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AYAR 9642-45
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45 RPM Vinyl Record

Note: 180 Gram

45 RPM

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180-gram 45 RPM LP

Remastered by Bernie Grundman

"Janaki's debut album was one of the frist I mastered for Yarlung Records... People still want to talk about it at audiophile shows, usually with sharpie pen in hand, asking for autograph on the original CD. This has become one of Yarlung's iconic recordings, an 'out of the ballpark' home run becuase it combines lifelike sound with hair raising, inspired performances. The 3D presentation, the "you are there" tonality and perfect acoustic decay in Zipper Hall where this was recorded, reveal three living breathing musicians playing just for us; it doesn't get any better than this" Steve Hoffman

"They play with remarkable intent.. the program shows clarity of articulation and an alertness that is good to hear." — David Moore, American Record Guide

Janaki String Trio brings together three friends and virtuoso musicians whose passion and commitment captivate their audiences as they tackle their music with freshness, energy and maturity. Founded at The Colburn School of Music in Los Angeles in early 2005, the group soon won the 59th Annual Coleman Chamber Music Competition, and in March 2006, the threesome came to national attention as the first string trio ever to win the Concert Artists Guild International Competition. The Trio also garnered the inaugural BMI Foundation Commission Prize.

The Janaki Trio was selected to participate in Canada's Banff Music Festival in June 2006. This honor follows an exciting 2005-06 season, highlighted by performances on such series as Sundays Live at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Lagerstrom Chamber Music at Caltech, South Bay Chamber Music Society and the Music Guild Chamber Music Series. Janaki Trio made its New York recital debut in Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall in January 2007.

Krzysztof Penderecki (b. 1933)
1. String Trio, Mov 1
2. String Trio, Mov 2

Jason Barabba (b. 1970)
3. String Trio-- Congruity Theory
4. String Trio-- Obstinate Spaces
5. String Trio-- Anamnesis
6. String Trio-- Lost in Soquel

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Absolutely Stunning!!

posted on 09/04/2016
5 Stars
Reviewer: Al Webb
This just may be the most life-like, transparent analogue LP I have ever heard in my 40 plus years of listening to music. I couldn't believe the level of resolution, dynamics and natural timbre of this recording. Even if you don't like chamber music you owe it to yourself to listen to this recording. Music-making at the highest level. Congrats to the recording and producing team and especially to the Janaki String Trio. Absolutely Stunning!!

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