Pure DSD Editions in DSD 512, DSD 256 & DSD 128 only available from NativeDSD
Pianist Noelia Rodiles follows her earlier Stereo and 5 Channel Pure DSD 256 release The Butterfly Effect with a new album titled Slavic Soul featuring cellist Fernando Arias on Eudora Records. On the album, Rodiles plays a Steinway & Sons piano and Arias plays a 2009 Urs Machler Violoncello.
Eudora says “Slavic Soul is the new album we’ve recorded with Noelia Rodiles and Fernando Arias. We are proud to be part of this wonderful project. It features incredible works that are seldom performed… and the sonata by Shostakovich! We are excited about its launch and presentation!”
Cellist Fernando Arias and pianist Noelia Rodiles team up for this recording, portraying 30 years of Slavic masterpieces for this combination. From the still neglected Dohnányi’s Sonata, op.8 to one of 20th Century’s chamber music masterpieces: Shostakovich’s Cello Sonata op. 40. Intense and brilliant performances in this album which also includes Janacek’s gem “Pohadka”.
The album was recorded in Stereo and 5 Channel DSD 256 at Auditorio de Zaragoza in Sala Mozart, Zaragoza, Spain on July 4-6, 2020. It was Produced and Recorded by Gonzalo Noque and Mastered by Tom Caulfield and Gonzalo Noque. Equipment used to record the album included Sonodore RCM-402, Milab Pearl CC-22 & Schoeps microphones; Horus Microphone Preamplifier and Analog to Digital Converter from Merging Technologies; Pyramix Workstation Software from Merging Technologies; Sennheiser Headphones and Dutch & Dutch 8c Loudspeakers.
Slavic Soul is a Stereo and 5 Channel Pure DSD release. Exclusively available from NativeDSD Music in the recorded Stereo and 5 Channel Pure DSD 256 bit rate as well as Stereo and 5 Channel DSD 128 and Stereo DSD 512. All created in the DSD Domain by Tom Caulfield at the NativeDSD Mastering Lab using the Signalyst HQ Player 4 Pro mastering tools.
Fernando Arias – Cellist
Noelia Rodiles – Pianist
TracklistPlease note that the below previews are loaded as 44.1 kHz / 16 bit.
Total time: 01:06:22
|Analog to Digital Converter|
Horus, Merging Technologies
Dutch & Dutch 8c
Tom Caulfield & Gonzalo Noqué
Horus, Merging Technologies
Sonodore RCM-402, Milab Pearl CC-22 & Schoeps
|Original Recording Format|
Steinway & Sons
Auditorio de Zaragoza in Sala Mozart, Zaragoza, Spain on July 4-6, 2020
Pyramix, Merging Technologies
2009 Urs Mächler
|Release Date||October 29, 2021|
Listening to pianist Noelia Rodiles is always a great pleasure, she has such a delicate, nuanced touch in her playing. (…) Her pianism is a full equal partner (and perhaps creative lead) to that of her collaborator on the cello, Fernando Arias. Together these performers forge a partnership that is fully complimentary and synergistic, one not deferring to the other, both providing equal measure of musical insight, drama, and emotion.
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