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ktc1436
Wydawnictwo: Etcetera
Nr katalogowy: KTC 1436
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2012
EAN: 8711801014364
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Epoka muzyczna: klasycyzm
Obszar (język): angielski (Szkocja), czeski
Instrumenty: harfa, pianoforte

Dussek-Corri / Dussek: Duos For Harp And Piano Forte

Etcetera - KTC 1436
Wykonawcy
Richard Egarr, piano forte
Masumi Nagasawa, single action harp
Dussek:
Duo Concertants pour Harpe et le Piano Forte op.73 dédié ŕ son Ami Naderman F major (1811)
Duettino for the harp and piano, composed & dedicated to Miss Purling Monzani (1802)
Duetto for the Harp & Piano Forte op.26 F major (1794)
Duo Concertants pour Harpe et le Piano Forte op.72 dédié ŕ Madame la Comtesse De Canisy E flat major

Dussek-Corri:
Introduction and Waltz for the Harp and Piano Forte
Dussek was a compositional pioneer, but also (like all the great composers) was willing and able to cater for all audiences and provide brilliant lighter music when necessary. His music for Harp and Piano reflects this extremely clearly. On this CD we have 4 works by Dussek: 2 larger scale works (Op.72 Duo in E-flat, and Op.73 Duo Concertant in F) clearly written to be played during his last years in France with his great harpist colleague François Naderman (who also published the music), an earlier F major Duo Op.26 from 1794 “As Performed at Mr.Salomon’s Concert in Hanover Square” in London, and a lovely 2-movement Duettino in C clearly written with the amateur market in mind. All of this music is superbly crafted. His understanding of the relationship between these two instruments gained through his immense experience is perfect.

It must be said here that the incredible sound mix between the harp and piano in this music can only be truly appreciated by its delivery on excellent instruments from Dussek’s time. The qualities of both the Broadwood piano and the Naderman harp are unbelievably complimentary and stunningly attuned to each other. It is sometimes difficult to determine who is playing what. The Broadwood piano in particular has the ability to play with a gossamer-light sound which allows the harp through without a fight. It can however thunder when needed, a characteristic of these new and exciting pianos from England which appealed so strongly to Haydn and Beethoven.

Zobacz także:

  • KTC 1439
  • CDA 68027
  • CDA 68211
  • ACD 23012