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Isao Suzuki Sextet - Ako's Dream (1976) {2013 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec Remaster, THCD-248}

Isao Suzuki Sextet - Ako's Dream (1976) {2013 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec Remaster, THCD-248}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 205 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 85 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 30 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1976, 2013 Three Blind Mice / Sony Music Japan | THCD-248 | LP TBM-76
Jazz / Fusion / Post Bop / Cello

Three Blind Mice Blu-spec CD reissue series. Limited paper sleeve edition. With his stunning debut album Blow Up in 1973, bassist Isao Suzuki quickly became a star musician in the roster of the Three Blind Mice label. Ako's Dream was his seventh album, and as the jacket and the title suggest, it is dedicated to his young baby girl named Ako.

Suzuki GS500E Twin Service and Repair Manual: 89 To 97 (Haynes Manuals)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by insetes at Jan. 4, 2020
Suzuki GS500E Twin Service and Repair Manual: 89 To 97 (Haynes Manuals)

Suzuki GS500E Twin Service and Repair Manual: 89 To 97 (Haynes Manuals) By Matthew Coombs
1998 | 256 Pages | ISBN: 185960238X | PDF | 82 MB
Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki - J.S. Bach - St. John Passion, BWV 245 (2020) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Bach Collegium Japan & Masaaki Suzuki - J.S. Bach- St. John Passion, BWV 245 (2020) [Official Digital Download 24/96]
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Front Cover | Time - 01:44:20 minutes | 1,91 GB
Classical | Label: BIS, Official Digital Download

Suzuki presents the 1749 version of the St. John Passion, a work that underwent many changes since its first performance in 1724. This fourth version, performed at the end of Bach's life, represents his ultimate vision of this great work. (Suzuki includes in an appendix three arias from the 1725 version that Bach removed from this later version.)

Masaaki Suzuki - Bach: Organ Works, Vol. 3 (2019)  Music

Posted by Fizzpop at Aug. 1, 2019
Masaaki Suzuki - Bach: Organ Works, Vol. 3 (2019)

Masaaki Suzuki - Bach: Organ Works, Vol. 3 (2019)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) 364 MB | Cover | 01:17:34 | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 181 MB
Classical, Instrumental | Label: BIS

Born within a couple of years of each other, Gottfried Silbermann and Johann Sebastian Bach were acquainted, and we know that Silbermann in 1736 invited the composer to inaugurate the new organ that he had built in Dresden’s Frauenkirche. That instrument was destroyed during the bombing of Dresden in 1945, but some thirty of Silbermann’s organs are still extant. From robust pedal stops providing a sturdy bass fundament to silvery flute stops, his instruments were famous for their distinctive sound and contemporary sources often made use of a play on the name of their maker as they praised their ‘Silberklang’. Silbermann was based in Freiberg with his workshop only a stone’s throw away from the cathedral, where he built his first great organ in 1714.

Suzuki Piano School, Vol. 1 - 7  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Free butterfly at Aug. 14, 2020
Suzuki Piano School, Vol. 1 - 7


Suzuki Piano School, Vol. 1 - 7 by Shinichi Suzuki

ISBN: 0874874734 | 253 pages | PDF | February 1, 1996 | English | 22 Mb
Masaaki Suzuki, Bach Collegium Japan - Kuhnau, Zelenka, J.S. Bach: Magnificat (1999)

Masaaki Suzuki, Bach Collegium Japan - Kuhnau, Zelenka, J.S. Bach: Magnificat (1999)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 333 Mb | Total time: 71:31 | Scans included
Classical | Label: BIS | # BIS-CD-1011 | Recorded: 1998

Bach's setting of the Magnificat is one of his most often-recorded vocal works; as a rule, it's paired with one of Bach's lavishly scored festal cantatas. (The Easter Oratorio seems to be a current favorite.) Masaaki Suzuki and the Bach Collegium Japan had a different idea: they've paired Bach's Magnificat with roughly contemporary settings by Johann Kuhnau, who was Bach's immediate predecessor in Leipzig, and Jan Dismas Zelenka, who was a composer at the court of Saxony in Dresden. Zelenka is an interesting composer, among the most underrated of the Baroque era. His writing is less dense and intricate than Bach's–at times it looks forward to the simpler, more elegant style of Haydn and C.P.E. Bach. Zelenka knew his counterpoint, however, and was fond of slipping the occasional surprising chord change into his music.
Masaaki Suzuki - Johann Sebastian Bach: Organ Works (2015) [Re-Up]

