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CD88773 Frank Martin's oratorio Golgotha - 1993 performance

CD88773  Frank Martin's oratorio Golgotha - 1993 performance
CD88773 Frank Martin's oratorio Golgotha - 1993 performance
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CD88773 Frank Martin's oratorio Golgotha - 1993 performance

ultur Radio broadcast a 22 March 1993 performance of Frank Martin's oratorio Golgotha on 17 April 2011. The venue was the Berliner Philharmonie.

Lena Lootens (soprano) Mechthild Georg (alto) Alexander Stevenson (tenor) Michel Brodard (baritone) Hans Peter Scheidegger (bass)

Martin Steinert, organ Chor der St. Hedwigs-Kathedrale Berlin Berliner Symphoniker Alois Koch

It lasts one and a half hours and proceeds without a break.

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Technical details: Satellite broadcast, recorded directly to satellite receiver's hard drive, transferred via home network to the computer's hard drive. The ts file was demuxed by ProjectX, and the resulting mp2 (320 kbps, 48kHz) stream was edited using mp3DirectCut. A 44.1kHz wav stream was made using dBpoweramp Music Converter. After editing the wav stream was converted to mp3 (320bps/44.1kHz) and flac (495 kbps, 16bit, 44.1kHz) by Goldwave.

Thanks to File Splitter & Joiner for splitting the files.

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