On April 4-5, 2000, Delores Stevens and the Ives String Quartet became the first chamber music ensemble to have their performance of the Brahms Piano Quintet RECORDED, MIXED and MASTERED AT 96kHZ/24BITS. The recording took place in Zipper Auditorium at the Colburn School of Performing Arts in downtown Los Angeles. With high-resolution Euphonix equipment capturing 16 channels at 96 kHz/24-bits and five locked off cameras trained on the performers, one of the most well-known chamber music works became the first project for AIX Records.
The video on this project allows you to view the quartet as a dedicated camera angle or switch to the pianist. This project is loaded with bonus features including:
• Behind the scenes video
• Complete biography of Brahms
• Chapter markers that match the rehearsal letters
• Multiple Camera Angles
• Recording of Brahms’ voice
• Photo Gallery
AIX Records’ premium DVD-Audio/Video discs have two sides. The first side in an interactive DVD-Video disc and the other side is a DVD-Audio disc [which requires a DVD-Audio capable machine to play it back].
The sound of this recording brings these incredible musicians into your listening space. The HD-Audio surround mixes immerse you in the musical interplay with full range frequency response and dynamics.
- Allegro non troppo –
- Andante, un poco Adagio –
- Scherzo. Allegro –
- Finale. Poco sostenuto – Allegro non troppo –