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Piano Recital: Imamine, Yuka - SCHUBERT / RAVEL

Piano Recital: Imamine, Yuka - SCHUBERT / RAVEL

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 1994

Artists:

Yuka Imamine

Soloist

Venue:

Musik-Akademie Basel, Switzerland



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 64:27
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Piano Recital: Imamine, Yuka - SCHUBERT / RAVEL

     
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FRANZ SCHUBERT

1 

4 Impromptus, Op. 142, D. 935

12:48
     
 

Piano Sonata No. 13 in A major, Op. 120, D. 664

 
2 I. Allegro moderato 8:34
     
3 II. Andante 4:49
     
4 III. Allegro 8:03
     
5 

6 German Dances, D. 820

5:46
     
 

MAURICE RAVEL

6 

Menuet sur le nom d'Haydn

2:21
     
7 

Jeux d'eau

5:37
     
8 

Valses nobles et sentimentales (version for piano)

16:29
     
 Yuka Imamine Soloist


It may seem curious to present piano music from Schubert and Ravel on one recording. After all, the Austrian from Lichtenthal near Vienna and the Frenchman from the Pyrenees were born 78 years apart and, more importantly, they belong to different musical worlds. What does Schubert, the impassioned, romantic representative of Viennese Classicism, have in common with the sparkling, lordly impressionist Ravel?
 
What they share to a remarkable degree is the way they both musically transpose their most profound feelings by sublimating them in a frank yet principled manner. Schubert combined naturalness and a brilliant, never-before-seen simplicity with an expressive palette bristling with dramatic energy. Behind his affability is something that can only be suspected but never completely understood. And Ravel? This musical frontier crosser, hovering between two centuries, poised in an equilibrium of shadows, longings and thunderous outbursts, this master of orchestral colors erected a bulwark of irony and glittering esprit between himself and the world. Both Schubert and Ravel gave musical shape to the ambiguity that cannot be expressed through violent gestures.
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