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Heavy

Édua Amarilla Zádory

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1
Lightfire
Nikolet Burzyńska; Édua Amarilla Zádory
6:02
2
Perpetuum tanguile
Juan Manuel Abras; Édua Amarilla Zádory
4:25
3
Del bianco silenzio... Al limite della notte
Federico Placidi; Édua Amarilla Zádory; Federico Placidi
26:34
4
Fire on Snow, Op. 127
Filip Sande; Édua Amarilla Zádory
10:21
5
Scherzino diminuito
Bence Hartl; Édua Amarilla Zádory
4:54
6
The Hermit (after Arnold Böcklin's “Der Einsiedler”) [Revised 2016 Version]
Juan Manuel Abras; Édua Amarilla Zádory
10:20
7
Fragment from In Breath of Time, DWV 62
Johanna Doderer; Édua Amarilla Zádory
7:06
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:42
Hungarian violinist Édua Zádory is known for her bold interpretations and dedication to contemporary music. Her album Heavy is no exception, containing seven new and exciting solo violin works written for Zádory by composers such as Nikolet Burzyńska and Johanna Doderer which display the full extent of the violinist's expansive virtuosity and musicality.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Track 6 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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