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Anna Vinnitskaya - Ravel Musikalbum

Anna Vinnitskaya - Ravel Musikalbum Darsteller: Anna Vinnitskaya
Titel: Ravel
Stil: Impressionist
Category: Klassische Musik
Datum der Freigabe: 2011
Land: France
Etikett: Naïve
Katalognummer: V 5284
Size MP3: 2710 mb
Size FLAC: 2741 mb
Rating: 4.5


1Le Gibet6:31
3La Vallée Des Cloches5:36
4Gaspard De La Nuit
5Pavane Pour Une Enfante Défunte6:29
6Une Barque Sur L’Océan7:05
7Oiseaux Tristes4:18
10Alborada Del Gracioso6:07


  • Composed ByMaurice Ravel
  • Engineer [Balance]Martin Kistner
  • Photography ByGela Megrelidze
  • PianoAnna Vinnitskaya
  • Producer [Recording], Edited ByPhilipp Nedel


Recorded in August 2011.
Recording system
Microphones: Neumann M150, Neumann KM 140, Schoeps MK2s
Preamplifiers & AD converters: RME Micstasy
Monitoring: ADAM S3A
Recording & editing workstation: Merging Technologies/Pyramix


  • Barcode: 822186052846


  • Recorded At – Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Naïve
  • Copyright (c) – Naïve


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