The “Eroica” has been revived. The excited anticipation that abounds in this album is the hope toward the beginning of a new era that a young Beethoven, who composed this symphony, entrusted in Napoleon.
This symphony, which was composed using Baroque and Classical styles, begins in an aggressive Allegro, presents praise for the past and hope for the future in the Marcia funebre, rings out courageously through horns in the Scherzo, and reaches the most beautiful chorale in the Finale.
“Spring’s Voices” by Strauss presents the beautiful spring of the future that was anticipated in the “Eroica.”
This album contains renditions that thoroughly present the beauty of these various scenes.
Total time: 01:04:32
Korg MR-2000, Tascam DA-3000, aiQualia I88AD-U1
This album was recorded using a newly developed audio interface, the aiQualia I88AD-U1. The 8-channel 5.6 MHz DSD data (DSD 128fs) was edited and mixed on KORG's Clarity DSD Workstation and was completed as Stereo and Multichannel DSD 64 and DSD 128 master files. One special feature of this album is that all of the recording processes were done in the DSD domain, excluding artificial processing.
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Marek Piacek, Stanislav Benacka
Slovak Philharmonic Hall, Bratislava, Slovakia
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|Release Date||January 26, 2018|
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