Cello Sonatas available tomorrow the 9th of june 2017!
D'Oria-Nicolas feels it’s “poetic to press some lost recordings on an medium of their own time … we have filled a gap in time by replacing the missing piece”.
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Liberation news paper :
"Mister Jazz, perched on a tree,
held a cheese in his Brubeck".
In 1967, pianist Dave Brubeck dissolved one of the most famous quartets in the history of jazz.
The legendary Stereophile magazine talks about The Lost Recordings:
"Crafted out of aluminum and coated with nitrocellulose lacquer, this truly fascinating object is the ultimate analog medium."
[THE LOST RECORDINGS]
A new mythical recording, found.
The adventure continues on 29.05.2017.
#Devialet #Fondamenta #lostrecordings #phantom #royalalberthall #fredericdorianicolas
First column on On-mag audio of the new album by Yan Levionnois and Guillaume Bellom
"The Lost Recordings" at the Royal Albert Hall in London with Devialet ! H-2!
Thanks to Devialet, Piet Tullenaar, Bart Engel, Vara and all who believed in that incredible adventure. This is only the beginning!
June 9, 2017!
Tonight TSF JAZZ
Oscar Peterson "Live at Concertgebouw 1961" available
The Lost Recordings is traveling all over the world to share this incredible journey through time with you. Thanks to the divine Sarah Vaughan, Oscar Peterson and Bill Evans Trios.
London, Hong-Kong, New York City, Singapour, Paris
Do not miss these two unpublished Sarah Vaughan and the Oscar Peterson Trio, April the 7th!
Very proud that these two "Lost Recordings" receives France-Musique selection and that the 1975 Sarah Vaughan is the Choc Jazzmag
Available in a few days on CD in France and already in HD on
The first 3 jazz albums "lost recordings" are now available on
French company Devialet plans to get into the vinyl business, teaming up with the FONDAMENTA label to recover lost recordings of jazz artists including Sarah Vaughan and Bill Evans and return them to a global audience. Devialet has created a remarkable lacquer recording available for each of the performances, but there's a catch: the lacquer recording, made from an aluminium disc coated in nitrocellulose, is really only heard once.
Order opened on www.devialet.com
Three jazz monuments brought back to life. Three unreleased masterpieces now on vinyl. THE LOST RECORDINGS, a collector's edition limited to only 900 copies per artist.
SARAH VAUGHAN | OSCAR PETERSON | BILL EVANS
The Navarra boxset is the Christmas gift to offer in Le Monde.
"Lost Recordings" evening yesterday at the Electric Cinema in London for a few privileged people #Devialet #Fondamenta
The Lost Recordings – Chapter III
Vector of phenomenal emotions, the lacquer is a fascinating object reserved for the manufacture of vinyls. Fruit of a rare and complex engraving technique, this unique support reveals the subtlety and intensity of each note. As if you were there. Sublime and ephemeral, lacquer can only be listened to once. For ultimate pleasure.
The Lost Recordings - Chapter II
The discovery of these mythical bands made sense only if we could transmit the singular emotion that an analog recording provides.
Pressed in 180 grams in one of the best factories of the world, the vinyl guarantees an audiophile quality. See the birth of an iconic support.
A portrait of Pierre Chalmeau in the newspaper La Croix #Louiscouperin
New production in progress: Yan Levionnois and Guillaume Belom at the Salle Colonne in Paris. #Strauss #Mendelssohn #Schubert
Ultimate pleasure, the single-use disc:
This amazing story was born of the encounter between a pianist and an entrepreneur both crazy. The pianist is Frédéric d'Oria-Nicolas, also audiophile passionate about the restoration of recordings. The entrepreneur is Quentin Sannié, the boss of Devialet, the French start-up that creates the best amps in the world …
The Lost Recordings - Chapter I: A beautiful summer evening in Laren, Sarah Vaughan gets on stage and starts singing. We are in 1975. The emotion is palpable. Join our archaeologists of sound where it all began: with the discovery of a mythical recording, lost in the immensity of the radio archives ...
