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Igor Stravinsky: Petrushka

Inscape, Richard Scerbo

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Grammy nomination - Producer of the Year, Classical, 2015

"... brilliant ..."
- The New York Times

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Petrushka  
1
Tableau I. The Shrovetide Fair
Igor Stravinsky; David Plylar; Inscape; Richard Scerbo
10:25
2
Tableau II. Petrushka's Room
Igor Stravinsky; David Plylar; Inscape; Richard Scerbo
4:59
3
Tableau III. The Moor's Room
Igor Stravinsky; David Plylar; Inscape; Richard Scerbo
7:32
4
Tableau IV. The Shrovetide Fair (Toward Evening)
Igor Stravinsky; David Plylar; Inscape; Richard Scerbo
14:30
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    37:26
"... guts and musical sensitivity ..."
- The Washington Post

This album from Grammy-nominated chamber ensemble Inscape features a fully transcribed chamber orchestra version of Igor Stravinsky's beloved Petrushka, which originally calls for an orchestra of over 100 players. For this project, a full reduction of the complete 1911 ballet, Inscape commissioned noted composer David Plylar to transcribe Petrushka for the 17 principal musicians of the orchestra.
352.8 kHz / 24-bit, 192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 5.6448 MHz, 2.8224 MHz DSD – Sono Luminus Studio Masters

Recorded in DXD at 24-bit / 352.8 kHz
Recorded at Sono Luminus Studios, Boyce, Virginia, January 5 - 7, 2015

Producer: Dan Merceruio
Recording, mixing and mastering engineer: Daniel Shores
Editing engineers: Daniel Shores, Dan Merceruio, David Angell
Piano technician: John Veitch
Piano: Steinway Model D #590904 (New York)
Photography: Strider Jordan
Graphic design: Caleb Nei

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