The Youth Orchestra of the Americas is made up of talented musicians, from 18 to 28 years old, carefully selected to represent 22 countries in North, South and Central America. Under the inspired and dynamic direction of the young Quebec conductor Jean-Pascal Hamelin, they offer us a refreshing version of Dvořák’s Ninth Symphony, also known as the New World Symphony. This is followed by the irresistible, “Danzón number 2″, a nostalgic yet lively piece by Mexican composer Arturo Marquez. The album ends with a dazzling “Bootlegger’s Tarentella” by Canadian composer John Estacio.
Recorded live in concert, in August 2009, by Fidelio Music, this recording benefited from the unique acoustics of the Domaine Forget, in Charlevoix. Music lovers will enjoy the refined performance, while audiophiles will delight in René Laflamme’s “high resolution” sound recording.
Youth Orchestra of the Americas
Jean-Pascal Hamelin, Conductor
Total time: 00:59:04
DSD 512 fs, DSD 256 fs, DSD 128 fs, DSD 64 fs, FLAC 192 kHz, FLAC 96 kHz
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|Release Date||April 22, 2022|
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I really like this album with great audiophile songs and this young orchestra. I was there inside orchestra. It’s orchestral deflagration is not inside my head with my Audeze open headphone but the sound is around me.
Seven years ago it was so difficult to find DSD to download. With NativeDSD, I am always satisfied.
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