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Jacopo Salvatori plays Debussy, Images, Suite Bergamasque, Isle Joyeuse

Jacopo Salvatori

Debussy, Images, Suite Bergamasque, Isle Joyeuse

Classical Music
Period:
20th Century
Catalogue:
OC31LRv (-103)
Type of files:
FLAC

 

 

   

Album content

Debussy, Claude (1862-1918): Suite Bergamasque, L 75
Debussy, Claude (1862-1918): Images I, II, L 110
Debussy, Claude (1862-1918): L'isle joyeuse, L 106

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Debussy as played by young Florentine pianist, Jacopo Salvatori, who is a pupil of famous pianist Maurizio Baglini. His reading reveals a profound poetic sense and a proper timbre research. An album entirely recorded on a Fazioli grand piano inside Fazioli's new recording hall.
The sound of Mr. Simonetto is veiled and highly dynamic (Clair de Lune is even DR 19!) created for hi-fi systems of high precision.

Details of Debussy, Images, Suite Bergamasque, Isle JoyeuseInfo:
Year of release: 2009
The recording was made at Auditorium Fazioli, Sacile (Pordenone) in 2009.
Time duration: 65:39
Size: 577 Mb (in .wav files)
Original resolution: N/A
Original master availability? No
Dynamic range: 16
Sound quality: *** (3 stars = maximum)
DDD

Technical cast:
Sound: Alessandro Simonetto
Editing: Alessandro Simonetto
Mastering: None
Artistic direction: N/A
(General) Production: OnClassical
Equipment used: AKG + Neumann mics.
Instrument(s) used: Fazioli gran piano
Tuning: Fazioli assistant
Photo/paint on cover: Photo by jasohill (flickr.com), (CC BY NC SA 3.0)
Art-work: ©OnClassical
Other notes: N/A

Original audio is copyrighted: OnClassical, © 2009

   
 

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