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Dmitri Shostakovich - Piano Trios Opp. 8 & 67 / 7 Romances for Soprano & Trio - Zürcher Klaviertrio

Dmitri Shostakovich - Piano Trios Opp. 8 & 67 / 7 Romances for Soprano & Trio - Zürcher Klaviertrio
ID: CLAVES502605
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Voices

1 - 5 Zürcher Klaviertrio & Gun-Brit Barkmin, soprano
6 - 12 Gun-Brit Barkmin, soprano

Dmitri Shostakovich would have celebrated his 100th birthday this year. And he most certainly would have been pleased by the superb homage offered by the Zurich Piano Trio in the form of this CD, a recording of rare power and inspiration featuring the two Piano Trios Opp. 8 & 67 and the 7 Romances for Soprano and Piano Trio to Poems by Alexander Blok. Vocalist Gun-Brit Barkmin is flawless and the recording by Almut Telsnigs (Bavarian Radio) is guaranteed to satisfy the most critical audiophile. This is the second recording by the Zurich Piano Trio for Claves (after a CD featuring works by Ives, Piazzola and Schnyder, Claves CD 50-2106), a must!
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Daniel Röhn - Virtuoso Pieces for Violin and Piano

Daniel Röhn - Virtuoso Pieces for Violin and Piano
ID: CLAVES502507
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

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Clara Haskil - OCL - Dearzens - Mozart - Piano Concertos 19 & 24

Clara Haskil - OCL - Dearzens - Mozart - Piano Concertos 19 & 24
ID: CLAVES502617
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

It is said that no one was her equal with Mozart; he was her composer of choice. And she is the “God mother” of Claves Records. What more natural (especially after the immense success of the Schumann/Beethoven recording with Ansermet released in 2004, Claves CD 50-2408) than to explore the archives of Radio Suisse Romande where a number of treasures bearing her mark still lie dormant. We were fortunate to find these remarkable performances of Mozart’s 19th and 24th Piano Concertos, immortal recordings made in the 50’s with Victor Desarzens at the head of his Lausanne Chamber Orchestra. The voyage continues…
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BRAHMS - Causa - Pantillon - The 2 Viola Sonatas - Lieder for Viola and Piano

BRAHMS - Causa - Pantillon - The 2 Viola Sonatas - Lieder for Viola and Piano
ID: CLAVES502802
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

His first recording for Claves was a hit in 2006. Featuring transcriptions of romantic works (CD 50-2609), its success immediately cried out for a follow-up with a “weightier” repertoire. The choice of Brahms’ two sonatas was in a sense self-evident. As was the choice of the pianist. Who better suited to accompany Ettore Causa on his skyrocketing path than the Brahms specialist at Claves - Marc Pantillon! Author in 2005 of a solo recording featuring Brahms (CD 50-2508) - a recording which truly deserves greater recognition - the pianist from Neuchâtel immediately succumbed to the charm of Ettore Causa’s viola playing. A truly “Claves” encounter! And included in the bargain, opening the recording, six Lieder by Brahms in arrangements by Causa himself: to be enjoyed without moderation!
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Franz Liszt: The Two Piano Concertos / Tottentanz

Franz Liszt: The Two Piano Concertos / Tottentanz
ID: CLAVES502707
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

Following violinist Liviu Prunaru, baritone Herman Wallén and harpist Emmanuel Ceysson, German pianist Joseph Moog was selected from a group of young pianists present at the Sommets Musicaux Festival 2006 in Gstaad/Switzerland to make a recording with orchestra financed by the principal sponsor of the event, the Edmond de Rothschild Private Bank. The young pianist chose Franz Liszt for this first “large-scale” recording endeavor: the two famous piano concertos and the equally famous Danse macabre, works that he enthusiastically embraced with the ardor of youth. As with Emmanuel Ceysson, the Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie RheinlandPfalz and its artistic director Ari Rasilainen were selected to accompany the young musician. This recording represents a fitting homage to the founder of Claves Records, Marguerite Dütschler-Huber, who passed away only three months after having heard and been astonished by Joseph Moog’s talent.
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Ferruccio Busoni - George Enescu - Nurit Stark - Cedric Pescia

Ferruccio Busoni - George Enescu - Nurit Stark - Cedric Pescia
ID: CLAVES502811
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