Devialet and Fondamenta have succeeded in bringing the listening of music into a new era by offering the listener a timeless experience which also has the great merit of reminding us that the reproduction of the ephemeral nature of live music offers an incomparable emotional strength.
Quentin Sannié - Devialet CEO - and Frederic D'Oria-Nicolas - Fondamenta Founder at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris. #lostrecordings #devialet #fondamenta
#Fondamenta #devialet #lacquer #lostrecordings #phoenixmastering #sarahvaughan
Fondamenta and Devialet launched the Lost Recordings tonight at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris #fondamenta #devialet #lostrecordings #sarahvaughan
The beauty of tomorrow’s technology? Amplifying yesterday’s poetry. Hold tight for an incredible journey. #Devialet #Fondamenta #PhoenixMastering
J-4. Take your seat Ladies and Gentlemen... #fondamenta #devialet #phoenixmastering
Just received the new Devialet Expert 1000 pro. It's simple: never a system has delivered so much emotions. That will allow us to go further and further #devialet #1000pro
"Phoenix Mastering technology makes miracles" Classica, November 2016 #Navarra #fondamenta #phoenixmastering #miracles
If you haven't listened to it yet, we assure you it's a must-have!
And 4! We are happy to announce the Navarra boxset has received the Choc Classica!
J-26 for you to know what will be the next Phoenix release... #phoenixcollection
Tonight France Musique
A thought for the incredible André Navarra on his birthday!
The Navarra boxset was chosen by Clément Rochefort for his broadcasts on France-Musique on Saturday morning
On France-Culture this morning
You can podcast Matthieu Conquet's broadcast "Continent Musique“ on France-Culture. With Yan Levionnois, Michel Navarra et Frédéric D'Oria-Nicolas
Frederic Lodéon will dedicate all the week from 4pm to 6pm to our Navarra boxset on France Musique. The broadcast started today.
Today is a big day for music lovers... Fondamenta launches a new collection of rare and unreleased recordings with a top and innovative mastering process
FONDAMENTA LAUNCHES A HISTORICAL COLLECTION OF RARE AND UNRELEASED RECORDINGS WITH A NEW MASTERING PROCESS
At Fondamenta, we consider these recordings as true pieces of art and we decided to rethink the whole remastering process.
For about 3 years, we have gathered a team of utmost engineers to bring out a unique process of remastering original analog recordings. We call it Phoenix Mastering ®
We are very proud to announce we've been working with Andre Navarra's son on this boxset with all the great Cello Concertos. This is the first release of the Phoenix Collection. Available in France on the 30th of September.
Something huge has just been delivered ;-)
The Lost Recordings at the Royal Albert Hall #devialet #fondamenta #magic
Honored to be invited to Devialet summit and be able to talk about our little secret! #Phoenix #Devialet #Versailles
N°1 of Jazz Sales on Amazon!
Thanks to Matthieu Conquet for his tribute to the "Divine" and to our work!
«Sarah Vaughan unpublished: everything changes
The label Fondamenta publishes an unpublished jazz recording, a concert of the one that was "the singer of the musicians" dixit Dizzie Gillespie. Sound and breathtaking Interpretation ».
Our next production has just arrived!
Pierre Chalmeau's album dedicated to Louis Couperin is the album of the week on Radio-Classique in France! Bravo to all
“Pierre Chalmeau reveals much more than a first album. This is, in fact, a genuine manifesto of pure poetry“ France-Musique
“Eloquent, Rare, Admirable.“ That is how Classica Magazine speaks about our last production.
And 2! Tatiana Zelikman's Fondamenta album was awarded the "Maestro" by Pianiste Magazine in France.
Always pleased to receive personal congratulations from the legendary Philippe Venturini - head of Hi-Fi department at Classica Magazine - for our "outstanding recordings"!
Very proud to announce - on the release day in France - that Tatiana Zelikman's album "From Couperin to Schumann" got a "Choc" by Classica Magazine.