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24.09.2019
In January 2019 Merel recorded her debut album together with pianist Dina Ivanova, prize winner of the most recent International Liszt Piano Competition in Utrecht. The album will include their absolute favourite Sonata for violin and piano: the Franck Sonata. They will combine this Sonata with compositions by two female composers: Poldwoski (daughter of the famous composer Henryk Wieniawski) and
24.09.2019
Sensitivity and sadness are often known to link hands, but it’s usually not done out of love, less a public display of affection and more like a necessary, binding union. Sensitivity doesn’t always equal an automatic brand of sadness, but on Patterns (Repeat), where David Wenngren’s piano shines upon a lake of black silk, illuminated by nothing more than the pale light of the moon, the two not
24.09.2019
Josep Colom’s latest album includes Beethoven’s legendary last three piano sonatas (Opp. 109-111) and Bonn genius’ latest piano work, the Bagatelles op.126. Colom’s original and exceptional vision brings out a fresh and different view on Beethoven’s masterpieces, one which creates a single narrative path to weave together the individual movements of these three sonatas and the six bagatelles by
24.09.2019
Ed Carlsen has announced his latest solo album. Due out September 27th through Moderna Records, Morning Hour is a breakthrough on both a personal and musical level, with the composer/producer returning to his roots as a classically trained guitarist and finding a more positive outlook overall. “It’s when I’m calm that ideas start popping up in my head,” explains Carlsen. “Inspiration comes from
23.09.2019
Lyrically played by one of a new generation of French players, Ballad in Red is a beautifully recorded, imaginative collection of music for harp. Hindemith’s Sonata, written on the eve of the Second World War and his only work for harp, is a supremely evocative vision of music beyond death. Caplet’s Conte fantastique, with its blood-soaked climax, is brilliantly done by Ceysson and his
23.09.2019
Craig Morris, former principal trumpet player of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, has recorded brilliant solo trumpet versions of three Philip Glass classics. Morris’s new recording features works ranging from Glass’s constantly shifting Melodies (1995) to the driving minimalist rhythms and figures of Gradus (1968) and Piece in the Shape of a Square (1967). Melodies was written as incidental music
23.09.2019
In their very first recording together, the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal and pianist Charles Richard-Hamelin render Frédéric Chopin’s concertos for piano and orchestra, two vibrant and poetic works that the composer wrote in his early 20s. Having come to the end of his musical studies in 1829, and faced with the necessity of supporting himself, Chopin made preliminary plans to leave Warsaw
23.09.2019
Vlado Perlemuter and Jean Hubeau’s pupil, Michel Dalberto has established himself during a forty year career as a master. As an ardent defender of French music, he launched a series dedicated to Debussy, Fauré, Franck and Ravel on the Aparté record label. “I wish to prove myself worthy of the teachers who used to provide a specific idea of French music made of severity and sensuality, a mixture
23.09.2019
Discover some of the greatest pieces of minimalist music ever written, performed here by Signum artists including Tenebrae, Tamsin Waley-Cohen, Julian Bliss and the Armonico Consort. Genre: Classical, Minimal Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Size: 573 / 1006 Mb Label: Signum Records Catalogue Number: Digital Release Total Time: 04:10:14 Tracklist 1. Joby Burgess – Electric Counterpoint:
23.09.2019
Deutsche Grammophon presents: Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Great Recordings (Vol. 2). Shanghai Symphony Orchestra performs Beethoven Berlioz, Mahler, Mozart, Rachmaninov, Shostakovich, Strauss. Works: Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique, Op. 14, Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde, Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat major, K271 "Jeunehomme", Shostakovich: