High Fidelity (USA print magazine, 1951-1989)

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High Fidelity (USA print magazine) was published from April 1951 until July 1989 covering audio and high fidelity audio equipment, FM radio, FM stereo, video equipment, audio recordings, and related fields. In mid-1989, the title was acquired by Stereo Review, which began adding "Incorporating High Fidelity" on the cover of the October, 1989, issue. High Fidelity was founded by Milton B. Sleeper, a noted radio designer and publisher and began with a technical emphasis which soon broadened in to all aspects of consumer audio and recordings.



(Jan 1970)

music and musicians:

audio and video:

recordings:

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(April 1975)

Music and musicians:

Audio and video:

Record reviews:

Etc.:

  • Letters

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(July 1975)

Feature Articles:

  • Tone Arm Damping--James Brinton--This overlooked feature can offer better sound for a small investment

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Equip. Reviews:

Music and Recordings:

  • Soundtrack Albums: Why?--Royal S. Brown--The worth of film music appears when it is parted from its movie
  • Karajan: Encounters the Second Vienna School--David Hamilton--DG offers a four-disc set
  • A Tchaikovsky Deluge--Philip Hart--Quantity is more noteworthy than quality in a flood of releases
  • Ravel: The Real Thing Royal--S. Brown--Skrowaczewski and Vox produce a fine set of his orchestral works
  • Classical--Blegen and Von Stade; Perahia's Mendelssohn Concerto; Baroque bassoon

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(April 1977)

Selected Feature Articles:

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Music / Recordings:

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(Oct. 1977)

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  • Letters
  • Culshaw at Large
  • The Lees Side
  • News and Views
  • Equipment in the News
  • Too Hot to Handle
  • Behind the Scenes
  • High Fidelity Pathfinders -- The Men Who Made an Industry

Selected Feature Articles:

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Music / Recordings:

  • Bach on the Piano? Why Not? After All, He Was a Piano Salesman
  • The New Releases--A Window on Lully's Operatic World
  • The New Releases-- Heinz Holliger: Now That's Charisma
  • Denon/Reference/Gale Recordings: Art Weds Technology
  • Classical recordings

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(Nov. 1977)

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Selected Feature Articles:

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Music and Recordings:

Backbeat:

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(Jun. 1981)

Et Cetera:

Audio:

Music/Musicians:

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(Jul. 1981)

Audio:

Classical Music:

Backbeat:

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(Jan 1983)

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Selected Feature Articles:

Equip:

Music / Recordings:

  • Glenn Gould (1932-1982)
  • Messiah: Reduplication Without Redundancy
  • CLASSICAL--Behind the Scenes Music news and commentary
  • Rifkin's Bach: A Mass of Evidence
  • CLASSICAL Reviews

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