cdh55425 

Wydawnictwo: Hyperion
Seria: Helios
Nr katalogowy: CDH 55425
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2014
EAN: 34571154251
Dostępność: w magazynie
43,00 zł
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): francuski
Instrumenty: fortepian


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Catoire: Piano Music

Hyperion - CDH 55425
Wykonawcy
Marc-André Hamelin, piano
Marc-André Hamelin adds another mystery name to his discography with this album of piano music of the almost unknown Russian Georgy Catoire (a French father explains the inauthentic-sounding surname). Catoire was one of a large number of composers who ?ourished in pre-Revolutionary Russia at the turn of the twentieth century, and his musical style is very much of that period. Primarily a miniaturist, most of his pieces can be described as mood pictures rather than as anything more abstract, his more sophisticated use of harmony giving his style a more cosmopolitan feel than some of his Russian contemporaries such as Liadov or Arensky. Perhaps he can best be compared to earlier Scriabin but without the neuroticism found in the latter’s work.

The modesty of Catoire’s output and its irrelevance to Bolshevik Russia have undoubtedly led to its neglect, but just as this music has attracted Marc-André Hamelin’s advocacy it will no doubt appeal to a new audience of listeners who can now rediscover it

‘Superlative. Immaculately and sensitively performed. Sound and presentation are superb. It would be hard to imagine one of music’s most neglected byways illuminated with more pianistic ease and affection’ (Gramophone)

‘This is charming, formidably accomplished stuff. Hamelin gives impeccably stylish and sympathetic readings, as if he’s been playing them since the cradle. Probably he has’ (BBC Music Magazine)

‘A ?ne conspectus of a captivating composer. Russian champagne of glowing vintage’ (Classic CD)

Un disque rempli de joie, de poésie et de lumiere’ (Le Devoir)

Dawniej CDA 66790; Recording details: November 1998; Henry Wood Hall, London, United Kingdom; Produced by Andrew Keener; Engineered by Tony Faulkner & Mike Dutton; Release date: November 1999