Re: VSL & Bosendorfer

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Re: VSL & Bosendorfer

Post by matto » Sat Dec 09, 2006 6:59 am

Interesting...I find the Boesendorfer demos a bit disappointing...judging from them I feel the Post "Emperor" better captures the 290's sound.The Organ is great. Don't think Bach would mind...for one thing he seems to have held the Toccata and Fugue in rather low esteem and regarded this early work as nothing but a compositionally incoherent display of virtuosity...what he would later refer to as "Clavier Hussaren" music.

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Re: VSL & Bosendorfer

Post by zircon » Sun Dec 10, 2006 6:47 pm

Definitely not feeling this new offering from VSL. Seems rather bloated too; we haven't needed 5-way round robin sampling for pianos to make them sound realistic before, I don't think we need them now.

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