATAL IRONY

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Jul 15

產品名稱: Recall (SACD) (限量編號版)
歌手名稱: 彭家麗 (歌手)
推出日期: 2016-08-05
語言: 粵語
製作來源地: 中國香港
光碟格式: Super Audio CD
出品商: 新力 (HK)

Yesasia

彭家麗兩年前復出,憑《It’s All About Angela Pang》再次受到關注,兩年後再推Hi-Fi發燒專輯。《Recall》找來夏韶聲出任監製,以《諳》天碟系列的班底灌錄這張翻唱大碟,Angela重新演繹葉蒨文原唱的「情人知己」、鍾鎮濤「不可以不想你」、陳百強「有了你 」、鄺美雲「堆積情感」、劉若英「很愛很愛你」等十首天王天后的金曲。全碟在美國重新混音,首批歐洲壓碟。

內容簡介/曲目
Angela Pang彭家麗 2016全新發燒天碟Recall
首批1,000張均付獨立編號以 Hybrid SACD盤發行
全部原裝歐洲壓碟!
樂迷必要收藏!

01. 情人知己
02. 不可以不想你
03. 有了你
04. 堆積情感
05. 很愛很愛你
06. 餘情未了
07. 情歸何處
08. 我心不死
09. 別問我是誰
10. 你是我的男人

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Jul 15

Franz Schubert – Symphonies Nos 1 & 2 – Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Thomas Dausgaard (2014)
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 76:35 minutes | Digital Booklet | 3,52 GB

On the final disc of a complete cycle, Thomas Dausgaard and the Swedish Chamber Orchestra offer us their readings of Franz Schubert’s first two symphonies. Written between 1813 and 1815, by a composer still in his teens, both works exemplify the influences of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven on the young man – something which was long regarded as a weakness: until well into the twentieth century (with just a few exceptions) their existence was of interest primarily to archivists. They nevertheless contain abundant proof of Schubert’s melodic genius – for instance in the Andante of Symphony No.1 – and other trademarks of the composer are already in evidence: his beloved ‘Wanderer’ rhythm in the finale of the Second Symphony, and throughout his confident and individual handling of form and harmony. The previous three discs in the cycle have met with critical acclaim and distinctions, with many reviewers welcoming the fresh approach towards the undisputed masterpieces (the ‘Unfinished’ and the ‘Great C major’) as well as to the less familiar earlier works. The present disc include two fillers, of which one is the rarely heard Funeral March from the unfinished opera Adrast from 1819-20, Schubert’s second attempt in the genre. Far better known is the closing work, the well-loved ‘Rosamunde Overture’. Composed around the same time as Adrast, it was actually part of the music to the melodrama Die Zauberharfe, but has later become associated with the incidental music to Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern, which Schubert would write some three years later.

Tracklist:
Symphony No.1 in D major, D82 (1813)
01 I. Adagio – Allegro vivace 10:52
02 II. Andante 06:43
03 III. Menuetto. Allegretto 04:06
04 IV. Allegro vivace 05:56
05 Funeral March from Adrast, D137 (1819–20) 04:34
Symphony No.2 in B flat major, D125 (1814–15)
06 I. Largo – Allegro vivace 14:12
07 II. Andante 08:26
08 III. Menuetto. Allegro vivace 03:00
09 IV. Presto vivace 08:23
10 Die Zauberharfe, Overture (‘Rosamunde’ Overture) 10:23

Personnel:
Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Örebro
Thomas Dausgaard conductor

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Jul 15

Franz Schubert – Symphonies Nos 1 & 2 – Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Thomas Dausgaard (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 76:35 minutes | 1.28 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet | Source: eClassical
Genre: Classical | Recorded: June 2013 at the Örebro Concert Hall, Sweden

