℗ 2021 2xHD
Released May 21, 2021
Duration 51m 43s
Record Label 2xHD
Catalogue No. 2XHDFO1203
Genre Classical
 

12-Guitar Ensemble

Forestare

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Brandenburg Concerto no 3 Bwv 1048  
1.1
I. Allegro Moderato
J.S. Bach; Forestare
5:55
1.2
II. Adagio
J.S. Bach; Forestare
0:44
1.3
III. Allegro
J.S. Bach; Forestare
5:46
J.S. Bach Fantasia Super  
1.4
Komm, heiliger geist Bwv 651
J.S. Bach; Forestare
6:47
1.5
Sonata No. 2, Op 1, Rv 63 "la Folia" (arr. David Pilon)
Antonio Vivaldi; Forestare
12:00
Concerto No. 2  
1.6
I. Adagio e Spiccato
Antonio Vivaldi; Forestare
2:02
1.7
II. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Forestare
2:37
1.8
III. Larghetto
Antonio Vivaldi; Forestare
4:02
1.9
IV. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Forestare
2:23
Bourgeois gentilhomme  
1.10
I. Ouverture (Arr. Dave Pilon)
J.B. Lully; Forestare
2:59
1.11
II. Air (Arr. David Ratelle)
J.B. Lully; Forestare
2:47
1.12
III. Canarie (Arr. David Ratelle)
J.B. Lully; Forestare
1:24
1.13
IV. Marche pour la cérémonie der Turcs (Arr. Dave Pilon)
J.B. Lully; Forestare
2:17
Digital Booklet
2xHD presents a new collection of pieces performed by the acclaimed Forestare 12-Guitar Ensemble and recorded in Mirabel, Quebec's Saint Augustin Church - featuring works from JS Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, and J.B. Lully! The recordings were made using only three Schoeps M 222 microphones in pure Decca Tree microphone technique! Guitar ensemble Forestare, composed of 12 guitars and double bass, has already existed for 16 years. Since its inception, the ensemble has participated in the creation of close to 50 original works and has adapted nearly another 100 for its unique make-up. In doing this, the ensemble has created the largest repertoire of music for guitar orchestra in the world.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 11.2896 MHz, 5.6448 MHz, 2.8224 MHz DSD – 2xHD Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.29
-10.61 to -1.47
-22.87
-31.51 to -19.50
12
10 to 15
1
I. Allegro Moderato
-1.47-19.5012
2
II. Adagio
-5.04-25.5910
3
III. Allegro
-1.98-19.8812
4
Komm, heiliger geist Bwv 651
-2.76-20.0411
5
Sonata No. 2, Op 1, Rv 63 "la Folia" (arr. David Pilon)
-2.43-22.3313
6
I. Adagio e Spiccato
-10.61-31.5113
7
II. Allegro
-1.99-22.3813
8
III. Larghetto
-2.64-27.2915
9
IV. Allegro
-4.17-22.9811
10
I. Ouverture (Arr. Dave Pilon)
-1.97-20.4012
11
II. Air (Arr. David Ratelle)
-1.99-22.4113
12
III. Canarie (Arr. David Ratelle)
-2.67-23.3612
13
IV. Marche pour la cérémonie der Turcs (Arr. Dave Pilon)
-3.05-19.6711

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