Le Prophète

Erin Helyard, Stephanie McCallum

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Original Recording Format: DXD

The only way to listen to the latest symphony or opera in the nineteenth century was to either seek out a live performance or perform it at home with a piano partner, à quatre mains. Thus, an enormous amount of four-hand literature abounds from the 1820s to the 1930s. Works in transcription largely dominate this repertoire: operas, symphonies, and chamber works were adapted en masse for four hands by skilled and not so skilled musicians alike. But there were also works freshly composed in the medium, and four-handed playing could be heard in the home (its natural environment) but also on the relatively new environment of the concert stage

Tracklist

1.
Le Prophète - Ouverture
12:34
2.
Prelude No. 1 - Moderamente
03:25
3.
Prelude No. 2 - Andantino
04:33
4.
Prelude No. 3 - Allegro Moderato
01:55
5.
Prelude No. 4 - Tempo Giusto
04:50
6.
Prelude No. 5 - Quasi Adagio
05:08
7.
Prelude No. 6 - Andantino
04:24
8.
Prelude No. 7 - Alla Giudesca
04:30
9.
Prelude No. 8 - Lento
03:10
10.
Prelude No. 9 - Adagio
08:54
11.
Hommage a Weber, Op. 102 - Allegro Vivace
04:30
12.
Hommage a Weber, Op. 102 - Andantino Con Moto
03:57
13.
Hommage a Weber, Op. 102 - Allegro Vivace
06:09

Total time: 01:07:59

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Editing Software

Pyramix

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Original Recording Format

Cables

Mogami, Furutech

Digital Converters

Sphynx 2

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Mastering Room

Vivid Audio B1 Decade

Mastering Engineer

Brendon Heinst

Microphones

Sonodore

Producer

Brendon Heinst

Recording Engineer

Brendon Heinst

Recording Software

Merging

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DXD

SKU

TTK0005

Release Date March 3, 2017
SKU TTK0005

Press reviews

Fanfare Magazine

Dave Saemann of Fanfare Magazine says “McCallum and Helyward are wonderful tour guides through this repertoire. They succeed at making each of the different pianos feel like the instrument they grew up with.”

Jacquelin Kharouf from Fanfare adds “The album sounds beautiful. Artistically, aesthetically and from standards of technical quality, the sound is about as authentic as if we were standing in the room.”

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