Boccherini - Four Cello Concertos - Wen-Sinn Yang, Georg Egger - 1999, 2010 (SACD-R, ISO)

Boccherini – Four Cello Concertos – Wen-Sinn Yang, Georg Egger – 1999, 2010 (SACD-R, ISO)

Composer: Luigi Boccherini
Performer: Wen-Sinn Yang
Orchestra: Accademia d’archi di Bolzano (Streicherakademie Bozen)
Conductor: Georg Egger
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 SACD-R
Format: ISO
Bit Depth: 64 (2.8 MHz/1 Bit)
Number of channels: 5.0, 2.0
Label: EU – Arts Music
Size: 4.23 GB
Recovery: +3%
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Boccherini – Four Cello Concertos
Accademia d’archi di Bolzano (Streicherakademie Bozen) / Georg Egger, Wen-Sinn Yang – solist

Concerto pour violoncelle en ré majeur n° 10 G.483)

01. Allegro moderato
02. Andante lentarello
03. Allegro e con brio

Concerto pour violoncelle en ré majeur No 2 (n°6) G.479)

04. Allegro
05. Adagio
06. Allegro assai

Concerto pour violoncelle en sol majeur No 3 (n°7) G.480)

07. Allegro
08. Adagio
09. Allegro

Concerto pour violoncelle en si bémol majeur No 9 G.482)

10. Allegro moderato
11. Andante grazioso
12. Rondo – Allegro

This SACD includes four concertos for cello and orchestra by Luigi Boccherini. They are the most well known among Boccherini’s twelve cello concertos (G.479, G.480, G.482, G.483) and they have been recorded in the less usual original version. The Swiss-Taiwanese cellist Wen-Sinn Yang, has made many soloist appearances, amongst others with the well known Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Lorin Maazel. He performs with plenty of musicality and clean technique. The South Tyrolean orchestra called String Academy Bozen includes excellent soloists from Austria, Germany and Italy and is conducted by its leader, the violinist Georg Egger.
A fresh, alive and wonderful performance that can match all expectations and all comparisons. The exceptional qualities of the recording can be fully appreciated in SACD format.
This recording, which was only presented on CD so far (highly recommended in the press) on ARTS MUSIC, will now also be available in wonderful Hybrid SACD format.



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