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CARREÑO, T.: Rêverie - Selected Music for Piano

CARREÑO, T.: Rêverie - Selected Music for Piano (Oehler)

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Alexandra Oehler

Soloist

Venue:

Mendelssohn-Saal, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Germany

Venue

Record Label
Grand Piano

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 66:25
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TERESA CARRENO

     
1 

Souvenirs de mon pays, Op. 10

07:14
     
2 

Caprice-Etude No. 1, Op. 4

07:05
     
3 

Priere, Op. 12

03:03
     
4 

Reverie-Impromptu, Op. 3

06:53
     
5 

Marche funebre, Op. 11

06:44
     
6 

Caprice-Etude No. 2, Op. 6

08:35
     
7 

Elegie No. 2: Partie, Op. 18

06:04
     
8 

Elegie No. 6: Plaintes au borde d'une tombe, Op. 22

09:46
     
9 

Une larme, Op. 5

03:19
     
10 

Gottschalk Waltz, Op. 1

07:42
     
 Alexandra Oehler Soloist


The Venezuelan pianist Teresa Carreño was one of the most virtuosic artists of her age. A child prodigy, she won the admiration of Gottschalk and Anton Rubinstein, and gave sold-out concerts throughout America, Europe and Australasia. This selection of piano compositions, the earliest of which was written at the age of nine, reveals exacting technical demands allied to an impressively expressive arsenal, exemplified by the Rêverie-Impromptu and the little-known Caprice-Études. Elements of bel canto infuse Plaintes au bord d’une tombe whilst Mendelssohnian warmth can be savoured in the Elégie

                                             Interpretation *****          Sound ***          Repertoire *****

Carsten Dürer - Piano News magazine - January/February 2014




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