On the final disc of a complete cycle, Thomas Dausgaard and the Swedish Chamber Orchestra offer us their readings of Franz Schubert’s first two symphonies. Written between 1813 and 1815, by a composer still in his teens, both works exemplify the influences of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven on the young man – something which was long regarded as a weakness: until well into the twentieth century (with just a few exceptions) their existence was of interest primarily to archivists. They nevertheless contain abundant proof of Schubert’s melodic genius – for instance in the Andante of Symphony No.1 – and other trademarks of the composer are already in evidence: his beloved ‘Wanderer’ rhythm in the finale of the Second Symphony, and throughout his confident and individual handling of form and harmony. The previous three discs in the cycle have met with critical acclaim and distinctions, with many reviewers welcoming the fresh approach towards the undisputed masterpieces (the ‘Unfinished’ and the ‘Great C major’) as well as to the less familiar earlier works. The present disc include two fillers, of which one is the rarely heard Funeral March from the unfinished opera Adrast from 1819-20, Schubert’s second attempt in the genre. Far better known is the closing work, the well-loved ‘Rosamunde Overture’. Composed around the same time as Adrast, it was actually part of the music to the melodrama Die Zauberharfe, but has later become associated with the incidental music to Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern, which Schubert would write some three years later.

Tracklist:
Symphony No.1 in D major, D82 (1813)
01 I. Adagio – Allegro vivace 10:52
02 II. Andante 06:43
03 III. Menuetto. Allegretto 04:06
04 IV. Allegro vivace 05:56
05 Funeral March from Adrast, D137 (1819–20) 04:34
Symphony No.2 in B flat major, D125 (1814–15)
06 I. Largo – Allegro vivace 14:12
07 II. Andante 08:26
08 III. Menuetto. Allegro vivace 03:00
09 IV. Presto vivace 08:23
10 Die Zauberharfe, Overture (‘Rosamunde’ Overture) 10:23

Personnel:
Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Örebro
Thomas Dausgaard conductor

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Jul 15

Robert Schumann – Symphonies Nos 3 & 4 – Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Thomas Dausgaard (2008)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44.1 kHz | Time – 75:00 minutes | 684 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover | Source: eClassical
Recorded: October 2006 (Manfred), May 2007 (Symphony No.3), May & August 2007 (Symphony No.4), August 2007 (Hermann und Dorothea) at the Örebro Concert Hall, Sweden

For some years, Thomas Dausgaard and his Swedish Chamber Orchestra have been developing their project ‘Opening Doors’, performing symphonies and other orchestral works from the Romantic era with the smaller-than-usual forces of a modern-day chamber orchestra. It has been possible to sample the results of this approach in various music centres around the world during the team’s extensive tours, as well as on disc. The present disc is the fourth of their Opening Doors recordings and at the same time the closing disc of a ‘series within a series’ – a triptych featuring Schumann’s complete symphonies. Previous instalments have been praised for the freshness of the interpretations. ‘A brilliant recording, which overturns common and oft-repeated judgements regarding Schumann the symphonist’ was the reaction of the reviewer on German website Klassik Heute, while the review of the second disc in International Record Review included the following prediction: ‘If the final disc maintains such excellence, this could well be the Schumann cycle to have.’

Here now is that final Schumann disc, which includes the ‘Rhenish’ Symphony (No.3) as well the fourth symphony in its final 1851 version. (The original version was actually composed in 1841 as the composer’s second work in the genre, and is included on BIS-SACD-1519.) Besides the two symphonic works this generously filled disc also includes two shorter pieces. The Manfred overture opens Schumann’s music to Byron’s dramatic poem: regarded by Clara Schumann as ‘one of the most poetic and most gripping of Robert’s pieces’, it is the only part of the extensive score that is regularly performed. In the case of Hermann und Dorothea, it was a work by Goethe that provided the inspiration. Originally conceived as an opera about two lovers in the confusion after the French Revolution, it was in the end reduced to a concert overture, which prominently features the Marseillaise.

Tracklist:
Symphony No.3 in E flat major (‘Rhenish’), Op.97
1. I. Lebhaft 8’18
2. II. Scherzo. Sehr mäßig 5’20
3. III. Nicht schnell 4’48
4. IV. Feierlich 4’47
5. V. Lebhaft 5’30
6. Overture to ‘Manfred’, Op.115 11’07
7. Hermann und Dorothea, Overture, Op.126 8’53

Symphony No.4 in D minor, Op.120 (final version, 1851)
8. I. Ziemlich langsam – Lebhaft – 9’38
9. II. Romanze. Ziemlich langsam – 3’34
10. III. Scherzo. Lebhaft – 5’26
11. IV. Langsam – Lebhaft 7’39

Personnel:
Svenska Kammarorkestern, orchestra
Thomas Dausgaard, conductor

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