180 Gram Vinyl Record
180-gram vinyl featuring Latin Grammy Award Winner!
Mastering by Bernie Grundman
Recognized by The Absolute Sound as one of the 40 Best Recordings of All Time!
"Cellist Antonio Lysy and pianist Bryan Pezzone play gorgeously and are gorgeously recorded, the sound immaculately clear and immediate, rich in tonal splendor, and revealing of the venue (Santa Monica's The Broad Stage). The deeply resonant cello pizzicatos at the end of Schifrin's Pampas ring off into air-filled space like starlight into infinity." — Mark Lehman, The Absolute Sound, 2013
"You'll hear the sound quality right away, I'm sure. Even before your brain starts analyzing the soundstage, bass and treble extension, dynamics macro and micro, etc., you'll know you like it." — George Witterschein, The Audiophile Voice
Yarlung first released this music on the album Antonio Lysy at The Broad: Music from Argentina. It won Yarlung's first Grammy Award and earned a spot on The Absolute Sound's list of the 40 best sounding recordings of all time, along with Kind of Blue, Famous Blue Raincoat and Ella and Louis.
|José Bragato (b. 1915)|
|1. Graciela y Buenos Aires|
|Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983)|
|2. Puneña No. 2, op. 45|
|Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)|
|4. Milonga del ángel|
|Osvaldo Golijov (b. 1960)|