℗ 2015 RCO Live

Tan Dun: The Wolf (Live)

Dominic Seldis, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Tan Dun

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Contrabass Concerto "The Wolf"  
I. Largo melancolica - Allegro
Tan Dun; Dominic Seldis; Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Tan Dun
II. Andante molto
Tan Dun; Dominic Seldis; Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Tan Dun
III. Allegro vivace
Tan Dun; Dominic Seldis; Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Tan Dun
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Total Playing Time    21:57
Academy Award and Grammy-winning composer and conductor Tan Dun, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and principal double bass player Dominic Seldis present The Wolf, written in a form of traditional concerto. Commissioned by the Royal Concertgebouw and four other orchestras, this virtuosic concerto richly gives voice to both the velvety expressive sound and the percussive abilities of the contrabass.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – RCO Live Studio Masters

Producer, recording engineer & editor: Everett Porter
Assistant engineers: Lauran Jurrius and Taco van der Werf
Recording facility: Polyhymnia International

Microphones: Neumann en Schoeps with Polyhymnia custom electronics
96 kHz recording with Benchmark AD converters
Editing & mixing: Merging Technologies Pyramix
Monitored on B&W Nautilus speakers
Design: Atelier René Knip and Olga Scholten, Amsterdam

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