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MAČEK, I.: Piano Music (Complete) / Violin Sonata (Mazzon, Filipec)
Ivo Maček occupied a significant place in 20th-century Yugoslavian musical life as a pianist and educator. The Intermezzo is among his most poetic early miniatures, the expressively wide-ranging Theme and Variations one of his most inventive pieces.
Maček: Piano Sonatina - Animato more >>
KARLOWICZ, M.: Songs (Rappe, Poblocka)
Mieczysław Karłowicz (1876 – 1909) was a Polish composer and conductor. He was born in Vishneva (now part of Belarus) into a noble family, being part of the Clan of Ostoja. His father Jan was a Polish linguist, lexicographer and musician.
Karlowicz: 6 Songs Op. 1 - No. 1. Zasmuconej (Saddened) more >>
ZANI, A.: Cello Concertos
Andrea Teodoro Zani (1696–1757) was born in Casalmaggiore, a province of Cremona, long a center for famous makers of string instruments.
Zani: Cello Concerto No. 10 in F Major, WD 794 - Allegro more >>
Schumann: Violin Concerto
This first volume in a trilogy comprising the complete concertos and piano trios of Schumann brings together two late and unjustly neglected works. The instigators of the project, Isabelle Faust, Alexandre Melnikov and Jean-Guihen Queyras, champion their cause with a force of conviction and a choice of instruments that restore the delicate transparency and subtlety of their textures.
Schumann: Piano Trio No. 3 in G Minor, Op. 110: III. Rasch more >>
Württemberg Sonatas – Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
This reading is characterized by its temperament, and by Bruno Procopio's willingness to remove the stitches from Bach's works, those singular treasures of invention, by any means necessary. Bruno Procopio's engagement and energy carry the entire edifice.
C.P.E. Bach: Sonata Württemberg No. 2 in A Flat Major, Wq. 49/2, H. 31: III. Allegro more >>
PANUFNIK, A.: Piano Concerto / LUTOSLAWSKI, W.: Piano Concerto / SZYMANSKI, P.: Piano Concerto (Poblocka)
The Piano Concerto is an exuberant, colourful work, premiered in its final form by John Ogdon in 1983. The intimate, fragile second movement is surely one of Panufnik’s most original creations. (Gramophone).
Panufnik: Piano Concerto - Molto Tranquillo more >>
Michel-Richard de Lalande 1657-1726 Leçons de Ténèbres
When Lalande left this vale of tears, his fame was at its height; between 1725 and 1730, he was the composer most frequently programmed in Paris.
Michel-Richard de Lalande: Miserere: III. Ecce enim in iniquitatibus - Ecce enim veritatem dilexisti more >>
NIEMANN, W.R.: Piano Music – Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2 / 3 Compositions for Piano / Fantasie-Mazurka
Highly respected in his day as a scholar, composer and pianist, Walter Niemann fell out of favour after the Second World War. His prolific output for piano, which includes several full-scale sonatas, is mainly romantic and reflective in style, yet with an underlying passion.
Niemann: Piano Sonata No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 60, "Romantic" - II. Poco adagio more >>