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22nd August 2014

Audio reblogged from andrewsung

Tango - Ryuichi Sakamoto / Three(2013)

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Playcount: 670

19th August 2014

Audio reblogged from daniel8056

" Ballade # 1 In G Minor, Op. 23 " By Composer Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin ~ Arthur Rubinstein, Pianist

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Playcount: 869

19th August 2014

Audio reblogged from andrewsung

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Although Nils Frahm has released just one full-length album, a collaboration with cellist Anne Müller and two EPs, he belongs to the most respected artists on the contemporary classical scene. I believe it’s his classical education and training in piano playing since his childhood what differs his composition and way of musical communication from his mostly self-taught contemporaries. Firstly, it was Nahum Brodski – a student of the last scholar of Tchaikovsky, who taught him techniques and the “right” perception of the music. Later came Peter Broderick who became some kind of mentor and director during improvising recording sessions in Grunewald Church which resulted in Frahm’s defining debut, The Bells, one of musicAddicted’s favourite 2009 albums (article in Slovak language).

However, it doesn’t matter how many geniuses moved around him, it was (and had to be) Nils Frahm, who found his own voice; not only in the selected techniques, but also way of composing, arranging and finally, breathing in his unique signature. Luckily, he was more than successful in this task and his blueprint is an obviously personal, intimate relationship with piano and romanticist and emotional feel of his compositions which are advanced in the complexity of sound and technique. While most of his contemporaries bet on sentimentality and lush simplicity, Frahm goes beyond this – his work is dramatic and intricate.

Yet, his second full-length FELT (out on October 10th) finds him moving in new direction – towards minimalism and intentional calm. Unter is placed in the middle of FELT hints the future sound: delicate, inward sound where the rushes of piano’s hammers is one of the strangely warm stirs accompanying Frahm’s playing. The playing itself is surprisingly simple and straightforward with a clear line of melody and its short and simple variance. In spite or maybe because of the melodic ease Unter sounds overly warm and welcoming – it’s a composition for a sincere enjoyment. It seems that FELT will be another jewel toErased Tapes' admirable cont.–classical collection.

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Playcount: 579

13th August 2014

Audio reblogged from Blogthoven

Henry Purcell, Sonata for Trumpet and Strings in D Major, Z. 850, John Wilbraham, trumpet, English Chamber Orchestra, Raymond Leppard, cond.

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Playcount: 2,427

10th August 2014

Audio reblogged from wonmaestro

Dvorak: Cello Concerto in A major, B. 10 (1865)

II. Andante cantabile

Steven Isserlis (Cello)
Daniel Harding (Conductor), Mahler Chamber Orchestra

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Playcount: 363

10th August 2014

Audio reblogged from Blogthoven

Arcangelo Corelli | 'La Follia' 

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Geminiani Keman Arajmanı
15. - 25. Çeşitlemeler

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Playcount: 271

10th August 2014

Audio reblogged from Bohemian

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1. 전설의 피아니스트 박하우스의 마지막 연주 실황을 담은 음반. 1969년 6월 26일과 28일 양일간 오스트리아의 카린시아 여름 음악회에서의 연주 실황으로, 28일 연주도중 쓰러져 7일 후에 세상을 떠난 박하우스의 마지막 연주앨범

Playcount: 241

10th August 2014

Audio reblogged from wonmaestro

Mendelssohn: Song Without Words in D major, Op. 109

Pieter Wispelwey (Cello), Paolo Giacometti (Piano)

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Playcount: 291

10th August 2014

Audio reblogged from wonmaestro

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Cello Concerto in A major, Wq. 172

I. Allegro

Truls Mørk (Cello)

Bernard Labadie(Derection), Les Violons du Roy

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Playcount: 830

10th August 2014

Audio reblogged from wonmaestro

Smetana: Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15

III. Finale. Presto

Trio Wanderer

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Playcount: 474

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