“Many of David Wilson’s highly acclaimed, long out-of-print recordings are poised to make old and new generations of audiophiles very happy. On August 1, the first two of a selected batch of Wilson Audiophile Recordings will return to circulation as high-resolution (176.4kHz/24-bit), CD-quality, and MP3 downloads. Distributed by Naxos via a host of mass-market and hi-res digital music stores, including Chandos’ “The Classical Shoppe,” eClassical24bit, HDMusic, HDTracks, HiResAudio, Linn Records, Onkyo, and Qobuz24bit, the first titles in the series areRecital, James B. Welch’s disc of four centuries of organ music, andĀ Beethoven and Enescu Sonatas, performed by violinist David Abel and pianist Julie Steinberg, this magazine’s “Recording of the Month” forĀ February 1984.”

Read the full article with comments by Dave Wilson here.