- ADIOS NONINO - 10.35 - Versione per violino e archi di Salvatore Accardo e Francesco Fiore. Pianista: Laura Manzini
- VERANO PORTEÑO - 9.01 - Versione per violino e archi di Salvatore Accardo e Francesco Fiore
Total time 19.36
- TANTI ANNI PRIMA - 6.05 - Versione per solista e orchestra d'archi di José Bragato. Revisione violinistica di Salvatore Accardo
- PRELUDIO - 8.38 - ORCUESTA DE CAMARA Violino solista: Enzo Bolognese
- FUGA - 3.09 - ORCUESTA DE CAMARA Violino solista: Enzo Bolognese
- DIVERTIMENTO - 7.01 - ORCUESTA DE CAMARA Violino solista: Enzo Bolognese
Total time 24.53
I recorded this album at Pontificio Istituto di Musica Sacra in Roma on May 2001.
The absolute protagonist is the Maestro Salvatore Accardo, violinist and conductor of the Italian Chamber Orchestra.
To underline the violin version by Accardo of the most famous piece "Adios Nonino" which gives the title to the album.
In this piece Accardo plays with the great pianist Laura Manzini.
The relationship between the musician Astor Piazzolla and Salvatore Accardo was one of friendship and great mutual respect
For this recording I used the original tube microphones Neumann U47, U48, M49 and all my equipment: mike pre-amplifiers, digital, line, microphone and supply cables Signoricci.
Recorded in Stereo DSD on Pyramix using dCS A/D and D/A converters.
Also for this recording I used a "field effect" recording technique, natural sound, without the use of equalizers, no sound expansion and compression systems ... all this to make the listener live in his own system domestic hifi the live effect as if he was present at the performances.
An album not to be missed!
Giulio Cesare Ricci