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From the New World: Dvořák - Marquez - Estacio

Youth Orchestra of the Americas, Jean-Pascal Hamelin

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Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, "From the New World", Op. 95  
1
I. Adagio - Allegro molto
Antonín Dvořák; Youth Orchestra of the Americas; Jean-Pascal Hamelin
12:04
2
II. Largo
Antonín Dvořák; Youth Orchestra of the Americas; Jean-Pascal Hamelin
10:48
3
III. Molto vivace
Antonín Dvořák; Youth Orchestra of the Americas; Jean-Pascal Hamelin
7:32
4
IV. Allegro con fuoco
Antonín Dvořák; Youth Orchestra of the Americas; Jean-Pascal Hamelin
11:36
5
Danzón No. 2
Arturo Marquez; Youth Orchestra of the Americas; Jean-Pascal Hamelin
10:15
6
Bootlegger's Tarantella
John Estacio; Youth Orchestra of the Americas; Jean-Pascal Hamelin
6:53
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:08
"The Youth Orchestra sounds perfect as a whole as well as in its various sections ... Hamelin imprints profound nostalgia and Beethoven-like grandeur to Dvořák’s magnificent and touching work ..."
- La Presse

Under the inspired and dynamic direction of young Quebec conductor Jean-Pascal Hamelin, the Youth Orchestra of the Americas offers a refreshing and sonically stunning version of Dvořák’s Ninth Symphony, also known as the New World Symphony. Recorded live in concert in August 2009 amid the unique acoustics of the Domaine Forget in Charlevoix, Québec, the double ADISQ Award nominated album also features the irresistible Danzón No. 2, a nostalgic yet lively piece by Mexican composer Arturo Marquez. A dazzling Bootlegger’s Tarentella by Canadian composer John Estacio concludes the programme.
352.8 kHz / 24-bit, 176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 5.6448 MHz, 2.8224 MHz DSD – Fidelio Musique Studio Masters

Recorded in DXD - 352.8 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Recorded Live / Enregistré en Concert: 
Salle Françoys-Bernier du Domaine Forget St-Irénée, Québec, Canada, August 1st / 1er août 2009

Artistic direction / Direction Artistique
: Jean-Pascal Hamelin

Direction / Réalisation: Anne-Marie Sylvestre

Sound Engineering and Mastering / Prise de son
 et matriçage: René Laflamme

Graphics / Graphisme: Michel Bérard

Photographie / Photography: Michel Bérard

French Texts / Textes français
: Micheline Gagnon & John Estacio

Traduction / Translation: Aude Le Dubé

The recording was done with only two Schoeps M-222 tube microphones connected to a tubed preamplifier and linked directly to a dCS 905 analogue-to-digital converter with a 352 kHz DXD resolution. A dCS Scarlatti clock and a Pyramix Mykerinos recorder completed the recording arsenal.

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