Le désormais célèbre Robert Langdon, professeur en iconographie et art religieux, est convoqué par son ami Peter Solomon, maçon de haut grade, pour une conférence à donner le soir même. Mais en arrivant au Capitole, il fait une macabre découverte. …
Die 1977 in Buenos Aires geborene Evangelina Mascardi studierte in ihrer Heimatstadt Gitarre an der „J.P. Esnaola National School of Music" bei Silvia Fernandez und Gabriel Schebor, bevor sie 1997 in die Lautenklasse von Hopkinson Smith an der „Schola Cantorum Basiliensis" eintrat, wo sie 2001 ihr Solistendiplom erlangt hat. Als Solistin nahm sie an mit großem Erfolg an verschiedenen Festivals teil (u.a. „Fringe" Barcelona. „Junge Künstler" Nürnberg, „Concentus" Berlin). Evangelina Mascardi spielt Continuo in verschiedenen Ensembles, wie „Venice Baroque Orchestra", „Zefiro", „Ensemble 415", „Capriccio Basel", „Ensemble Vocal de Lausanne" u.a…
2007 digitally remastered two-fer featuring a double dose of Dan! This CD contains Fogelberg's third and fourth albums for Epic Records and both albums hit the US Top 30 charts. Captured Angel appeared in 1975 and is a fan favorite. Apart from some percussion, 1977's Nether Lands is totally Fogelbeg on all instruments. The CD comes housed in a slipcase with extensive new notes. BGO.
…The Grand Canyon Suite by Grofe has that same cozy nostalgic feel further enhanced by some UNusual instrument placement and editing. A serious recording technician would probably laugh at the approach used by this orchestra and Living Stereo, but to me it's a silly but highly enjoyable masterpiece. The SACD Stereo sound is fantastic, and this is one of my SACD Top Picks!
The new solo album of Toyohiko Satoh, the 72 year old Japanese lutenist who is considered my many as one of the most influential lute players of the last century, presents a well-known repertoire of baroque lute music. Mr. Satoh was the first lutenist to record Bach’s lute music on LP in the 70s (Phillips). Now he returns to this music 40 years later, delivering a completely different rendering of these iconic pieces. His playing has been influenced much by his studies of traditional Japanese arts such as tea ceremony, No-theater and Zen meditation. So here we are presented a recording that draws from the deep silence within, from the awareness of everything in the universe being connected, and from the understanding of Bach’s music as a universal, almost superhuman symbol of completeness.
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The fluidity of his playing on this album is amazing. Each note falls in place at exactly the right moment. Besides the well-known J.S. Bach, he also introduces us to several other less-known Baroque composers: Gaspar Sanz, Fernando Sor, S.L. Weiss, & Robert de Visee. Too often, Baroque music is presented as just an exercise in counterpoint. In this album, the rhythm is matched to human emotions in such a way that it's not just an academic exercise. The music is both exhilarating and soothing.