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Sonata in D minor Op. Katie Derham presents miniatures by Couperin juxtaposed with Ravel’s homage to the composer, in an unbroken sequence performed by French pianist Alexandre Tharaud.

These are character pieces — Couperin published well over of them between and — grouped in suites called ordres.

Franz Schubert – Schubert Edition Vol. Today Bach’s monumental The Art of Fugue is heard in a performance given at the Benedictine Couperun of Melk, perched high on the cliffs above the river Danube.

Benjamin Britten – The Rape of Lucretia conductor: The performance space, originally named Bechstein Hall, is now known as Wigmore Hall, and has been since els McDonald’s brief — which he has gladly embraced — has been to make it a ‘children’s o [ My fellow listener and I stared in amazement time and time again at this virtuosic performance, marveling as he set and fitted the acoustic pieces seamlessly together, with no borders in the sound production.


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This sensitive, dynamic recording is a joy, and may even constitute a revelation. It is music written for an artist like Tharaud, whose skill enables him to express himself in myriad voices and to bring out the widest range of emotion and sentiment, all the while honoring and respecting eighteenth-century style and manner.

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Les Roseaux

Episode 1 — Baroque Spring. Episode 3 — Baroque Spring. Mail will not be published. In a surprise move, the orchestra announced Wednesday that it is bringing composer and conductor Esa [ Related Content You may also like. Singende Geographie, TWV Host Ari Shapiro speaks with singer and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier about his latest project [ Beethoven — Sonata No.

Director Antony McDonald allows his imagination free rein. Cleveland Orchestra At Alexandre Tharaud pianoWigmore Hall, London, Tue 5 Mar Added, go to My Music to see full list.

Before that, some jewel-like keyboard miniatures of Francois Couperin are juxtaposed with Ravel’s homage to him in an unbroken sequence played by the French pianist, Alexandre Tharaud in the imposing cathedral in Gerona with its magnificent views of Catalonia.


Couperin, François – Les Roseaux – piano

Sorry, this episode is not currently available. Add music you love and enjoy it with My Tracks. These beautiful sonorities ruled the performance and were unlike anything I had ever heard before. A deeply affecting experience that ought to win the opera many new admirers.

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Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. This joyous set of Beethoven’s sonatas takes its place among the very best.

Katie Derham highlights some masterworks of the Baroque as part of Baroque Spring. The pair exhibits a refined style on these illuminating performances. The Future of Opera is Theatre: