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Piano Recital: Schuch, Herbert - SCHUMANN, R. / HOLLIGER, H. / SCRIABIN, A. / RAVEL, M. / MOZART, W.A. (Nachtstucke)

Piano Recital: Schuch, Herbert - SCHUMANN, R. / HOLLIGER, H. / SCRIABIN, A. / RAVEL, M. / MOZART, W.A. (Nachtstucke)

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release date: November 2011


Artists:

Herbert Schuch

Soloist

Record Label
Oehms Classics

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 65:51
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Piano Recital: Schuch, Herbert - SCHUMANN, R. / HOLLIGER, H. / SCRIABIN, A. / RAVEL, M. / MOZART, W.A. (Nachtstucke)

     
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ROBERT SCHUMANN

 

Nachtstucke, Op. 23

 
1 No. 1. Mehr langsam, oft zuruckhaltend (Trauerzug) 6:11
     
2 No. 2. Markiert und lebhaft (Kuriose Gesellschaft) 4:48
     
3 No. 3. Mit grosser Lebhaftigkeit (Nachtliches Gelage) 3:19
     
4 No. 4. Ad libitum - Einfach (Rundgesang mit Solostimmen) 3:51
     
 

HEINZ HOLLIGER

 

Elis

 
5 I. — 2:01
     
6 II. — 2:47
     
7 III. — 2:41
     
 

ALEXANDER SCRIABIN

8 

Piano Sonata No. 9 in F major, Op. 68, "Black Mass"

9:11
     
 

MAURICE RAVEL

 

Gaspard de la nuit

 
9 I. Ondine 6:45
     
10 II. Le gibet 6:39
     
11 III. Scarbo 9:16
     
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

12 

Adagio in B minor, K. 540

8:22
     
 Herbert Schuch Soloist


Herbert Schuch’s concert programmes are always characterised by a love for dramaturgical detail, with a dash of daring and joy in experimenting. The listeners benefit from a new outlook on well-known works of music and encounter with pieces seldom performed whose coherence is astonishing.

In Maurice Ravel’s “Gaspard de la nuit”, a measure of the virtuoso skills of any pianist, he shows every nuance of his dexterity, but especially his talent for “telling” the music and taking the audience with him into a musical cosmos. In addition to this, his personal understanding of Schumann adds an inner logic to the music that one is rarely allowed to hear.

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