Channel Classics": Vivaldi-Gran Mogul rv431a-Allegro non molto 24 bit 96khz By mangeraudio.com
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Lessloss: BWV 1034 e-moll Part I Adagio ma non tanto (24 bit 96 kHz) By mangeraudio.com.
Lessloss recording. Two Bach Sonatas (Flute, Bassoon, Harpsichord) recorded in the exceptional acoustic sanctuary of St. Martin's Church in Basel, Switzerland.
The musicians and their instruments:
Flute: Vytautas Sriubikis
Vytautas plays a wooden Otto Moennig flute, model name Orthoton, made in 1938 in Leipzig, Germany. Headjoint is made by J. R. Lafin, 14K gold.
Bassoon: Povilas Bingelis
Povilas plays a Yamaha 812. Manufactured in 2003 in Japan.
Harpsichord: María González Calvo
María plays a one keyboard Cembalo Franco Flamenco, built according to the ravalement Ruckers system in Spain. 61 keys, 226 cm x 94 cm. 2 x 8'. This harpsichord also features a beautiful lute tembre, which was used for part III, Andante, of the E-Minor Sonata. The contrast in tembre is striking, and the listener is reminded that no adjustments to microphone placement or other settings were made at any time throughout the recording session.
"Midnight Tale" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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