Shostakovich - Cello Sonata & Schubert - Arpeggione Sonata - Daniel Shafran and Lydia Pecherskaya (200g)
Shostakovich - Cello Sonata & Schubert - Arpeggione Sonata - Daniel Shafran and Lydia Pecherskaya (200g)
Shostakovich - Cello Sonata & Schubert - Arpeggione Sonata - Daniel Shafran and Lydia Pecherskaya (200g)
Shostakovich - Cello Sonata & Schubert - Arpeggione Sonata - Daniel Shafran and Lydia Pecherskaya (200g)

Shostakovich - Cello Sonata & Schubert - Arpeggione Sonata - Daniel Shafran and Lydia Pecherskaya (200g)

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Dmitri Shostakovich - Sonata for Cello and Piano in D minor, Op. 40

Franz Schubert - Sonata in A minor for Arpeggione and Piano, D. 821

Cello – Daniel Shafran

Piano – Lydia Pecherskaya

 

1 LP,  standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 200g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Quality Record Pressings

Label : Analogue Productions

Original Label : RCA

Recorded in New York City at Webster Hall on February 25 & 26, 1960

Remastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound

Produced by Peter Dellheim

Originally released in 1961

Reissued in 2019


Tracks :

Side A : Shostakovich - Sonata for Cello and Piano
  1. First Movement: Moderato
  2. Second Movement: Moderato Con Moto
  3. Third Movement: Largo
  4. Fourth Movement: Allegretto
Side B : Schubert - Sonata for Arpeggione and Piano
  1. First Movement: Allegro Moderato
  2. Second Movement: Adagio
  3. Third Movement: Allegretto

Reviews :

"Between the Classic Records and Analogue Productions reissues I have, the Classic Records version has EQ that emphasizes the bass frequencies for colossal bass trombones you feel as much as hear, while the Analogue Productions version sounds more neutral and emphasizes the woodwinds and the idiosyncratic textures that come from reeds made by the players themselves, so that no two are truly alike. Overall I prefer the Analogue Productions version as it fully preserves the dramatic stereo imaging of the era when records tried to capture the space the orchestra performed in as well as the orchestra itself." vintagevinylgarden.com

"As good as this record has ever sounded. Liquidly beautiful string and wind tone, very deep and powerful bass (although the orchestra occasionally overloads the mics or mic preamps, as it does on the original RCA pressings), sensational dynamics on both the Ravel Rapsodie and the Rachmaninoff Isle of the Dead (with some of the lifelike ease you usually only hear on reel-to-reel tape), and astonishing preservation of inner detail (some of which I haven't heard before this clearly on vinyl or digital)." — Jonathan Valin, The Absolute Sound.com, June 11, 2013.


Ratings

Discogs : 4.44 / 5  , he Absolute Sound : Grade : A+ , vintagevinylgarden Rating : 95%

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