Dejan Lazic – Liaisons Vol.1: Scarlatti, Bartok (2007) MCH SACD ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

Dejan Lazic – Liaisons Vol.1: Scarlatti, Bartok (2007)
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & DST64 5.0 >1-bit/2.8224 MHz | Digital Booklet | 3.84 GB
FLAC tracks 2.0 24bit/88.2 kHz | Digital Booklet | 1.13 GB

At 1st sight, they appear to have nothing in common – but disregarding the stylistic elements & a difference of 2 centuries, you soon recognize that both are in a sense, musical architects, who as piano virtuosos were equally interested in miniature forms & inspired by folk music. On the 1 hand you have Scarlatti, who, after moving to Spain in 1729 composed almost exclusively for harpsichord & integrated elements of Spanish folklore into his compositions in an experimental way; on the other hand Bartk, who boosted the recognition of the rich native Hungarian peasant songs to an independent folk art, & was also influenced by Arabic folk music.


01-Scarlatti Sonata in C major
02-Scarlatti Sonatan in f minor
03-Scarlatti Sonata in F major
04-Bartok Rondo in C major
05-Bartok Rondon in D major
06-Bartok Rondo in F major
07-Scarlatti Sonata in D major
08-Scarlatti Sonata in D major
09-Scarlatti Sonata in C major
10-Bartok 7 Sketches Portrait of a girl
11-See-Saw, dickory-daw
13-Non troppo lento
14-Romanian Folksong
15-In Walachian style
16-Poco lento
17-Scarlatti Sonata in d minor
18-Scarlatti Sonata in F major
19-Bartok Funeral March
20-Scarlatti Sonata in a minor
21-Scarlatti Sonata in E major
22-Scarlatti Sonata in E major
23-Bartok Dances 1
24-Bartok Dances 2
25-Bartok Dances 3
26-Bartok Dances 4
27-Bartok Dances 5
28-Bartok Dances 6

Dejan Lazic – piano

Cables: Van den Hul
Digital Converters: Meitner DSD AD/DA
Mastering Engineer: Jared Sacks
Mastering Equipment: B&W 803 diamond series
Microphones: Bruel & Kjaer, Schoeps
Mixing Board: Rens Heijnis custom made
Producer: Jared Sacks
Recording Engineer: Jared Sacks
Recording Software: Pyramix
Recording Type & Bit Rate: DSD64
Speakers: Audiolab Holland

Recording location:
Muziekcentrum Frits Philips, Eindhoven, The Netherlands May 2007



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