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El Dorado

Harp Recital: Leonardelli, Caroline - MOZETICH, M. / DEBUSSY, C. / TROUNIER, M. / DAMASE, J.-M. / GURIDI, J. (El Dorado)

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Caroline Leonardelli

Soloist

Joel Quarrington

Soloist

Penderecki String Quartet

Chamber

Venue:

The School Sisters of Notre Dame Chapel, Waterdown, Ontario, Canada

Venue

Saint-Jean-Baptiste Cathedral, 96 Empress St., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Venue

Record Label
Cen Classics

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 60:04
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El Dorado

     
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MARJAN MOZETICH

 

Song of Nymphs

 
1 I. Prelude 02:41
2 II. Reflection 04:10
3 III. Ritual 03:27
4 IV. Freedom 05:25
     
 

CLAUDE DEBUSSY

5 

Preludes, Book 1 (arr. for harp)

02:48
     
6 

Children's Corner (arr. for harp)

02:17
     
 

MARCEL TOURNIER

7 

Prelude and Dance, "Feerie"

08:42
     
 

JEAN-MICHEL DAMASE

8 

Sicilienne variee

07:48
     
 

JESUS GURIDI

9 

Viejo Zortzico

06:21
     
 

MARJAN MOZETICH

10 

El Dorado

16:25
 Joel Quarrington Soloist
     
 Caroline Leonardelli Soloist


Caroline Léonardelli’s Juno nominated first solo recording featuring compositions by Juno award winning composer Marjan Mozetich and Caroline’s favourite French composers.  Featuring Joel Quarrington & Penderecki String Quartet on title composition.

 

“Léonardelli displays not only her remarkable musicianship, but also the harp’s various personalities” 

Classical Music Sentinel


“A piquant potpourri of harp music tempered by melancholy expression ... Léonardelli is a skilled musician.” 

Gramophone Magazine


“...exceptionally scintillating performance” 

The WholeNote Magazine


"Léonardelli’s sensitive voicing and phrasing in Songs of Nymphs sets the interpretive standard. … Léonardelli’s tremendous interpretive ability is matched by astonishing engineering and production … It doesn’t get much better than this for solo musicianship or recorded sound.” 

The Music Scene




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