Remote Galaxy nominated for a Grammy Award
Flint Juventino BeppeÂ´s latest album Remote Galaxy (2L) has been nominated for a Grammy Award 2015 in the category Â«Best surround sound albumÂ».
In many respects, Remote Galaxy is continuing the journey of its prequel, Flute Mystery (also Grammy-nominated, in 2010). On both albums, the music is performed by Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy. Beppe's Remote Galaxy competes with five other albums in the mentioned category, amongst them releases from BeyoncÃ© and Pink Floyd.
Remote Galaxy â€“ Flint Juventino Beppe
Emily Beynon, flute
Mark van de Wiel, clarinet
Ralph Rousseau, viola da gamba
Cat. No. 2L-100-PABD | 2L-100-LP
- 2LÂ´s recording - Blu-ray and accessible in 5.1 and 7.1 DTS, 2.0 LPCM and 9.1 Auro-3D - does indeed sound breathtaking.-
Gramophone magazine, April 2014
This is a stunningly unusual flute concerto full of poetry, drama and intense feelings. As with the other works on this fine disc, it is brilliantly played by the Philharmonia Orchestra under Vladimir Ashkenazy. Emily Beynon is a superb soloist.
The Classical Reviewer, May2014
- Remote Galaxy is one of the finest recordings I have ever heard! Unlike a lot of so-called demonstration material, the music matches the quality of the recording. It's an incredible artistic and technical achievement, and a disc I will return to many times in the months and years to come.
Audiophile Audition, December 2013
- It is always a great pleasure to work with the producer Morten Lindberg and his team in 2L, and the process of making Remote Galaxy has been very enriching, indeed. With this nomination, Remote Galaxy belongs at the very top of world-class, innovative, high-end sound quality releases. All the contributors on Remote Galaxy have made an excellent effort to make the sheet music shine. I am very grateful.
Flint Juventino Beppe
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