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Rarities of Piano Music at ‘Schloss vor Husum’, Vol. 27 from the 2014 Festival

Danacord Records DACOCD749

Live recording from Husum Rarities of Piano Music Festival 2014
Other performers are Joseph Moog, Luiza Borac, Elie miriam Delaborde, Vincenzo Maltempo, Andrew Zolinsky, Mark Viner & Jorge Luis Prats

Reviews:

Movingly Played

MusicWeb International, John France

“My major discovery on this CD was the only piece by a British composer – Ernest Walker’s heartbreakingly, beautiful Study (not a Prelude as given in the notes) for the left hand alone, op. 47 (1931). Better known for his seminal A History of Music in England, Walker was a composer, organist and pianist. The present work was one of three written for the pianist Paul Wittgenstein who had lost his right arm during the First World War. The Study is deeply felt, largely exploiting the lower registers of the piano and demanding a good legato technique. It is movingly played here by Hiroaki Takenouchi.”

 

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Delius Orchestral Music II

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Catoire/Sherwood: Piano Concertos

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Delius Orchestral Music I

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Cosmos Haptic: Contemporary Piano Music from Japan

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Reflets dans la Glace: Piano Works by Edwin Roxburgh

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