Pianist Cédric Pescia is back at Claves with a new and unique recording following his previous extraordinary releases: the “Goldberg Variations” in 2004, a double-album featuring Schumann’s piano music in 2006, and the “Folies françaises” last year. He shares the stage with violinist Nurit Stark for two sonatas composed at the turn of the 20th century. Penned by Ferruccio Busoni and George Enescu, they are the works of two truly innovative composers whose music is worth to be rediscovered. For Etienne Barilier, the author of the liner notes, their success and popularity as performers proved to be a hindrance to their reputations as composers. Neither utilized a modern compositional system or founded a school of composition, two key elements of interest to posterity… Happily, however, it is never too late, and in this sense their rediscovery is even more delightful. “Busoni and Enescu were great humanist musicians, and their compositions, magnificently singular, incontestably modern, are filled by a rich and vast sense of the musical past”, notes the author. “They are cultivated as well as audacious, but if one would like to approach their music, it is necessary to appreciate audacity as well as culture. And thus they have bequeathed us with boundless riches.” Wonderful listening…
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Mendelssohn - Piano Concertos Op. 25 & Op. 40 - Chamber Version - Fumiko Shiraga

Mendelssohn - Piano Concertos Op. 25 & Op. 40 - Chamber Version - Fumiko Shiraga
ID: CLAVES502910
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Quartet

The Japanese pianist Fumiko Shiraga has made a specialty in recent years of performing famous concertos with a small group of instrumentalists. She calls this project “concertos in disguise.” “It was common in the 19th century to present concert performances of large-scale works in a scaled-down version,” she explains. “There were many fewer orchestras then on the musical scene than there are today, and so one had recourse to the musicians that were available and adapted the music according to the instrumentarium.” Beyond such practical considerations, these arrangements can be appreciated on a purely artistic level. To Fumiko Shiraga’s mind, small formations offer many advantages. “When one plays with an orchestra, the result depends in large part on the conductor, on his or her ideas and ability to enter into the world of the soloist. With a small ensemble it is quite different - one is flexible, reactive. One reaches the limits of fortissimo much more quickly, and thus the piano has much wider expressive possibilities, particularly in the intimist register.” For her first recording for Claves, she has chosen Felix Mendelssohn’s concertos Opus 25 and Opus 40, arranged by Cord Garben for piano and string quintet. Plus: six Romances without Words delicately arranged for piano, violin, and cello. Chamber music on symphonic or soloist notes - a rediscovery!
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Nostalgia - Ingolf Turban - Jean-Jacques Dunki

Nostalgia - Ingolf Turban - Jean-Jacques Dunki
ID: CLAVES508917
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

Albéniz:
Tango (No. 2 from Espana, Op. 165)

Collet:
La pena

Elgar:
La Capricieuse, Op. 17

Fauré:
Après un rêve, Op. 7 No. 1

Franck, C:
Andantino quietoso in E flat, Op. 6

Korngold:
Dogberry and Verges (March of the Sentinel) from Much Ado About Nothing

Kreisler:
Marche miniature viennoise

Martinu:
Jazzrhythmus from Etudes Rythmiques

Moszkowski:
Guitare, Op. 45. No. 2

Paganini:
Variations on 'God save the Queen' Op. 9

Paradies:
Sicilienne

Poldini:
Poupée valsante

Sarasate:
Introduction and Tarantella, Op. 43

Schnittke:
Suite in the Old Style: Pantomime

Schubert of Dresden Jr.:
Die Biene, Op. 13 No. 9

Sibelius:
Solitude from Belshazzar's Feast Op. 51

Stravinsky:
Chanson Russe

Valle, F:
Prelude XV, 'Ao pé da foguiera'

Veracini:
Sonata No. 6 in A Major from Sonate accademiche Op. 2 (1744)

Wieniawski:
Capriccio Valse in E major, Op. 7
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Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst - Ingolf Turban - Giovanni Bria

Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst - Ingolf Turban - Giovanni Bria
ID: CLAVES509613
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: World Premiere Recording
Subcollection: Piano

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Tibor Varga, violin - Collllection, Vol.IV - Historic Recordings

Tibor Varga, violin - Collllection, Vol.IV - Historic Recordings
ID: CLAVES509314
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

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