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Vibraciones del Alma(Vibrations of the Soul)
Maximiliano Martin
Vibraciones del Alma(Vibrations of the Soul)
Genres: New Age, Classical
 
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Produced by Phillip Hobbs — Maximiliano Martín - clarinet — Scott Mitchell - piano — Recorded at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama, September 2008 — Mixed and mastered by Philip Hobbs — Post-production by Julia Thomas...  more »

     
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All Artists: Maximiliano Martin
Title: Vibraciones del Alma(Vibrations of the Soul)
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Linn Records
Release Date: 5/1/2009
Album Type: Hybrid SACD - DSD, Import
Genres: New Age, Classical
Styles: Instrumental, Chamber Music, Forms & Genres, Concertos, Instruments, Reeds & Winds
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 691062033121

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Produced by Phillip Hobbs
Maximiliano Martín - clarinet
Scott Mitchell - piano

Recorded at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama, September 2008
Mixed and mastered by Philip Hobbs
Post-production by Julia Thomas, Finesplice
Photos of Maximiliano Martín by Ken Dundas
Photos of Scott Mitchell by David Charles
Photo of Maximiliano Martín & Scott Mitchell and sleeve design by © John Haxby 2009

With thanks to - Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama in Glasgow, Buffet Clarinets in Paris and the Wind Section in Edinburgh.

Vibraciones del Alma aims to combine different virtuosic pieces from several international composers. In a way, it is a journey from different countries striving to present the qualities and peculiarities of each culture. When listening to this album, you will be able to enjoy pieces from lesser-known composers such as Yuste, Widor and Romero, as well as by the more established composer Weber and also the contemporary composer John McCabe. With Vibraciones del Alma or 'Vibrations of the Soul' we hope that, as the name suggests, this recording will touch your heart and soul. © Scott Mitchell and Maximiliano Martín - March 2009