Nima Ben David: Viola da Gamba
Works by Abel, J. S. Bach, De Machy, Hersant, Hume, Christodoulou and Gurdjieff
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Karl Friederich Abel (1723-1787)
1) Prélude in D minor WKO 205 5:17
2) Arpeggio in D minor WKO 207 2:21
3) J.S. Bach (1685-1750): Sarabande from suite No. 6 in D major 5:06
4) Mr. de Sainte Colombe (ca: 1640-1690): Prélude in D minor 3:19
Le Sieur De Machy (1680) Suite
5) Prelude 1:10
6) Allemande 2:49
7) Courante 2:49
8) Sarabande 3:54
9) Gigue 1:26
10) Gavotte 1:05
11) Menuet 1:18
Philippe Hersant (2003) "L'Ombre d'un Doute"
12) Fanfare 1:11
13) La Messagere 1:16
14) Les Ombres 1:17
15) La Harpe d'Orphee 1:15
16) Les Espirits 1:29
17) Le Chemin de Jerusalem 7:34
18) Tobias Hume (ca: 1569-1645)
Captain Hume's Pavan (No 46 from Musical Humors) 4:15
19) Profusios 4:49
20) Prélude in D Major 1:18
21) Prélude in E minor 1:55
22) Tobias Hume: Pavan in A 4:01
23) Ch.Christodoulou (2007): Fantaisie du Village 4:16
24) G.I. Gurdjieff: (1925) Prière pour la miséricorde 3:19
The album was recorded in July 2010 over the course of three hot summer days in the medieval chapel of Terres de Chaux, Le Doubs, France. MA's newly acquired KORG MR2000s DSD recorder was utilized at the ultra high sampling rate of 5.6 MHz. One pair of DPA 4006 microphones was used together with custom microphone amplification built by Marcel Croese of Creato Audio (www.creatoaudio.com) Microphone cabling was Crystal Cable Ultra with line level cables by Creato Audio. The project was downsampled to 176.4 kHz PCM with Korg AudioGate software before editing and mastered using Samplitude Master software.
Produced and Engineered by Todd Garfinkle