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Silvestrov: Postludium No. 3 [DSD Single]

Matt Haimovitz, Nadia Shpachenko

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Cellist  Matt Haimovitz  and Kharkiv-born pianist Nadia Shpachenko present a DSD Single of Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov’s Postludium No. 3, “a piece that merges the cello and piano organically into one celestial, loving breath, a metaphor for the power of music to unify in a divisive world.” Exclusively Available at NativeDSD in Stereo DSD 512, DSD 256, DSD 128, DSD 64 and DXD. 

To Haimovitz, playing Silvestrov’s music and celebrating Ukrainian culture with native-born Nadia Shpachenko has been a wonderfully meaningful experience. The collaboration on this recording gave Shpachenko  an outlet to convey her pain about the war, while projecting hope.

Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov’s Postludium No. 3 merges the cello and piano organically into one celestial, loving breath, a metaphor for the power of music to unify in a divisive world. Playing Silvestrov’s music and celebrating Ukrainian culture with nativeborn Nadia Shpachenko has been a wonderfully meaningful experience. Slava Ukraini!
– Matt Haimovitz

Valentin Silvestrov’s Postludium No. 3 is a touching, thoughtful, and deeply imaginative composition. Collaboration on this piece with the extraordinary cellist Matt Haimovitz gave me an outlet to convey my pain about the war, while projecting hope. Evokingmemories of my childhood in Kharkiv, a city that has been under constant attack since the war began on my birthday exactly two years ago, this release is personal.
– Nadia Shpachenko


Matt Haimovitz, Cello
Nadia Shpachenko, Piano

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Postludium No. 3
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Total time: 00:04:54

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Release DateFebruary 23, 2024

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