Bach-D minor Partita BWV 1004 (Sarabandes!) VIolin-Peter Sheppard SkaervedVersion 1:Version2:Version3: Engineer: Jonathan Haskell(Astounding Sounds) On May 23rd 2013, I recorded the D minor partita, in the wonderful St John the Baptist Church, Aldbury. This marked the completion of recording the 6 solo works, an inspiring journey for this violinist. The hours of recording were really [...]
Beethoven-Prelude and Fugue Hess 31 Wilton’s Music Hall 22 05 2013 Kreutzer Quartet Peter Sheppard Skaerved, Mihailo Trandafilovski, Morgan Goff, Neil Heyde Engineer-Jonathan Haskell
Luigi Boccherini-Quintettino ‘Musica Notturna delle Strade di Madrid’ (1780 version) G.319/Op30 1. Imitando un campanello 2. il tamburo 3. Minuett 4. Largo assai /Allegro(il Rosario) 5. Passa calle 6. Maestoso Wilton’s Music Hall Wednesday 22nd May 2013 730pm Kreutzer Quartet – Peter Sheppard Skærved, Mihailo Trandafilovski, Morgan Goff, Neil Heyde With Guest Artist Bridget MacRae – Cello Engineer-Jonathan Haskell (Astounding Sounds)
Malene Skaerved & Peter Sheppard Skaerved-a conversation In 2005, we attended a debate organised by Blueprint Magazine at Christchurch, Spitalfields. Our reaction turned into to a written conversation, and it was suggested that we might turn it into an article for the magazine. However, when we realised how much was going to be removed to [...]
7th May 2013 Peter Sheppard Skaerved interviewing Mihailo Trandafilovski about playing Stradivari, about composing, and about colour. Interview followed by ‘In the Hills’ and ‘Fragments:Light’-Mihailo Trandafilovski, composer and Violin (Stradivari 1708 ‘Regent’)-Outtakes.(Engineer-Jonathan Haskell) Link to more Trandafilovski!
Anton Reicha-Quartet Op 49 No 2 in D Major Today (May 7th 2013), the Kreutzer Quartet recorded this incredible work in the St John the Baptist, Aldbury-our recording ‘home’ Here are outtakes of this extraordinary piece! The finished recording will be released on the Toccata Label. (more on this project at LINK) Anton Reicha-D Major [...]
Nicola Matteis, Andrea Amati, St Michael’s Cornhill 2nd May 2013 Today, I spent three idyllic hours working in astonishing architecture, acoustic, and atmosphere of St Michaels Cornhill. This is moving towards a project, bringing together the music of Nicola Matteis in a space which seems right, and the exploration of the ca 1560-70 Amati [...]