Vitaly Samoshko

“Vitaly Samoshko, Piano” [L.A.T. 01 – 2003]

Posted in Discography by fvc on April 19, 2010

Franz Schubert Sonata in a, D.537, op. 164
Robert Schumann Kreisleriana, op. 16
Alexander Skriabin Sonata n°5, op. 53
Sergei Prokofiev Sonata n°7 in Bes, op. 83

Steinway D – N° 559549 – November, 2001 – pianos Hanlet Brussels – 1866

Producer: Lineair Art Transfer ©,

recording: Yannick Willox, Acoustic Recording Service b.v.b.a.
tuners: André Fievet, Paul Colinet
musicologist: Yves Knockaert
translations: Hermann Becker (D), Pierre Debock (F), Aagje Van Cauwelaert-de Wyels (E)
photography: Frédérique Debras, Marleen Van Waeyenberge
graphic design: Jan Minne

Distribution Benelux
Mr. Laurent Jakou
Langeweg, 28
B-3090 Overijse
Tel: +32 (0)2 / 768 28 01
Fax: +32 (0)2 / 768 29 02
Mobile: +32 (0)495 / 517 228

24, 25 and 26 March 2003 in Studio 1 – Flagey – Brussels
by Yannick Willox, Acoustic Recording Service b.v.b.a.
This CD was recorded on a Soundscape R.Ed 24 bit/96KHz, using Sennheiser MKH40/30 microphones in Mid-Side single point set-up, through a Gracedesign 801R preamp. No subsequent equalizing or processing was used. Monitored on Link K50 loudspeakers/Bryston 3BSST amplifier.

Studio 1 – Flagey – Brussels
First recording in Studio 1 (March, 2003), after restoration of ‘the sound factory’ Flagey, the former building of the National Institute for Radio Broadcasting built by architect Joseph Diongre in 1935-1938 re-opened its doors on October 1, 2002 after a meticulous renovation. Known worldwide for its architecture and the superb acoustics of its studios, Flagey has set the scene for a captivating programme: jazz, world, classical and contemporary music as well as film and video presentations.
The new Flagey is the result of a unique partnership of almost 40 private companies and the public authorities. Together they have created one of the most important initiatives of the last 50 years to save an endangered architectural heritage. They have restored it to its original splendour and, at the same time, adapted it to 21st century requirements.

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