Bear Family remains active. I'm just listening to their new Lovey's Band
From: Randy Lane
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 1:18 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Labels that are actively making new transfers of
historical recordings of classical music
I continually see new remasterings from Tahra, Testament, Orfeo, Audite,
and Hänssler to name a few. Many are actually very good cleaned up radio
broadcasts, but there's an occasional commercial studio reissue in
remastered sound also.
Sadly the recent release by EMI France of a 40 CD Alfred Cortot Edtion is
probably the last of their remarkable run of artist-centered boxed sets
feautring all new remasterings.
Frequently Australian Eloquence releases material from the Universal legacy
of classical music (mostly DG, Decca, and Philips) that have never had
international CD renderings previously.
On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 11:37 AM, Frank Forman
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> I am pretty sure that Pristine, Music & Arts, Naxos are doing more than
> reissuing old CDs, but I think other labels are basically defunct. If you
> know of others, please let me know about new, fresh transfers and when
> were issued.