The Tube Only Violin by Daniel Gaede
Tacets tube-only recording technique, renowned for their crystal clarity and spaciousness, score another triumph here. Heart-expanding violin pieces to suit the Viennese taste, all of them taken from the very heart of the worlds violin repertoire is what is found on this new release from the small smithy of sound, Tacet. It seems astounding that a northerner such as Daniel Gaede should have chosen to follow in the footsteps of well-established violinists from the Donau city but youll soon change your opinion when you listen to this disc! Gaede, a winner of numerous international competition, received the highest honour which can be awarded to a musician in Vienna. In 1994, aged just 26, he was appointed principal violinist (concertmaster) of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and convinced many an older violinist of his capabilities with his outstanding recordings of works by Kreisler. This new album, a collection of brilliant arrangements of favourite compositions from the 19th and 20th century, guarantees sheer listening pleasure from beginning to end. Thanks to the first class sound, achieved by using purist tube technology, this album will surely take its rightful place among works of reference.
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1. Peter Tchaikovsky: Melody Op.42, No.3
2. Rodion Schtschedrin: In the Style of Albeniz
3. Jules Massenet: Meditation from Thais
4. Franz Schubert: Ave Maria Op.52, No.6
5. Richard Drigo: "Valse Bluette," Air de Ballet
6. Moritz Moszkowski: Spanish Dance No.2, Op.12
7. Edward Elgar: Salut d'Amour Op.12
8. Charles-Auguste de Beriot: Scene de Ballett Op.100
9. Manuel M. Ponce - Jascha Heifetz: Estrellita (My Little Star), Mexican Serenade
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