woensdag 18 november 2009

Scarlatti - Piano Sonatas - Yevgeny Sudbin

Opgenomen in de concertzaal van Västerås, Zweden, october 2004

Editor's Choice, Gramophone, May 2005
10/10 & Disc of the Month (April 2005), Classics Today.com

1. Sonata in B flat major, K 545 [3:06]
2. Sonata in F minor, K 466 [7:51]
3. Sonata in F minor, K 365 [3:08]
4. Sonata in D major, K 435 [3:37]
5. Sonata in B minor, K 87 [6:35]
6. Sonata in C major, K 487 [3:32]
7. Sonata in F sharp minor, K 448 [3:13]
8. Sonata in D major, K 492 [3:52]
9. Sonata in G minor, K 30 [3:58]
10. Sonata in G major, K 455 [3:16]
11. Sonata in G minor [3:07]
12. Sonata in E major, K 20 [3:30]
13. Sonata in A major, K 429 [3:33]
14. Sonata in G minor, K 426 [5:57]
15. Sonata in G major, K 427 [2:35]
16. Sonata in B minor, K 197 [6:03]
17. Sonata in B minor, K 27 [3:31]
18. Sonata in A major, K 24 [5:14]

Download (flac, individial tracks, 229 MB): Deel I --- Deel II --- Deel III (Rapidshare)
of via Mediafire

-I noticed too late that this same disc was shared earlier on the WS 2-blog. My apologies to Ranapipiens for the unintentional and purely coincidental doublure.-

19 opmerkingen:

Ranapipiens zei

Not a problem, Edmond. It's a wonderful recording, isn't it?

Edmond zei

A joy from beginning to end, Ranapipiens. No wonder two different people ripped & uploaded it 5 years later in the same week ;-)
(By the way - if, like me, you have a particularly soft spot for the sonata in B minor K27, I might suggest Murray Perahia's interpretation also).

classicplum zei

great to see another sudbin recording (after finding his tschaikowski/medtner cd on a russian blog) - however i guess there is something wrong with the cue-sheet! 'max' doesn't open it at all and with 'xld' tracks 3/9/16 are definitely inaccessible - other tracks seem too short (they just stop inmidst the play)
could you give it a check and post (only) a revised cue if u can find the same problems?
thanks alot!

Ranapipiens zei

Edmond, If I ever had a soft spot for any one of them, it's gone -- I love 'em all now. Thanks for the suggestion; I'll give it a hearing.

@classicplum, if you give me a day or so, I'll do a test-download (I use the same Mac tools) and let you know what happens.

classicplum zei

no biggie, rana'! take your time!
even though it would be suffice to copy paste the text of your own cue-sheet (i understand that u ripped it on a mac?) its the same cd - so it should work out fine.
usually xld does the job. even though both xld and max (since the last update) have some flaws when it comes to tags - neither supports circumflex accents and mutulated vowels - which of course are indispensible for tagging classical music (e.g. opera etc)

some other considerable recordings of scarlatti of course would be pogorelich's for dg, haskil's for westminster and horowitz'

classicplum zei

*lol* and of course it is neither "mutulated" nor "mutilated" BUT "mutated vowels" or umlauts *lol*

Edmond zei

There was indeed a problem with the cue file. Apologies all around.
The links are renewed, the .rar parts now result in flac-files of this recording. (I haven't figured out how to create a cue sheet on a Mac, so hopefully this works for the time being.)

Ranapipiens zei

Although we might have to replace the characters with diacritics (accents, cedillas, tildes, háčeks, and whatnot), if the cue works in a PC, it should work in a Mac!

Anoniem zei

Wow, just found this blog and this delightful recording. THANKS!!

Ranapipiens, how does one go about obtaining an invite to WS-2? Thanks in advance.

classicplum zei

rana' - sure, but i was just generally complaining about xld/max's lacking ability to read diacritics from cues (guess it got something to do with textformats) - probably cause i was a little annoyed over having spent yet again 1hr over renaming some files manually ;o)
(i wish i had saved a previous version of max, which did the job)

the actual problem with the scarlatti/sudbin cue of course was that it didn't serve to split the apefile correctly :o)
i have noticed that phenomenon with a few rips already; unfortunately most often with cds that have a lot of tracks e.g. opera - it happens then that usually the last 2-3sec' of the split track are missing; dunno why and am still wondering because as far as i know each track is originally burned on cd as a single file.
but i really don't want to start studying programming to resolve that mystery *lol*
btw scoredaddy has posted this link "http://www.lunetta.net/lossless/" for 'optimized rips'; perhaps its of good use.

and: big THANKS to edmond for resolving the issue!

Anoniem zei

Oh, no... please, ¡Mediafire!

Unknown zei

Thank you for this rip and thank God for another Russian Scarlatti-fan pianist

deodac zei

Can't seem to have enough of Scarlatti.
You are not helping in that either. Tenks! ;)

Docteur Joseph zei

Thanks so much for that one! Sudbin is really amazing, and so are Scarlatti's sonatas!

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Audentity zei

Thanks, what a great discovery. Track 10 doesn't play all the way though, stops at 2:18.