Vicent Morelló, solo flutist of the Royal Seville Symphony Orchestra, and pianist Daniel del Pino explore the influence of the gypsy music in the classical repertoire with this exciting program.
The music ranges from the rhapsodic and sentimental virtuosity of Sarasate’s Zigeunerweisen to the Hungarian folk-inspired lyricism of Béla Bartók’s masterpiece. Captivating and virtuoso performances provide a stunning recording.
Vicent Morello – Flute
Daniel del Pino – Piano
Total time: 01:02:13
DSD 256 fs, DSD 128 fs, DSD 64 fs, FLAC 192 kHz, FLAC 96 kHz
Andersen, Bartók, Caliendo, Dukas, Halffter, Kreisler, Pessard, Popp, Sarasate, Torroba
Sonodore, Neumann U89i, Schoeps
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Conservatorio Profesional de Getafe in Madrid, Spain
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|Release Date||September 30, 2016|
“ambitious program, perfectly defended by flute player Vicent Morello and pianist Daniel del Pino, deploying energy at every moment[…]”
“Flute players and addicts of the instrument shouldn’t miss Eudora’s latest issue, […] Morelló’s performance is remarkable, working through a huge range of techniques and flute capabilities. […] an airy ambience without loss of instrumental detail, and a natural 3-d sonic image of the ensemble.”
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