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Orientale: Eight Pieces for Piano Due Inspired by the East

Gorb: Yiddish Dances/ Holst: Oriental Suite/McPheel: Balinese Ceremonial Music

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Anthony Goldstone

piano

Caroline Clemmow

piano

Venue:

St John the Baptist Church, Alkborough, North Lincolnshire



Record Label
Divine Art

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 77:24
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Orientale: Eight Pieces for Piano Due Inspired by the East

   
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ADAM GORB

(b. 1958)
 

Yiddish Dances (2003)

14:52  
  piano duet  
1 Khosidl 2:56
2 Terkishe 2:11
3 Doina 1:53
4 Hora 3:35
5 Freylachs 4:14
   
 

CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS

(1835-1921)
6 

Caprice Arabe, Op. 96

7:03
  for two pianos  
 

ALEXANDER PORFIRYEVICH BORODIN

(1833-1887)
7 

In the Steppes of Cengtral Asia

6:25
  piano duet  
 

GUSTAV HOLST

(1874-1934)
 

Beni Mora: Oriental Suite in E minor, Op. 29 No. 1

15:33  
  arr. Nora Day (1891-1985), performing edition by Anthony Goldstone (b. 1944)  
8 First Dance 5:40
9 Second Dance 3:55
10 Finale: 'In the Street of the Ouled Naïls' 5:57
  for two pianos  
 

REINHOLD GLIERE

(1875-1956)
11 

Orientale, Op. 38 No. 17

2:02
  piano duet  
 

COLIN MCPHEE

(1900-1964)
 

Balinese Ceremonial Music

9:27  
12 Pemoengkah 2:41
13 Gambangan 1:56
14 Taboeh teloe 4:50
  for two pianos  
 

JOHN MAYER

(1930-2004)
 

Sangit Alamkara Suite (1988)

16:42  
15 Alaap 3:23
16 Gamakas 2:06
17 Jawab-sawal 2:41
18 Raga-samcara 3:29
19 Gaud mallar taan 5:01
  piano duet  
 

JOSEPH ACHRON

(1886-1943)
  arr. Leopold Auer (1845-1930), arr. Anthony Goldstone (b. 1944)  
20 

Hebrew Melody

5:26
  for two pianos  


Britain’s leading piano duo explore the east from Israel to Siberia, from Persia to Bali.  The influences are diverse. McPhee spent much time in Bali, while John Mayer was in effect one of the founders of the "world music" genre.  Anthony Goldstone has newly arranged Achron’s "Hebrew Melody" for piano duo and prepared a performing edition of Holst’s wonderful "Beni Mora" suite from the transcription made by Holst’s pupil Nora Day.Most of these splendid pieces are recorded here for the first time.

“Divine Art cannot be faulted on generosity or originality.. The artistry of this piano duo is never in doubt … A generous, colourful and provocative collection of pieces with an Oriental theme all very well documented by Anthony Goldstone” 

Rob Barnett

Music Web

“Ravishing sensitivity to mood and atmosphere… beguilingly sensuous."

Julian Haylock

International Piano Magazine

"Ear-tweaking combination of East and West... It’s fun, this - a neat idea, very well executed ... startlingly effective. I really enjoyed this." 

Andrew McGregor

BBC 3 CD Radio Review

“This fine husband-and-wife piano duo plays this colourful programme with a sensitivity to atmosphere that consistently beguiles the senses.”

Julian Haylock

Classic FM Magazine

“Evocative and delightful… a thoroughly enjoyable disc. That it’s also musically elevated, in performances of sweep and sensitivity, and splendidly recorded, is no surprise"

Jonathan Woolf

Music Web

“Their trawling of two-piano music has brought to the surface masterworks that are both entertaining and informative. Seldom have they produced such a fascinating collection as in this, their latest disc, which brings together a set of eight pieces inspired by the east.”

Michael Tumelty
 

The Glasgow Herald



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