Beethoven: Piano Sonatas 31 & 32 - Sudbin

Beethoven: Piano Sonatas 31 & 32 - Sudbin

BIS  BIS-2208

Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid

Classical - Instrumental

Beethoven: Piano Sonatas 31 & 32, Bagatelles, Op. 126

Yevgeny Sudbin (piano)

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Recorded in November 2014 at St George’s, Bristol, England (Bagatelles) and in July 2016 at Hallé St Peter’s, Manchester, England (Sonatas), 24/96

Recording producer and sound engineer: Marion Schwebel (Take5 Music Production)

Executive producer: Robert Suff
Comments (4)

Comment by onenairb - January 9, 2019 (1 of 4)

Like all Yevgenys recordings you can purchase a signed copy straight from his web site

Comment by Ramesh Nair - January 27, 2019 (2 of 4)

RVB has placed this Green note on eclassical. It's the best write-up about a cardboard sleeve I've seen in ages :

Available in Surround, FLAC 24, FLAC16 and MP3
BIS Boss Robert von Bahr: The programme is Beethoven - a couple of late Sonatas and the Bagatelles. When I say that the pianist is Yevgeny Sudbin, that's all I need to say. So I shut up about that.
But here is news (this may not interest you people, though, downloading it), We chose this (and next week's) to introduce what we hope will become the industry standard, the BIS ecopak packaging of the SACD - a cardboard cover totally without plastic, but with certified, recycled cardboard, eco-glue, soy ink and water-based varnish that we have developed together with DADC, totally recyclable without separation and weighing 40% less than the same product in plastic cases, saving on fuel emissions for the transports.
It costs a little more than the plastic, but we absorb that and give the finger to Mr. Trump and other climate/pollution deniers.

As regards repertoire, Sudbin goes the way of Igor Levit, in being young yet choosing to record some late piano sonatas first.
[ Schnabel I think recorded Op 110/111 first in his cycle, but he wasn't young at this stage of his career.]

Comment by breydon_music - January 29, 2019 (3 of 4)

It may save the planet but let's hope it works too!

Comment by hiredfox - February 2, 2019 (4 of 4)

I seem to recall Cardboard Sleeves being used on Vinyl LPs back when which were perfectly recyclable until some idiot coated the cardboard with Clarifoil for shelf appeal and protection from finger grease. Still what did people know in 1950?


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