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Antonio Lysy Te Amo Argentina LP Vinil 180 Gramas Yarlung Records Steve Hoffman Bernie Grundman USA

Artista: Antonio Lysy
Título: Te Amo Argentina
Número de Catálogo: YAR95793-517V2
Editora: Yarlung Records
Código de Barras: 888174957937
Ano da edição original: 2014
Quantidade de discos: 1
Rotações por minuto: 33⅓ rpm
Tamanho do disco: 12"
Gramagem do Vinil: 180gr
Peso Total do Artigo: 268gr
País prensagem: Alemanha
Produzido para o Mercado de: USA
Adicionado ao catálogo em: 11 Março, 2017
Nota: Nunca elegível para descontos adicionais
Vinyl Gourmet Club: Não


Preço Unitário (c/ IVA): 33,00 €

Referência: YL3317V2JK

Disponibilidade: Em Stock Pronto Para Envio

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Esta gravação, captada no Broad Stage do Performing Arts Center da Faculdade de Santa Monica, mereceu um Latin Grammy e reconhecimento audiófilo como uma das melhores gravações de sempre. Apresenta o violoncelista solo Lysy como um guia que leva o ouvinte numa viagem pela música folk da Argentina com o pianista Bryan Pezzone, baixista Pablo Motta e The Capitol Ensemble (dois violinos, viola e violoncelo).



11th Latin Grammy Award Winner

  • Gravação Analógica Audiófila
  • Vinil 180 Gramas Audiófilo
  • Prensagem na Pallas da Alemanha
  • Masterizado por Steve Hoffman & Bob Attiyeh
  • Corte totalmente analógico por Bernie Grundman

"Cellist Antonio Lysy and pianist Bryan Pezzone play gorgeously and are gorgeously recorded, the sound immaculately clear and immediate, rich in tonal splendor, and revealing of the venue (Santa Monica's The Broad Stage). The deeply resonant cello pizzicatos at the end of Schifrin's Pampas ring off into air-filled space like starlight into infinity." - Mark Lehman, The Absolute Sound


"You'll hear the sound quality right away, I'm sure. Even before your brain starts analyzing the soundstage, bass and treble extension, dynamics macro and micro, etc., you'll know you like it." - George Witterschein, The Audiophile Voice


"Substitute a cello for a bandoneón in the lead-off track, José Bragato’s "Graciela y Buenos Aires," and you have a perfect rebirth of Astor Piazzolla’s fiery nuevo tango. It’s all here -- the passion, syncopated rhythms, broken mood swings and unusual harmonies. You are transported to the recording venue, where you can hear not only the rosin on the bow but the soloists’ every breath. Marvelous! Next up, Alberto Ginastera’s Puneña No. 2, op. 45, from 1976, is quite a switch both in mood and playing. It is an adventuresome tour de force for solo cello, which in places reminded me of Janos Starker’s recording of Kodaly’s Sonata for Cello, Op. 8. It tests the limits of the performer (and listener) and may take some getting used to. "Zamba," also by Ginastera, is a duo for piano and cello. It serves as a pleasant break from the earlier chaos." - The Audio Beat

"Side two opens with Astor Piazzolla’s "Milonga del ángel," an intoxicatingly lovely piece featuring Lysy’s cello with Philip Levy on violin. Languid and sultry, it’s Piazzolla through and through. Next is "Omaramor" for solo cello by Argentinian classical composer Osvaldo Golijov. The recording is the sonic equal of the legendary Mercury Living Presence recordings of Janos Starker’s Bach cello suites -- liquid, woody, resonant and, when necessary, wiry. Veteran jazz and soundtrack composer Lalo Schfrin contributes the album's closer, the introspective, brooding, calming "Pampas" for cello and piano." - The Audio Beat

"The LP I received was a perfectly flat, thick slab of flat-edged, 180-gram vinyl pressed at Pallas in Germany, so I knew it’d be quiet. The packaging was first class, with a beautiful color photo on the front and intelligent liner notes on back. The LP slides into a lined inner sleeve -- this is a quality product. But how does it sound? In a word, magnificent! Captured on AGFA 468 magnetic tape, this is a minimalist-miked, all-analog recording mastered by Bernie Grundman. It was a joy to hear music unshackled from such production artifacts as compression and limiting. High-end audio is defined by recordings such as this." - The Audio Beat



Lista de Faixas:

José Bragato (b. 1915)
1. Graciela y Buenos Aires

Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983)
2. Puneña No. 2, op. 45 
3. Zamba

Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
4. Milonga del ángel

Osvaldo Golijov (b. 1960)
5. Omaramor






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