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So it isn't a historical recording made in an age where equipment couldn't go as high.
If you had the original CD you could compare but it's also possible (but unusual) for CDs to be sourced from lossy recordings.
BTW - There are effects for "restoring" high frequencies and/or bit-depth and you can decode process an MP3 to fake-it and make it "measure" like a high definition recording, but the compression artifacts won't be removed.
Download is from Onyx Classics, Cat No: ONYX 4008
Please try again and see if it's ok for you now.
Now it works in Chrome 94 and 95 for Windows. Thanks!
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...thanks for the report. I've added s to the http: and it now works in Chrome. I have Firefox so didn't notice the issue. Please try again and see if it's ok for you now.
btw it's not my website; I'm one of the long-serving admins there.
On both the PC (Windows) and Android when using Chrome nothing happens when I left click to download the files.
If I right click and choose "Save link as..." the following message appears:
Sure, I can click "Keep" and it will download the files normally, but most people will think links are dead.
I can see that link posted by Porcus is actually using web archive.
I guess me and Porcus did the same thing.
We both thought links are dead so we used web archive instead.
On Firefox it works normally.
Maybe you can add warning message for Chrome users?
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Nice one. 👍