(Classical Crossover) Bela Fleck - Perpetual Motion - 2001, FLAC (tracks+.cue), lossless


 

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Bela Fleck - Perpetual Motion
Жанр: Classical Crossover
Дата выпуска оригинала: Oct 2, 2001
Производитель диска, номер, страна: Sony SK 89610
Аудио кодек: FLAC
Тип рипа: (tracks + .cue)
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Включает: Full artwork
Продолжительность: 57'44
Источник: веб
Это альбом классической музыки - несмотря на то, что Бела Флек известен, как фьюжн-музыкант, в этом альбоме нет ни одного такта импровизации. Альбом также уникален тем, что ни одна пьеса не исполняется на тех инструментах, для которых была написана. Бела Флек и Эдгар Мейер удостоились премии Грамми в 2002 за арранжировку "Doctor Gradus Ad Parnassum" (Claude Debussy). Са альбом тоже получил премию Грамми (Best Classical Crossover Album.)
Трэклист:
All songs arranged by Edgar Meyer and Bela Fleck with additional arranger specified:
1. "Keyboard Sonata In C Major" (K 159, L 104) (Domenico Scarlatti) – 2:19
* Bela Fleck – banjo; Chris Thile – mandolin
2. "Two Part Invention No. 13 In A Minor" (BWV 784) (Johann Sebastian Bach) – 1:45
* Fleck – banjo; Evelyn Glennie – marimba
3. "Doctor Gradus Ad Parnassum" from Children's Corner Suite (L 113) (Claude Debussy) – 2:25
* Fleck – banjo; Joshua Bell – violin; Gary Hoffman – cello
4. Mazurka In F Sharp Minor, Op. 59 No. 3 (Frederic Chopin) – 3:43
* Fleck – banjo; John Williams – guitarist
5. "Prelude" from Partitia No. 3 for Solo Violin (BWV 1006) (Bach) – 3:47
* Fleck – banjo
6. Etude In C Sharp Minor, Op. 10 No. 4 (Chopin) – 2:13
* Fleck – banjo; Hoffman – cello
7. Mazurka In F Sharp Minor, Op. 6 No. 1 (Chopin) – 2:24
* Fleck – banjo; Bell – violin
8. Three-Part Invention (Sinfonia) No. 10 (BWV 796) (Bach) – 1:01
* Fleck – banjo; Thile – mandolin; Edgar Meyer – bass
9. Melody In E-flat (Peter Tchaikovsky) – 3:15
* Fleck – banjo; Meyer – piano
10. "Presto No. 1 In G Minor After Bach" from Five Studies for Piano (Johannes Brahms) – 1:49
* Fleck – banjo; Glennie – marimba
11. "Prelude" from Suite for Unaccompanied Cello No. 1 (BWV 1007) (Bach) – 2:17
* Fleck – banjo
12. Three-Part Invention (Sinfonia) No. 15 (BWV 801) (Bach) – 1:14
* Fleck – banjo; Bell – violin; Glennie – marimba
13. Moto Perpetuo Op. 11 No. 2 (Nicolo Paganini) – 3:40
* Fleck – banjo; Meyer – piano
14. Keyboard Sonata In D Minor (K 213, L 108) (Scarlatti) – 4:51
* Fleck – banjo; Thile – mandolin
15. Two Part Invention No. 6 (BWV 777) (Bach) – 2:29
* Fleck – banjo; Meyer – bass
16. "Adagio Sostenuto" from Piano Sonata No. 14 In C Sharp Minor, Op. 27 No. 2 "Moonlight" (Ludwig van Beethoven) – 5:07
* Fleck – banjo; Hoffman – cello; Meyer – bass
17. Two Part Invention No. 11 (BWV 782) (Bach) – 0:55
* Fleck – banjo; Glennie – marimba
18. Seven Variations In C On "God Save The King" (Beethoven) – 9:06
* Fleck – banjo; Williams – guitar
19. Three-Part Invention (Sinfonia) No. 7 (BWV 793) (Bach) – 2:01
* Fleck – banjo; Bell – violin; Meyer – bass
20. Moto Perpetuo Op. 11 No. 2 (Bluegrass Version) (Paganini - arr:James Bryan Sutton) – 2:38
* Fleck – banjo; James Bryan Sutton – guitar
Tracks 2 3, 7, 10, 12, 17, 19 recorded March 25-27, 2001 at Avatar Recording Studious, York City.
Tracks 6, 16 recorded February 12, 2001 at Avatar Recording Studios, New York City.
Tracks 4, 18 recorded January 29,2001 at Lyndhurst Hall, Air Studios, London.
Tracks 1,5,8, II, 14, 15, 20 recorded 2001 at Sanctuary Studio, Nashville.
Tracks 9, 13 recorded 2001 at Peacock Gardens Studio, Nashwille
Состав:
* Bela Fleck - Gibson 1937 style 75 banjo, Gold Star banjo with thick gut strings on Two-Part Invention No. 13
* Joshua Bell - Tom Taylor Stradivarius violin of 1732
* Gary Hoffman - 1662 Nicolo Amati cello made in Cremona, Italy
* Evelyn Glennie - Malletech marimba
* Edgar Meyer - Customized 1769 Gabrielli double bass, piano on Melody in E-flat and Moto Perpetuo
* Chris Thile - 2000 Lynn Dudenbostel F5 mandolin
* James Bryan Sutton - 1996 Bourgeois D150 steel string guitar
* John Williams - 2000 Greg Smallman and Sons guitar

