2015.03.25 > 2015.03.26
Andreas Staier
Bachfest 2015
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« ... durch alle Töne und Semitonia... »
BULL Ut, ré, mi, fa, sol, la (MB XIV/17)

« Stylus Phantasticus »
BACH Prélude et fugue en mi bémol majeur BWV 852
BÖHM Prélude, fugue et postlude en sol mineur
BACH Prélude et fugue en si majeur BWV 866

« ... alla Maniera Italiana »
VIVALDI Gigue RV 316/BWV 975 |
Largo RV 259/BWV 973, transcriptions de J.S. Bach
BACH Prélude et fugue en do dièse mineur BWV 873

« ... und andere Galanterien... »
W. F. BACH Polonaises en fa majeur et fa mineur Falck 12/9 & 10
BACH Prélude et fugue en fa mineur BWV 881

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Adrien La Marca
Théâtre de la Ville
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Haochen Zhang Piano
Adrien La Marca Alto
Marc Bouchkov Violon

4 Mazurkas

Sonate n° 21, en ut majeur, « Waldstein », op. 53
Pensiero et Allegro appassionato pour alto et piano
Sonate pour arpeggione et piano, en la mineur, D 821

Danse des chevaliers pour alto et piano (extrait de Roméo et Juliette)
Sonate n° 5 ; Caprice d'après Saint-Saëns
Sonate pour violon et piano n° 2, en la majeur, op. 100

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2015.03.18 > 2015.03.19
Alexandre Tharaud
Deux récitals au Quartz, à Brest
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> BACH (1685-1750)
Variations Goldberg BWV 988

> MOZART (1756-1791)
- Suite en ut majeur K399 (Ouverture, Allemande, Courante)
- Gigue en sol majeur K574
- Modulierendes Präludium K624
- Sonate n°11 en la majeur K331 "Alla Turca" (Andante grazioso, Variations I-VI, Menuetto, Trio, Menuetto, Allegrino (Alla Turca))


> SCHUBERT (1797-1828)
Danses Allemandes D783

> BEETHOVEN (1770-1827)
Sonate n°31 en la bĂ©mol majeur opus 110 (Moderato cantabile molto espressivo, Adagio molto, Adagio ma non troppo, Fuga)

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Concerto Italiano - Rinaldo Alessandrini
L'Euridice - Caccini
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CHOC de Classica
Diapason d'Or

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Brentano Quartet
The Late String Quartets Op.130 & Grosse Fuge Op.133
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Alexandre Tharaud
Mozart & Haydn
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Joyce DiDonato | Bernard Labadie
Les Violons du Roy

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Andreas Staier
Robert Schumann
Variationen & FantasiestĂĽcke
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This third volume of Andreas Staier's series devoted to the piano music of Robert Schumann begins with his first published composition, the "Abegg" Variations op.1, and ends with his very last work, posthumously published "Geistervariationen". The road he travelled between the two words was a long one, yet this programme also brings out the consistency of the poetic urge that gives Schumann's music its matchless powers of evocation.

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Alexander Melnikov
Complete Works for violoncello & piano
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Beethoven's works for cello and piano were written between 1796 and 1815. He effectively created the sonata for cello, with an independent piano part, in his Op.5, intended for Jean-Louis Duport and dedicated to Frederick William II of Prussia. Like the delightful variations on themes by Handel and Mozart, they represent his first-period style, as Op.69 typifies the second. The two sublime Sonatas Op.102, for their part, already herald the unprecedented stylistic freedom of the composer's final decade.

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Javier Perianes
Felix Mendelssohn
Lieder ohne Worte
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This programme illustrates four essential qualities of the music of Felix Mendelssohn. Music stripped of all superfluity, including the literary aspect (Songs without Words); a gift for creating magical atmospheres (Rondo capriccioso); unconditional admiration for classical order; and, finally, a genuine veneration for Bach (Prelude and Fugue op.35). The whole radiant universe of Mendelssohn is encapsulated here.

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Alexandre Tharaud
Satie, Ravel, Debussy, Poulenc & Others
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Sonata n°1 for cello & piano
The complete work for piano (2 CD)
Avant-dernières pensées / Solos & duos (2 CD)
Sonatas & suites for cello / clarinet & piano
& WORKS by Zoltán Kodály, Alban Berg, Anton
Webern, Frederic Mompou, Henri Dutilleux,
Pierre Boulez, Olivier Messiaen et Thierry PĂ©cou

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Alexander Melnikov
Paul Hindemith
Sonatas for...
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Hindemith composed more than 30 sonatas for the most diverse instruments – all of which he was capable of playing himself! This fascinating selection of works written between 1935 (when he became persona non grata in Nazi Germany) and 1948 (the brilliant Cello Sonata for Piatigorsky) is played by some of today's finest soloists, with the guiding spirit of Alexander Melnikov at the piano. How often does one hear a sonata for Althorn? Especially one published along with a poem by the composer?

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