Easy To Love by the Szakcsi Jr. Trio featuring Bela Szakcsi Jr. on Piano, Krisztián Pecek Lakatos on Double Bass and Elemér Balázs on Drums is first class Hungarian Jazz. It features a host of standards including Frank Sinatra’s Nancy (With The Laughing Face), Wes Montgomery’s For Heaven’s Sake and A Nightingale Sang In The Berkeley Square. This album was created with the support of the Hungarian National Cultural Fund.
The album was recorded Live to Stereo DSD 256 at SuperSize Recording Studio using the Hapi Analog to Digital Converter from Merging Technologies and Microphones from AEA, Austrian Audio, Neumann, Sennheiser, Shure, Slate Digital and Sony.
This is a Stereo DSD 256 recording that is exclusively available from NativeDSD Music in Pure DSD. In addition to the recorded DSD 256 bit rate, the other DSD bit rates have been created in the DSD Domain using the Signalyst HQ Player 4 Pro mastering tools by Tom Caulfield at the NativeDSD Mastering Lab. It is a DSD Exclusive, Not Available on SACD release.
The trio’s performance is a sophisticated and elegant stage masterpiece. Their tone is inventive, their playing technically flawless, confident and completely unified. Listening to the music of this trio of 12 years, they are characterized by nuanced musical virtuosity. Their music reflects an exceptional talent for improvisation. They are undoubtedly outstanding, exceptional musicians.
Their soaring melodies, sensitive dynamics and tight rhythms, with the amazing power of their collective playing, will leave you in awe. The piano, bass and drums flawlessly convey the motifs. They have already performed with many famous European and American jazz musicians such as John Patitucci, Jack DeJohnette, Ed Thigpen, Ravi Coltrane, Jean Toussaint, Palle Daniellson, Tony Lakatos, Pat Metheny, Mornington Lockett.
Szakcsi Jr. Trio
Béla Szakcsi Jr. – Piano
Krisztián Pecek Lakatos – Double Bass
Elemér Balázs – Drums
Total time: 00:50:40
|Analog to Digital Converter||
Hapi, Merging Technologies at DSD 256
This album was created with the support of the Hungarian National Cultural Fund
Piano: Austrian Audio OC–818 (AB conﬁguration) and AEA R88 (Blumlein conﬁguration) Bass neck: Slate Digital ML–1 Bass body: Slate Digital ML–1 Kick: Neumann U47 FET Snare top: Neumann KM 84 Snare bottom: Shure SM 57 Hihat: Neumann KM 84 Floor tom: Sennheiser MD421 Rack tom: Sennheiser MD421 Overheads: Sony C48
|Original Recording Format|
Róbert Zoltán Hunka
SuperSize Recording Studio in Hungary on June 7-8, 2022
|Release Date||July 22, 2022|
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