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This sample video shows Beethoven Violin Sonata No.9, "Kreutzer" played by Tatsuki Narita & Yun-Yang Lee. The 15ips tape recording of this performance is available for purchase below: {{ vc_btn: title=Buy+Now&style=classic&color=danger& }} This sample video shows Mendelssohn Violin Concerto played by Alena Baeva & Vadym Kholodenko. The 15 ips 2 track tape recording of this [...]

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AllNewsReviewsTestimonialsAll          News          Reviews          Testimonials           Dave Denyer’s Review: Discovering Alena Baeva – two SchubertsDave Denyer from The Reel to Reel Rambler posted a review of two of Ultra Analogue’s Alena Baeva Recordings of Schubert pieces. Here is a short excerpt of the review and a link to read his full review: “Why, you might ask (and it’s a good [...]

Xiang Yu & Yun-Yang Lee

 Schubert Grand Fantasy Schubert’s C major Fantasie for violin and piano always holds a unique place in my heart. Not only because of his extreme technical challenges, but also the astonishing emotional complexity. After performing this piece a few times in various occasions, it is particularly shocking to me that how few people have heard […]

Xiang Yu & Sietse-Jan Weijenberg & Julio Elizalde

Beethoven Cello Sonata No. 5 op.102/2 One of the great unsolved intrigues surrounding Beethoven concerns three letters. Found in the back of a drawer after his passing, they are addressed to an unnamed “Immortal Beloved”. It is questionable if they were ever sent (since they were still in Beethoven’s possession), but as to the sincerity […]

Xiang Yu & Sietse-Jan

 Mozart Duo. K. 423 Unlike string quartet, piano trio, or violin and piano duo, string duo is a relatively limited form, which doesn’t provide composers enough free rein to illustrate their musical imagination. However, Mozart handled this form in such mastery way that the two distinctive voices are beautifully balanced. In the summer of 1783, […]

Xiang Yu & Li Wang

Vitali Chaconne and Bach Chaconne For me, recording both Chaconnes on the same tape was not only a difficult physical task, but also an unbearable emotional journey. It was 18 years ago, while my dad and I were browsing in the music section of a bookstore in my hometown Inner Mongolia, one cassette drew our […]