Marianne Thorsen, Trondheimsolistene - Mozart - Violin Concertos mp3 flac download
|Title:||Mozart - Violin Concertos|
|Date of release:||2006|
|MP3 album size:||1829 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1656 mb|
|Digital formats:||ADX MMF MP2 AA WAV DMF MP4|
Marianne Thorsen renders Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major K. 218, a true musical masterpiece, at the same magical level, though differently, a. .
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MOZART Violin Concertos. Marianne Thorsen, violin TrondheimSolistene Øyvind Gimse, conductor. Catalogue 2L-038-SACD 2L-038-LP 2L-038-MQA2016. This album from 2L was declared a "Record to Die For" by Stereophile Magazine and won the Spellemann-prize as Best Classical Album when it was first released in 2006. In only a decade this recording with Marianne Thorsen and TrondheimSolistene has manifested as a classic audiophile reference, the worlds very first commercial recording in DXD resolution. Now we have brought out of storage the original analogue-to-digital converters and analyzed their characteristics in light of recent technical development from MQA.
Album · 2006 · 9 Songs. Violin Concerto in D Major, K. 218, Allegro. Marianne Thorsen, TrondheimSolistene & Øyvind Gimse. 2. 218, Andante Cantabile. 3. 218, Rondeau - Andante Grazioso.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 105/130 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Violin Concertos (TrondheimSolistene feat. conductor: Øyvind Gimse, violin: Marianne Thorsen). 1. Concerto No. 4 in D major for Violin, K. 218: I. Allegro. Violin Concertos Nos. 2 & 5; Sinfonia Concertante.
This album from 2L was declared a "Record to Die For" by Stereophile Magazine and won the Spellemann-prize as Best Classical Album when it was first released in 2006.
Norwegian violinist Marianne Thorsen (active mostly in England) and the Trondheim Solistene state here that they "wish to present a fresh version of the most elegant violin concertos in the history of music. This being an audiophile release, they view the challenge in mostly technical terms. The sonic ambiance of the Norwegian church recording location is, it must be said, a bit too far on the live side; Mozart's violin concertos weren't performed in churches, but in well-upholstered rooms. But the combination of transparency and immediacy is impressive; microphones capture a strong sense of Thorsen's physical presence, but her interactions with the small orchestra do not suffer.
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, TrondheimSolistene, Marianne Thorsen, Øyvind Gimse. MOZART Violin Concerto in D major KV 218, I. Allegro - MQA remix 2016 - Morten Lindberg, Bob Stuart. MOZART Violin Concerto in D major KV 218, II.
To us, Mozart is as solid as rock, as soft as snow, and as clear as ice; this recording embraces the listener in a sonic world that invites to participate actively in the experience, in close and mutual interaction with the soloist and the orchestra. Only in this way can we genuinely express our love of Mozart's music. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791).
|Nr. 4 i D-dur KV 218|
|Rondeau - Andante Grazioso||7:27|
|Nr. 3 i G-dur KV 216|
|Rondeau - Allegro||6:32|
|Nr. 5 i A-dur KV 219|
|Rondeau - Tempo Di Menuetto||8:55|
|2L38, 2L38NTNU||Marianne Thorsen, Trondheimsolistene||Marianne Thorsen, Trondheimsolistene - Mozart - Violin Concertos (CD, Album, S/Edition + SACD, Album, S/Edition)||2L, 2L||2L38, 2L38NTNU||Norway||2006|
|2L38-LP||Marianne Thorsen, Trondheimsolistene||Marianne Thorsen, Trondheimsolistene - Mozart - Violin Concertos (LP, 180)||2L||2L38-LP||Norway||2006|