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Classical CD Choice Disc of the Month

When the Tacet label extols the virtues of its ‘real surround sound’, it is speaking with nothing less than the absolute truth. The company’s policy of placing the listener absolutely central in any musical experience – in other words, utilising all available channels of the SACD medium for more than just ambience and locating the instruments both behind and in front of the listener — has at times been a controversial one, but the impressive results speak for themselves. For those with a proper equipment (and that naturally includes classical listeners with a taste for the richest and most comprehensive reproduction of sound values), the Tacet discs are a truly exhilarating listening experience. That is very much the case with these pointed and athletic performances of two of Mozart’s best loved symphonies. Part of the success of the Tacet label is the fact that with this particular recording method, every strand of the orchestration can be heard with total clarity – and this Mozart disc is the perfect calling card.

Barry Forshaw

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