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Beethoven - The Very Best Of Beethoven (2005) [FLAC] dussin
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      Beethoven - The Very Best Of Beethoven (2005) [FLAC] dussin

   For many people, Beethoven is the greatest composer who ever lived.
   His music reflects his titanic personality and his heroism in the
   face of adversity. This enticing collection offers a 2 CD overview
   of his most important works, including his ground-breaking Symphonies
   and Piano Concertos, and his gigantic choral epics such as the
   "Ode to Joy" from Symphony No. 9 "Choral".



   //Disc 1
 101 - Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67: I. Allegro con brio
 102 - Egmont, Op. 84: Overture
 103 - Piano Sonata No. 14 in C sharp minor, Op. 27, No. 2,
       "Moonlight": I. Adagio sostenuto
 104 - String Quartet No. 9 in C major, Op. 59/3,
       "Razumovsky": IV. Allegro molto
 105 - Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61: III. Rondo: Allegro
 106 - Fidelio, Op. 72, Act I: No. 9 Abscheulicher! wo eilst du hin
 107 - Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13,
       "Pathetique": II. Adagio cantabile
 108 - Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68,
       "Pastoral": I. Pleasant, cheerful feelings aroused on approaching
       the countryside: Allegro ma non troppo
 109 - Violin Sonata No. 9 in A major, Op. 47,
       "Kreutzer": III. Finale: Presto
 110 - Piano Concerto No. 5 in E flat major, Op. 73,
       "Emperor": Rondo: Allegro

   //Disc 2
 201 - Symphony No. 3
       in E flat major, Op. 55, "Eroica": III. Scherzo: Allegro vivace
 202 - Bagatelle in A minor, WoO 59, "Fur Elise"
 203 - Mass in D major, Op. 123, "Missa Solemnis": Benedictus
 204 - Violin Sonata No. 5 in F major, Op. 24,
       "Spring": II. Adagio molto espressivo
 205 - Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58: III. Rondo (Vivace)
 206 - Andante in F major, WoO 57, "Andante favori"
 207 - Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto
 208 - Piano Trio No. 7 in B flat major, Op. 97, "Archduke": II. Scherzo
 209 - Cello Sonata No. 3 in A major, Op. 69: III.
       Adagio cantabile - Allegro vivace
 210 - Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125,
       "Choral": IV. Finale: Presto - Allegro assai (excerpt)



 source....: CD, released 2005
 app.......: foobar2000 v1.1.9
 codec.....: flac 1.2.1
 encoding..: lossless

 flac level 8.
 embedded front cover album art, 500x500.

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//Mr_KeFF
Great torrent, FLAC quality mostly around 500 kbps


Thanks for the upload i just wish it was in a different format
thank you! FLAC rulez !!
thank you so much sir
There are plenty of free utilities that will downgrade FLAC files to other formats.
Thank you.
Nice try, but IT IS FAKE!!

Proofs: http://bayimg.com/maKCmAaEp
FAKE
Amazing, thank you!@!!
thank you!
fake flac, you sir, suck ass!
Running those programs don't mean shit, the only sure way to know is to look at the log file of rip.
This is a real FLAC. I have visually inspected the audio files with a spectrum analyzer. The files have high frequency components which do not show signs of filtering by a low pass filter. There are frequency components present all the way up to 22kHz which indicates a good FLAC with a sampling frequency of 44.1kHz.

The programs that inexperienced people use are flawed and are not designed for analyzing classical music (only modern pop/rock type music). As classical music consists of real instruments, many which don't reach even close to 22kHz (most only go to 10kHz or less), these programs may detect this and incorrectly indicate a roll off in frequencies. Well, If you look at the spectrum of the audio files, you can see that the frequency components naturally decay in amplitude as they approach the higher frequencies up to 22kHz. Even though most instruments produce a fundamental frequency that is nowhere near 22kHz, there are overtones/harmonics and other information such as hiss and the ambience of the soundstage that are present in this range. So still, there are very high frequency components in the audio files that have not been filtered out so this is a real FLAC.

Normally audio files are compressed by filtering out the very high frequencies. (16kHz and higher on 128kbps mp3 and 19kHz and higher for 320kbps mp3). If filtering has been performed, you will see an incredibly sharp decay in amplitude at frequencies around the filter cut off (16kHz for 128mp3, 19kHz for 320mp3). There is no cut off at even 19kHz as the frequencies still extend to 22kHz which is the limit for audio files with a 44.1kHz sampling frequency (this is why audiophiles prefer 192kHz sampling rate). Therefore, these are real FLACs (take it from an engineer).
This is a real FLAC. I have visually inspected the audio files with a spectrum analyzer. The files have high frequency components which do not show signs of filtering by a low pass filter. There are frequency components present all the way up to 22kHz which indicates a good FLAC with a sampling frequency of 44.1kHz.

The programs that inexperienced people use are flawed and are not designed for analyzing classical music (only modern pop/rock type music). As classical music consists of real instruments, many which don't reach even close to 22kHz (most only go to 10kHz or less), these programs may detect this and incorrectly indicate a roll off in frequencies. Well, If you look at the spectrum of the audio files, you can see that the frequency components naturally decay in amplitude as they approach the higher frequencies up to 22kHz. Even though most instruments produce a fundamental frequency that is nowhere near 22kHz, there are overtones/harmonics and other information such as hiss and the ambience of the soundstage that are present in this range. So still, there are very high frequency components in the audio files that have not been filtered out so this is a real FLAC.

Normally audio files are compressed by filtering out the very high frequencies. (16kHz and higher on 128kbps mp3 and 19kHz and higher for 320kbps mp3). If filtering has been performed, you will see an incredibly sharp decay in amplitude at frequencies around the filter cut off (16kHz for 128mp3, 19kHz for 320mp3). There is no cut off at even 19kHz as the frequencies still extend to 22kHz which is the limit for audio files with a 44.1kHz sampling frequency (this is why audiophiles prefer 192kHz sampling rate). Therefore, these are real FLACs (take it from an engineer).

Proof: http://bayimg.com/GACNEAAfH
Oh and by the way, I also use Sennheiser HD 800 to listen to the files and they sound like very high quality audio files.
@brendl

sounds like you appreciate quality....


@JanOve2011
thanks for the upload ;°)
EXCELENTEEE!!!
This is brilliant! I love the difference between the top 100 lossy music (Katy Perry, Myley Cyrus, Drake) and 100 FLAC music (Beethoven, Eric Clapton, Peter Gabriel). It says a lot about those who are serious about their music, and those who are mere sheeple.
for elise amaziong .................... thank you
u are right miley cirus, katy perry is a motherfucker, asshole singer . know nothing about the original music.. i mean classic
Merci pour cette superbe musique !
The "best of" (L O L) Beethoven in 20 tracks, that's fucking retarded. Only complete noobs would download this.
Download his complete works if you really like classical music.
Thank You, albeit from a "fucking retarded", the quality is really good.
Very good, but I wish they kept the compositions full, I will download complete Beethoven's work instead.
thnx