Telarc International Corporation

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Telarc International Corporation is an American audiophile independent record label founded in 1977 by two classically trained musicians and former teachers, Jack Renner and Robert Woods.wikipedia
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Jack Renner (recording engineer)

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Telarc International Corporation is an American audiophile independent record label founded in 1977 by two classically trained musicians and former teachers, Jack Renner and Robert Woods.
Jack Lee Renner (April 13, 1935 – June 19, 2019) was an American classically trained musician and recording engineer, best known as chairman, CEO and chief recording engineer of the Telarc International Corporation.

Robert Woods (producer)

Robert Woods
Telarc International Corporation is an American audiophile independent record label founded in 1977 by two classically trained musicians and former teachers, Jack Renner and Robert Woods.
Woods is a founder and former president of the independent record label Telarc International Corporation.

Heads Up International

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In 1996, Telarc merged with another independent label, Heads Up, now a Telarc subsidiary.
In 2000, Heads Up International merged with Telarc International Corporation.

Concord Records

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In late 2005 both Telarc and Heads Up were bought by Concord Records.
In 2005, it was announced that Concord Records had purchased Telarc Records and its subsidiary Heads Up, in a deal whose terms were not divulged.

Concord Music

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Today both labels operate as semi-autonomous units in the Concord Music Group.
In 2005, Concord bought Telarc.

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

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Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the label has had a long association with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra, as well as with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

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Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the label has had a long association with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra, as well as with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
In 1978, the ASO became the first American orchestra to make a digital recording intended for commercial release, when it played Igor Stravinsky's Firebird suite and excerpts from Alexander Borodin's opera, Prince Igor, for the Telarc label.

Cleveland Orchestra

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Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the label has had a long association with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra, as well as with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.

Direct Stream Digital

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Currently, the majority of Telarc's releases are (generally hybrid) Super Audio CDs (SACDs) based on Direct Stream Digital (DSD) recordings.
The majority of Telarc International Corporation's releases were on (generally hybrid) SACD, and are DSD recordings.

1812 Overture

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Its 1979 high-definition digital recording of Tchaikovsk'y 1812 Overture (the first ever) became a popular way for people to test the quality of their record-playing equipment and audio setups, as only high-quality and properly-tuned systems could play the hifi digital cannon shots properly.
The first digital recording occurred in 1979 by Telarc of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Independent record label

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Telarc International Corporation is an American audiophile independent record label founded in 1977 by two classically trained musicians and former teachers, Jack Renner and Robert Woods.

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

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Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the label has had a long association with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra, as well as with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.

Jazz

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Although it started as a classical music label, Telarc has released jazz, blues and country music recordings.

Blues

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Although it started as a classical music label, Telarc has released jazz, blues and country music recordings.

Country music

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Although it started as a classical music label, Telarc has released jazz, blues and country music recordings.

Audio engineer

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Its audio engineers are highly regarded in the recording business and have led Telarc to over 50 Grammy Awards on its own label and two others it distributes, Heads Up and MCG.

Gramophone (magazine)

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In 2004 it received the "Label of the Year" award from Gramophone magazine.

Analog-to-digital converter

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Telarc was one of the first labels to record music with a 20-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) in the late 1980s and has used 24-bit formats since 1996.

Super Audio CD

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Currently, the majority of Telarc's releases are (generally hybrid) Super Audio CDs (SACDs) based on Direct Stream Digital (DSD) recordings.

Blues Foundation

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In 2013, the Blues Foundation honored Telarc with its 2013 Keeping the Blues Alive (KBA) Award.

Classical music

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Love, Lost & Found

Love, Lost & Found is an album by saxophonist Frank Morgan recorded in 1995 and released on the Telarc label.

Couldn't Be Hotter

Couldn't Be Hotter is a live album released by The Manhattan Transfer in 2003 on the Telarc label.

Catchin' Some Rays: The Music of Ray Charles

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Catchin' Some Rays: The Music of Ray Charles is the 6th album by jazz singer Roseanna Vitro, released in August 1997 on the Telarc Jazz label.

Passion Dance (Roseanna Vitro album)

Passion Dance
Passion Dance is the fifth album by jazz singer Roseanna Vitro, released in January 1996 on the Telarc Jazz label.