Ondulation (Pure DSD)

Pedro Mateo Gonzalez

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Ondulation is a fascinating album featuring spellbinding recordings of Bach’s Suites and Partitas on the guitar, interspersed by first recordings of György Kurtág’s four short pieces extracted from “Darabok a Gitáriskolának”.

This is a Stereo and 5 Channel Pure DSD 256 recording.  It is available in the recorded Stereo and 5 Channel DSD 256 bit rates as well as in Stereo and 5 Channel DSD 128 and Stereo DSD 512 exclusively at NativeDSD.

The album is performed with finesse and the utmost sensitivity, Pedro Mateo González guides us in a voyage through Back and Kurtág’s music, recorded in the sumptuous acoustics of the  13th Century Convent of San Francisco, in Ávila, Spain. The music is performed on a Paco Santiago Marín Guitar with Knobloch strings.

Pedro Mateo Gonzalez – Guitar

Tracklist

1.
Suite in C minor BWV 997: I. Prelude
03:23
2.
Suite in C minor BWV 997: II. Fuga
07:24
3.
Suite in C minor BWV 997: III. Sarabande
04:58
4.
Suite in C minor BWV 997: IV. Gigue & Double
03:59
5.
Darabok a Gitáriskolának: Hullámzás - Ondulation
00:30
6.
Darabok a Gitáriskolának: Parlando
00:21
7.
Suite in G major BWV 1007: I. Prelude
02:45
8.
Suite in G major BWV 1007: II. Allemande
04:30
9.
Suite in G major BWV 1007: III. Courante
02:30
10.
Suite in G major BWV 1007: IV. Sarabande
02:30
11.
Suite in G major BWV 1007: V. Menuets I & II
03:19
12.
Suite in G major BWV 1007: VI. Gigue
01:56
13.
Darabok a Gitáriskolának: Cantabile
00:20
14.
Darabok a Gitáriskolának: [Without indication]
01:02
15.
Partita in D minor BWV 1004: I. Allemanda
04:54
16.
Partita in D minor BWV 1004: II. Corrente
02:40
17.
Partita in D minor BWV 1004: III. Sarabanda
03:53
18.
Partita in D minor BWV 1004: IV. Giga
05:02
19.
Partita in D minor BWV 1004: V. Ciaccona
13:02

Total time: 01:08:58

Additional information

Label

SKU

EUDDR2202

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Analog to Digital Converter

Horus, Merging Technologies at DSD 256

Digital Workstation

Pyramix, Merging Technologies

Guitar

Paco Santiago Marín Guitar with Knobloch strings

Headphones

Sennheiser

Loudspeakers

Dutch & Dutch 8c

Microphone Preamps

Horus, Merging Technologies

Microphones

Gefell M296 (Rens Heijnis modified) & Schoeps

Instruments

Original Recording Format

Producer

Gonzalo Noqué

Recording Engineer

Gonzalo Noqué

Recording Location

Auditorio de San Francisco in Ávila, Spain on November 11-13, 2020

Release Date April 8, 2022

Press reviews

Audiophile Sound 5 out of 5

This is then, without exaggeration, a truly unique approach to Bach and I look forward to hearing more from this artist…What you have here is very natural guitar sound, where Gonzales could be in your living-room, which is what high quality recording has always been about.

Positive Feedback

Ondulation is a very attractive album featuring recordings of Bach’s Suites and Partitas on the guitar, interspersed by first recordings of György Kurtág’s four short pieces extracted from “Darabok a Gitáriskolának.” Recorded in the resonant acoustics of the 13th Century Convent of San Francisco, in Ávila, Spain (yes, as an American I had to look twice at the name of that recording venue), the sound quality is superb. (…) Recording engineer Gonzalo Noqué has once again found that perfect balance of direct and reflected sound to create an experience that is as close to being in the audience for a live recital as I have in my music library. And the Pure DSD256 recording retains all of the delicacy, detail and harmonic overtones of the beautiful sounding guitar that González performs.

Positive Feedback

Ondulation is a very attractive album featuring recordings of Bach’s Suites and Partitas on the guitar, interspersed by first recordings of György Kurtág’s four short pieces extracted from “Darabok a Gitáriskolának.” Recorded in the resonant acoustics of the 13th Century Convent of San Francisco, in Ávila, Spain (yes, as an American I had to look twice at the name of that recording venue), the sound quality is superb.

Recording engineer Gonzalo Noqué has once again found that perfect balance of direct and reflected sound to create an experience that is as close to being in the audience for a live recital as I have in my music library. And the Pure DSD256 recording retains all of the delicacy, detail and harmonic overtones of the beautiful sounding guitar that González performs.

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