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SIG 349

Saint-Saëns/Goss/Franck - Emmanuel Despax

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

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

Artists:

Northern Sinfonia


Thomas Carroll


Emmanuel Despax

- (piano)

Venue:

Cadogan Hall, Chelsea, London



Producer:

Andrew Keener



Engineer:

Simon Eadon



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 68:54
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CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS

 

Piano Concerto No.2 in G minor, Op.22

 
1 I Andante sostenuto 11:56
2 II Allegro scherzando 6:01
3 III Presto 6:53
   
 

STEPHEN GOSS

 

Piano Concerto

 
4 I Fanfare 4:31
5 II Moto Perpetuo 4:15
6 III Adagio 14:12
7 IV Finale 5:44
   
 

CÉSAR FRANCK

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Variations symphoniques

15:22
  Total Time 68:54      
   
 Emmanuel Despax - (piano)
 Thomas Carroll
   
  Recorded Live on 25th April 2013, and at subsequent sessions on the 26th April and 9th June 2013  


 Emmanuel Despax is a rising star on the UK and international piano scene, who has performed at the Wigmore and Cadogan Halls in London, the Salle Gaveau and Louvre Auditorium in Paris, and with orchestras including the CBSO. His debut concerto recording, with the Orpheus Sinfonia under Thomas Carroll, features the premiere recording of Stephen Goss’s Piano Concerto, inspired by the designs of Thomas Heatherwick (the work’s premiere performance was the first classical concert in which audiences were invited to bring their ipads and tablets, to watch an interactive display designed to accompany the music). The work is accompanied by two similarly expressive and characterful works, Saint-Saëns’ ever-popular Piano Concerto No.2 and Franck’s Variations symphoniques. 

“Welsh composer Stephen Goss draws on a variety of sources for his eminently listenable music. Despite the eclectic nature of his influences, which range from Beethoven’s late piano music to the films of former Python Terry Gilliam, Goss’s musical language comes across as brilliantly integrated.” 

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