HD-Vinyl 24/96 (IPG) Franz Liszt – Piano Concerti No. 1 and 2 (Clidat, Norrington)


Many thanks to Trottar for another rarity
France Clidat was a French pianist renowned for her interpretations of the works of Franz Liszt, a great many of which she recorded, and Erik Satie, whose complete piano works she recorded. In 1948, at age 15, France Clidat played Henri Sauguet’s Concerto in A minor in Geneva under the conductor Ernest Ansermet. She studied at the Paris Conservatory with Lazare Lévy, Maurice Hewitt, Alexis Roland-Manuel, Norbert Dufourcq, and Robert Siohan and received first prize in piano in 1950, at the age of 18. She later studied with Emil Gilels and Lélia Gousseau. At the Budapest International Competition in September 1956, she won the Franz Liszt Prize, a prize that had not been awarded since 1937. She later performed in many venues around the world. After a recital at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, Bernard Gavoty, reviewer for Le Figaro, dubbed her “Madame Liszt”. She was also called “the Ambassadress of the French piano” and she was named alongside Monique Haas, Cécile Ousset, Robert Casadesus and Philippe Entremont as outstanding representatives of the French piano school. 
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Composer: Franz Liszt

Performer: France Clidat

Orchestra: Orchestre De La Residence De La Haye

Conductor: Roger Norrington

Vinyl 1976
Number of Discs: 1
Format: FLAC
Label: IPG
DR-Analysis: DR 14
Size: 781 MB
Scan: yes
Server: FF

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Analyzed Folder: /96k Liszt – Piano Concerti No. 1 and 2 – Clidat, Norrington_dr.txt
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DR Peak RMS Filename
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DR14 -0.25 dB -20.91 dB A1 Concerto No.1 En Mi Bemol Majeur Pour Piano – 1. Allegro Maestro – Tempo Giusto.flac
DR16 -3.06 dB -26.08 dB A2 Concerto No.1 En Mi Bemol Majeur Pour Piano – 2. Quasi Adagio.flac
DR13 -0.58 dB -19.33 dB A3 Concerto No.1 En Mi Bemol Majeur Pour Piano – 3. Allegro Vivace.flac
DR14 -0.00 dB -19.99 dB A4 Concerto No.1 En Mi Bemol Majeur Pour Piano – 4. Allegro Marziale Animato.flac
DR13 -0.90 dB -18.97 dB B1 Concerto No.2 En La Majeur Pour Piano Et Orchestre – 1. Adagio Sostenuto Assai – Allegro Agitato Assai.flac
DR15 -3.84 dB -25.43 dB B2 Concerto No.2 En La Majeur Pour Piano Et Orchestre – 2. Allegro Moderato.flac
DR12 -0.49 dB -18.06 dB B3 Concerto No.2 En La Majeur Pour Piano Et Orchestre – 3. Allegro Deciso – Marziale Un Poco Meno Allegro.flac
DR11 -1.07 dB -15.54 dB B4 Concerto No.2 En La Majeur Pour Piano Et Orchestre – 4. Allegro Animato.flac
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Number of Files: 8
Official DR Value: DR14

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A few words about the way i’ve been cleaning vinyl records and post-processing rips, since summer 2017: After washing and recording the vinyl, I use a kind of mixed cleaning of the rip, which consists of mostly manual rather than automatic de-clicking, (the latter only on unimportant passages, such as end of the groove, beginning and end of the songs, applause, speaking). I often leave the rips almost rough, de-clicking only the silences between the tracks. Never de-noising or/and EQ, as unfortunately some do. I prefer to hear a bit of quiet noises of the clean groove, that contain something of the music, rather than generate clinically clean files that may, eventually, sound a bit dead. If you do not agree, do not download my rips and buy instead digital files or CDs.
When I listen to music I “don’t hear” any noise: I enjoy the music 😀
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  • Software: iZotope RX 5 Advanced, Adobe Audition CS 5.5, Twisted Wave 1.18
  • Very careful de-clicking with iZotope, significant clicks manually removed, never de-noising
  • DR-Analisys
  • Wave 32/192(32/384) —> Flac 24/96 & 24/192: Twisted Wave 1.18
  • Artwork: Sony Alpha 350, Epson Perfection V750 Pro, Photoshop CS 5.5

 

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