℗ 2022 Stick&Bow
Released June 3, 2022
Duration 1h 02m 57s
Catalogue No. AN28837
Genre Classical (20th/21st Century)
 

Piazzolla, Beytelmann: Veni, vola, veni

Stick&Bow, Gustavo Beytelmann

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1.1
Buenos Aires hora cero (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Astor Piazzolla; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
4:03
1.2
Travesia (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Gustavo Beytelmann; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
6:18
1.3
Rio Sena (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Astor Piazzolla; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
4:26
1.4
Revirado (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Astor Piazzolla; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
3:37
1.5
Soledad (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Astor Piazzolla; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
5:51
1.6
Mientras, antes... (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Gustavo Beytelmann; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
13:25
1.7
Contrastes (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Astor Piazzolla; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
3:34
5 Imagenes  
1.8
I (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Gustavo Beytelmann; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
1:04
1.9
II (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Gustavo Beytelmann; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
2:17
1.10
III (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Gustavo Beytelmann; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
1:21
1.11
IV (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Gustavo Beytelmann; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
4:05
1.12
V (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Gustavo Beytelmann; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
2:18
1.13
Picasso (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Astor Piazzolla; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
3:47
1.14
Vardarito (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
Astor Piazzolla; Stick&Bow; Gustavo Beytelmann
6:51
Founded in 2018, Stick&Bow is a Montreal-based duo composed of Krystina Marcoux on marimba and Argentine-born Juan Sebastian Delgado on cello. Although they are classically trained, their repertoire is eclectic, ranging from baroque music to tango. For this album, entitled Veni, vola, veni and dedicated to Astor Piazzola, they joined forces with the famous Argentinean pianist Gustavo Beytelmann, who also wrote the arrangements. Veni, vola, veni is Stick&Bow’s third album. After having recorded works by Bach in collaboration with harpsichordist Luc Beauséjour, they now tackle tango with the master Gustavo Beytelmann. Working with Beytelmann was an immense privilege for both musicians, who readily admit that this experience will be a milestone in their career and that it changed their vision of tango, while deepening their knowledge of this style of music. The result is there and no one doubts that the realization of Veni, vola, veni gives them wings for the future…
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Groupe Analekta, Inc Studio Masters

Tracks 10-14 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.51
-5.31 to -0.97
-20.19
-24.54 to -17.86
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10 to 13
1
Buenos Aires hora cero (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.00-21.1912
2
Travesia (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.00-19.6312
3
Rio Sena (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.00-19.4711
4
Revirado (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.00-17.9211
5
Soledad (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-3.53-21.7311
6
Mientras, antes... (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.00-20.4512
7
Contrastes (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.00-19.0611
8
I (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.02-18.8411
9
II (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-5.31-24.5411
10
III (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.01-18.8613
11
IV (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.00-22.8213
12
V (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-0.97-17.8610
13
Picasso (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-0.99-19.1911
14
Vardarito (Arr. for piano, cello and vibraphone by Gustavo Beytelmann)
-1.33-21.1712

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