Masaaki Suzuki - Johann Sebastian Bach: Organ Works (2015)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 370 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 185 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: BIS | # BIS-SACD-2111 | Time: 01:19:26

For this hybrid SACD of famous organ works by J.S. Bach, Masaaki Suzuki plays the restored Schnitger-Hinz organ in the Martinikerk (Martin's Church), in Groningen, one of the most celebrated instruments in the Netherlands and one which dates back to Bach's time. Its bright, Baroque sonorities and Suzuki's historically informed interpretations give these performances a compelling sense of authenticity and period style. The pieces are among Bach's greatest hits, particularly the Toccata and Fugue in D minor, which gives the program a decisive opening. Following that flashy demonstration, Suzuki is relaxed and almost contemplative in the Pastorale in F major, and continues his thoughtful readings in the Partita on "O Gott, du frommer Gott," the Prelude and Fugue in G minor, and the Canonic Variations on "Vom Himmel hoch da komm' ich her." Yet he includes two sparkling virtuoso performances in the Fantasia in G major and the Prelude and Fugue in E minor, which keep the album from being too soft and subdued. BIS' super audio sound is crisp and detailed, which is no mean feat in a church recording.
Isao Suzuki Quartet - Blue City (1974) [Japan 2006] SACD ISO + DSD64 + Hi-Res FLAC

Isao Suzuki Quartet + 1 - Blue City (1974) [Japan 2006]
SACD Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 41:02 minutes | Front/Rear Covers | 1,24 GB
or DSD64 2.0 (from SACD-ISO to Tracks.dsf) > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | Front/Rear Covers | 1,11 GB
or FLAC (carefully converted & encoded to tracks) 24bit/96 kHz | Front/Rear Covers | 965 MB

Another fine example of Japanese jazz from the mid-1970s, this set is led by cellist and bassist Isao Suzuki and features the earliest recorded performances of guitarist Kazumi Watanabe. Four tracks make up the recording, of which two are covers, the opening standard "Body and Soul" (complete with opening melody played on the bass) and "Play Fiddle Play," and two originals, which stack up very well against such classic material. This set was a follow-up to a huge breakthrough album for Suzuki called Blow Up, recorded a year earlier in 1973.
Bach Collegium Japan, Soloists, Masaaki Suzuki - W.A. Mozart: Great Mass in C minor; Exsultate, jubilate (2016) [Re-Up]

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Great Mass in C minor; Exsultate, jubilate (2016)
Christian Immler, Makoto Sakurada, Carolyn Sampson, Olivia Vermeulen
Bach Collegium Japan; Masaaki Suzuki, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 382 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 179 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical, Choral, Vocal | Label: BIS | # BIS-SACD-2171 | Time: 01:11:17

As the mysterious opening bars of the Kyrie gradually emerge into the light, we know that this recording of Mozart’s glorious Great Mass in C minor is a special one: the tempi perfect, the unfolding drama of the choral writing so carefully judged, and, above it all, the crystalline beauty of soloist Carolyn Sampson’s soprano, floating like a ministering angel. Masaaki Suzuki’s meticulous attention to detail, so rewarding in his remarkable Bach recordings, shines throughout this disc, the playing alert, the choir responsive, the soloists thrilling. And there is the bonus of an exhilarating Exsultate, Jubilate with Sampson on top form.
Masaaki Suzuki, Bach Collegium Japan - Bach: The Complete Secular Cantatas [10 CDs] (2019)

Masaaki Suzuki, Bach Collegium Japan - Bach: The Complete Secular Cantatas [10 CDs] (2019)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 3,55 Gb | Total time: 12:00:19 | Scans included
Classical | Label: BIS | # BIS 2491 | Recorded: 2004-2018

Only some twenty works out of what was originally a far greater number of secular cantatas have survived in performable condition. They nevertheless offer a welcome complement to our image of Bach the church musician, and reveal a composer who approached secular music with the same artistic integrity and demand for quality that we find in his sacred music.