Thursday, June 9, 2011

André Jolivet, Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy - Jonathan Darlington, Duisburg Philharmonic Orchestra (24bit-96kHz DVD, FLACs + CD)

    DVD, VIDEO_TS 24bit 96kHz STEREO - 1.89GB
    FLACs 24bit 96kHz STEREO - 975MB
    eac-rip: flac-img, cue, log - 248MB
    complete scans. rar, 3% rec.
    Acousence - 2008 - ACO-DF 40808

    André Jolivet (1905-1974)
    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
     I. Allegro deciso [7:35]
     II. Andante con moto [9:23]
     III. Allegro frenetico [6:25]

    Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) & Marius Constant (1925-2004)
    Gaspard de la nuit (Orchestral Version)
    I. Ondine [6:47]
    II. Le Gibet [5:12]
    III. Scarbo [10:09]

    Claude Debussy (1862-1918) & Bernardo Molinari (1880-1958)
    L´isle joyeuse (Orchestral Version)
    Quasi una cadenza – Tempo: modéré et très souple [7:09]

    Total playing time: 52:45

    Pascal Gallet, piano (1-3)

    High Definition Master Recording

    The LIVING CONCERT SERIES embodies, in a very special way, the basic concept behind ACOUSENCE's PHILOSOPHY-LABEL. These music recordings are planned to provide, aside from exceptional musical content and an audiophile sound quality, above all, emotionally intense performances. The spontaneity and naturalness of a live performance, combined with a highly refined recording technique, that is capable of transmitting the smallest of sound-nuances, so essential in portraying atmosphere and emotional content, provide a true »Concert« experience.

    Acousence has assembled a fascinating program of French music here, recorded live in their Living Concert Series by a distinguished German orchestra among whose past highlights was the original premiere of Bruckner’s Ninth Symphony.  Jolivet was interested in non-European music and used the influences of three world music models in the three movements of his concerto: Central African in the first, Far Eastern in the second, and Polynesian in the third. The work is strong on percussion and has great vitality. The clean reproduction of the 96K DVD brings out the varied percussion instruments and rhythms, and the balance with the piano soloist is just right...

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