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The Film Music of Sir Richard Rodney Bennett

Раздел: Саундтреки к Фильмам  •  Автор: sound67  •  от 19.04.2021
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Обложка к альбому - The Film Music of Sir Richard Rodney Bennett

Названия альбома: The Film Music of Sir Richard Rodney Bennett
Исполнители: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Rumon Gamba
Композиторы: Richard Rodney Bennett
Год выпуска альбома: 2000
Год выхода фильма: Various (1967-1994)
Жанр: Score
Количество треков: 7
Длительность звучания: 01:09:46

Носитель: Audio CD
Количество носителей: 1 x CD
Издатель ( лейбл ): Chandos - CHAN 9867

Lossless аудио формат: FLAC ( tracks + .log ( image ) )
Битрейт: Lossless / 2 channels / 16 bit / 44.1 kHz
Размер архива: ≈ 260 МБ ( Добавлена информация для восстановления )

Треклист

01. BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Rumon Gamba - Murder on the Orient Express
02. BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Rumon Gamba - Far from the Madding Crowd
03. BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Rumon Gamba - Lady Caroline Lamb - Elegy for Viola and Orchestra, I. Molto vivo – Lento – Alla marcia – Lento
04. BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Rumon Gamba - Lady Caroline Lamb - Elegy for Viola and Orchestra, II. Maestoso – Andante con moto – Poco agitato – Alla breve
05. BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Rumon Gamba - Nicole's Theme from 'Tender Is the Night'
06. BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Rumon Gamba - Enchanted April
07. BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Rumon Gamba - Love Scene from 'Four Weddings and a Funeral'
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ID-12320  /  20.04.2021 - 10:59
Some people have asked: The rip is accurate. See my logfile:

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ID-12321  /  20.04.2021 - 21:40
Hi,

I got that with CUEtool :

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One Punch Man!
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ID-12322  /  20.04.2021 - 23:27
sound67, if we talk about your own rips, then the problem is most likely in the software with which you split initially good image into tracks. I don’t know, what software you used, but I know, that not all splitting software does it correctly. For example, I noticed a long time ago, that "Medieval CUE Splitter" was not splitting tracks correctly and I personally no longer use it.

I checked all "Chandos Movies" albums, which you sent, which I had and which can be compared with the AccurateRip database:



I don’t know which of the problem rips (that do not have .cue / .log files in folder) are your purchases and own CD rips. Of course, digital purchases can no longer be fixed, but if you decide to do re-rips, this information will help you. In any case, I personally have no alternative yet, and this collection is very rare and should be published.😀

If I find an alternative, I will notify everyone.
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"Therefore, the Lord God banished Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden and placed a flaming sword to protect the tree of life."
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ID-12323  /  20.04.2021 - 23:55
Yes Sound67, many thanks for this Chandos collection it's the most important :-)
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One Punch Man!
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ID-12324  /  21.04.2021 - 10:44
I did indeed use Medieval Cue Splitter to split the ripped images in the early 2010s, and never had a real problem (i.e. something you can actually hear). Then I started ripping the tracks individually.
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ID-12327  /  23.04.2021 - 22:18
So, I did my test by splitting 5 images into tracks in 4 programs.
After splitting, in all 5 tests I received the status:
Medieval Cue Splitter - disk not present in database.
AIMP Audio Converter - all tracks are Accurately ripped.
XRecode II - all tracks are Accurately ripped.
CUETools - all tracks are Accurately ripped.

Note 1. One album with (HTOA), splited in AIMP Audio Converter and XRecode II, got the following check result:


The same album, splited in CUETools, got the following check result:

The audio content, checked in foobar2000 with Binary Comparator, got the result: All tracks decoded fine, no differences found.


Note 2. Medieval Cue Splitter never preserves the original length of the tracks. And here is a comparison of splitting with different program settings and reference tracks from CUETools. Yes, the difference is small, it is often several hundred samples, but it is!

Once again I was convinced, that CUETools is the best choice for splitting and, that Medieval Cue Splitter is evil.
For publication on 3ost, I never split images into tracks and always published content as I found it.
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"Therefore, the Lord God banished Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden and placed a flaming sword to protect the tree of life."
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ID-12330  /  24.04.2021 - 02:24
If anyone else reads these comments, then I got the original image of this album from sound67 (download links already replaced), but it contains identical problem in the last track. So, in this case, the problem is not with splitting. Maybe the problem on physical CD, or it’s not a problem at all and it's another CD print, which is not yet in the AccurateRip database.
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"Therefore, the Lord God banished Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden and placed a flaming sword to protect the tree of life."
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ID-12332  /  25.04.2021 - 12:47
I ripped the CD BEFORE it even was in the Accurate Ripo database (As I was also the first tro rip several hundreds of opthers before they were), because I bought it immediately after it was released.
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