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Frühlingsblüthen

Eschmann: Klaviermusik

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Jeremy Filsell

piano

Venue:

St Silas, Chalk Farm, London


St Pauls School, London



Producer:

Michael Ponder



Engineer:

Michael Ponder



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 76:31
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Frühlingsblüthen

 

JOHANN CARL ESCHMANN

(1826-1882)
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1 

Caprice-Erude, Op. 36

6:45
   
 

aus Poesie-Blumen. Vier Romanzen, Op. 1

 
2 1 Ziemlich langsam 7:41
   
 

aus Frühlingsblüthen. Achte kürzere und leichtere Fantasiestücke, Op. 14

10:34  
3 5 Landschaft 6:25
4 6 Lustiger 2:28
5 7 Nicht schnell 1:41
   
 

aus Was einem so in der Dämmerung einfällt. Zwölf charakteristische Tonbilder, Op. 8

12:20  
6 IV Nachtfalter 1:14
7 V Salon-Etude 3:21
8 XII Epilog 4:11
9 Fortsetzung und Schluss 3:34
   
 

Lyrische Blätter, Op. 15

23:21  
10 1 Nicht zu langsam 7:28
11 2 Einfach kindlich 5:34
12 3 Ziemlich langsam 5:45
13 4 Intermezzo 4:34
   
 

Lyrische Blätter, Op. 12

15:50  
14 1 Nicht schnell 4:16
15 2 Fröhlich 2:09
16 3 Langsam, mit sehr viel Empfindung 3:12
17 4 Nich rasch 6:13
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"...Jeremy Filsell’s magnificent playing finds that elusive halfway-house between authority and natural fluidity, and he makes as convincing a case for this music as we are ever likely to hear. The recording, by Michael Ponder, offers clarity of tone in a resonantly warm environment. Altogether a fine disc."

Martin Anderson - International Piano - 07 August2005

 




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