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Yarlung Records - The First Seven Years

Yarlung Records - The First Seven Years

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Colburn Orchestra

Orchestra

Yehuda Gilad

Conductor

Ciaramella

Ensemble

University of Texas Wind Ensemble

Ensemble

Pablo Held Trio

Ensemble

Bryan Pezzone

Soloist

Joanne Pearce Martin

Soloist

Antonio Lysy

Soloist

Elinor Frey

Soloist

Martin Chalifour

Soloist

Orion Weiss

Soloist

Sasha Cooke

Soloist

Frederic Rosselet

Soloist

Badal Roy

Soloist

David Fung

Soloist

Janaki String Trio

Chamber

Ciaramella

Chamber

Smoke and Mirrors Percussion Ensemble

Chamber

Record Label
Yarlung

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 79:39
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GASPAR SANZ

1 

Jacaras

02:40
  Ciaramella Ensemble
     
 

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

2 

String Trio in C Minor, Op. 9, No. 3

07:07
 Pablo Held Trio Ensemble
     
 

JASON V. BARABBA

3 

String Trio

02:34
 Pablo Held Trio Ensemble
     
 

GUSTAV MAHLER

4 

Ruckert-Lieder (version for voice and orchestra)

02:45
 Sasha Cooke Soloist
 Yehuda Gilad Conductor
     
 

JOHN ADAMS

5 

Doctor Atomic

05:46
 Sasha Cooke Soloist
 Yehuda Gilad Conductor
     
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

 

Overture (Partita) in the French Style in B Minor, BWV 831

 
6 I. Overture 07:40
7 XI. Echo 02:57
 Orion Weiss Soloist
     
 

WITOLD LUTOSLAWSKI

8 

Grave (version for cello and piano)

05:39
 Elinor Frey Soloist
 David Fung Soloist
     
 

LOU HARRISON

9 

Canticle No. 3

13:01
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble Ensemble
     
 

JOSQUIN DES PREZ

10 

La Spagna (arr. A.K. Gilbert for shawms and sackbuts)

02:22
  Ciaramella Ensemble
     
 

LALO SCHIFRIN

11 

Pampas

08:17
 Antonio Lysy Soloist
 Bryan Pezzone Soloist
     
 

BADAL ROY

12 

Calcutta Sunrise

03:52
 Badal Roy Soloist
     
 

STEVEN STUCKY

13 

Pinturas de Tamayo (arr. for violin and piano as Tres Pinturas)

04:38
 Martin Chalifour Soloist
 Joanne Pearce Martin Soloist
     
 

MEYER KUPFERMAN

14 

Distances

03:21
 Joanne Pearce Martin Soloist
     
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

15 

Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009

02:51
 Frederic Rosselet Soloist
     
 

MAURICE RAVEL

16 

Sonatine (arr. D. Tywoniuk)

04:09
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble Ensemble
     


In a surprisingly short period of time, the adventurous GRAMMY® Award winning classical music label Yarlung has produced an eclectic catalog of impeccably recorded performances by a roster of adventurous musicians, including many that are well-known and others soon to be.

Yarlung’s production and sonic model is distilled from the recording industry’s glorious past—one that pessimists were certain could never be successfully resurrected—while its forward-thinking business and distribution model points the way towards a healthy future for a "record business" long given up for dead.

For older lovers of recorded classical repertoire, Yarlung’s catalog represents a return to sonic and musical greatness. For younger ones familiar only with dynamically and spatially compressed low resolution recordings, these from Yarlung are like 3D IMAX but without the glasses.

Michael Fremer - senior contributing editor, Stereophile

 

 

It is refreshing to hear real sound and real music again, reminiscent of RCA Living Stereo in its golden age, or Mercury Records at its height.  Yarlung’s sound is liquid and transparent, just as if you were sitting in the concert halls with superb acoustics, where these recordings are made.  Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Ambassador Hall in Pasadena, and Zipper Hall at The Colburn School, to name a few.

Yarlung does this by using similar techniques to those in the golden age of recordings.  Only one stereo microphone for smaller ensembles, and up to four microphones for full orchestras, recording directly to two track analog tape and high resolution digital.

Yarlung offers us a true feast for the ears, and this reviewer for one, wants more.

Mori Shima - Stereo Sound, Japan

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