℗ 2013 PentaTone
 

Giovanni Gabrieli: Berliner Dom: Music for Brass & Organ

Andreas Sieling, Berlin Brass, Lucas Vis

Available in 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC and 2.8224 MHz DSD / DSF high-resolution audio formats

"... a knockout! We are taken back to the 17th century in a spacious resonant cathedral ... a sonic treat ... don't miss this one!"
- ClassicalCDReview.com

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Canzone e Sonate (1615)  
1
Canzon XV à 10
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
3:57
2
Canzon VI à 7
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
2:54
Sacrae symphoniae (1597)  
3
Sonata Octavi Toni à 12
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
4:40
Canzone e Sonate (1615)  
4
Canzon IX à 8
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
2:34
5
Canzon XVI à 12
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
3:21
6
Canzon in G Minor
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling
3:09
Sacrae symphoniae (1597)  
7
Canzon III à 4
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
1:43
8
Canzon I à 4 “La spirita”
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
2:39
9
Ricercar primi toni
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling
1:58
10
Canzone IV à 4
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
2:02
11
Canzona II à 4
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
2:13
12
Sonata pian'e forte, alla quarta bassa, à 8
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
4:20
13
Canzon in A Minor
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling
3:50
Canzone e Sonate (1615)  
14
Canzon I à 5
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
2:47
15
Sonata XIX à 15
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
5:44
16
Canzon XVII à 12
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
2:27
17
Sonata XVIII à 14
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
5:26
18
Sonata XX à 22
Giovanni Gabrieli; Andreas Sieling; Berlin Brass; Lucas Vis
6:19
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    62:03
"Five Stars ... it is most pleasing to hear these settings for pipe organ and brass, expertly recorded ... a tremendous demonstration of the value of hi-res sound ..."
- Audiophile Audition

"I doubt you’ll find a disc of Gabrieli’s works for brass played any better than they are here and I know you won’t find a more spectacular-sounding recording than this one ... strongly recommended."
- Fanfare

Recorded in Berlin’s magnificent cathedral with its superlative acoustics, this album features some of Giovanni Gabrieli's most celebrated compositions in outstanding sound quality. In partnership with some 30 brass players from the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Berlin’s Deutsche Oper and other ensembles, this 2013 release succeeds in conveying the full lustre of the Venetian polychoral style.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 2.8224 MHz DSD – PentaTone Studio Masters

Recorded at the Berliner Dom, February 2013
A co-production of PentaTone Music, Deutschlandradio and the Berliner Dom
Executive Producers: Job Maarse, Jörg Lehmann & Stefan Lang Recording
Producer: Job Maarse
Balance Engineer: Jean-Marie Geijsen
Recording Engineer: Roger de Schot
Editing: Jean-Marie Geijsen
Photos: Mark Noormann, edited by Jörg Lehmann Liner notes: Jakob Lehmann, Svenja Pelzel

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