1. Ho visto Nina volare 03:40
2. Disamistade 04:57
3. Canzone dell'amore perduto 03:11
4. Il gorilla 03:26
5. Morire per delle idee 06:46
6. Primo Intermezzo & Secondo Intermezzo 03:01
7. La nova gelosia 03:50
8. Girotondo 03:08
9. Preghiera in gennaio / Inverno 09:00
Total Runtime 40:59
Petra Magoni Vioce
Ferruccio Spinetti double bass, guitar
Artistic Production Petra Magoni e Ferruccio Spinetti
Executive Production Antonella Bubba
Recorder and Mixer by Alessio Lotti at the Museo Piaggio in Pontedera 10th september 2021
Recording supervisor Giulio Cesare Ricci
Photo De Andrè by Reinhold Kohl – Nuvole Production Srl
Photo Musica Nuda by Angelo Trani
With sincere gratitude to Dori Ghezzi
The Mastering for Hi-Resolution Audio file was made by Giulio Cesare Ricci using Signoricci’s analog and valve system
With this album continues the extraordinary artistic collaboration between Musica Nuda (Petra Magoni voice, Ferruccio Spinetti double bass) and fonè Records which has materialized in recent years with the publication of numerous Vinyls highly appreciated all over the world. Musica Nuda in this SACD features songs by the great Italian singer-songwriter De André, an interpretation not to be missed!
I made this recording at the Piaggio Museum located in Pontedera, the place where Piaggio was born and where it still continues to produce today. Inside the Museum, every year the public from all over the world can admire the Piaggio production made over the years, all the Vespa and Ape models, all the Aprilia, Gilera and Moto Guzzi motorcycles that have won national and international awards over time. For this recording I brought all my equipment both analog (Ampex ATR 102 Electronic Tube Ampex Model 351-1965 2 tracks, 1/2 inch, 30ips modified by David Manley) and digital (Pyramix Recorder, dCS A/D and D/A converters).
This is because I have always made two Masters for each recording: an analogue master for Vinyls and a DSD digital master for SuperAudioCDs. For the SACD I used the DSD format, on Pyramix using the dCS A/D and D/A DSD converters. From 1998 to today I have been recording in DSD 64 x 44.1 bit with Signoricci ex Philips workstations that mount Pyramix programs, dCS analog/digital 904 converters and dCS digital/analog 954 converters, all this to make the best fonè SACDs.
The mastering of the SACD was made by me using the Signoricci system, entirely analog and tube. A "state of the art" system without sound manipulation, equalisation, reverb, compression and expansion... but natural sound and true timbre to best enhance the acoustics of the Auditorium of the Piaggio Museum. fonè has been offering for almost 40 years engravings made in the name of technological refinement and aimed at recovering the original musical atmospheres.
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