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Grieg: Holberg Suite/ Poetic Tone-Pictures/from Lyric Pieces

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Katya Apekisheva

piano

Venue:

The Music Room, Champs Hill, Sussex



Producer:

Alexander van Ingen



Engineer:

Alexander van Ingen



Record Label
Quartz

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 79:22
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EDVARD GRIEG

 

Holberg Suite, Op. 40

22:39  
1 Preludium 2:40
2 Sarabanda 3:26
3 Gavotte 3:20
4 Aria 8:35
5 Rigaudon 4:38
   
 

Poetic Tone-Pictures, Op. 3

11:40  
6 Allegro ma non troppo 1:42
7 Allegro cantabile 2:07
8 Con moto 1:51
9 Andante con sentimento 3:34
10 Allegro moderato 1:35
11 Allegro scherzando 0:51
   
 

from Lyric Pieces

45:03  
12 Gade, Op. 57 4:02
13 To spring, Op. 43 3:30
14 The brook, Op. 62 1:34
15 At your feet, Op. 68 3:13
16 Lonely wanderer, Op. 43 2:44
17 Halling, Op. 47 0:50
18 Album leaf, Op. 47 3:33
19 March of the Trolls, Op. 54 3:30
20 Scherzo, Op. 54 3:44
21 Homesickness, Op. 57 5:20
22 Wedding day at Troldhaugen, Op. 65 6:30
23 Vanished days, Op. 57 6:33

Grieg: Piano Music – Katya Apekisheva

‘Let me put my cards on the table and say that Katya Apekisheva is a young pianist who has already achieved artistic greatness. Not even Gilels, in his legendary DG Grieg recital, played more magically or, astonishingly, with greater finesse. How thrilled Irina Zaritskaya,

Apekisheva’s teacher and my much-missed jury colleague, would have been if she had lived to hear the fruit of her work with this profoundly gifted artist. A sonority of beguiling warmth and refinement and a rare poetic empathy quickly make you abandon paper and pencil and listen mesmerised as Apekisheva captures the very essence of Grieg’s genius.’

Bryce Morrison, Gramophone, ‘Editor’s Choice’, September 2008



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