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Wydawnictwo: Etcetera
Seria: Schubert Works for Hands
Nr katalogowy: KTC 1506
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2019
EAN: 8711801015064
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: fortepian
Rodzaj: sonata, fuga

Schubert: Works for Four Hands, Vol. 6

Etcetera - KTC 1506
Jan Vermeulen, piano
Veerle Peeter, piano
Thema aus der Oper Marie von Hérold - Variiert in C Major, D908
Grande Sonate in B flat major, D617
Grande Marche héroique in A minor, D885
Fuge in E minor, D952
Grande Marche funebre in C minor, D859
Allegro moderato und Andante, D968
Jan Vermeulen’s series of twelve CDs of the complete works of Schubert for piano solo was greeted with praise by the Belgian and the international music press. He was named Musician of the Year in Flanders on the occasion of the completion of the cycle in 2010 and also carried off one of the coveted Klara awards; several international music magazines described him at the time as an ideal interpreter of Schubert’s music.

It was only to be expected that a recording of Schubert’s works for piano duet would soon follow. The search for a suitable duet partner did not cause Vermeulen too many headaches: Veerle Peeters has known Jan Vermeulen for some fifteen years, first as a star pupil of his at the Lemmens Institute in Leuven, then as a partner for recitals of music for piano duet, and then as artistic director for all of his Schubert recordings up until the present day.

Veerle Peeters made her name as the founder of the Frescamente ensemble, which swiftly won prizes in the Almere International Chamber Music Competition in the Netherlands and in the Belgian Gouden Vleugels. She confirmed her reputation with an internationally praised CD of the piano works of the early 20th century French woman composer Mel Bonis.

The piano duet is one of the most sensitive and exposed forms of chamber music, as it demands an ideal unity of touch, timing, emotion and interpretation. Vermeulen and Peeters have explored and developed their approach to Schubert over their many years of recording his works. Their love for Schubert’s sublime music has only increased with the passage of time; their ideas for the interpretation of his music have naturally and inevitably grown together and deepened over the same period.

Played on fortepiano J. N. Trondlin

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