Несколько слов на английском - Bela Fleck About Perpetual Motion:

This recording has been a long time coming. I guess it starts with being named Bela Anton Leos Fleck, after composers Bartok, Dvorak and Janacek. It continues with listening to my cellist stepfather Joe playing string quartets often throughout my teen years. Then it jumps forward to a new friend I found in 1982, who plays the bass like no one I've ever heard, happens to be deep into classical music and also likes the banjo.
Edgar Meyer and I first met in Aspen, Colorado. I was performing in the New Grass Revival and he was studying in Aspen for the summer. He had won the Pitkin Country Fair's fiddle contest on the upright bass - an act of will. NGR had played there that afternoon, and with the evening off I went in search of the great bass hope. I found him performing in front of the Haagan Dazs store on the street in Aspen. It was the beginning of a beautiful friendship that has deepened as the years pass. Eventually he moved to Nashville, and we have continued to play music together as the opportunities present themselves. I've watched him perform classical recitals whenever possible. Edgar has often pushed me to get involved with classical music, whether it was writing a piece together for banjo and string quartet in 1983, recording Uncommon Rituai with J.S. Bach and William Byrd pieces, or looking for interesting Bach duets to perform together.
This project came directly out of that, as Peter Gelb became aware of our friendship and extended a record deal in my direction. We had several meetings and discussions about what would be the best first record to do as a banjoist on Sony Classical. It seemed important to start off with either a concerto or some traditional classical music and he pushed me to consider the latter. I agreed to listen to some music and see if I could find any pieces that I loved enough to learn. I went through hundreds of recordings and very gradually began to find the odd piece that might work. Eventually I had found enough to believe there would be enough to bring this idea to life.
Now I had to figure out how to learn this stuff on the technical level. Although a terrible music manuscript reader, I am fairly adept at reading banjo tablature, which is a number system we use to notate music with. Because the banjo is tuned in close intervals, one can play many of the notes in a variety of locations. This makes conventional notation a little confusing to me, as it doesn't tell you where on the instrument to play the notes.
Every part of this process was new to me - even going into manuscript stores to search for the pieces I had found was an adventure. My mother, who lives in New York City, also searched for and located some of the music. Next, I made friends with Eberhard Ramm, who has been doing Edgar's copy work for many years.
Eberhard put the music into a computer program, from which we could transpose into keys that fit the banjo range. Amazingly there was a feature that turned the music into tablature, and we made a custom banjo tab. Then the program put all of the notes on the banjo fingerboard. Unfortunately, nearly all of the notes were on the wrong strings, impossible to play, with huge leaps, and unalterable in the computer. But I could read this much quicker than conventional notation. Then I used 'white out* to replace the unplayable computer fingerings on my copies, penciling in the optimum ones.
Now I just needed to create fingerings that made sense, a job that started during the Flecktones tour of Europe in July 2000 and continued right down to the recording date for each tune. I had about six months to do all this, and also learn the music. In some cases, Edgar allowed me to change a few notes to make it playable, or more sensible considering the instruments that would actually play the piece. None of these pieces are played on the instruments they were written for, so all the musicians had similar challenges making the music fit.
Midway through the process, I was able to run through some of these pieces with musicians in Nashville, and on the road, which gave me some confidence that this could work, but also showed me that I needed to be practicing, much harder than I had done in many years. Since the Flecktones were now on tour, I practiced a lot before soundchecks, before the shows, and late at night, after we were done. I tried to have the banjo in my hands constantly.
As some of the pieces were physically very taxing, there were times when I had to back off to keep from hurting myself permanently! A massage therapist friend of mine worked on my arms a couple of times, especially around the practicing and recording of Paganini's Moto Perpetuo, which was the greatest strain.
As the recording dates approached I felt very confident that I had my part together. Wrong! To my dismay, I found that playing these pieces with real live classical musicians is much different than practicing by myself. One major difference is in the approach to time. In most of the music I play, people tend to play pretty metronomically or speed up slightly, while maintaining a groove or good feel.
With classical players, the challenge was that the tempo could speed up or slow down in various places, either by developing a plan, or simply reacting spontaneously to each other. So there was a lot of adjusting on the spot, and in each case, lots of last minute decisions and choices. Amazingly each piece came together, some with a battle, some with a whimper! This is due to the generous contributions of all my collaborators, who also helped me to avoid some of the pitfalls of playing much of this music on the banjo for the first time.
So that's the story of Perpetual Motion. I had a wonderful time learning and playing this music with these fantastic musicians. I also loved the chance to become more intimate with the music of these composers, which continues to live on.

EAC log

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auCDtect: CD records authenticity detector, version 0.8.2
Copyright (c) 2004 Oleg Berngardt. All rights reserved.
Copyright (c) 2004 Alexander Djourik. All rights reserved.
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Я не сидирую все свои раздачи подолгу, только новые (до 3х первых сидов)
Предлагаю скачавшим максимально долго оставаться на раздаче - весь рейтинг будет ваш
За своими раздачами не слежу - если нет сидов или раздача находится в архиве, пришлите письмо, и я вернусь



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