Analogphonic - LP43048 - 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl - Mercury SR90367
AAA 100% Analogue - Limited Edition
Mastered by Maarten de Boer at Emil Berliner Studio - Pressed at Pallas Germany
180g Audiophile Virgin Vinyl Pressed at Pallas in Germany!
Cut at Emil Berliner Studio and Mastered from the Original Masters of Universal Music!
Violinist Henryk Szeryng is accompanied by pianist Charles Reiner for this audiophile recording of compositional works by Bartok, Debussy, Novacek, Brahms, Marroquin, Rimsky-Korsakov, Leclair, Gluck, Vitali, and Locatelli.
Violinist Henryk Szeryng famous classic recordings with pianist Charles Reiner in February 1963 both recorded and included Bartók, Debussy, Brahms and Rimsky-Korsakov and other composers sketch masterpiece. Series of Henryk Szeryng perfect calm and interpretation of each song, showing extraordinary musicianship and amazing playing skills.
The enthusiasts of almost everyone a "Szeryng Plays Kreisler And Other Treasures For The Violin", which included part of the track, that is, from this album.
"This is a treasure trove... Szeryng plays it (Locatelli) with perfect aplomb and in the other items he displays fine musicianship and sense of style as well as a prodigious technique. This recording in both forms is very good both tonally and in the matter of balance. Like Kreisler, in the consummate ease of his playing, and in the almost imperceptible inflections, Szeryng gives additional warmth and subtlety to his performances of whatever he plays." - The Gramophone Magazine
• Cut at Emil Berliner Studio
• Mastered from the Original Masters of Universal Music
• Audiophile analogue mastering by Maarten de Boer
• Analogphonic release
• Pressed at Pallas Gmbh in Germany
Henryk Szeryng, violin
Charles Reiner, piano
Bela Bartok (1881-1945)
Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
La Plus Que Lente
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Jose Sabre Marroquin
Nikolai RImsky-Korsakov (1844-1908)
Flight of the Bumble-Bee
Sonata in D Major
Christoph Willibald Gluck - (1714-1787)
Tomaso Antonio Vitali (1663-1745)
Pietro Antonio Locatelli (1695-1764)