Salvatore Accardo Omaggio A Heifetz 180g LP
180g Virgin Vinyl LP!
Pure Analog Recording & Lacquer Cutting!
Limited To Only 496 Copies!
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Salvatore Accardo's new album with fonč. The professional collaboration and
friendship between Salvatore Accardo and fonč's Giulio Cesare Ricci has lasted
for 26 years now. There are many albums recorded; this project dedicated to
Heifetz completes the great violinist's discography.
The recording was made by Giulio Cesare Ricci in the splendid historical Sala
del Gonfalone in Roma with very special acoustics. Ricci used the legendary
Neumann U47 and M49 microphones. Ricci mastered the recording using the
Signoricci system, entirely analog and tube. The master was made by transferring
the analog master realized with the Nagra 4s 15ips, 1/4 inch 2 tracks to the
Ampex ATR 102, 2 tracks, 1/2 inch, 30ips. No editing. All tracks on the record
are heard as they were performed.
Piano accompaniment is by Laura Manzini.
Heiftez was a great violinist and as composer he wrote great musical pages for
violin and piano; they are all catchy, funny, virtuosic and really dynamic
compositions "da salotto."
• Limited Edition - Only 496 Copies
• 180g Virgin Vinyl LP
• Pure Analogue Recording
• Pure Analogue Cutting
• Machine Wired by Signoricci
• One-Stage Pressing Process
• Extra Quality Vinyl - Checked One By One
• Heavy Quality Sleeves
• Printed in Germany
Salvatore Accardo, violin
Laura Manzini, piano
George Gershwin (1898-1937)
1. Summertime And A Woman Is A Sometime Thing
2. It Ain’t Necessarily So
3. Temp di Blues
4. Bess, You Is My Woman Now
5. My Man’s Gone Now
6. 3 Preludi: Allegro ben ritmato e deciso
7. 3 Preludi: Andate con moto e poco rubato
1. 3 Preludi: Allegro ben ritmato e deciso
R.Russell Bennett (1894-1981)
2. Hexapoda: Gut – Bucket Gus
3. Hexapoda: Jane Shakes Her Hair
4. Hexapoda: Betty and Harold Close Their Eyes
5. Hexapoda: Jim Jives
6. Hexapoda: … Till Down Sunday
7. Slow And Lonely
G.Rossini (1792-1868)/M. Castelnuovo – Tedesco (1895-1968)
A.K. Glazunov (1865-1936)
S.S. Prokofiev (1981-1953)