Live at Bauer Studio Martin Vatter & Stephan Jung
- 1A Tribute To Keith Jarrett - Part I02:59
- 2A Tribute To Keith Jarrett - Part II09:54
- 3A Tribute To Keith Jarrett - Part III05:36
- 4Impressionen mit dem Hang06:10
- 6My Personal Blues10:03
Info for Live at Bauer Studio
Together with the percussionist Stephan Jung, pianist Martin Vatter played a rousing studio concert at the renowned Bauer Studio, which was recorded in an impressive high end quality without any compressors or limiters by Philipp Heck, the well-known sound engineer at Bauer Studios. The audiophile mastering was carried out by MBL chief developer Jürgen Reis.
An excellent dynamic value of 16dB (DR16) was reached. Only very few audiophile recordings can achieve such a fantastic 'exception value'!
The sound image that was created sounds analog, airy, rich in detail and extremely transparent, thus satisfying even the highest expectations. An absolutely impressive audiophile high end recording that you will be thrilled about.
HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE - AUDIOPHILE MASTERING - HIGH RESOLUTION RECORDING!
Martin Vatter, piano
Stephan Jung, percussion
Martin Vatter who grew up not far from Lake Walchensee knows the area that Lovis Corinth loved so much very well. The pianist dedicated himself with utmost sensitivity to Corinth’s works. Thus the paintings were turned into "sound images" by his unmistakably unique musical expression. Due to his extraordinary compositions Martin Vatter has made a name for himself among lovers of exceptional piano music. His audiophile album productions have received awards on several occasions. No matter how wide the soul’s scope may be, the elements of his music are just as diverse. Martin Vatter has developed the ability of merging his soul with that of his instrument. So it is no wonder that his music reflects both his passion for the piano and his highly individualistic nature. His entire personality is directly translated into an expressive, powerful, as well as sensitive and sensual style of playing. The elements of his music are just as diversified as the broad spectrum of the soul