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Great sound and detail
Devoted interpreters make the well-known sonatas a listening pleasure that is interesting not only for philologists
Fantastic Original Recording by HDDT!
Not only are HDDTs re-masterings incredible but the first original recording I've obtained here by them is ALSO FANTASTIC SOUND! And the performances are wonderful! BRAVO TO YOU GUYS!!
Beethoven - Complete Sonatas For Piano & Violin On Historic Instruments
A MUST HAVE! These sonatas are musical jewels. Performers made an absolutely outstanding interpretation of this pieces. The way that they were recorder is top quality. Longing for more of these musical jewels!!
Beautiful sound and peaceful interpretation
This recording stand out by both the beautiful sound and peaceful interpretation. In the current 24/96 HighRes HDTT reincarnation it sounds very clean, warm and intimate. I'm pretty sure the tag "Baroque - Modern Instrument" is wrong as it contradict not only the title but the sound itself which transported me back in a time closer to that of the original composition, when the instruments used to have a different timbre and temperament than modern ones. Great experience, highly recommended.
Title: Beethoven - The Complete Sonatas For Piano & Violin On Historic Instruments
Artist(s): Jerilyn Jorgensen, violin & Cullan Bryant, piano
Album Producer and Digital Editor: Lolly Lewis
Recording and Balance Engineer: Christopher Greenleaf
Session Producer, Sonatas 2, 8, 10: Hector Milete
Session Producer, Sonatas 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9: Lolly Lewis
Piano Technician: E. Michael Frederick
Mastering Engineer: Michael Romanowski
September 25-28 2016: Sonatas 2, 8, 10
October 1-4 2017: Sonatas 1, 4, 7
May 21-23 2018: Sonata 9
Oct 7-10 2018: Sonatas 3, 5, 6
Recorded at Ashburnham Community Church, Ashburnham, Massachusetts
Released With the Cooperation and Permission of Albany Records