Just a friendly reminder that you still have Two Weeks Left to take advantage of our End of Summer Sale!
End of Summer Sale!
It is becoming an end-of-summer tradition — we’re having a SALE! Buy two or more items and save 20% on your entire order! EVERYTHING on our site is eligible* and the more you order, the more you save!
Sale ends on the first day of autumn, September 23rd at NOON Pacific Daylight Time!
For other news and to order securely online, visit RR’s website
Sale includes our new releases and new format releases (except for the Mastercuts LP Series):
RR’s NEWEST CD RELEASE:
The Bowie Variations
…is a magical jazz piano tribute to David Bowie and is getting great press! “…each and every track is surprising, involving, and just superb…and what a recording it is! This HDCD-encoded disc is perhaps the best-sounding piano disc I have ever encountered…If you’re a Bowie fan, you should hear this disc. If you’re a fan of jazz you should, too. And even if you just want to hear just how good a CD can sound, with a disc able to push your system to its limits, this is one you should have.” –Andrew Everard, What Hi-Fi – complete review
Concord Chamber Music Society
“It gives me great pride to announce the release of the Concord Chamber Music Society’s first recording project. It was an exhilarating experience to play in Mechanics Hall, collaborate with Chris Brubeck and Michael Gandolfi, and work with the exceptional Reference Recordings team.” –Wendy Putnam, CCMS founder.
These new works by Chris Brubeck and Michael Gandolfi, two of America’s most-commissioned composers, are both accessible and adventurous. Grammy award winning engineer “Prof.” Keith Johnson did an outstanding job of recording this music in the superb natural acoustics of Mechanics Hall in Worcester, Massachusetts, an historic 19th-century landmark. Johnson’s approach exemplifies the label’s pursuit of the absolute sound: capturing special music in outstanding spaces.
New HRx Titles!
Concord Chamber Music Society:
These new works by Chris Brubeck and Michael Gandolfi, two of America’s most-commissioned composers, are both accessible and adventurous. Grammy award winning engineer “Prof.” Keith Johnson did an outstanding job of recording this music in the superb natural acoustics of Mechanics Hall in Worcester, Massachusetts, an historic 19th-century landmark.
Nojima Plays Liszt
A true gem from the RR catalog!
The CD of this title was named “Best Recording of the Month” by Stereo Review when it was released in 1988. It was described as “A stunning demonstration of technique put at the service of profoundly musical ends.” Minoru Nojima remains one of Japan’s most internationally respected pianists.